- Sunday, April 14, 10am – Holy Eucharist – Palm Sunday
- Monday – Friday of Holy Week, 12:00pm – Stations of the Cross
- Tuesday, April 16, Noonday Prayer at Twin Pines CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
- Tuesday, April 16, 6:30pm – Adult Formation in the Undercroft
- Wednesday, April 17, 7:30am – Morning Prayer
- Thursday, April 18, Maundy Thursday 5:30pm – Supper; 7:00pm Service
- Thursday, April 18, 8:00-11:00pm – Silent Prayer and Meditation
- Friday, April 19, 7:00-9:00am – Silent Prayer and Meditation
- Friday, April 19, 7:00pm – Good Friday Service
- Sunday, April 21, 10am – Holy Eucharist – Easter Sunday; Festive Lunch Following Service
Worship Leadership Schedules for Sunday
|Presider||The Rev. Amy Fallon|
|Musicians||Sandy Fleak; Jonathan Vieker; Jocelyn Prendergast|
|Bursars||Cody Pease & Laura Gruber Harden|
Amy’s Office Hours: Monday—10 am-12 noon Truman SUB; Tuesday mornings—volunteer hospital chaplain;Wednesday—1-3 pm Truman SUB; Thursday—1-3 Caffeind Fix. You may also contact the Rev. Amy by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (815-901-3614).
Adult Formation: ends Tuesday, April 23, 6:30 p.m. in the undercroft. Come and learn more about the psalms.
Anti-Racism Training: Calvary Episcopal Church (Columbia) May 3-4, 2019. 14-hour training led by the Dismantling Racism Commission, ground in Biblical scripture, and based on Episcopal Church teaching. Open to all persons who would like to not only deepen their understanding of racism, prejudice, and privilege – but also learn strategies to confront them. Register for free online at www.diocesemo.org/DR. Registration deadline is April 23, 2019 or until 30 places have been filled.
Creativity Classes: Learn new things at Trinity + Bring a friend
First Saturday, 10-noon in the Church Hall. Open to everyone!
Students – $5 per session or $20 for all eight. Non-students – $20 per session of $140 for all 8.
|Apr 6||Basics: sew on a button, iron a shirt, change a tire||Hilda, Krista, Julie|
|May 4||How to get the best photos with you cell phone||Julie|
|Jun 1||What about camping? Learn basic skills||Julie|
|Jul 6||How to shoot safely||Tim|
|Aug 3||Let’s make bread plus practice menu planning||Krista|
|Sep 7||Who wants to learn to knit?||Amy|
|Oct 5||Make a gourmet grilled cheese & learn how to set a table||Krista, Julie|
|Nov 2||Felted acorns & holiday ornaments||Krista|
email@example.com or 660-676-9730 with questions or to sign up.
The Pledge to Care for Creation is part of living as the Jesus Movement. It’s a promise to protect and renew this good Earth and all who call it home. It’s a promise to share our stories, stand with those who are most vulnerable, and live more gently on the Earth.
- During Lent, reflect on the Pledge alone or in a group, with the help of the Reflection Guide
- During Lent, decide on your 3 commitments to be more LOVING, LIBERATING and LIFE-GIVING in relation to Creation
- By Easter Sunday (April 21), take the Pledge, including your specific, personal commitments
- On Earth Day (April 22), the day after Easter, let’s celebrate at least 1,000 pledges
- All year long, keep your specific commitments to be more loving, liberating and life-giving
The pledge and reflection guide are at: https://www.episcopalchurch.org/creation-care/pledge
Food Depot: Food Stretchers: pasta; noodles, rice, beans.
Little Free Food Pantry: Food and sundries that stand up to freezing.
The Liturgy of the Palms
The Liturgy of the Word
The deadline for next week’s WHAT is Noon, Thursday, April 18. Please send items to BOTH Kevin Minch at firstname.lastname@example.org and Natalie Alexander at email@example.com so that any relevant updates may also be included in the bulletin insert. Please be mindful of the deadline when possible. Thanks!