Trinity Lutheran Church Plans New Polynesian Garden

If you’ve been to Trinity Lutheran Church lately (located at 7210 Lisbon Street, San Diego, CA 92114) perhaps you’ve notice our new and beautiful Rose Garden on the east side of the sanctuary?  Already that beautiful spot has proven to be a popular photo location for weddings and family gatherings.  That spot was made possible by the many donations made by congregational and community members.  And now, Trinity Lutheran Church is starting work on the west side of the sanctuary.

Did you know that more than 30 percent of our congregational members come from San Diego’s Samoan community?  So shouldn’t we who have been blessed with such a diverse congregation demonstrate our love for Christ in that same diversity?  And that is the very idea behind the new Polynesian Garden.  If you have any polynesian plants or fruit trees at home and would like to donate either the plant or a clipping from it, please speak to someone in our church office (619) 262-1089 or stop by and drop it off at the church between the hours of 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.  Currently, we have had several donations of Plumerias, so we have plenty of those, but any other polynesian plant would be appreciated.

If you would like to purchase some plants specifically for our new Polynesian Garden, but don’t know where to start, this web site is a great place to start: http://www.alohatropicals.com/  We would also gladly accept a financial donation towards that effort, with checks make payable to Trinity Lutheran Church, or conversely, you may go to the Church’s website: http://www.tlcsd.org and click on our Paypal Donate button at lower right portion of the main page.

Thank you for supporting Trinity Lutheran Church in the past and thank you for your support in this endeavor, and the endeavors to come in the future.  To God be the glory and all laud and honor to our Savior Jesus Christ… AMEN!

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