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July 1, 2015

Worship...

Sundays at 9:30 a.m.
and In the Garden at 2:00 p.m.

Summer Worship Schedule with one combined liturgy at 9:30 a.m.
July 5 through labor Day weekend


Visit us online at

www.trinitycolumbus.org

 

Serving this Sunday
July 5, 2015

9:30 a.m.

Presiding & Preaching:

The Rev. Dr. George Glazier

Assisting:

Scott Steiner

Eucharistic Minister:

Susan McKinley

Lector:

Larry Burton

Director of Music/Liturgist:

Kevin N. Wines

Acolyte:

Emily Pucker

Altar Guild:
Rhoda Allen & Andrea Govan

Floral Decorations:

Kent A. Phillips

Usher:

Larry Burton

In the Garden meal by:

St. John's Episcopal Church,

Worthington

 

Sunday's Service bulletin
can be read online at www.trinitycolumbus.org
or it can be downloaded.
Click here.

 

Sunday's lectionary:
Independence Day

Hebrews 11:8-16

Psalm 145:1-9

Matthew 5:43-48

 

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If you have family events to share with us at Trinity please email pictures to Kevin Wines.

 

Trinity is

 

The Vestry & Wardens
of Trinity Church

Sr. Warden:
Patricia Rugola

Jr. Warden:
Joel Norris

Vestry Members:
Mary Gahbauer
Andrea Govan

Scott Hoshor-Johnson
Ken Leslie
Karen Peeler
John Redden
Brad Sturm
Amy Walch
David White

Treasurer:
Bill Forbes

 

To reach any vestry member simply contact the Parish Office. Messages will be forwarded as desired.
info@trinitycolumbus.org

 

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Procter Camp

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

 


Pastoral Notice:

The Rector will be on vacation July 2—July 30.

Please contact the Parish Office with any pastoral concerns, 221-5351. Parish Seminarian Scott Steiner and local Episcopal clergy will be available for pastoral care and emergencies. If no one answers in the Parish Office, please leave a message on the Rector’s voice mail to arrange visitation.

Bishop Michael Curry of the Diocese of North Carolina
will be the next presiding bishop.

details here

Curry

In an 18-minute interview with the Episcopal News Service, Presiding Bishop-elect Michael Curry speaks about his priorities for leadership and administration, the role of the church in engaging God’s mission in the world, the state of race relations in the U.S., the importance of Anglican Communion partnerships, and his commitment to what he calls the Jesus Movement, to go out into the world “to bear witness to the good news of Jesus.” Video here

The 78th General Convention of
The Episcopal Church
continues today in Salt Lake City.
2015

Follow all convention activities at our Diocese's website here.
The Episcopal Church official convention site is here.


July 11th—PIMIL: Partners-in-Ministry-in-Liberia

PIMLCOUNTDOWN TO PIMIL ACTION!
In twelve days: Join sponsors and friends of Partners-in-Ministry-in-Liberia (PIMIL) to celebrate the 10th Anniversary at the 6th Annual International Luncheon and Silent Action.  The time is on Saturday, July 11, 2015 from 12:30-3:30 pm!  The place is at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 700 High Street, Worthington, Ohio.   It is going to be a fun, educational, and a rewarding time for the entire family like last year! 
The theme this year is “Feeding the Mind Body and Soul” (John 21:15).  Activities include the return of last year’s dynamic speaker, by popular request, power point highlights of PIMIL’s achievements, exciting drumming with the “Talking Drum” from Africa, intriguing cultural activities of greeting, songs and stylist head tying, literary work of the children and much more.  The children’s activities include interaction with the “Talking Drum” and charcoal drawing.  The children will connect with the theme through different media of puzzles and brain teasers, kinesthetic movement and prayer.
A “delicious meal” of Lasagna, toss salad and bread, Spinach greens on rice, Jollof rice with mixed vegetables, rice bread, fried plantains and “Ginger Beer (non alcohol) will leave one wanting more!.  Dessert includes the celebratory cake of PIMIL’s 10th Anniversary on the International Cookie and Tea Table.  The cookie table will feature such homemade cookies of Scottish Shortbread, Irish soda bread, French Meringues, Turkish Baklava English Scones & tea cookies, Spanish Churros and much more!  At the cookie table, one will have the opportunity to make a donation toward the Ebola orphans.
The dress code is casual, colorful, African, tropical, Hawaiian!
The cost of International Luncheon is $15 for adults and $5 for children and youth.  PIMIL is supported by the voluntary contributions from sponsors and friends. Proceeds benefit the education of the school children and Ebola orphans.  The goal is to raise $7000!  Therefore your presence is highly appreciated!  If you cannot come but would like to make a donation do so through:
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, 23 E. College Avenue, Westerville, OH 43081
Memo: PIMIL. 
Thank you!
PIMIL operates through St. Matthew’s 501c 3 tax code.  Website: www.pimil.org

St. James to host 12th Annual Iftar on Thursday July 2 at sundown

Each year St. James members and friends prepare a dinner and break Fast with our Muslim neighbors to welcome them and to honor their Holy Month of Ramadan. Worldwide Muslims fast by day for an entire lunar month to purify themselves and to recognize the experience of the hungry poor. In summer, long days and hot temperatures make this even greater a sacrifice. Ramadan culminates with a great festival, but Muslims break their Fast daily at sundown, after prayer. St. James invites our guests to pray (in the Lambourne Room, and we may respectfully observe) and to join in a shared meal so that our guests need not cook while fasting.   This year, we at St. James will again host an Iftar, which has the blessing of our Bishop, and we invite you to join us in this ministry of hospitality.  Please reach out to your Muslim neighbors, co-workers, and friends. Tell them about our St. James Iftar and invite them to come, and arrange to meet them or bring them. Even if they do not come, they will be pleased to be asked, and it is another way we can spread our welcome. You are also invited to participate in one of the following ways: Hosting, Donations, Cooking (a side, dessert, or drinks), Shopping, Set-up (between 4pm and 7pm), Clean-up (after the meal). The only critical things are “halal” meat (if you include meat in a side dish), no pork, and no alcohol or gelatin used in cooking or beverages. Mediterranean Foods at 2647 High St. in Clintonville has the nearest halal butcher. And finally please consider fasting yourself for that day, whether you can join Iftar or not. It brings us closer in this inter-faith event.
Contact and questions: Janet Bailey at janetmbailey@msn.com.

Paula Redden to ride in Pelotonia

Paula will be riding on August 7-9 and asks for your prayers and support.  Donations can be pledged at www.pelotonia.org/paularedden.  100% of donations go to research at the James Cancer Center at The Ohio State University.

Pelotonia


Summer Reading

Stevens BookTrinity Church will host Becca Stevens in November for an exciting and uplifting weekend. Prepare by reading one (or more) of her books. More information and books are available here.
What started as an impossible dream-to build a café that employs women recovering from prostitution and addiction-is helping to fuel an astonishing movement to bring freedom and fair wages to women producers worldwide where tea and trafficking are linked by oppression and the opiate wars.
Becca Stevens started the Thistle Stop Café to empower women survivors. But when she discovered a connection between café workers and tea laborers overseas, she embarked on a global mission called "Shared Trade" to increase the value of women survivors and producers across the globe.

Summer Worship Schedule with one combined liturgy at 9:30 a.m.
July 5 through labor Day weekend


Fund-raiser: Organ Stop Drawknobs - GOING FAST!!

With the recent repairs to the Casavant organ console, all of the drawknobs were replaced. Commonly called "Stops," these are the triggers for all the different sounds created by the instrument. Each is labeled describing the sound or function of each stop. (e.g. "Chimes" pictured here) A complete list of the labels is here, check with Kevin to see which stop are remaining.
We've converted them into keychains and are making them available for purchase, asking $25 each in this fund-raising project. Please contact Kevin Wines to place a request. First-come-first-served for each stop. Key chains will be available for pickup on Sundays.

stop


holey socksBabyPLEASE REMEMBER THOSE IN NEED:

Disposable Diapers are always in demand

Please don't forget our neighbors on the street. Candles, diapers, and 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. All donations are greatly appreciated.

flowersAltar Decoration Memorials
MOST DATES STILL AVAILABLE!

If you would like to place a flower memorial or thanksgiving in the Sunday bulletin, 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.

Summer Worship Schedule with one combined liturgy at 9:30 a.m.
July 5 through labor Day weekend


coffee hourCoffee Hour Hosts are Needed

Please visit the online doodle poll to select the Sunday(s) you would like to host coffee hour following the 9:30 a.m. liturgy.
For those who are hosting Coffee Hours, you should know that a number of items you might needs are available in the unlocked "Coffee Closet” in the Undercroft. If you know of any supplies you would like to have available in the coffee closet to make hosting easier, please tell Karen Peeler and she will see that they are provided. Thanks for Hosting!

Introducing St Peter's Netmakers

Are you interested in knitting, crocheting, crafting, and fellowship? In honor of St Peter, patron saint of netmakers, the Pastoral Care Circle is assembling a casual gathering to "knit" together friends in Christ and in service.
The group would be open to crafters of all types, and even those who just want to come together for pastries and friendship.
If a fun, easygoing group to craft with appeals to you, follow this link to fill out this two-question St S for planning our first gathering, and pass it on to anyone you know, from Trinity or anywhere else. ALL are welcome!
Questions or concerns? Contact Emily Pucker at emilyjane.2004@yahoo.com or 313-515-1982.

THIS WEEK WE REMEMBER IN PRAYER:

We remember all who work for peace around the world, and especially this day we pray for our nation and other international partners discerning war and peace and wisdom in this time of terror and violence. Remembering friends and family members related to this community, we pray for Petty Officer Kristy Sizemore, Cynthia Epler, Matt Schumann, Commander Scott Whaley, Gunnery Sergeant Robert A Griffith Jr., and all who serve our country.
Today we pray for peace throughout the world, especially in Yemen, Syria, Iraq and Iran.
We renew our commitments to serve the neediest and most easily forgotten in our midst and remember all who are homeless and hungry in our city today.  We give thanks for the generous hospitality offered this afternoon at In The Garden, and pray for the Holy Spirit’s abundant grace in our fellowship.
We pray for all who are sick or suffering at this time –Cliff Miller, Jack Wiseman, Bill Form, Jim Hobbins, John Wagner, Dick Oman, Elizabeth Lilly,  Joanne Lynch, Dave Mozano, Pauline Austin, Leelah Acorn, Marie & Keith Duty,  Jan Heston, Frances Bennekamper, Gayle Nash, Jayla Kennedy, Josh McKinney, Sharon Whaley, Hal Duryee,  Bob Park and others whom we name silently or aloud.

TRINITY MINISTRY TEAMS

Altar Guild - Andrea Govan, Vestry Liaison (VL), Rhoda Allen, director—Prepares the altar for Holy Eucharist and maintains the altar and linens.
Buildings & Grounds - John Redden, VL, Alan Sheppard, chair—Oversees the maintenance of the Church facilities, and considers improvements to our interior and exterior space.
Christian Formation - Joel Norris, VL, Rachel Friend, chair—Develops the Christian education programs for adults and youth.
Communications - Scott Hoshor-Johnson, VL
Community Ministries - David White, VL, Karen Peeler, chair—Develops and participates in programs reflecting Trinity's mission to the community.  Works closely with the In the Garden leadership team.
Endowment - Joel Norris, VL, Jeff McNealey, chair
Finance Committee - Patricia Rugola, VL, Bill Forbes, chair
Future Trinity - Joel Norris, VL, Bill Mains & Bill Bronson, Chair—A mission-oriented invitation to our downtown Columbus neighborhood(s).
Leadership Development - Patricia Rugola, VL, Richard Burnett, chair
Parish Life - Scott Hoshor-Johnson, VL, Paula Redden, chair—Plans social activities for the parish throughout the year.
St. Margaret’s Pastoral Care Circle—Andrea Govan, VL, Mary Gahbauer, convener - Offers support for fellow congregation members in time of need.
Personnel - Ken Leslie, VL, Richard Burnett, chair
Stewardship - Brad Sturm, VL, John Redden, chair—Nurtures and develops year 'round giving of time, talent, and treasures of parishioners.
Worship, Music & Arts - Amy Walch, VL, Kevin N. Wines, chair—Participates in structuring worship services and plans special music, concerts, and evening services.
For more information or to join any of these Ministry Teams, please speak to the team coordinators, the Rector, or call the Parish Office 221-5351.

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