January 2018

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J a n u a r y 2018


Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

I n si de This E dit ion From the Co-Rectors 2 2018 Bible Verse 3 Congratulations Kate! 3 Vestry Nominees 3 WCFN 4 Epiphany Service 4 Adult Study at WCFN 4 Children + Youth 5 Events Calendar 6 Health Ministry News 8 Newcomer Appreciation 8 Visit the Holy Land 9 Stewardship Update 9 Parish Life 10 Birthdays & Anniversaries 11 Annual Meeting 12

“Be still, and know that I am God.”

The Women’s Retreat March 9 - 11, 2018 Canterbury Retreat & Conference Center, Oveido, FL REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN ON


Theme: “Be still and know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:10)

Featured Speaker: The Rev. Beth Pessah: Priest, wife, mother and lover of story telling. Beth lives in Ormond Beach with her husband (The Rev. Steve Pessah) and their two sons.

Be still...

In a world that seems to grow continually busier, the idea being still can seem like an impossible task. Maybe despite the endless todo list we can find ways, in our hearts and souls to do just that. During our time together we will explore physical and spiritual stillness and how to find our own sense of calm, to which God calls us. Our theme sessions and workshops will give us tools to find our inner calm in the midst of a busy world. Along with the workshops, there will be times of fellowship and worship with music led by Clare Toy.

...and know that I am


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Healing Every year around January 1, people start making resolutions, grand plans and promises about all the great things they want to do during the year. Usually a few weeks into the year, they realize they haven’t done anything different at all. Disappointment sets in. Frustration takes over. All the plans and promises crumble. This year, let’s take a different approach. A few years ago, Pastor Mike Ashcraft wrote a book called My One Word. Instead of long lists of resolutions, he suggests we choose just one word to focus on for the whole year. The idea is to choose one word that represents what you most hope God will do in you during the year.

For 2018, “healing” will be the lens through which we look at every aspect of parish life. Healing is already a key part of who we are as a church. The clergy and people of Holy Trinity regularly pray for healing. There is a healing service with Holy Eucharist every week on Wednesday at 10:30am. On the first Wednesday of the month Fr. Steve offers a time of intercessory prayer and teaching on healing from 9:15am to 10:15am. There is also prayer for healing offered during Holy Communion at the 9 o’clock service every Sunday at the healing altar in the back of the church. Prayer for healing is also part of our Wednesday 5:30 evening worship.

The Daughters of the King offer intercessory prayer. Grief support and spiritual direction are available through trained lay persons and clergy. Regular hospital and nursing home visitation brings healing to many. The Prayer Shawl Ministry literally wraps persons who are sick in prayer. As we experience God’s healing, it will change the Everyone’s Counseling Center brings healing to those condition of our hearts. It will also impact the qualities suffering in mind and spirit. Our Health Ministry Team of the fruit that grows in our parish life. Our joy will be fosters opportunities for teaching and cooperation with deeper. Our kindness will be more genuine. Our generosity clergy, physicians, nurses, counselors and psychologists will reach farther. Our faith will be more confident. Change who have discovered in the Divine Being the source of is possible, but focus is required. wholeness. As we receive healing we will become healthier. Here are We believe healing the whole person to be an essential five indicators of a healthy church: part of the teaching and practice of our Lord Jesus Christ. When we reach out to others with healing prayer we • Healthy churches relate as a family of brothers and believe that we can be instruments of God’s Healing Power sisters in Christ for those sick in body, mind or spirit. This involves the • Healthy churches have a clear sense of who they are in humble realization of our own spiritual nature so that by Christ God’s presence and power, we can enter into contact with • In healthy churches, every member is involved in deeper sources of life and obtain new health and strength ministry for body as well as for the mind and spirit. The word that we have chosen for our Holy Trinity Parish family to focus on this year is “Healing”. Our hope and prayer for 2018 is that God will do great healing in our parish family.

• Healthy churches focus on mission that begins in the neighborhood and goes global • Healthy churches are willing to go where Jesus leads. Our “one word” focus on healing has led us to choose Jeremiah 17:14 as our Bible verse for the year in 2018: Heal me, Lord, and I will be healed; save me and I will be saved, for you are the one I praise. Jeremiah 17:14 (NIV) 2


In order to be effective instruments of God’s healing, we need to receive the healing that God wants to give us for our own lives, individually and as a parish family. We invite you to join us on a healing journey of prayer, study and action in 2018.

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

Bible Verse for 2018 Heal me, Lord, and I will be healed; save me and I will be saved, for you are the one I praise. Jeremiah 17:14 (NIV)



On Sunday, December 10 at the 9:00am service we recognized Kate Crawley for her recent accomplishment of completing the training to become a Master Acolyte.

Job well done, Kate!


Mike Crews

Linda Edwards

Kevin Bartczak Kevin Arter

Marcia Meskiel-Macy

Ted Peters

Pete Soloway

Mary B Stallard

The Annual Meeting is Sunday, January 21 at 10:15am in the church. 3



Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church



Prayer Service


Trinity Ringers Bell Choir Rehearsal


Buffet Dinner - Upcoming Menus: • January 10: Enchiladas, salad & dessert • January 17: Roasted chicken, salad, & dessert • January 24: Chili with corn bread , salad & dessert • January 31: Pizza, salad & dessert

6:15-7:45p 6:30-7:45p

Check the Calendar (p. 6/7) for locations


Frolic Nursery Care Treasure Kids Club, Youth Group, Family Choir Adult Bible Study (SEE BELOW)

Epiphany Service

Saturday, January 6th at 5:00pm Join us for a special service to celebrate the Epiphany of our Lord Jesus Christ on Saturday, January 6th at 5:00pm in the church.

Adult Study on Wednesdays at WCFN: 4 weeks beginning January 10, Presented by Fr. Steve, Rev. Pam and Rev. Meghan

“Too Busy NOT to Pray: Slow Down to Be with God” “During our first four months of WCFN I have particularly enjoyed our brief evening worship. Spending a few extra minutes in concentrated prayer each week has had a big impact on my life. I’ve learned that I am simply too busy not to pray.” — Rev. Pam Join us for this four week series as we discover that even in the midst of our hectic, overscheduled and overwhelmed lives we can all become people who talk to and listen to God. “You can become a person of prayer… You don’t have to be better or be stronger or be anything, anyone, other than who you are right now, today… All you have to do is decide.” — Pastor Bill Hybels 4


will resume as a part of Whole Church Family Night on Wednesday, January 10. Join us for dinner at 6:00pm and TKC music and Bible class at 6:30pm!

VBS 2018! Save the date!

June 18-22!


for children age 3 - grade 6 will resume after Christmas break on January 7 at 10:30am in Pearson Hall!

Camp Wingmann Winter Camp JANUARY 5 - 7, 2018 Middle and High School students are invited to this renewal weekend at Camp Wingmann. Come relive the fun of summer camp, reconnect with camp friends, and get a spiritual boost before heading into the new school semester! Cost $95, Registration Deadline is December 31. Register at:

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

MORE YOUTH NEWS: From KC! Youth Sunday School will resume Sunday, January 7 in Lewis Hall after the 9am worship service. We will begin a new study called Groove, Inside Out, where we’ll take a scripture look at how God sees his people. Youth Group will resume as a part of Whole Church Family Night on Wednesday, January 10. Join us for dinner at 6:00pm, and the program to follow at 6:30pm.


Holy Trinity Events Calendar - January 2018 Sunday

Monday 1



Church Office Closed

Tuesday 2 Co-Rectors’ Day Off 9:30a - Flower Arranging

are due to the Church Office by January 4!

11:00a - Coloring the Scriptures (LH)


7:30a - Holy Eucharist Rite I 8:15a-12:45p - BP Screenings (Narthex) 9:00a - Holy Eucharist Rite II 9:15a - Children’s Chapel (Nursery) 10:30a - Adult Sunday School (PH) 10:30a - Sunday School (Pearson) 10:30a - Youth Group (LH)

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



16 Co-Rectors’ Day Off

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

10:00a - Daughters of the King (LH) 11:00a - Coloring the Scriptures (LH)

2:00p - Exercise Class (LH)

12:15p - Keenagers (PH)



2:00p - Exercise Class (LH)

9 Co-Rectors’ Day Off 10:00a - St. Catherine’s Guild (LH) 11:00a - Coloring the Scriptures (LH)

6:00p - Yoga for Health (LH)

6:00p - Yoga for Health (LH)


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 - Annual Meeting (Church) 10:15a - Activities for Kids (Gym) 10:30a - Youth Group (LH) 11:15a - Holy Eucharist Rite I

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



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

9:30a - Flower Arranging





7:00a - Holy Eucharist (Church) 9:15a - Small Group Healing Prayer (Church) 10:00a - Linen Guild (LH) 10:30a - Holy Eucharist / Healing (Church) 11:30a - Bible Study (LH)

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

2:00p - Exercise Class (LH)

23 Co-Rectors’ Day Off 10:00a - Prayer Shawl Ministry (LH) 11:00a - Coloring the Scriptures (LH)

6:00p - Yoga for Health (LH)

2:00p - Exercise Class (LH) 6:00p - Yoga for Health (LH)

30 Co-Rectors’ Day Off 11:00a - Coloring the Scriptures (LH)



Youth Winter Camp (Camp Wingmann thru 1/7) 11

7:00a - Holy Eucharist (Church) 9:30a - Staff Meeting 10:30a - HE / Healing (Church) 11:30a - Bible Study (LH) 5:00p - Trinity Ringers (LWR) 5:30p - Prayer Service (Church) 5:30p - Finance Meeting (LH) 5:45p - Buffet Dinner (PH) 6:30p - Choir Practice (LWR), Treasure Kids Club (Pearson), 6:30p - Vestry Meeting (LH) Youth Group (LH) 6:45p - Adult Bible Study (PH) 17



7:00a - Holy Eucharist (Church) 9:30a - Staff Meeting 10:30a - HE / Healing (Church) 11:30a - Bible Study (LH) 11:00a - St. Margaret’s Guild (PH) 2:30p - Coloring the Psalms (TTS) 5:00p - Trinity Ringers (LWR) 5:30p - Prayer Service (Church) 6:00p - Health Ministry Team (LH) 5:45p - Buffet Dinner (PH) 6:30p - Choir Practice (LWR), Treasure Kids Club (Pearson), Youth Group (LH) 6:45p - Adult Bible Study (PH) 24



7:00a - Holy Eucharist (Church) 9:30a - Staff Meeting 10:30a - HE / Healing (Church) 11:30a - Bible Study (LH) 5:00p - Trinity Ringers (LWR) 5:30p - Prayer Service (Church) 5:45p - Buffet Dinner (PH) 6:30p - Choir Practice (LWR), Treasure Kids Club (Pearson), Youth Group (LH) 6:45p - Adult Bible Study (PH) 31

Friday 5 Assistant Rector’s Day Off

5:00p - Trinity Ringers (LWR) 6:30p - Family Choir (LWR)


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


12 Assistant Rector’s Day Off

Saturday 6


3:30p - Accidental Grace Practice 4:30– 6:30p - BP Screenings (Narthex) 5:00p - EPIPHANY SERVICE 13

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

19 Assistant Rector’s Day Off


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

26 NEWSLETTER FOLDING Assistant Rector’s Day Off


9:00a - Newsletter Group (LH)

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


7:00a - Holy Eucharist (Church) 10:30a - HE / Healing (Church) 5:00p - Trinity Ringers (LWR) 5:30p - Prayer Service (Church) 5:45p - Buffet Dinner (PH) 6:30p - Choir Practice (LWR), Treasure Kids Club (Pearson), Youth Group (LH) 6:45p - Adult Bible Study (PH)

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




Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

Travel to the Holy Land with Fr. Steve and Rev. Pam!

Health Ministry News, by Rev. Vicky Collins “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” – Jeremiah 29:11 Happy New Year! Your Health Ministry Team encourages you to avoid all those dramatic and demanding “lifestyle changes” that we are encouraged to make in this time of year.

Stewardship Intentions to Date: FOR 2018 (as of 12/19/2017) 256 pledges to God’s Glory 29 new pledges 67 increased pledges Total Pledged so far: $518,380 COMPARE TO 2017 TOTALS Number of Pledges: 279 If you have Total Pledged: $530,360

not yet pledged, please prayerfully consider doing so. Make Holy Trinity your first priority in your charitable giving.

Newcomer Appreciation Weekend Saturday & Sunday, February 24 & 25 We will recognize newcomers to Holy Trinity during all church services on the weekend of February 24 & 25. 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 after the 9:00am service for a reception in our newcomers’ honor in the Parish Hall. Please join us! 8

You may pledge online at



• Ask one of the clergy or a spiritual director to assist you in drawing up a Rule of Life that will give you the opportunity to establish a balance of worship, study, prayer and activity that will help you to grow in knowledge and spiritual growth. Your Rule can be reviewed and amended as often as needed, as God honors and directs you. • Give priority to common worship and learning opportunities in our area. You will benefit from sharing the experience and insights of fellow Christians. We are called to be in community. • Be intentional and disciplined in your personal devotions, and support others in their spiritual journey • Make yourself accountable to at least one other person; this will help you “stay on track” and make progress toward your personal goal of wellness.

Thank you! _______________________________________________________________


Please call 321-727-2797.

In celebration of:

• Establish healthy eating habits, but avoid “fad diets”, expensive “programs” or food sthat you have to force yourself to eat • Avoid “miracle drugs” and multiple “supplements”. Ask your doctor to advise you on adding any medications • Join an exercise group, yoga group or any type of movement group sponsored by a gym or fitness facility; consider walking or water aerobics, for example • Buy a basic piece of exercise equipment: stationary bike, rowing machine, etc. if you would prefer to exercise at home. Check “Play it Again Sports” for used equipment

All donations support our local outreach programs

In memory of:


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

(Circle one) In thanksgiving for:

• Learn something new every day • Exercise your mind by solving a puzzle, completing a project, or creating something artistic or decorative

Please bring in clothing and small items.

Phone:________________________ Sunday date requested: _____________


We invite you to join us on a trip to the Holy Land, April 17-26, 2018. A journey following the footsteps of Jesus will change the way we read the Bible. Our itinerary will include: Galilee, Cana, Nazareth, Jericho, Mount of Olives, Jerusalem, Bethlehem, and more. The all-inclusive price is $3646 per person, double occupancy or $4244, single occupancy. For more information, pick up a brochure at church, or speak with Rev. Pam or Fr. Steve.

Given by: ______________________________________

Here are some suggestions:

April 17 - 28, 2018

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.


Serving the community since 1956

Altar Flowers

Instead, we have the opportunity to work prayerfully with God’s help to do those things which will improve our stewardship of our minds, bodies and spirits. Set aside the potentially discouraging exercise of making “RESOLUTIONS” and instead opt for making a Covenant with God to honor His good will for your life in the coming year. We’ll call it:

Holy Trinity Thrift Shop


Parish Life Small Group Healing Prayer

will meet on Wednesday, JANUARY 3 at 9:15am in the Historic Chapel. You are invited to come and join in praying for healing for yourself or someone you love. We gather. We share prayer concerns. Fr. Steve prays and the group prays for one another. If there is time after the prayer, then Fr. Steve presents a brief teaching on healing from the Bible.

Rev. Pam’s Bible Study continues on Mondays at 11:00am in Lewis Hall. They are studying 1 Kings, and all are invited to attend! Questions? Just ask Rev. Pam. Fr. Steve’s Bible Study continues on Wednesdays at 11:30am in Lewis Hall. They are studying 1 Maccabees. All are invited to attend! Questions? Ask Fr. Steve.

Movement Class continues to have

fun while getting fit! Won’t you join us? Mondays at 2:00pm in Lewis Hall. The cost is $3. Take a sample class for free!

Yoga for Health continues to meet

on Mondays at 6:00-7:15pm in Lewis Hall. This is a traditional Hatha Yoga program to strengthen the body and mind for service to the Lord. Suggested donation: $5. For info and to sign up, call the office: 723-5272.

Adult Sunday School will resume

their study of Matthew on January 7 after the 9:00am service in the Parish Hall. Questions? Call Jack Bottomley at 321-6225649.

Prayer Shawl Ministry will meet

on Tuesday, January 23 at 10:00am in Lewis Hall. If you don’t know how to knit or crochet, we’ll be happy to show you how! Please join us!

Recent Newcomers: Holy Trinity would like to welcome our recent newcomers: Carrie Baldwin, Pam Davis, William and Stacy Purdy, Richard and Lynn Maier, James Stark, and Don Stephenson. 10

Daughters of the King will meet on Tuesday, January 16 at 10:00am in Lewis Hall. If interested, please contact Dinah Beverley at 321-724-2879.

Your Annual Reports are due to Patti in the church office by THURSDAY, JANUARY 4. Please e-mail them to [email protected] holytrinitymelbourne.org. Thanks!

Keenagers will meet on Tuesday,

Bible Verse for 2018:

Heal me, Lord, and I will be healed; save me and I will be saved, for you are the one I praise. Jeremiah 17:14

Coloring the Scriptures

continues on Tuesdays at 11:00am in Lewis Hall. Did you know that coloring relieves stress? We will open with a brief devotion, and prayer requests will be offered at the Linen Group will meet on Wednesday, close. All materials as well as a snack will January 3 at 10:0am in Lewis Hall. Call Janet be provided, but participants are welcome Autio with questions: 321-266-0266. to bring their own coloring materials. Questions? Contact Rev. Meghan. St. Margaret’s Guild: Make it your New Year’s resolution to come to St. The Annual Parish Meeting will be Margaret’s Guild on January 18th at 11 am held in the church immediately following in Lewis Hall for another innovative and the 9:00am service on Sunday, January 21, fun potluck luncheon. The theme for this 2018. New Vestry members will be elected month is: Hangover food. What you say?!!!! and the Annual Report will be presented. No hangover? Don’t drink? Maybe you are See page 3 for our Vestry nominees. just hungover from the excitement of the holidays. So bring a favorite dish to share The 49th Annual Convention of the and spend some time with some great Diocese of Central Florida will be held on ladies. If you have any questions, please January 27 and 28, 2018. Pat & Rich Franck, call Barbara Dillery at 676-2062. We have Dean Wesenberg and Linda Edwards will be some great plans for 2018. Come and join attending. us! You will be glad you did.

Attention Ministry Heads:

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

Newsletter Folders Needed!

Our dedicated team of newsletter folders is in need of some extra helping hands. They will meet on Friday, January 26 at 9:00am in Lewis Hall. Breakfast goodies will be served! Questions? Call the office (321-7235272). The Thrift Shop has many openings for volunteers, along with a need someone to check and price electronics. If you can help, contact Betty Shanks at 728-2703.

January 16 at 12:15pm for our luncheon in the Parish Hall. Please bring a dish to share. Newcomers are always welcome. I wish you all a very healthy and Happy New Year! For Send Me, Lord: For help with more information, call Rose Himmenger, meals or transportation from one of your 951-7320. brothers or sisters in Christ, call the church office: 723-5272. You can also call if you St. Catherine’s Guild will meet would like to volunteer for this ministry. Tuesday, January 9 at 10:00am in Lewis Hall. All Women of the Church are invited. Hospital Visits: If you or a loved one Good snacks and friendly faces. Please enters the hospital, please call the church come! Contact Janet Autio (757-9989) with office to let us know so we can place your questions. name on our hospital visitation list.

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 Loren Fox Gil French Steve D. Russell Carey O’Neil Donna Lou Martin Garrett Fidler Alison Pope Heather Dexter Jeanne Hakkila-Wills Marilyn Fuqua Felix Diaz Nancy Huy-Perry Charlotte Dawson Christian Schneider Kathryn White Susie Kilgallin Patrick Love Evelyn Corry Chad Biggin Kathy Gillin Mary Breshears Rudy Lebel Jacquie Lebel Iver Duedall Bonnie Jones Julia Dawson John Hamilton Brynlee Schanck

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

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

January Anniversaries 4 Daniel & Heather Stukonis 5 Keith & Tammi Cummings John & Susan Stockton

Recent Deaths Nancy Trezza Jane Otten Ken Beckman

13 Trey & Elizabeth Huy 14 Matt & Maxi Suchoski 26 Bob & Lois Frye

December 3, 2017 December 7, 2017 December 10, 2017

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

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


Barbara Bayley Madelyn Belt Amy Cain Keith Cain Justin Clermont KC Crawley Eloise Evans Sharon Lester, Cheryl Stephens Patti Loyd Phil Nunez Megan Paauwe Sarah Pierce Humberto Santiago CW Sorrows David Vogeding Carolyn Wilt, RN

7:30am Organist Financial Assistant Substitute Secretary Financial Administrator Accidental Grace Director Children’s Minister Family Choir Director Parish Secretaries Connections Coordinator Youth Minister Children’s Ministry Assistant Accidental Grace Director Facilities Manager 11:15am Worship Leader 9:00 & 11:15am Organist Faith Community Nurse


Faye Bottomley ‘18: Sr. Warden, Personnel Joe Libasci ‘19: Jr. Warden, Chapel Frank Dawson ‘19: Clerk, Children & Families, Website Development Mike Crews: Treasurer, Kitchen/Chapel, HTEA Rectors’ Representative Gail Pearson: Assistant Treasurer Kevin Bartczak ‘18: Thrift Shop, Finance, Chapel Linda Edwards ‘18: Hospitality Alan Smith ‘18: Youth, Finance Tom Stallard ‘18: HTEA Representative Janet Gray ‘19: Prayer, Worship Jeanne Hakkila-Wills ‘19: Demographics - Hospitality Jay Olsson ‘20: Health Ministry John Seybold ‘20: Youth, Demographics - Outreach Roger Teurfs ‘20: Audit Committee Oversight Sunday:


7:30am Holy Eucharist Rite I 9:00am Holy Eucharist Rite II 11:15am Holy Eucharist Rite I

Wednesday: 7:00am Holy Eucharist 10:30am Holy Eucharist & Healing 5:30pm Prayer Service Saturday:

5:00pm Holy Eucharist, Contemporary 11



Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

1830 South Babcock Street • Melbourne, Florida 32901 PHONE: (321) 723-5272 • FAX: (321) 723-6774 www.holytrinitymelbourne.org



Holy Trinity’s 131st


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 21, 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 Thursday, January 4. You can e-mail it to [email protected]