- Saturday, February 2, 11am – Memorial Eucharist for Joanne Harwood (Reception Following)
- Sunday, February 3, 10am – Holy Eucharist
- Tuesday, February 5, Noonday Prayer at Twin Pines
- Tuesday, February 5, 6:30pm – Adult Formation
- Wednesday, February 6, 7:30am – Morning Prayer
- Sunday, February 9, 10am – Holy Eucharist
Worship Leadership Schedules for Sunday
|Presider||The Rev. Ray Hartjen|
|Coffee Hour||Krista Baker|
|Bursars||Krista Baker and Gene Croarkin|
Amy’s Office Hours: Beginning January 14th, the following schedule resumes: Monday—10 am-12 noon Truman SUB; Tuesday mornings—volunteer chaplain at hospital; Wednesday—1 – 3 pm Truman; Thursday 1:00 – 3:00—Caffiend. You may also contact the Rev. Amy by email (email@example.com) or phone (815-901-3614).
Souper Bowl Sunday: You may not care who wins the Super Bowl on February 3rd, but you can help the Pantry for Adair County (PAC) win at feeding our needy neighbors. Trinity will collect soup between Sunday January 13th and Sunday February 3rd for the pantry. Place your donations in the lavender tote at the back of the church. Thank you.
Children’s Items Needed: With the growing number of children and families now coming to Trinity, we have need of a high chair or two and booster seats. If you have any of these items or know someone who does, and can donate them to Trinity, please speak to Amy or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bible Study on the Book of Psalms – on Tuesday nights from 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm beginning on January 29 and running until February 26. All are welcome, come when you can, bring a friend!
Diocesan Statement on Gun Storage: This past spring, the Bishop and the Diocesan Council approved this statement on safe gun storage: “The Council of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri implores gun owners to lock and secure weapons against use by children or those suffering from agonizing despair. Please ensure that all guns in your home are locked and secured against use by children or those suffering agonizing despair.”
Seeds! Seeds! Free Seeds! I went a tad bit overboard in my seed-buying this year, and I have many slightly older seeds—still quite viable—available for free. Plant a little more thickly that usual—especially the cucurbits. On Sunday 3 February, I’ll bring them with some small baggies for folks to take some home for planting.
Bush Beans—green, yellow, purple mix;
Cole—mixed multicolor Asian Greens (use ‘em small for salads and stir-fries);
Cucurbit—Zucchini (green, gold, stripey); Summer Squash (yellow and a few pattypan); Cucumbers (pickler/small fresh, and smaller amount of slicer and striped “Armenian”); Winter Squash (small acorn, butternut, kabocha (like a medium-sized orange hubbard);
Lettuce—mixed colors and varieties.
Beets—Boro, Lutz, Bull’s Blood (good red leaves for salad as well); a few Touchstone Gold.
Radish—D’Avignon (French Breakfast); German Giant (Parat); KN-Bravo (purple Korean daikon); Alpine (white Korean daikon).
Food Depot: Canned Soup (no cream soup).
Little Free Food Pantry: Food and sundries that stand up to freezing.
The deadline for next week’s WHAT is Noon, Thursday, February 7. Please send items to BOTH Kevin Minch at email@example.com and Natalie Alexander at firstname.lastname@example.org so that any relevant updates may also be included in the bulletin insert. Please be mindful of the deadline when possible. Thanks!