Family Fall Activities

Join us for Fall Fellowship & Fun

Lynne Hartke Presents:  Legacy Story Circle

In this interactive workshop, you will capture your valuable personal and family stories, so those memories are not forgotten and lost. The six sessions will explore different writing techniques to help you find your voice as you create your legacy of words. Each session will include writing prompts to unlock your memories and the opportunity to share your writing with those in the class. No writing experience necessary.

Please bring a pen and notebook and optional computer to record your words. (There are limited electrical outlets in the classroom.) There will be weekly handouts provided in class.

Six weeks: Sept 13, 20, 27, Oct 11, 25, Nov 8. From 6:30 - 8:00 pm. Cost: $75

Promo Code for Trinity Attenders for a $35 Discount: TrinityPeople


About Lynne

Writer and speaker, Lynne Hartke, is the author of Under a Desert Sky: Redefining Hope, Beauty, and Faith in the Hardest Places. Lynne is also a contributing author to nine books with Guideposts and is the creator of Adventure Trackers, an online community for those who like to get outside and experience the beauty of God’s creation.

As a breast cancer survivor, Lynne was named a Voice of Hope with the American Cancer Society in 2018. She has been a story coach with several cancer organizations, helping others share their valuable stories. An avid hiker, Lynne still finds it challenging to keep up with her four grown children and four grandchildren. She is married to Pastor and Mayor Kevin Hartke.

Diane Buchanan Presents: Creating With The Creator

Art teacher, Diane Buchanan, loves to glorify the Greatest Artist in the Universe, the Lord God Himself, through her interactive presentation Creating With The Creator.  In each lesson, grounded in biblical truth, participants will experience basic elements and principles of art, experiment with a variety of mediums, and be introduced to the work of famous artists.  Her multi-generational classes are fun, interactive, and relationship-building.

Diane explores how each person has creativity that can honor God.  

Participants will learn about two famous artists and the lessons gleaned from them about their own creativity.  

Classes are free, but a donation jar for the cost of supplies will be available. Please bring scissors and an eager happy attitude.  

Open to adults, teens, and children 5-14, with a parent.

October 8, 2022 at 10:00-Noon

Register here or in person.  Space is limited so sign up early.