What’s Happening at Trinity – News for Friday, March 8, 2019

Upcoming Events

  • Sunday, March 10, 10am – Holy Eucharist
  • Sunday, March 10, After Coffee Hour – Bishop’s Committee
  • Tuesday, March 12, Noonday Prayer at Twin Pines CANCELLED THIS WEEK
  • Wednesday, March 13, 7:30am – Morning Prayer
  • Sunday, March 17, 10am – Holy Eucharist
  • Sunday, March 17, 2pm – St. Patrick’s Day Dinner

Worship Leadership Schedules for Sunday

RoleLeader
PresiderThe Rev. Amy Fallon
MusiciansHyun-Joo Kim
AcolyteNatalie Alexander
LectorKevin Minch
PrayersKrista Baker
ChaliceSally West
GreeterKevin Minch
Coffee HourKaren Croarkin
BursarsJonathan Vieker & Laura Gruber Harden

Amy’s Office Hours:  Monday—10 am-12 noonTruman SUB; Tuesday mornings—volunteer hospital chaplain;Wednesday—1-3 pmTruman SUB; Thursday—1-3 Caffeind Fix. You may also contact the Rev. Amy by email (amy.fallon08@gmail.com) or phone (815-901-3614).

Remember Daylight Savings Time:  Daylight savings time change on Sunday, March 10. Move your clocks forward one hour.

Noonday Prayer Still Cancelled – for March 12.  Twin Pines is still not intermingling the population at Twin Pines because of illness.

St. Patrick’s Day Dinner – Sunday, March 17.  Our annual feast of corned beef, cabbage, colcannon (potatoes and kale), carrots, Irish soda bread and desserts is coming up.  We will begin serving at 2 p.m. (or slightly before) on Sunday.  Free will offering.  Bring your friends!

Adult Formation: begins Tuesday, March 19, 6:30 p.m. in the undercroft.  Come and learn more about the psalms.

Morning Prayer: every Wednesday, 7:30 a.m.  Consider adding this simple, short service to your Lenten devotions.

Friend of Trinity: Patricia Munoz, a friend of Trinity who participated faithfully in Noonday Prayer at Twin Pines, died on Tuesday, February 26.  No service was held. She and Joanne Harwood were close friends and fellow members of the residents’ council at Twin Pines.  Patricia was able to attend Joanne’s service because one of the Twin Pines drivers volunteered to bring her on  Saturday, Feb. 2.  She loved the service (and the singing).  Special prayers were offered for her at Morning Prayer on February 27. Rest in peace, Patricia.

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

Cleaning in the room in the parish basement next to the kitchen will begin on Monday, March 18. If you things stored in this room please talk to Krista.

Lent Madness: As we begin a year focused on stewardship, let’s get off to a good start by joining in on some Lent Madness fun and support Trinity at the same time. See details in the church hall. The Golden Halo could be yours!  Completed brackets should be given to Krista this Sunday, Mar 3, or kristab@cableone.net.

Food Depot: Canned vegetables!

Little Free Food Pantry: Food and sundries that stand up to freezing.

Lectionary Readings:

The deadline for next week’s WHAT is Noon, Thursday, March 14.  Please send items to BOTH Kevin Minch at kevin.minch@gmail.com and Natalie Alexander at faymie@gmail.com so that any relevant updates may also be included in the bulletin insert. Please be mindful of the deadline when possible. Thanks!