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April 18, 2012

Sunday Morning Service Schedule:
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II
10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite II with music

Church school and nursery child care during the 10:30 a.m. liturgy

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Serving this Sunday
April 22, 2012


The Rev. Richard A. Burnett


Bob Saik
Eucharistic Ministers:
8 Mary Gahbauer
10:30 Debbie Wiedwald
8 Bill Case
10:30 Bill Bronson

Sierra Sribanditmongko
Director of Music/Liturgist:
Kevin N. Wines
8 Jack Lake

10:30 Bob Griffith
Altar Guild:
8 Susan & Rich Crompton
10:30 Lynn Giljahn
Altar Decorations:
Kitty Morton Epler

Coffee Hour Host:

Sarah-Grace Heller &
Lucy Myrtle Baith

In the Garden Hosts:

Debbie Wiedwald &
Bill Bronson


Sunday's Service bulletin
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Sunday's lectionary:
Easter 3
Acts 3:12-19
Psalm 4
1 John 3:1-7
Luke 24:36b-48


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Procter Summer Camp info now available. Click the image below.

Procter Camp

You are cordially invited to a Choral Evensong. April 20, 8:00 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Seminary.  The Seminary Choir will sing Haydn’s Mass in B-Flat (Theresienmesse) within the service of Evening Prayer.  Bob Saik (Trinity Church’s seminarian) is a member of the seminary choir.

Trinity Seminary Choir Chamber Orchestra & Soloists:  Shanay Johnson, soprano; Jennifer Whitehead, soprano; Heather Darling, mezzo; Matthew Pittman, tenor; Richard Paul, bass; Carol Ann Bradley, organ; May Schwarz, director.


BREAD, again?  Absolutely!

Social justice doesn’t just happen. It takes work and large numbers of people!  BREAD = People of Faith Building Power to “Do Justice.” 
This year BREAD is tackling more tough social issues—jobs, healthcare and juvenile crime.  You might think that you have a job, have insurance and access to health care, and that your neighborhood is not affected by juvenile crime.  Remember, “justice for all?” 
Plan to attend now.  Bring a carful of people with you!  Come and find out  - and be part of the BREAD solution.

Nehemiah Action will be held at
the Celeste Center at the State Fairgrounds
on Monday, May 7. 

BREAD will tackle jobs, healthcare, and juvenile crime at this critical meeting. Registration begins at 6:15 p.m.

Make a difference! Plan to attend!!




Please 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. All donations are greatly appreciated.





First Congregational Church

Washington Gladden Lecture Series 2012

Creation and Justice

The Rev. Dr. Walter Bruggemann

Sat. & Sun., May 12 & 13


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Restoring lives through Eastertide chocolate:

In the joy of Easter, you can restore lives all over Southern Ohio through supporting ECSF's upcoming Chocolate Fest. All proceeds of this blissful Eastertide event go into community ministry grants to Episcopal churches in this diocese. Here are two recent examples of the many lives restored:
• The man who emerged from poverty through mentoring at Partners in Hope in Troy, and developed the new Hope Blend for a local café, with the proceeds benefitting to the great ministries at Partners in Hope.
• The young mother in Piqua who gave up drugs, turned her life over to Christ, and is now striving to support her children through a legitimate job as a nurse’s aide. Donations to ECSF help the St. James Pantry to provide her family food so she can use her $9/hr wages to meet $600 a month in rent.
Here’s how YOU can restore lives: Make an online contribution to ECSF at Or come to Chocolate Fest April 21 from 2-4 at beautiful Trinity Church at 76 E. Main Street in Newark, Ohio, where the ECW are preparing an awesome party!
For only $10 (order tickets at ECSF’s website or just come) you can taste all of the scrumptious recipes being prepared by holy bakers (most from Central Ohio, go team!), see the great auction items, and have a heavenly time.

Do Good. Eat Chocolate!

The Durufle Requiem will be on the Columbus Symphony/Chorus 'French Feast' program with conductor Jean-Marie Zeitouni, Fri-Sat. May 4-5, Ohio Theater, 8 PM.

Also on the program are Debussy 'Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun', Faure 'Pavane', Chausson 'Poem of Love and the Sea', and Ravel Suite No. 2 from 'Daphnis and Chloe'. Tickets from Columbus Symphony ticket office at 614-228-8600 or web
Ohio Theater pre-concert program talk by Christopher Purdy of WOSA-FM classical radio at 7 PM.

Altar Decoration Memorials

If you would like to place a flower memorial or thanksgiving in the Sunday bulletin, you can now sign up online 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.


We pray for all who are sick or suffering at this time – Chiseko Hamisi, John Johnson, Robert Milbery, Andrew Sapp, Emma Parey, The Rev. Gene MacDowell, Bob & Jodi Park, Carrie Stowers,  Joanne Giroux, Kent Phillips and others whom we name silently or aloud.
We pray for Commander Andrew Saik, Capt. Brian Smith, Jordan Sellman, Ted Abad, Private Dan Williamson, Cynthia Epler, Matt Schumann, Commander Scott Whaley, Specialist Michael A. Martin, Staff Sgt. Robert A Griffith Jr., Mike Lashutka.
We remember all who work for peace around the world, especially in 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:  Lynn Giljahn, B.J. Dickson, Walter Olmstead, Larry Crimmel, Bill Wilt, Caroline Van Deusen.


(Some Vestry Liaisons are still to be named for the new year. Listed here are last year's.)
Parish 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 - Bill Mains, VL - 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

Trinity Episcopal Church on Capitol Square
125 East Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 221-5351; fax (614) 221-3716