Sunday, June 4th, 2023
Sunday service starts at 9:30 am
We no longer collect receipts from family fare as the program has ended.
Pyrex Casserole Dishes
There are two unclaimed Pyrex 12 x 9 inch glass casseroles with blue plastic lids left in the TCW room. If you left yours after a funeral meal or other food event please reclaim it.
June 13 Free Community Dinner
The Trinity Board of Missions will be preparing a sliced ham dinner with potato casserole, baked beans, and beverages on June 13 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in the parish hall. Please sign up to bring salads and desserts to compliment the meal.
Summer Service Schedule – currently scheduled
June 11 – Holy Eucharist with The Rev. Cynthia Garman
June 18 – Holy Eucharist with The Rev. Canon Richard Hamlin
June 25 – Morning Prayer
July 2 - Holy Eucharist with The Rev. Canon Richard Hamlin
July 9 - Holy Eucharist with The Rev. Cynthia Garman
July 16 – Holy Eucharist with The Rev. Canon Tracie Little
July 23 - Holy Eucharist with The Rev. Cynthia Garman and Baptism
of Margaret Boughton
July 30 – Holy Eucharist with Fr. Len Brinkmoeller
August 6 – SummerFest Holy Eucharist with The Rev. Cynthia
Garman (at the lake)
August 13 – Morning Prayer with Deacon Laurie Michaels
August 20 - Holy Eucharist with The Rev. Cynthia Garman
August 27 – Morning Prayer
Chain of Gratitude
Thank you Julie Kaminski for putting the "Good News" Newsletter together monthly. Julie is the best news yet!
Thank you Pat Chadwick, Sexton, for working with many contractors to keep our facility and grounds in top notch order. The hats she wears keep multiplying.
Thank you to Deacon Wendy Pearson for the community outreach EMS Sunday celebration. Such a thoughtful idea.
Thank you Becky Wright and Ivan Egnatuk for having the vision to submit a grant to the Cronin Foundation seeking funding for repairs on our Historical Building. We are praying for a successful outcome.
Per our insurance carrier we need to announce our emergency exits so please note:
two in the back exiting to the outside
one in the front left of the altar exciting to the garden door
one left of the baptismal font exiting to the garden door
Becky Wright Somsel and Ivan Egnatuk submit Building Restoration Grant
We, as stewards, have written and submitted to the Cronin Foundation for the restoration of major issues for our Historic Trinity Church. The restoration project will be carried out in four phases.
Phase I: Exterior and Infrastructure Renovation (Boilers/Heating/Ventilation, new Parish Hall roof, exterior walls/steeple restoration),
Phase II: Sanctuary/Interior Wall Restoration,
Phase III: Sanctuary/Interior Wall Painting,
Phase IV: Dedication.
Historic Trinity Episcopal Church is a refuge and a richly woven historic tapestry not only for those in need but also for the entire community and generations to come. Our intent is to preserve and protect these walls and steeple as a beacon of hope for not only Marshall but for those visiting near and far.
Please continue to pray for Historic Trinity Church as we seek the necessary funding to continue its mission. As the Reverend Montgomery Schuyler stated at the Consecration, May 12, 1864:
“Here you will bring your children to the baptismal font. Here will those baptismal vows be renewed in the Apostolic rite of Confirmation. Here will the young and joyous stand at the altar and plight to each other their lifelong affection and service. Here will young and old congregate about the holy table and partake together of the life-giving viands of the Eucharistic Feast. Along this aisle will the feet of mourners tread, and the impressive and hopeful annunciation, ‘I am the Resurrection and the Life,’ shall precede the coffined dead, as one after another is carried to his last resting-place."
The order of Naucratius
Are you looking for ways to give back to the community at large? If so, The Order of Naucratius has an opportunity for you!! August 4-6th we are looking for volunteers to help process fish caught in the Big Red Fishing Tournament in Holland. Do you need experience? NOPE! Do you need to be there every day? NOPE! Will you experience fellowship, laughter, and a sense of doing good? YES! If you are interested or want more information contact Zack Shippell either in person, through text or phone call 269-330-3093, email email@example.com, or social media, but please NO morse code!
Bible study and prayer group
The Bible Study and Prayer Group is beginning a new series, "WHEN STRIVINGS CEASE -- Replacing the Gospel of Self Improvement with the Gospel of Life Transforming Grace."
Our good friend, Sandi Dobbins, will be leading the series on Thursdays at 10:00 in the chapel. All are welcome. Come and see.
Pastoral Care Committee
The pastoral care committee is running and active! We are here for you! Please reach out to Mike Renaud (269-830-2403 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for your pastoral care concerns . The pastoral care committee is here to provide support to you for your emotional life, spiritual life, or prayer for your physical needs. Please share with us if you also know of concerns for others.