Events this Week at Holy Trinity

Monday, October 15

  • NAMI ~ 6:30 to 8pm, Conference Room

Tuesday, October 16

  • Prayer Group ~ 11 am, Community Room

  • AA Meeting ~ 7:30 pm, Lower Level

Wednesday, October 17

  • Holy Eucharist Service ~ 2:00pm ~ at 64 Scarlet Oak Circle, Knolls

Support Holy Trinity with gift cards for things you already buy ~ Our Vestry has approved an exciting new way for our parishioners to help keep our house of worship in excellent working order, allowing other funds to remain available for important programs such as Outreach and Music. The program is “Scrip” and it is just another way for parishioners to pay for everyday purchases using gift cards in place of cash, checks, and credit cards. You purchase gift cards at face value, and our coordinator (Marilyn Kinzler) orders those cards from Great Lakes Scrip Center at a reduced price. The difference is an instant rebate for Holy Trinity. It’s really that simple! When you use scrip gift cards at your favorite retailers, you’re fundraising while you shop. Great Lakes Scrip Center offers more than 700 of the country’s biggest retailers, including grocery, department stores, gas stations, restaurants, hotels, home improvement, and more. Just by using Scrip to pay for your normal weekly purchases, you can easily raise $500 or more per year. It’s time to put our shopping dollars to work for Holy T!  Look for our “Scrip” table at Coffee Connections to sign up.

BRING  YOUR PET TO BE BLESSED! ~ Saturday October 20, 4.30 p.m.   Annual Blessing of the Animals at Old Stone Riding Stables, 2920  Minton Road, Hamilton. 

SERVING ON DIOCESAN COMMITTEES:  Members of Holy Trinity are invited to be candidates for Diocesan positions at the upcoming Diocesan Convention. In particular we need candidates for the board of the Episcopal Community Services Foundation and the Trustees of the Church Foundation.  Candidates are self-nominated. All they have to do is go to the Convention website (link below), fill out the requested information, and upload a headshot photo.  Owing to the lack of candidates, nominations will be accepted until end October.[

Sunday October 21, Rise Against Hunger~intergenerational, ecumenical event from 2-4 p.m. at the Presbyterian Seminary on Church St.  We will make 10,000 shelf-ready meals from food contributions by Kraft and Heinz to feed people around the world in disaster areas.  

PUMPKIN CARVING ~ October 28.  Plan to join us after church in the Parish Hall for some pumpkin carving for kids of all ages.

HAYRIDE ~ Saturday ~ November 10 ~ 3:30pm – 5:30pm  Our annual hayride will be November 10 this year at Butterfield’s. We’ll pack a lot in over two hours: a corn maze, a hayride, feeding the cows, and a campfire with s’mores.

DAY TO VISIT THE ORGANNovember 11.  The Day to Visit the Organ will be an inter-generational event in which Phillip Rogers will take us on an after-church tour of the organ.  We hope to be able, with appropriate care, to play a few notes on the organ as well. This tour is designed for the children but we invite everyone to join us in learning about our fantastic new instrument!

Please send a list of your deceased loved ones you would like remembered to: Kathy Kuehnle,

Publication 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.~ 513-523-7559 ~  

Updating Office Records ~ Would you like your birthday noted in the TRIAD? Or, the birthdays of family members? Your anniversary, if applicable? Would you like to give altar flowers to celebrate a personal or family event, or to memorialize a family member? Or have your name added to the rotation for providing refreshments at coffee hour? If so, please call or email the office with your information, so we can add you to our lists! Thanks! Gayle Shidler ~ 513-523-7559 ~