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Trinity Episcopal Church Trinity Episcopal Church
an inclusive community of faith, strengthened We are .by . .joyful hearts and engaged minds. an inclusive community of faith,
www.trinitykirksville.org www.trinitykirksville.org We are . . . June 17, 2010

! strengthened by joyful hearts What’s Happening At Trinity— and engaged minds. March 15, 2013

Upcoming Events:

Search Process Friday, March 17, 5:30 p.m.— Stations of the Cross As we continue our search for a new vicar, the Bishop’s Committee met to prepare the data input which will be used in the computer match We had a good working session and our results were forwarded to Sunday, March 17, process. 9:45 a.m.— NO Sunday School Canon Dan Smith. We are making good progress! We now have a completed parish profile and a completed Church Deployment Profile. Smith Holy hopes to have names of possible candidates for the Bishop’s Sunday, March 17, Canon 10:00 a.m.— Eucharist Committee to consider by the end of July. Thank you for continuing to use the prayer card with the prayer Sunday, March 17, 11:30to a.m.— Adult us Formation from the Book of Common Prayer help guide through this search time. Extras are still available in the basket at the back of the church. Tuesday, March 19, 1:30 p.m.—Text Study and Eucharist at Twin Pines
Wednesday, March 20, 7:30 a.m.—Morning Prayer First Sunday of the Month Plate Collection The first Sunday collection for July willCross be donated to a yet unnamed charity. You have an Friday, charitable March 22, plate 5:30 p.m.— Stations of the opportunity to help select the recipient! Be thinking about what worthy organization you would like to support and placeSaturday, the nameMarch of that23, organization on a slip of paperat in the plate along with your donation this Sunday, 9:00 a.m.— “Fill the Ford” Hy-Vee July 4. Let’s see who the lucky winner is! Sunday, March 24, 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School Sunday, March 24, 10:00 a.m.—Holy Eucharist—Palm Sunday Dear Friends,

As you may know, the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis is currently hosting an exhibition entitled "Vatican Splendor: A Journey through Faith and Art" which includes artwork, liturgical vestments & other material, as well as other all on March loan from thewill Vatican Rome. For more see week’s WHAT. Stay Holy items, Week starts 24! We have in a complete listing ofinformation services in next http://www.vaticansplendors.com/ . tuned. An informal group from Trinity-Kirksville will be visiting the exhibition on Saturday, July 17. The general plan is nd annual “Fill the Ford” event will be at Hy-Vee, starting at 9:00 a.m. Saturday, March 23. We are Our to meet up at2the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis, see that exhibition, and have a meal together. Since still in need oftickets peoplebe willing to sign up and volunteer work event. Even ifhow you can’t out they recommend that reserved in advance, it wouldto help tothe have a count of manywork would like to front, try to go to the store and participate with your donation! (Maria promises to wash her truck before go. So, if you are interested in going with the group, would you please reply to Julia by e-mail no later than then.) Friday, July 2 at delancey@truman.edu? Of course, if you decide later you'd like to join, I believe individual tickets are available as well and could be bought at a later date.
The sign-up for $17.00 our annual Easter Brunch, Sunday, March 31, is also ID, downstairs. gotten6aTickets are $19.50 forsheet adults, for seniors or college students with college and $13 We’ve for children little bit of a “scouting report” on what a few people are planning to bring, and it already promises to be 12 years of age. (We may be able to receive a $2/ticket discount as a church group, but I need to find out yummy! whether that discount is extended to non-Catholic parishes).

Hope you can join! Julia & Pete
Food Depot Wish List, from Kirsty and Stephanie: The Food Depot needs Applesauce, Cereal, Noodles, and Canned Fruit. Your donations will help several local families have a happy Easter!

See you Sunday!

Peter E. ! Van Horne

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The Reconciliation of a Penitent is always available in our Church to those who desire it. Reconciliation is particularly appropriate during Lent since Lent is the time during the Church Year that we are taught to consider those things we have done or left undone and accept God's forgiveness. Confession is fundamental to the worship of the Church. Individual confession can be affirming though it is neither necessary nor obligatory. To find out more about the rite, see page 446 of the Book of Common Prayer; to discuss or receive the sacrament, contact Johnnette+. This week, Episcopal News Service stories include the “vestments and paraments” ministry of an Emmynominated costume designer, and a recent “Word to the Church” letter from the House of Bishops, asking people to consider how to stop the carnage of firearms-related violence in the U.S.

In your prayer time next week, please remember: In the Anglican Communion: The Diocese of Mississippi, and Duncan, their Bishop In our companion Diocese of Lui: Mideh Archdeaconry and Francis, their Archdeacon In the Diocese of Missouri: St. Paul’s Church, Ironton (1870), and Catherine, their vicar Worldwide: The people of Tunisia, India, North Korea, Sudan, and South Sudan. In our congregation and extended parish family: We pray for the success of our building campaign; We pray for Eunice (Wynne); Linsey & her son Brendon (Talie); Uarda; Mary Ann (Karen); Tenia (Cherie); Timothy (Erica); Marsha and Kirsten (Erica’s mother and sister); Kim (Jessie); Betty (Sally’s mother); David, Chuck (Joanne); Karen (Johnnette); Howard; Jean; Joanne; Patricia; and Lola.

Deadline for submission of items in next week’s news is 12:00 noon, Thursday, March 21. Please send items to Maria at crankycricker@gmail.com.

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