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J a n u a r y 2017

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I n si de This E dit ion From the Co-Rectors Congratulations Kathryn! 2017 Bible Verse Vestry Nominees Prayer Ministry Children + Youth Events Calendar Health Ministry News Epiphany Service Newcomer Appreciation Thrift Shop Stewardship Update Altar Flowers Parish Life Birthdays & Anniversaries Annual Meeting

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The Women’s Retreat March 10 - 12, 2017

Canterbury Retreat & Conference Center, Oveido, FL REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN ON

JANUARY 20

Brochures will be available for registration by mail or online.

Theme: “Rejoice, Pray, Give Thanks” (1 Thessalonians 5: 16 – 18)

Featured Speaker: The Rev. Phyllis Bartle, Rector, St. Jude’s Episcopal Church, Orange City.

What Don’t You Have Time For? Life is busy! There are more and more ‘things’ to do than we have hours to do them. With all the things we have to accomplish each day how in the world do we live out our Christian lives as faithful followers of Jesus? During our time together we will explore ways that the Lord uses to encourage God’s people to rejoice, pray and give thanks at all times and in all situations. We’ll try to figure out how we can make that happen in the midst of our busyness – and maybe in spite of our over-active lives. Along with the workshops, there will be times of fellowship, and worship with music led by Clare Toy.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR! Around this time of year, I hear a lot of people saying to one another, “Happy New Year!” Most of the time, people seem to say it without giving it much thought. But, it seems to me that having a “Happy New Year” is really a spiritual matter. There are three important elements in being happy: purpose, meaning, and hope. Having a sense of purpose is basic to life. It gives us direction. We have goals. We know where we are going. We have something specific to do. Christianity claims that we are all here for a specific purpose – that God has given each of us special work to do. We call it vocation. Some of our vocations are personal – like being a parent or being a spouse. Other vocations are in relation to our community or our church. You might have a vocation as Thrift Shop volunteer or Altar Guild member. Your vocation could be to serve meals to hungry people or to improve the lives of needy children. Your vocation could be the job that you do each day. Whatever our individual vocations may be, God calls each of us to contribute to the goodness of the world around us. We also each have a need to understand the meaning of our lives. Sometimes life seems like a jigsaw puzzle. Do any of you like to do jigsaw puzzles? I’ve never been very

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good at them. In fact, the only way I’ve ever been able to do them at all is to study the picture on the box very carefully. The separate pieces make no sense at all until I figure out the meaning of the whole. A lot of life doesn’t make much sense if we only look at the individual pieces. Christianity offers us a way to put the pieces of our lives together. In Jesus we begin to see the whole picture. We find meaning. Finally, we need hope. The hope we have as Christians is simply that no matter what may happen in our lives, God is with us and for us. The good news is that this hope extends beyond 2016 or 2017. It extends into eternity. The difficulties of 2016 do not have the final word. God does. In the midst of violence, God offers peace. In the midst of death, God offers life. In the midst of darkness, God offers light. None of us knows the details of what 2017 will bring. But we stand at its threshold with confidence because: 1. God has placed each of us here for a special purpose, 2. In Jesus Christ we find meaning, and 3. Our hope rests in God.

Happy New Year!

Purpose: God is the one who saved and called us with a holy calling. This wasn’t based on what we have done, but it was based on his own purpose and grace that he gave us in Christ Jesus before time began. 2 Timothy 1:9

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CONGRATULATIONS

KATHRYN!

On Sunday, December 4 at the 9:00am service we recognized Kathryn Welch for her recent accomplishment of completing the training to become a Master Acolyte.

Job well done, Kathryn!

Bible Verse for 2017 “Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name.” Psalm 103.1 During 2017 we will explore what it means to bless the Lord. How do we bless the Lord through prayer, worship, music, service and study? How do we bless the Lord with our whole lives?

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Meaning:

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.” Proverbs 3:5

Hope: But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. Isaiah 40:31

Nancy Trezza Jeanne Hakilla-Wills

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John Seybold

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Holy Trinity Prayer Ministry Although prayer is offered at the 9:00am service during the Eucharist on Sundays, you may desire an extended time to pray with our Prayer Ministers. If so, you may call the Holy Trinity office at 321-723-5272 to arrange a time to meet with you. Those available to pray with you are committed to confidentiality and have studied healing prayer. They are Ann Lorelle, Janet Gray, Sandy Hillyer and Sandra Bryan. It is their desire to seek the healing gift of Christ in accordance with the Holy Scripture, for it is surely God’s will to heal those who come to Him in prayer. The focus of these Prayer Ministers is on the healing power of Jesus and never their own power. These members of our parish have been called to pray for others for physical, mental, and emotional healing; and so in order to know best how Jesus would have them pray, they have studied with a number of priests whose ministries have focused on healing prayer, inner healing and soaking prayer: Fr. Frances McNutt, the late Rev. Al Durrance, Rev. Nigel Mumford. Some have attended retreats with Rev. Sharon Lewis, Fr. Brennan Manning, Rev. Matt Linn, and others. They have studied the work of Agnes Sanford who in the 1940s reintroduced the concept of healing prayer and published numerous books on healing prayer. These women developed an interest in prayer for generational healing through the Rev. Patricia Smith who authored the book, From Generation to Generation. Some were privileged to study with Rev. Smith as well as Dr. Kenneth McAll of England who wrote Healing the Family Tree. Some were fortunate to attend a retreat with him when he was in N.C. Ann Lorelle studied Prayer Ministry at Francis McNutt’s Christian Healing Center in Jacksonville, Florida, and was a Prayer Minister there for many years. The desire to pray with others for healing led our dear Phyllis Long and Sandra Bryan to study Spiritual Direction and they completed the 3-year Audire Spiritual Director’s Formation Program in 2001. Questions may be directed to any of our Prayer Ministers:

Sandra Bryan: 321-724-5335 Sandy Hillyer: 321-259-3594 Ann Lorelle: 321-7234037 Janet Gray: 321-779-3779

O R E C HIL D N & Y UT H TREASURE KIDS CLUB for children in grades K - 6 will resume meeting on Thursdays at 3:45pm in Pearson Hall on January 12. We look forward to seeing everyone then!

VBS 2017!

SUNDAY SCHOOL

for children age 3 - grade 6 will resume after Christmas break on January 8 at 10:30am in Pearson Hall!

Save the date!

June 12 - 16

Camp Wingmann Winter Camp Middle School and High School Students are invited to this renewal weekend at Camp Wingmann on January 6 - 8, 2017. Come and re-live summer camp, get a mid-year spiritual boost and reconnect with your camp friends. Cost: $95. Registration deadline is January 1. Register at:

www.campwingmann.org or call 863-453-4800

UPCOMING YOUTH EVENTS • Youth Group Social Night will be back on Thursday, January 5 at our normal time: 6:30-8:00pm! • Camp Wingmann is hosting Winter Camp the following weekend, January 6-8. If you did not sign your child up by December 20, you may not get a free t-shirt but they will be accepting late registrations. (see notice above) • Normal Youth Sunday School will continue the following week on Sunday the 15 after the 9:00am service. We will be finishing up our in-depth look at the gospels and start digging into Acts.

Left to right: Sandra Bryan, Sandy Hillyer, Ann Lorelle, Janet Gray 4

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Holy Trinity Events Calendar - January 2017 Sunday NEW YEARS DAY

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7:30a - Holy Eucharist Rite I 9:00a - Holy Eucharist Rite II 9:15a - Children’s Chapel (Nursery) 11:15a - Holy Eucharist Rite I

Monday 2 Church Office Closed

Tuesday 3 Co-Rectors’ Day Off 9:30a - Flower Arranging

Wednesday 4

Thursday 5

7:00a - Holy Eucharist (Chapel) 9:15a - Healing Teaching 10:00a - Linen Guild (LH) 10:30a - HE / Healing (Chapel) 11:30a - Bible Study (LH)

7:30a - Holy Eucharist Rite I 9:00a - Holy Eucharist Rite II 9:15a - Children’s Chapel (Nursery) 10:30a - Sunday School (Pearson) 11:10a - Order of St. Luke (PR) 11:15a - Holy Eucharist Rite I

9:30a - Flower Arranging 11:00a - Bible Study (LH)

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7:30a - Holy Eucharist Rite I 9:00a - Holy Eucharist Rite II 9:15a - Children’s Chapel (Nursery) 10:00a - Holy Eucharist (Buena Vida) 10:15a - Youth Group (LH) 10:30a - Sunday School (Pearson) 11:15a - Holy Eucharist Rite I

9:30a - Flower Arranging 11:00a - Bible Study (LH)

22 ANNUAL MEETING

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7:30a - Holy Eucharist Rite I 9:00a - Holy Eucharist Rite II 9:15a - Children’s Chapel (Nursery) 10:15a - Youth Group (LH) 10:15a - Annual Meeting (Church) 10:15a - Activities for Kids (Gym) 11:10a - Order of St. Luke (PR) 11:15a - Holy Eucharist Rite I (Chapel)

9:30a - Flower Arranging 11:00a - Bible Study (LH)

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7:30a - Holy Eucharist Rite I 9:00a - Holy Eucharist Rite II 9:15a - Children’s Chapel (Nursery) 10:15a - Youth Group (LH) 10:30a - Sunday School (Pearson) 11:15a - Holy Eucharist Rite I (Chapel)

9:30a - Flower Arranging 11:00a - Bible Study (LH)

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2:00p - Exercise Class (LH)

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2:00p - Exercise Class (LH)

10 Co-Rectors’ Day Off 10:00a - St. Catherine’s Guild (LH) 10:30a - Bible Study (TTE) 11:15a - Daily Devotion & Healing Prayer (TTE)

17 Co-Rectors’ Day Off 10:00a - Daughters of the King (LH) 12:15p - Keenagers (PH)

24 Co-Rectors’ Day Off 10:00a - Prayer Shawl Ministry (LH)

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7:00a - Holy Eucharist (Chapel) 10:30a - HE / Healing (Chapel) 11:30a - Bible Study (LH)

9:30a - Staff Meeting

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7:00a - Holy Eucharist (Chapel) 10:30a - HE / Healing (Chapel) 11:30a - Bible Study (LH)

9:30a - Staff Meeting

2:30p - Coloring the Psalms (TTS)

3:45p - Treasure Kids Club (Pearson)

5:30p - Trinity Ringers (LWR) 6:30p - Family Choir (LWR)

6:00p - Health Ministry Team (LH) 6:30p - Youth Social Night (LH)

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7:00a - Holy Eucharist (Chapel) 10:30a - HE / Healing (Chapel) 11:30a - Bible Study (LH)

9:30a - Staff Meeting

3:30p - Accidental Grace Practice 5:00p - Holy Eucharist (Church) 14

3:30p - Accidental Grace Practice 5:00p - Holy Eucharist (Church)

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11:00a - St. Margaret’s Guild (PH)

3:30p - Accidental Grace Practice 5:00p - Holy Eucharist (Church)

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9:00a - Newsletter Group (LH) 3:45p - Treasure Kids Club (Pearson)

5:30p - Trinity Ringers (LWR) 6:30p - Family Choir (LWR)

2:00p - Exercise Class (LH)

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3:45p - Treasure Kids Club (Pearson) 5:30p - Finance Meeting (LH) 6:30p - Vestry Meeting (LH) 6:30p - Youth Social Night (LH)

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2:00p - Exercise Class (LH)

Youth to Winter Camp (Camp Wingmann thru 1/8) 7:00p - Epiphany Service (St. John’s)

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5:30p - Trinity Ringers (LWR) 6:30p - Family Choir (LWR)

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9:30a - Staff Meeting 11:30a - Buildings & Grounds (LH)

6:30p - Youth Social Night (LH)

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Saturday

6 EPIPHANY Assistant Rector’s Day Off

5:30p - Trinity Ringers (LWR) 6:30p - Family Choir (LWR) 8

Friday

31 Co-Rectors’ Day Off

6:30p - Youth Social Night (LH)

GUIDE: (Church) = Main Church (LH) = Lewis Hall (TTS) = Trinity Towers South (TTE) = Trinity Towers East

(Pearson) = Pearson Hall (PH) = Parish Hall (Chapel) = Historic Chapel (FR) = Flower Room (PR) = Prayer Room (Gallery) (LWR) = Lou West Music Room in Pearson Hall

3:30p - Accidental Grace Practice 5:00p - Holy Eucharist (Church)

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Health Ministry News

Holy Trinity Thrift Shop Serving the community since 1956

New Year’s resolution time: Food is a gift from God – and it is good! Food is one of the greatest gifts given to us by God the creator. We often eat so mindlessly and quickly that we forget this. Eating good food is important, our bodies matter to God. Paul writes that our bodies are temples of the of the Holy Spirit. What we put into them matters. In Jesus, God took on the human body, one that required sleep, food and drink. In doing so, God reminds us that our embodied lives are holy. What we eat has an impact on others and on the environment. Most of us are disconnected from the sources of our food... it comes from the grocery store instead of a garden or farm. Eating intentionally means we become aware of the processes that bring food to our table. (How far did our food travel to get to us, were the workers treated ethically in the process, were insecticides or herbicides used, what were the environmental consequences, and what impact do our choices have on the hungry and poor?)

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COMPARE TO 2016 TOTALS Number of Pledges: 252 Total Pledged: $505,330 If you have not yet pledged - please prayerfully consider doing so. Make Holy Trinity your first priority in your charitable giving.

You may pledge online at

www.holytrinitymelbourne.org

In celebration of:

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We will recognize newcomers to Holy Trinity during all church services on the weekend of February 4 & 5. Join us as we take the time to welcome those newcomers who have added so much to the life of Holy Trinity. The entire congregation is invited to join us that Sunday between the 9:00 and 11:15am services for a reception in our newcomers’ honor in the Parish Hall. Please join us!

FOR 2016 (as of 12/14/2016) 251 pledges to God’s Glory 43 new pledges 99 increased pledges Total Pledged so far: $483,783

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Saturday & Sunday, February 4 & 5

Stewardship Intentions to Date:

In memory of:

Newcomer Appreciation Weekend

Thank you!

(Circle one) In thanksgiving for:

Join us at St. John’s Episcopal Church for a service to celebrate the Epiphany of our Lord Jesus Christ on Friday, January 6th at 7:00pm. The address is 610 Young Street, Melbourne, Florida 32935. If you have questions, please call St. John’s at 254-3365.

Please call 321-727-2797.

Phone:________________________ Sunday date requested: _____________

Friday, January 6th at 7:00pm

RELIGIOUS MICE!

Given by: ______________________________________

Epiphany Service

All donations support our local outreach programs

If you wish to place memorial flowers on the altar in the month of January, please fill out this form and return it with your donation to the church office, or you can place it in the offering plate. (Suggested donation: $25) Questions? Contact Kitty McGuire at 723-7637.

Intentional and mindful eating is good for our bodies and our souls. Try this kind of eating... it will make a difference in your overall health. (Credit: www. forwardmovement.org)

We will be happy to pick up any large, unwanted items.

Altar Flowers

How can we approach our food intentionally? First, we need to slow down. We so easily “shove” food into our bodies as we rush from one thing to the next, eating while working, reading, driving, watching TV. Slow down to taste and see food... its color, texture and flavors. SAVOR every BITE! Try turning off all devices while eating. Even when eating alone try being present to your food. Eat with family and friends and enjoy the blessing of others. Give thanks always. Buy local food It’s fresher, usually healthier, and connects us with our community. Grow your own food. If you don’t have space try container gardening. Rent a plot and work with others. It’s fun to see food grow. At the grocery store, shop the outside aisles where less processed foods are displayed, and eat less meat.

Please bring in clothing and small items.

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Parish Life Healing Teaching will meet on

Wednesday, January 4 at 9:15am in the Historic Chapel. They are studying a series of studies authored by Bishop Owen Dowling of the Anglican Church of Australia.

Linen Group will meet on Wednesday, January 4 at 10:0am in Lewis Hall. Call Janet Autio with questions: 321-266-0266.

Bible Verse for 2016:

All scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, so that everyone who belongs to God may be proficient, equipped for every good work. (2 Timothy 3:16-17)

Coloring the Psalms at TTS!

REFLECT • RELAX • REJOICE! Join Rev. Meghan on Wednesday, January 18 at 2:30pm in the Trinity Towers South Dining St. Margaret’s Guild: Our group Room as we color and pray the Psalms. We’ll having coloring, crafts, singing & is expanding! We had 26 ladies at our November meeting and over 30 ladies signed more. All materials provided. for our 60th annual Christmas party! A Rev. Pam’s Bible Study will resume up great time was had by all! Please make it your Bible Study, Daily Devotion on January 9 at 11:00am in Lewis Hall with New Year’s resolution to join us on January their study of the Psalms. Questions? Just ask & Healing Prayer led by The Rev. 19 at 11:00am in Lewis Hall to renew old Rev. Pam. Meghan Farr will be held at Trinity Towers friendships and make some new ones. The themed potluck lunches are a huge success. East on the second Tuesday of each month, Fr. Steve’s Bible Study continues In fact, our theme for January last year was this month: January 10. Bible Study will begin at 10:30am, and will be followed on Wednesdays at 11:30am in Lewis Hall. so much fun that it will be our theme for by Daily Devotion and Healing Prayer at They are studying the Gospel of Luke. All are this January. The theme is: LEFTOVERS less invited to attend! Questions? Ask Fr. Steve. than 3 days old! No leftovers? No worries! It’s 11:15am. okay to bring fresh food or no food. We will Movement Class continues to have hopefully be planning our field trip to Trinity The Annual Parish Meeting will be Church in Vero Beach followed by lunch at held in the church immediately following the fun while getting fit! Won’t you join us? Captain Hiram’s in March. All ladies of the 9:00am service on Sunday, January 22, 2017. Mondays at 2:00pm in Lewis Hall. The cost is church and their friends are invited to attend. New Vestry members will be elected and the $3. Take a sample class for free! If you have any questions, please call Barbara Annual Report will be presented. See page 3 Dillery at 676-2062. for our Vestry nominees. Adult Sunday School will not meet in January, and will begin a new study of the The 48th Annual Convention of the letter of Paul to the Colossians on February 5 Diocese of Central Florida will be held on after the 9:00am service in the Parish Hall. Attention Ministry Heads: Friday, January 27 and Saturday, January 28, Your Annual Reports are due to Patti 2017. Holy Trinity’s lay delegates are Kevin in the church office by WEDNESDAY, Prayer Shawl Ministry will meet on Bartczak, and Pat & Rich Franck. JANUARY 4. Please e-mail them to Tuesday, January 24 at 10:00am in Lewis Hall. [email protected] If you don’t know how to knit or crochet, we’ll Hospital Visits: If you or a loved one Thank you! be happy to show you how! Please join us! enters the hospital, please call the church office to let us know so we can place your Recent Newcomers: Holy name on our hospital visitation list. Keenagers will meet on Tuesday, January Trinity would like to welcome our recent 17 at 12:15pm for our luncheon in the Parish newcomers: Al and Lois Dandrea, Noreen Hall. Please bring a dish to share. Newcomers Thank You Holy Trinity for making Ryan, and Candace & Scott Harris. such a difference in our community. We are always welcome. I wish you all a very brought 45 people to the Henegar Center and Happy New Year! For more Daughters of the King will meet on healthy information, call Rose Himmenger, 951-7320. to see Adalynn Jacobson, Siera Crum and Tuesday, January 17 at 10:00am in Lewis Hall. Jordan Evans in action in the production of If interested, please contact Dinah Beverley “The Christmas Story.” St. Catherine’s Guild will meet at 321-724-2879. Tuesday, January 10 at 9:30am in Lewis Hall. Newsletter Folders Needed! All Women of the Church are invited. Good Parent’s Night Out! Mark your Our dedicated team of newsletter folders is snacks and friendly faces. Please come! calendar for the next Parents’ Night Out on Contact Janet Autio (757-9989) with questions. in need of some extra helping hands. They Saturday, February 18 from 6:00 - 10:00pm. will meet on Friday, January 27 at 9:00am in Lewis Hall. Breakfast goodies will be served! 10

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

Our Mission:

To know Christ and to make Him known.

Our Vision: Every member in ministry.

January Birthdays 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Charlie Jost Wally Norris Kathy Walker Regina Paquette Gil French Steve D. Russell Carey O’Neil Garrett Fidler Alison Pope Heather Dexter Jeanne Hakkila-Wills Felix Diaz Marilyn Fuqua Nancy Huy-Perry Charlotte Dawson Christian Schneider Kathryn White Susie Kilgallin Patrick Love Chad Biggin Evelyn Corry Kathy Gillin Mary Breshears Rudy Lebel Jacquie Lebel Peggy Overton Bonnie Jones Julia Dawson John Hamilton Brynlee Schanck

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Declan Farr Charlie Pierce Oscar Webster Cindy Huy Shannon McCarthy Felix Diaz Bryce Ashline Joanie Grimes Caryl Jahn Guy Fraser Janeen Merrill Kevin Ratzel Richard Warren Margot Reed Margaret White Ingar Byer George Henderson Tom Michalski Hazel Brownett John Hopkins Avalynn Schanck Monica Armstrong Patty Fisher Wisdom Ryan Irene Botto Ebba King Tom Ottesen Cheryl Stephens Lilia Schanck

January Anniversaries 2 3 4 5

Don & Marilyn Matchett Hal & Mary Anne Jury Daniel & Heather Stukonis Mike & Melissa Euziere Keith & Tammi Cummings

Recent Deaths

James Macy Josephine DeVirgilis

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John & Susan Stockton Trey & Elizabeth Huy Matt & Maxi Suchoski Bob & Lois Frye

CLERGY

The Rt. Rev. Gregory O. Brewer The Rev. Stephen Easterday The Rev. Pamela Easterday The Rev. Meghan Farr The Rev. William G. Lewis The Rev. Stacey Westphal The Rev. Vicky Collins

STAFF

Madelyn Belt Amy Cain Keith Cain KC Crawley Eloise Evans Sharon Lester, Cheryl Stephens Patti Loyd Phil Nunez Sarah Pierce Humberto Santiago CW Sorrows David Vogeding Dean Wesenberg Carolyn Wilt, RN Randy Wouters



Financial Assistant Substitute Secretary Financial Administrator Children’s Minister Family Choir Director Parish Secretaries Connections Coordinator Youth Minister Accidental Grace Director Facilities Manager 11:15am Worship Leader Organist Thrift Shop Manager Faith Community Nurse Accidental Grace Director

HOLY TRINITY VESTRY

Faye Bottomley ‘18: Sr. Warden, Personnel, Finance Milt Miller ‘17: Jr. Warden, Building & Grounds, Finance Frank Dawson ‘19: Clerk, Spiritual Outreach Mike Crews: Treasurer, Nourishing Body & Soul Campaign Gail Pearson: Assistant Treasurer Joye Jennings ‘17: Hospitality Jay Olsson ‘17 Ted Peters ‘17: Family Ministry Susan Seybold ‘17: Stewardship, Finance Kevin Bartczak ‘18: Thrift Shop, Finance Alan Smith ‘18: Youth Ministry, Finance, Spiritual Outreach Tom Stallard ‘18: HTEA Trustee, Finance Janet Gray ‘19: Charitable Outreach, Healing Prayer Joe Libasci ‘19: Nourishing Body & Soul Campaign, Spiritual Outreach Sunday:

September 13, 2016 December 2, 2016

Bishop Co-Rector Co-Rector Assist. Rector for Pastoral Care Rector Emeritus Deacon Deacon Emeritus, Retired

Wednesday: Saturday:

WORSHIP SCHEDULE 7:30am 9:00am 11:15am

Holy Eucharist Rite I Holy Eucharist Rite II Holy Eucharist Rite I

7:00am 10:30am

Holy Eucharist Holy Eucharist & Healing

5:00pm

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Holy Trinity’s 130th

ANNUAL MEETING

Once again, this year, Holy Trinity will keep our regular Sunday worship schedule for the Annual Meeting weekend. The meeting will take place at 10:15am on Sunday, January 22, directly following the 9:00am service. The 9:00am service will be a little shorter than usual.

The Sunday schedule will be as follows: 7:30am 9:00am 10:15am 10:15am 11:15am

Holy Eucharist - Rite I Holy Eucharist - Rite II Annual Meeting in the Church Children’s Activities in the Gym Holy Eucharist - Rite I

Ministry Heads: Your annual report is due to the office no later than Wednesday, January 4. You can e-mail it to [email protected]

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