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August 29, 2019
Call to Action
Homecoming Potluck and
Hymn Sing - September 14th
Countdown to the Homecoming Pot Luck and Hymn Sing!
Step 1 - Put September 14th on your calendar.
Step 2 - Grab a yellow vote sheet and envelope on Sunday, list your favorite hymn(s) and the amount you bid to have them make the Top Ten. Put the money and the ballot in the envelope and get it in the offering plate or to Bill Ader in the office by the 8th at 10:30.
Step 3 - Decide what yummy thing you want to bring to the Pot Luck. It starts at 6:00 but you may drop your dish off earlier and attend the Saturday evening Table service at 5:00.
Step 4 - During our meal, you’ll have a chance to bid in the Silent Auction for hymns you’d like taken out of the rotation for 6 months ($2 increments) or a full year ($5 increments). You name
the hymn; you make your bid… So peruse those hymnals ahead of time!
Step 5 - Show up that evening with your food, your friends/family, your money, your voice & your good humor! It all benefits the Trinity Food Ministry!
Summer Sunday School/Childcare
Simplified Sunday school continues during the summer months in the North Parish Hall during the 10:30 AM service. No storyteller this Sunday, but childcare will be available.
Sunday school for children Pre-K to 12 stars up on September the 15th
Beginning this fall, September the 15th to be exact, Trinity is starting a Godly Play program for children Kindergarten through 11 years old. Godly Play is a Montessori based Sunday school curriculum where children learn key biblical stories through play, imaginative inquiry, and tactile engagement.
Here's a YouTube link if you want to check it out.
No Bible Study this Sunday at 9:30 AM
Our 9:30 AM Bible study will resume on September the 15th at 9:30 AM in the South Parish Hall.
Serving this Sunday
September 1, 2019
The Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost
Chalice: Darrell Berg
Usher: Tom Kirk
Chalice 1: Barbara Uhlemann
Chalice 2: Steven Forsyth
Crucifer: Cody Burleson
Torches: Kara Henderson, Linda Small
Reader 1: Dean Bradley
Reader 2: Anne Giedinghagen
Intercessor: Ellie Chapman
Healing Minister: Hazel Kirk
Eucharistic Visitor: The Rev. Harry Leip
Ushers: Carol Cradock, Bill Mayhan
Greeter: Fred Hale
Flowers: Jan Parker
Coffee Hour: Fritzi Baker
Offering Counters: Carol Cradock, Bill Mayhan
Monday Bread Pick-Up: Dean Bradley
Bread Bagger: Barb Sopp
Hot Lunch Provider: St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
Hot Lunch Innkeeper: Michael Biggers
Low Church Mode 9-1-19 and 9-8-19
For the next two Sundays, Trinity is going “Low-Church.” This means we won’t have incense or chant. We will resume our Anglo-Catholic ways on the 15th of September.
Messy Church Resumes September the 8th
Our Messy Church service designed especially for young children and their families will resume on September the 8th at 9 AM in the North Parish Hall. All are welcome.
The Parish Office will close at noon on Fridays during the months of June, July, and August.
Sermons from the past eight Sundays are available on our website's sermon page.
Community Game Night is Coming!
Saturday, September 7, immediately following The Table, we will gather in the South Parish Hall for fun and games! All are welcome!
Bring a game and a snack to share. 6 – 8 p.m.
Trinity Food Ministry
This ministry is one of many ups and downs. There is so much tragedy and sorrow that is in this community. Few have gone through their lives without experiencing or witnessing violence or oppression. Yet, through it all, there is laughter and joy. This past Sunday, I found myself at the center as the faire la fête. One of the members who attends the Trinity Art Club (meets every Saturday morning 8:30 – 11:30 am) made a birthday card that many in the neighborhood signed. A song, a speech, and a cake, along with many hugs, all brought off with a small element of surprise! I was amazed and overwhelmed at the outpouring. The love I felt was overwhelming … in a very good way.
I am so thankful for this community of Trinity Church and this neighborhood. I am proud of the relationships that we have built and continue to build. The witness of love is amazing and palpable.
I give thanks for you all.
Be a Treater for Coffee Hour
For those of us who go to the 10:30 service on Sundays, “Coffee Hour” brings a welcome treat and a chance to chat with fellow Trinitarians. How do those treats get there, you may have wondered? There is a roster of folks who commit to buying, bringing and setting up the sweets and savories - whether store-bought or home-made. The cost runs around $25-30 per Sunday and we appreciate the Treaters making this gift to the life of the community.
We’d love to have a few more people on that roster - perhaps a pair of you might team up to cover a Sunday. Here’s a link explaining how it works, if more information would help you decide. And for those of you who just like to bake from time to time, please know that your offering of cake or cookies will be most welcome - no need to let anyone know, just put your treat on the table in the hallway outside Fr. Jon’s office before 10:30.
Questions? Want to sign up? Contact Adrienne at email@example.com or 314-805-8254.
Our next Book Group will meet on Saturday, Sept 21 at 7pm at the home of Hazel and Tom Kirk at 16 Schultz Rd. We will be discussing “Unsheltered" by Barbara Kingsolver. The book is the story of two families who live in the same house two centuries apart “with history as their tantalizing canvas these characters paint a startlingly relevant portrait of life in precarious times, when the foundations of the past have failed to prepare us for the future."
Film & Fellowship
Everyone is welcome to join “Film and Fellowship” to share food, friendship and film discussions. Our first meeting will be held on September 10th in the North Parish Hall beginning with a shared meal at 6:30. Bring food to share (appetizer, salad, casserole or dessert). We will discuss films we saw and enjoyed over the summer. We will also discuss how our meetings will be organized over the following months.
For questions, please contact Kathy van Bakergem or Ron Tompkins.
From our Holy Ground Collaborative Neighbors
Central Reform Congregation invites us to their Music in the Garden series this Summer. Bring your lawn chair, snacks to share and non-alcoholic beverages. Beginning at 6:30 –
September 1 - Rabbi James Stone Goodman & guests
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Invite a Friend to The Table at Trinity!
Come to The Table and bring a friend. The Table at Trinity is our new Saturday night service at 5pm. To introduce the new service and help it grow, we ask each of you to attend on a Saturday night and bring a friend who might enjoy this service. The Table is a welcoming, inclusive and informal worship service for those seeking connection and meaning. Thank you in advance for helping to spread the word about The Table at Trinity!
We keep in our prayers those who are ill or in need
Friends and Relatives:
Liam Nayler, Mary Patton's grandson, recovering from surgery.
Finlay Nayler, grandson, diagnosed with cancer.
Pat R., friend of Cathy Tierney, bladder cancer.
Greyson Weather, Betsey Gardner’s grandson, 7 years old recovering from open heart surgery.
Brittany, Carmen, Jennifer, Darolyn, Elizabeth, Katherine, Mecca and the women of the county jail meditation fellowship, friends of Mary Taylor
Birthdays: Carol Cradock, Lawrence Holmes, Helen Hendry
For the Clergy of the Diocese: The Rev. Teresa Danieley, the Rev. Jan O'Neil
Serving in the Military: Maj. John Worland, serving at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama