Events this Week at Holy Trinity
Events this Week at Holy Trinity
Monday, February 18
No Rector’s Office Hours
Tuesday, February 19
Prayer Group ~ 11 am, Community Room
AA Meeting ~ 7:30 pm, Lower Level
Wednesday, February 20
NAMI Family Support Group ~ 6:30-8:00pm, Conference Rm.
Student Bible Study ~ 6:30-7:30pm, Community Room
Thursday, February 21
Choir Rehearsal ~ 7:30 pm, Lower Level
Spring Adult Forum
Sunday, February 24 ~ Peter Williams will share his faith story
Sunday, March 3 ~ Bethel AME
Sunday, March 10 ~ Chinese Students
Sunday, March 17 ~ Creeds
Sunday, March 24 ~ Faith Story II
REGARDING BAD WEATHER: please check the Holy Trinity Oxford website (holytoxford.com) and/or the Holy Trinity Facebook page for an update on Sunday. The Butler Police Dispatch says to call the Oxford Police desk to find out if there is a Level 2 emergency weather situation: 513 524 5240. In case, there is no answer at the Oxford Police Desk, we can call Dispatch: 513 785 1309. If there is a Level 2 snow emergency, then Forum, Sunday church service and all related activities are automatically canceled.
Wednesday, February 20 ~ There will be no midweek Eucharist today, owing to Reverend Palmer being in England with her sick dad.
Saturday, February 23 ~ 5-7pm ~ Soul Food Dinner and talk by Mrs. Betty Rosemond who was a Freedom Rider in the ‘60s at the Oxford Seniors location: 922 Tollgate Drive. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at Oxford Seniors. Contact info: phone # - 513-523-8100; web address: www.oxfordsenior.org
Saturday, February 23 ~ League of Women Voters ~ 10:30am-12:30pm, Undercroft. The League of Women Voters of Oxford invites Oxford community members to join them at the LWV-Oxford Annual Planning Meeting. Each year the LWVO meets to review its positions for updates and revision in the areas of representative government, social, policy and natural resources. Decisions, reached through discussion and consensus, will form the basis for action in the coming year. Also under review will be the LWVOhio position on high-stakes testing in public education. The meeting includes brunch, with a $5.00 donation at the door, cash or check. Please use the South Poplar Street entrance to the Holy Trinity Undercroft.
Feb. 23 (Sat) at 3 pm ~ Dr Kay Phillips, retired professor from Miami, passed away last fall. She had moved from Oxford to Decatur, Alabama several years ago but she continued to have many friends in Oxford. Marty Jendrick, Warren and Bonnie have organized a Celebration of Life ceremony to which you're invited. It will be held at the Sesquicentennial Chapel. There will be a reception at Warren and Bonnie's home following the service. The Masons live at 421 Emerald Drive, Oxford.
March 3, ~ 3-4:30pm All are invited to attend the Church Women United World Day of Prayer, at Oxford United Methodist Church, 14 N. Poplar. We are pleased to have as a special guest Patricia Ellis, master storyteller, to share the theme with us. The soloist is Kiyaa Bowens. The core theme for World Day of Prayer is “Come“ and to enable the response “Everything is ready.” Come to praise, thank, and proclaim the kingdom of love. The invitation is grounded in the parable that Jesus told about a great dinner that was attended by those called in from the streets, because the first group to have been invited excused themselves. The community formed around our table is not enough to fill the house-there is still room. Who is missing from the table in our community? How would we invite and prepare the feast?
March 17, ~ Save the date! The Holy Trinity Choir and guest musicians will present “A Celebration of Latin Music.” The concert will take place at 3:00pm. More details to come soon.
Publications Deadlines ~ Announcements for Sunday Bulletins should be dropped off or sent via email by Monday morning of the week preceding. Articles and announcements for the TRIAD should be submitted by the 20th of each month, to:
Kathy Kuehnle, at 513 -527559 ~ email@example.com Thank you!