|October 9, 2012|
SACRED CARBS @ TRINITY CHURCH
Pasta Dinner for the Columbus Marathon
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Serving this Sunday
Presiding & Preaching:
The Rev. Richard A. Burnett
10:30 Debbie Wiedwald
10:30 Jerry Sellman
Director of Music/Liturgist:
Kevin N. Wines
10:30 Steve Maher
10:30 Emily Pucker
Kent A. Phillips
Coffee Hour Host:
Dale Deubler & Alan Shepard
In the Garden Hosts:
Debbie Wiedwald &
If you have family events to share with us at Trinity please email pictures to Kevin Wines.
Procter Summer Camp info now available. Click the image below.
|THE ALTAR GUILD MINISTRY TEAM prepares the altar for Holy Eucharist and maintains the altar and linens. We are inviting anyone that is interested to talk with our team on Sunday, October 14, 2012, at the South East Corner of the Church at 9:45 AM. Our group is eager to organize a flexible, monthly plan that will be functional and amenable.
We are very grateful to the current team; Emily Pucker, Andrea Govan, Lynn Giljahn, Frank Russell, Chuck Gebhardt, Rhoda Allen, and Bunny Johnson, (219-1517). Please call any of these members if you have any questions. All are welcome! We hope to see you there.
Adult Formation Series Continues Sunday
|Sadly we report that Jodelle Park, long-time Trinity member, died early Tuesday morning. Jodi and her husband Bob were active members of Trinity church for a number of years, with Bob serving as the parish's Financial Administrator. A memorial service is planned for Monday, October 15 in Hilliard. Details will be forthcoming.
Rest eternal grant to her, O Lord;
Apple Picking:Trinity's Annual Apple Picking at Lynd's fruit farm will be held Sunday, October 14 after church. Parishioners will gather following the service and have lunch at Old Bag of Nails, 63 Mill Street Gahanna, OH 43230 and then travel to Lynds located at 9090 Morse Road SW, Pataskala, Ohio 43062. All are welcome to attend! See Jori McDevitt or Emily Pucker if you have any questions.
IN THE GARDEN GROWS
"ORIENTATION TO LEADERSHIP"
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 9:115 a.m.After more than 5 years, IN THE GARDEN, the weekly worship and dinner has grown into a popular and respected part of the programs for the downtown Columbus homeless and minimally-housed individuals. We now serve an average of 120 persons each Sunday afternoon with a delicious, hot home-cooked meal, programs, and worship. Many in the community (led by Sister and Dave with a host of volunteers from the ITG community) have begun to take responsibility for the set-up and clean-up each Sunday, as well as parts of the worship (led by Deacon Deniray Mueller) and organization. We have been blessed by participation from All Saints, St. John's of Worthington, and St. Philip Episcopal churches, as well the Church of the Solid Faith.
Several civic groups take turns providing meals as well; among them are the Chick 4 Christ, the Linda Jones Piano Studio, and the Grove City High School Key Club, The OSU Islamic Student Association brings sack lunches each Sunday for ITG folks to take home for supper, and often stay to help serve as well. Retired lawyer Jane Perry (formerly with the Ohio Public Defenders office) comes monthly to advise our ITG folks on legal matters, especially dealing with state organizations.
IN THE GARDEN has indeed become a thriving community where not only food and worship are shared, but prayers, concerns, successes, and friendships, and certainly ITG has become a reciprocal ministry to those of us who are closely involved. Because ITG is such a large part of the outreach ministry of Trinity Church, and because some have expressed an interest in volunteering, we will hold an "Orientation to Leadership for In The Garden" on Sunday morning, Oct, 28 at 9:15 am in the Undercroft. During this hour we will explain how ITG works, what volunteering involves, and answer questions.
Please plan to join us to learn more about this large and multi-faceted ministry of Trinity Church and how YOU can be a part of it!
PLEASE REMEMBER THOSE IN NEED:
CANDLES - NEW AND USED - ARE ALWAYS IN NEEDPlease don't forget our neighbors on the street. New dry socks are essential for this time of year. We have many weekday requests for snacks and canned self-opening food items as well. Remember to save hotel toiletries from your travels this summer. All donations are greatly appreciated.
Trinity's Third Annual Soup and Stew Cook-off - Oct. 28Got a great soup or stew recipe? Come test its mettle against your fellow parishioners! Join us following the 10:30 service for Trinity's Third Annual Soup and Stew Cook-off. Bring a slow cooker full of your best soup or stew and see how it measures up. Tickets for the tasting and judging are $5, the proceeds of which go to support future Parish Life endeavors. Speak with Jori McDevitt to register your soup or stew offering.
|here, or contact Diane Donato in the Parish Office via email or at 221-5351. A donation of $50 is suggested, but any reasonable amount will be accepted. Only a few dates are spoken for currently. An album of altar decoration has begun online. Click this photo to see more.|
THIS WEEK WE REMEMBER IN PRAYER:We pray for all who are sick or suffering at this time –Connie Wilt, Elijah Todd, Phyllis Gill, Michael McKinley, Zane Burchfield, Bascil Wines, Sr. Priscilla, Bill Warren, John Johnson, Emma Parey, Bob Park, Carrie Stowers, Joanne Giroux, and others whom we name silently or aloud.
We pray for Captain Andrew Saik, Capt. Brian Smith, Marcus Hill, Jordan Sellman, Ted Abad, Private Dan Williamson, Cynthia Epler, Matt Schumann, Commander Scott Whaley, Specialist Michael A. Martin, Gunnery Sergeant Robert A Griffith Jr.
We remember all who work for peace around the world, especially in Nigeria, Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Iran and Israel, Afghanistan, Pakistan and South Sudan.
And we still our hearts and turn our prayers today to the poorest and the most easily forgotten in our midst . . . praying especially for all who will visit Trinity this afternoon and worship at In The Garden, and the many in need of food and lodging. We ask for vision to see the needs of our neighbors, hear the cries of the poor, and respond with courage and with love.
Birthdays: Michael Mannering, Joan Huber, Jamie Massa, Feilly Casey, Sarita Dhiraprasiddhi, Sidra Dhiraprasiddhi, Eleanor Spaine, Wesley Maher.
We remember Jodi Park who died earlier this week.
Altar decorations are given today in memory of the Spencer family: Dixie, Frederick and Patience.
TRINITY MINISTRY TEAMSParish Life - Jori McDevitt, Vestry Liaison (VL), Julie Newhall, chair—Plans social activities for the parish throughout the year.
Stewardship - Darren Meyer, VL—Nurtures and develops year 'round giving of time, talent, and treasures of parishioners.
Buildings & Grounds - Nick Tepe VL, Alan Sheppard, chair—Oversees the maintenance of the Church facilities, organizes periodic "spruce-up days" and considers improvements to our interior and exterior space..
Worship, Music & Arts - Bill Mains, VL, Kevin N. Wines, chair—Participates in structuring worship services and plans special music, concerts, and evening services.
Christian Formation - Joel Norris, VL—Develops the Christian education programs for adults and youth.
Community Ministries - Sharon Whaley, VL, Bill Bronson, chair—Develops and participates in programs reflecting Trinity's mission to the community.
Altar Guild - Susan Crompton, chair —Prepares the altar for Holy Eucharist and maintains the altar and linens.
Pastoral Care - Judy McKissick, VL, Mary Gahbauer, convener - Offers support for fellow congregation members in time of need.
Future Trinity - Mark Lewis VL, Bill Mains, chair - A mission-oriented invitation to our downtown Columbus neighborhood(s)
Personnel - Don Galbraith, VL, Richard Burnett, chair
Leadership Development - Debbie Wiedwald, VL, Richard Burnett, chair
Communications - Nick Tepe, VL, Mark Lewis, chair
Finance Committee - Debbie Wiedwald, VL, Bill Forbes, chair
Endowment - Bill Mains, VL, Jeff McNealey, chair
CONTACT DIANE DONATO FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
AND TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY MINISTRY (614) 221-5351
|Trinity Episcopal Church on Capitol Square
125 East Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 221-5351; fax (614) 221-3716