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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, We are . . . June 17, 2010

! strengthened by joyful hearts What’s Happening At Trinity— and engaged minds. May 24, 2013

Upcoming Events: Search Process Sunday, May 26, 8:30 Adult Formation As we continue our search for aa.m.— new vicar, the Bishop’s Committee met to prepare the data input which will be used in the computer match process. We had a good working session and our results were forwarded to Sunday, May 26, 10:00 a.m.— Holy Eucharist Canon Dan Smith. We are making good progress! We now have a completed parish profile and a completed Church Deployment Profile. Canon Smith hopes to have and names ofStudy possible candidates Tuesday, May 28, 1:30 p.m.— Noonday Prayer Text at Twin Pines for the Bishop’s Committee to consider by the end of July. Thank you for continuing to use the prayer card with the prayer from the Wednesday, Book of Common toa.m.— help guide us through May Prayer 29, 7:30 Morning Prayer this search time. Extras are still available in the basket at the back of the church. Sunday, June 2, 8:30 a.m.—Adult Formation Sunday, June 2, 10:00 a.m.— Holy Eucharist First Sunday of the Month Plate Collection The first Sunday charitable plate collection for July will be donated to a yet unnamed charity. You have an opportunity to help select the recipient! Be thinking about what worthy organization you would like to support and place the name of for that organization on a slip of paper in the this plate along with donation this Sunday, Please join us our next Adult Formation series, starting Sunday, May your 26, at 8:30 a.m. We'll be July 4. Let’s see who the lucky winner is! studying Love Songs and Reproaches: Passionate Conversations with God, a book of poetry by biblical
scholar and poet L. William Countryman. Copies of the book are still available for $15.

Dear Friends,

As you may know, the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis is currently hosting an exhibition entitled "Vatican Robinson, Wednesday, June 5 at 7:00 p.m. Following the film, there will be a discussion panel. The Splendor: A Journey through Faith and Art" which includes artwork, liturgical vestments & other material, as panelists include our Bishop Smith, as well as Mark Kozielec, rector of St. Mark's in St. Louis, and Anne well as other items, all on loan from the Vatican in Rome. For more information see Kelsey, rector of Trinity—Central West End. You can read more about the screening here. An informal group from Trinity-Kirksville will be visiting the exhibition on Saturday, July 17. The general plan is to meet up at the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis, see that exhibition, and have a meal together. Since Do you have a favorite hymn you’d like to hear over the summer? Once they recommend that tickets be again, reserved advance, it would help to have a count of how many would like to we in are taking requests for hymns during the summer months while the go. So, if you are interested in going group, would you pleaseifreply to Julia byto e-mail no alater than choir with is on the break. Contact Scott Alberts you would like suggest hymn. Friday, July 2 at 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.
From Johnnette+: A number folks have asked what the hospitality ministry The person Tickets are $19.50 for adults, $17.00 of for seniors or college students with college ID, is. and $13 for children 6 who does hospitality hands out bulletins and greets people at the door. They'll check during 12 years of age. (We may be able to receive a $2/ticket discount as a church group, but I need to find out coffee hour to is ensure that newcomers are welcomed. whether that discount extended to non-Catholic parishes).Please contact me if you feel called to

The Missouri History Museum in St. Louis is screening the film, Love Free or Die, about Bishop Gene

Hope you can join! Julia & Pete

participate in this important ministry!

Food Depot Wish List, from Cherie: This week the Food Depot needs Cereal, Canned Vegetables, and Pasta. Thank you for supporting the Food Depot!

See you Sunday! Peter E. ! Van Horne

From Karen Henness: I want to give a special note of thanks to all who supported our rummage sale. The outpouring of donations went beyond all expectations. Without those, there wouldn't have been a sale. The number of hard working people that helped was amazing! It went so smoothly with everyone working together and coming up with ideas that made things easier. I am so grateful for all the help and support I had (seeing how this was the first time I was put in charge of something at Trinity). It was everyone’s support that made our Rummage Sale a huge success. Congratulations, everyone!!

We are still in need of someone (or more than one someone) to take over creating the worship bulletins we use at Trinity. Do you feel called to serve in a way that involves a regular presence that creates a familiar presence at Trinity? Please contact either Kirsty or Johnnette+ if interested.

This week, Episcopal News Service features a report on the outpouring of support for the people affected by the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma, as well as a look at Joplin, MO two years after their EF-5 tornado. Also, if you are a Facebook user, visit the Facebook page “Task Force for Reimagining the Episcopal Church,” and be a part of the conversation!

In your prayer time next week, please remember: In the Anglican Communion: The Diocese of North West Australia, and David, their Bishop In our companion Diocese of Lui: The Companion Diocese Relationship Committee and Evelyn, chairperson In the Diocese of Missouri: St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Portland (1891), and Marshall, their vicar Worldwide: The people of Oklahoma, Bangladesh, China, Syria, Burma, 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 Christine (Sally); Tara (Karen); 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; Lola, the repose of the soul of Bill (Julia and Pete); the repose of the soul of Vernice; the repose of the soul of Herman, the repose of the soul of Marty, and those we hold silently in our hearts.

Deadline for submission of items in next week’s news is 12:00 noon, Thursday, May 30. Please send items to Maria at