March 15, 2005
"'Today I have made you a fortified city, an iron pillar
and a bronze wall to stand against the whole land-against the kings of Judah,
its officials, its priests and the
people of the land. They will fight against you but will not overcome you, for I
am with you and will rescue you,' declares the Lord." Jeremiah 1:18-19
CAMPUSWIDE FESTIVAL INTRODUCES WORLDWIDE
Everyone is invited to share in a weekend of learning,
reflection, and community featuring theater, food, music, and faith to showcase
the arts and celebrate community service. On April 29-30, the College will host CampusFest@Trinity,
featuring a variety of events: a performance by the Chamber Choir from Central
Valley Christian High School in Visalia, California and various Trinity
ensembles on Friday, and Saturday's activities will include a picnic, an outdoor
world arts fair, a praise and worship
service, and performances of the spring play, "God's Favorite" by Neil Simon. More
information will follow. Check the Web site at http://tcc.trnty.edu/new/ for
CHICAGO WOMEN'S CONFERENCE ENCOURAGES BEAUTY FROM
The Chicago Women's Conference and Trinity Christian College invite you to share in a conference for women,
"Beauty from Ashes," on Saturday, April 30, in the Ozinga Chapel, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Come hear the compelling testimonies of three remarkable women of faith, Carol
Cymbala, Susan Pettrey, and Genelle Guzman-McMillan, all of the Brooklyn
Tabernacle in Brooklyn,
New York. For more information,
or call Trinity at 708.597.3000.
JARS OF CLAY TO PLAY OZINGA
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welcome Jars of Clay, Saturday, May 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the Ozinga Chapel. All
seats are reserved. Advance tickets now available for the price of $18 and $22 each through itickets.com or by
calling Trinity's concert hotline at 708.293.4599. Jars' next album, Redemption Songs, is a 13-track collection
of soulful recordings crafted from ancient hymns and spiritual songs. It will be
released March 22.
NETWORKING EVENT PROVIDES SAFETY NET FOR JOB INTERVIEWS
The Cooper Career
Center invited 20
professionals, including several
alumni, to campus for the Career Networking Event March 10 to help a group of
Trinity students sharpen their job-search skills. For the rest of the story,
check out our Web site at http://tcc.trnty.edu/new/archive/031205/index.html.
PLENTY OF PRAISE AND WORSHIP AT GOSPEL FEST
The Ozinga Chapel had the feel of a Southern tent
revival during Gospel Fest Saturday evening, March 5. Singing groups from local
high schools and communities joined Trinity's gospel choir to deliver a
collection of songs that inspired, uplifted, and energized the audience of more
than 200 people. Read more on the Web site at http://tcc.trnty.edu/new/archive/031005/index.html.
TRINITY SET TO BEGIN FIRST SUMMER SCHOOL SESSION
For the first time in its 46-year history, Trinity Christian College will offer classes during a formal
summer program. The session will last
for six weeks, beginning May 23 and ending July 1. Students may register for
courses in education, mathematics, science, and physical education. Registration
is open to all college students as well as select high school students who have
completed their junior years. Those students also will receive college credit
for passing. Check our Web site at http://tcc.trnty.edu/new/archive/030805/index.html
for more information.
"NATIONAL" EXCITEMENT OVER VENUE
As the snow still falls, the alumni office is planning
for warmer weather. The annual alumni golf outing will be taking on a new course
this year. Mark your calendars for Saturday, June 11 at George Dunne National in
Oak Forest, Illinois. We'll begin with a shot-gun start at
2 p.m. with dinner to follow. Invitations will be mailed out soon. For any
additional information, contact Kelly Triezenberg at 708.239.4854 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
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training has begun, and tickets for the season are already in hand. The alumni
office has your tickets for this year's "Trinity Night" at the Brewers/Cubs
contest in Milwaukee,
Wisconsin. Plan to bring your
family and friends to Miller Park on Wednesday, June 22 for this annual
event. We'll warm up with a pre-game
tailgate party at 4:30 p.m., giveaway some great Trinity prizes and root for our favorite team during the 7:05
p.m. game. Get your tickets for $18 (adults) and $15 (children 11 and younger)
by contacting Kelly Triezenberg at email@example.com or
Adult Studies Coordinator
College is seeking a coordinator to work 30 hours
per week for the Adult Studies program. Responsibilities include answering the
phone, coordinating the day-to-day office functions of the department, advising
adult studies students regarding program information, and compiling and entering data
into the computer system. Excellent oral and written communication skills are
required. Ability to multi-task and computer proficiency is essential. A Bachelor's degree is
Interested candidates for this position should submit
resumes to: Larry Boer, Trinity Christian College, 6601 West College Drive, Palos Heights, IL
60463. Trinity welcomes
a response from diverse candidates.
Read more about these job openings and others on the Web
site at: http://tcc.trnty.edu/jobopenings.
Summer Sports Camps
This summer Trinity Christian College will offer sports camps for four
activities that will emphasize fun and stress fundamentals for children in
grades 3-12. Campers will receive personal instruction from Trinity coaches and
student-athletes that will help them become better players and teammates.
Whether it's hitting the home run, making the big shot, or scoring the winning
goal, Trinity's summer camps will challenge athletes to maximize their
talent. Check our Web site at http://tcc.trnty.edu/athletics/sportscamps/signup.html
to sign up or call the athletics department at
708.239.4779 by Wednesday, June
Drops Two Games At Greenville
The Trolls faced both Greenville College (IL) and
Missouri Baptist University in a Saturday outing at Greenville. The team could
not get a win out of either of those opponents and lost 3-1 to Greenville and 5-2 to
Missouri Baptist. The Trolls are now 0-7 for the season.
Opens Season In St. Louis
The 2005 baseball season opened for the Trolls
with a trip to Harris Stowe State College in St. Louis, MO.
The Trolls competed in three games over the weekend and picked up one victory.
They lost their opener, 5-4, to Harris Stowe, and then split decisions with
Taylor University (IN).
Trolls Put Scare Into
The Trinity Christian men's basketball team made their
first-ever appearance in the NAIA National Basketball Tournament and nearly
pulled off the biggest upset of the first round. The Trolls gave the No.
4-seeded Bulldogs of Concordia (Neb.) (29-5) everything they could handle
before falling 74-69. Read the rest of the story at http://tcc.trnty.edu/athletics/news/archive/31005/index.html
Women's Basketball Stopped By
In the semi-finals of the CCAC tournament the Trolls
struggled at the #2 seed of Cardinal Stritch University (WI). It was one of the
poorest offensive productions by the
team this season as they faced the defensively sound #14 nationally ranked
Cardinal Stritch. The Trolls only put 35 points on the board to Stritch's 73,
thus ending their tournament appearance. The team ended their season with a
record of 14-17.
To read more about this year's athletics teams, visit
the Trolls online at: http://tcc.trnty.edu/athletics
March 19 - Southwest Symphony Orchestra Concert, 8 p.m.
April 15 -
Trinity Jazz Club Concert, 7 p.m.
April 23 -
Southwest Symphony Orchestra Concert, 8 p.m.
April 26 -
OPUS, celebration of student scholarship, 1-7 p.m.
May 5-7 - Spring Play - "God's
Favorite" by Neil Simon
April 30 -
May 14 - Jars of Clay in concert, 7:30
May 21 - Commencement
June 11 - Alumni Golf Outing at George Dunne National,
Oak Forest, IL
June 22 - Trinity night at Brewers/Cubs game in
August 13 - West Michigan Whitecaps game in Grand Rapids, MI
For more information on any of these upcoming events,
please see our Web site at: http://tcc.trnty.edu/new/
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