Family Information Form
We are always in the process of updating our church records. Even if you are 100% sure that we have all of your information, we are asking EVERY parishioner to fill out a family information form. These forms are available at the church, or you can download one off the website here. Please return completed forms to the alms basin, the basket in the Narthex, or to the church office. Thank you!!!
Houser Walker Architects Master Planning Meeting
If you missed the meeting but would like to hear it, you can listen to the recorded version on this website. Go to the Worship tab, then Sunday Sermon and Service Recordings and look under the month of April.
Summer Doughnut and Fellowship Hour
This summer, beginning on Sunday, May 27 at the 10 am hour, our fabulous fellowship hosts will provide hot coffee and dozens of delicious doughnuts (from D squared!). There's no program. We're just going to spread out in the parish hall and on the event lawn and glory in the wonders of Ordinary Time. Come join us!
Vacation Bible School: Journey to Galilee!
Join us for VBS on June 4, 5 & 6 from 9 am to noon as we Journey to Galilee! Vacation Bible School is for children ages 4 through rising 5th graders. We need youth AND adult volunteers - it's never too early to sign up! Email email@example.com to sign up. We need tribe leaders, music helpers, art helpers, snack helpers......all kinds of helpers! Help for one day, two days or all three!
Remember....nursery is provided for children of volunteers.
To register your child, click on the registration form here. All forms must be turned in by May 18th to be guaranteed a t-shirt!
Episcopal Church Women (ECW) Spirited Art Gathering
ECW is getting together for a fun morning out at Spirited Art! Join us on Saturday, June 9 at 10 a.m. as we gather together to create a beautiful (or not so beautiful) masterpiece. The cost is $30. If you would like to participate, sign up by using this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b044aabaa2aa20-spirited.
For information about the studio use this link: https://spiritedartao.com/current-paintings/.
Alabama Prison Birth Ministry
You are invited to help Holy Trinity support the Alabama Prison Birth Project, whose mission is to improve the health of newborns birthed by women in custody while strengthening maternal bonds and maternal self-efficacy. We will be preparing a nutritious lunch for 15 pregnant or postpartum women who attend a monthly education and support group at the Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women. The lunch includes both items that require minimal preparation (think fresh fruit and yogurt) and those that require some baking, so even those who are short on time can find a way to contribute. Food will need to be dropped off in the Holy Trinity kitchen on the first Monday of the month. Volunteers are currently needed the months of June and July. Sign up at https://tinyurl.com/HoTPrisonBirthProject.
Adullam House Ministry
We are excited about a new opportunity to support a local ministry here at Holy Trinity. The Adullam House, a home run by Pete and Angie Spackman, offers a safe haven for children of incarcerated parents. Located in Wetumpka, Alabama, Adullam House currently houses over 50 teenagers, toddlers and infants on 18 acres of donated land where the Spackmans have also built a school for the children to attend. There is an ongoing need for supplies for the children at Adullam House, and Holy Trinity will offer support by collecting Baby diapers, wipes, Children's Tylenol, Resinol, and sippy cups through May. Please bring any of these items to Shelley’s office and drop them in the available pack n play. We’ll deliver the goods after Mother’s Day. For questions or comments about other ways to help, please contact Melissa Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about this initiative go to: http://adullamhouse.org/.
Building Community across Barriers
BCaB’s Mission is to build Community by Crossing Barriers to: make connections, establish relationships, listen and learn, and share and serve. We offer an open invitation to join, visit & engage. There are several ways you can get involved in the community, and we are supporting and encouraging attendance at the events listed here.
Also, please save the date for these community events:
- On June 13th, BCaB is sponsoring a viewing of the prize winning documentary “The 13th”, time TBD. Film is preparation for Montgomery Civil Rights field trip on Saturday.
- On June 16th, BCaB Field Trip to Montgomery will leave from Holy Trinity parking lot for hands on tour of Civil Rights landmarks. Times TBD. Watch for more details.
- On June 23rd, BCaB is sponsoring a work day for the Food Pantry in Tuskegee. Meet in Holy Trinity parking lot. Time TBD. Watch June Highlights for details.
If you are interested in joining us, BCaB will meet on Sunday, June 10 from 3:00-4:30 pm in the library.
Rector’s Bible Study
The Rector's Wednesday morning Bible Study has ended for the program year. We will pick back up in August with 1 Corinthians.
College Bible Study
Our College Bible Study has ended for the year. We will start back in the fall with a new program and supper schedule. Thanks to the many hands who helped make this year a success!
Holy Trinity Choir
The Holy Trinity Choir has completed another year of ministry! We will start back up with our weekly Wednesday night rehearsals at 7:00 PM in August. If you are interested in volunteering to sing with the choir this year, please contact Matthew Hoch at email@example.com.
Holy Trinity Children's Choir
The Holy Trinity Children's Choir has ended for the program year. Thanks to everyone who helped make our year a successful one! We will start back up with weekly rehearsals on Wednesdays at 6:15 PM in August. If your child is interested in singing in children’s choir, please contact the children's choir director, Seth Davidson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you still are not in possession of a name tag and would like one, please email Laura Meadows at email@example.com. The first one you order is free! These name tags are yours to keep, and if you move out of the area, please take your name tag with you to share with your next Episcopal community.
If you have misplaced your name tag and would like a replacement, email Laura to request a new one. The replacement tags cost $10.00. Please include “replacement name tag” on your check memo line and place it in the bookkeeper’s box or in the office. Thank you!