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Trinity Episcopal Church Trinity Episcopal Church

an inclusive community of faith, hearts We are . an inclusive and engaged minds. community of faith, We are . June 17, 2010. .

! strengthened by joyful Trinity Whats Happening At hearts and engaged minds. February 15, 2013

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Search Process Friday, February 15, 5:30 p.m.Stations of the Cross As we continue our search for a new vicar, the Bishops Committee met to prepare the data input which will be used in the computer match17, 10:00 a.m.Holy EucharistNO SUNDAY SCHOOL were forwarded to Sunday, February process. We had a good working session and our results Canon Dan Smith. We are making good progress! We now have a completed parish profile and a completed Church Deployment Profile. 17, 11:30 a.m.Adult Formation of possible candidates for the Bishops Sunday, February Canon Smith hopes to have names Committee to consider by the end of July. Thank you for continuing to use the prayer card with the prayer Tuesday, February 19, 1:30 p.m.Text Study and Eucharist time. Extras from the Book of Common Prayer to help guide us through this searchat Twin Pines are still available in the basket at the back of the church. Wednesday, February 20, 7:30 a.m.Morning Prayer
Friday, February 22, 5:30 p.m.Stations of the Cross 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 Sunday, February 24, 9:45 a.m.Sunday School opportunity to help select the recipient! Be thinking about what worthy organization you would like to support and placeSunday, February organization on a slip of paper in the plate along with yourfor Vicarsthis Sunday, the name of that 24, 10:00 a.m.Holy EucharistOutreach Plate Offering donation Discretionary Fund July 4. Lets see who the lucky winner is! Sunday, February 24, 11:30 a.m.Adult Formation

Dear Friends, Sunday, February 24, 5:00 p.m. Canterbury Club As you may know, the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis is currently hosting an exhibition entitled "Vatican Splendor:Sunday, February 24, 7:00 p.m. which Service artwork, liturgical vestments & other material, as A Journey through Faith and Art" Taiz includes well as other items, all on loan from the Vatican in Rome. For more information see always available in our Church to those who desire it. Reconciliation The Reconciliation of a Penitent is An informal group from Trinity-Kirksville will be visiting the exhibition on Saturday, July 17. The general plan is to consider those things we have done or left undone and accept God's forgiveness. Confession is to meet up at the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis, see that exhibition, be affirming meal together. Since fundamental to the worship of the Church. Individual confession can and have a though it is neither they recommend that tickets be reserved outadvance, it would help to have a of the Book of Common Prayer; to necessary nor obligatory. To find in more about the rite, see page 446 count of how many would like go. So, ifto discussinterested in going with the group, would you please reply to Julia by e-mail no later than you are or receive the sacrament, contact Johnnette+. Friday, July 2 at Of course, if you decide later you'd like to join, I believe individual tickets are available as wellStations of the Cross begin at 5:30 p.m. on each Friday during Lent from and could be bought at a later date. Tickets are $19.50 for adults, $17.00 for seniors or college students with college ID, and $13 for children 6 is one of the most ancient forms of Christian devotion. Those who were 12 years of age. (We may be able to receive a $2/ticket discount as a church group, but I need to find out unable to do an actual pilgrimage to Jerusalem created this form of devotion, whether that discount is extended to non-Catholic parishes). pilgrimages of fourteen Stations which evolved into smaller walking Hope you can join! Julia & Pete
Food Depot Wish List, from Kirsty and Stephanie: The Food Depot needs Canned Vegetables, and the ever-useful, ever-popular Cereal. Please remember the Food Depot See you Sunday! trip to the grocery store! on your next representing different parts of the Passion story. From there, it continued to evolve into the stations now seen in churches. February 15 (today), until March 22. Please join us! The Stations of the Cross is particularly appropriate during Lent since Lent is the time during the Church Year that we are taught

Peter E. Van Horne !


Adult Formation during Lent will be the Anglican Communions Lenten course, The Bible in the Life of the Church. It will begin at 11:30 a.m. on Sundays. Johnnette+ will be leading the discussion. The Outreach Committee has posted the 2013 Outreach calendar in the undercroft. Note the return of the Quarterly Plate Offering to an outreach project! Feb. 24 will be our first quarterly collection, with the plate going to the Vicars Discretionary Fund. Johnnette+ will be happy to tell you during coffee hour about the various forms of outreach that occur through the Discretionary Fund. Looking ahead, the spring in-gathering for the United Thank Offering will be in May. If you would like to get a Blue Box now so you can be saving for the ingathering, the boxes are available downstairs by the bulletin board. This year there are also a few little zipper bags in lieu of the box. First come, first serve for the little bags. There is additional UTO material on the table.

Taiz returns to Trinity at 7:00 p.m., Sunday, February 24. We are going to be attempting something new at this Taiz service, and wed like you to join us and see what you think! (No, were not telling. Its a secret.) The theme of this service is Suffer the Children. If you would like a more quiet, contemplative service to enhance your Lenten spiritual practices, you might give Taiz a try.

New Sunday School Coordinator needed! Do you feel called to a ministry involving children? Trinity is seeking a new volunteer to coordinate the Sunday School program. Please consider serving Trinity through this ministry, and talk with Nancy Miller or Johnnette+ if you are interested. This week, Episcopal News Service stories this week feature a Southern Ohio church fulfilling a vision of safe, community-driven space in their neighborhood, and a group of Episcopal youth who are learning about the power of giving by creating their own charitable organization. In your prayer time next week, please remember: In the Anglican Communion: The Diocese of Malakal (Sudan), and Hilary, their Bishop In our companion Diocese of Lui: Sunday School in Lui Diocese and Charles, their coordinator In the Diocese of Missouri: Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Webster Groves (1866), and Daniel, their rector Worldwide: The people of Tunisia; India; North Korea; those living on the border of Sudan and South Sudan. In our congregation and extended parish family: We pray for the success of our building campaign; We pray for Tenia (Cherie); Timothy (Erica); Lyle (Maria); Marsha and Kirsten (Ericas mother and sister); Angella, Mindy & Bernie; (Kirsty); Kim (Jessie); Betty (Sallys mother); David, Chuck (Joanne); Karen (Johnnette); Howard; Jean; Joanne; Patricia; and Lola.

Deadline for submission of items in next weeks news is 12:00 noon, Thursday, February 21. Please send items to Maria at