A Meditation for the Second Sunday of Easter, click here.
Living Christ our Savior, you have delivered us from death and sin.
You have brought with the dawn a new beginning and an empty tomb;
grant us strength and humility to enter into life.
-from A New Zealand Prayer Book
Alleluia! Christ is risen!
The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia!
The Second Sunday of Easter
April 11, 2021
Morning Prayer on Zoom @ 9am
Holy Eucharist in the Parking Lot @ 10:30 am
Ministers of the Liturgy:
The Rev. Dr. Judith Lee;
9 am Brandon Kee, Steve Ketcham, Margaret Myatt, Mary Torian
Musicians: Randolph Bloom, Mary Johnson, Jeff Lukas, Beth Stochaj
10:30 am Kevin Keppler
If anyone is in Christ, there is a new creation:
everything old has passed away;
see, everything has become new!
[2 Corinthians 5:17]
Sunday School at 9:45 am
For a copy of the 9 am service leaflet, click here.
For a copy of the 10:30 am service leaflet, click here.
For a copy of the Flower Memorials, click here.
For the Weekly Announcements, click here.
This Weekend at Trinity:
9 am – Morning Prayer on Zoom. Link will be sent on Saturday evening
9:45 am – Sunday School on Zoom
10:30 am – Holy Communion Outdoors in the Trinity parking lot. Masks & social distancing required.
5 pm – Sacred Ground on Zoom
7 pm – Senior Youth Group on Zoom
This Week at Trinity
The Parish office will be open Monday through Thursday, 10am-2pm
Mother Judith is working remotely and can be reached by phone [716.949.8194] or email.
Tuesday 7 pm – Finance Committee on Zoom
Wednesday 10 am – Morning Prayer on Zoom: the link will be sent by email on Wednesday morning
Thursday 4 pm – Grab n Go meals at Trinity
Thursday 7 pm – Search Committee meeting on Zoom
Our Easter Egg Hunt was a great success! Over 50 neighborhood children participated. Thanks to Melanie Figueroa, Beth Moeller, Dwight and Brandon Kee, and the youth group for organizing this event.
Please remember during the Easter season, to add a coin to your mite box/container for things you are thankful for!
Community Meals is awarded a Diocesan Ministry Development Grant
Trinity's Community Meals Program has been awarded a Diocesan Ministry Development Grant of $9600. The grant is designated for meals purchased from local restaurants, which support small, locally owned businesses. It will allow us to continue to serve weekly meals through the spring of 2022. We continue to need volunteers and funding to prepare meals in Trinity's kitchen for 2 weeks every month and on federal holidays when the school lunch program is closed. This award is a recognition of Trinity's reputation for faithful and effective mission ministry.
GFS Scholarships are available! Application Deadline is near!
Attention high school seniors and their families. It’s time for the annual search for deserving recipients of the GFS Scholarships. Each year, Trinity gives monetary awards to qualified members who are entering an institution of higher education. These awards recognize attendance and service to Trinity Parish during the applicant's high school years. The application is available to download on the Trinity Church website at www.trinitychurchmilford.org. At the home page click Resources- Scholarship -Trinity Episcopal Church GFS to download the form Applications must be received by April 23rd and the recipients will be notified shortly thereafter. Please direct all questions to GFS Scholarship Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good News Gardens:
Pray . . . Plant . . . Proclaim
Thank you to Maddie Stochaj for our new logo for this ministry.
Take a plant . . . share the produce . . . become part of a garden without walls. We will give small plants to grow in our homes along with containers and tips for growing vegetables and flowers.
Mary and Charlie Johnson are preparing seedlings that will be blessed on April 18th and that will be distributed on April 18th, 22nd, and 25th, along with plant care instructions and recyclable containers that have been collected by the youth group. Everyone is encouraged to take a plant to grow at home. We will have a "garden without walls" that draws us together, contributes to a healthy environment, and proclaims God's abundance.
Episcopal Church Year in the Life web series explores challenges of past year
A Year in the Life is a new web series from The Episcopal Church that documents how Episcopal churches, schools, and ministries have navigated a very contentious and difficult year. New episodes of A Year in the Life will be released every two weeks beginning on April 20.
Read more: http://iam.ec/PA2021AYearintheLife
Our Prayers Are Offered For:
Parish Members & Friends: Sharon Manoogian; Sal & Vas Ferreira; Laura Uretsky; Evangeline Bushey; Lee Kalns; Michael Lambert; Brad Gustavesen; Liz Pekkala; Andrew Yaroshefski; Libby & Sean Aurigemma; Michael & Christian Stochaj & Hazel Delong; Karin Tourtellotte; Gloria Falcone; Barbara; Valerie; Ray & Enid; Clinton Clark, III; Marco Weiss; Al Price; Robert; Mary Torian, Beth & Terry; Esther McKenzie; Lisa Wilson; Sandra Arbogast; Len Baird; Judy Shea; Robin Rowe; Skye Bayleigh Plaisted; Alex; Alisha Starkis Weddeke; Chrissy & Mark; Thomas Scano; the Canali Family; Sherel & Lou Frere; Craig Silverman; Justin Perkin; Tom Childs; Nancy Sharoogian; Bob Mezzadri; all those serving in the military and the Peace Corps, especially Avary DeRagon; Dan Consigli; Drew Beauchamp; Charles; Laura; Elena; Brendan Wood; Danielle & Joel Marsh; Tom Bento; Joel Joudrey; Justin Woessner and their families.
Homebound Parishioners: Verna Parente, and Wayne Morey.
Our Partner Dioceses: Kumasi and Asante-Mampong in Ghana
Those celebrating birthdays this week: Beth Moeller; Chris Nelson; Jacob Landry; Elizabeth Nylander; Justin Richards; Nancy Bentley; Wilhelmena Reed; Wynne Reed; Katie Nelson; Jeffrey Forgione; Nancy Ann Sharoogian; Aida Mitchell; Joe Cuddy; Brooke Littleton; and Katherine Côté.