A Meditation for the Feast of the Ascension of Our Lord click here.
Jesus Christ, you left your disciples, only so that you might send the Holy Spirit to be our advocate. Grant us the Spirit of truth to convince the world that you are risen from the dead. - The New Zealand Prayer Book
Alleluia! Christ is risen!
The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia!
The Feast of the Ascension of Our Lord (transferred)
May 16, 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 Our Gardeners Mary Frances Best, Dave Clinkman, Mary Johnson,
Elizabeth Klisiewicz, Cathy Poch, Millie Williams
Musicians: Randolph Bloom, Mary Johnson, Jeff Lukas, Cathy Poch
10:30 am: James Jones
Sunday School will begin at 9:45 am. The Zoom link will be sent on Saturday evening.
Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths. – Proverbs 3:5-6
For a copy of the 9 am service leaflet, click here.
For a copy of the 10:30 am service leaflet, 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. Link will be sent on Saturday evening.
10:30 am – Holy Communion Outdoors in the Trinity parking lot. Masks & social distancing required.
6 pm Youth Group meeting to sort donations for May 20th Grab n Go Table
This Week at Trinity
The Parish Office will be open Monday through Thursday, 10am-2pm
Mother Judith will be away May 20-25th. She may be reached by telephone and email.
Monday 7 pm Vestry meeting 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 with a table hosted by the Youth Group
Thursday 7 pm – Search Committee meeting on Zoom
Friday 10 am – Painting Class at Trinity
In Person Worship will resume in the sanctuary
on Sunday May 30th Trinity Sunday
This will be hybrid worship: you may attend on Zoom or in person.
Holy Eucharist at 9 am
To learn more click here.
Deadline: Submissions for the June Newsletter: Saturday, May 15, 2021
GFS Scholarship Awards
Congratulations to Kimberly Stochaj, Amanda Ellis and Nicolas Figueroa, who have each been awarded scholarships from the GFS Scholarship Fund. The members of Trinity Episcopal Church appreciate their individual contributions to our family of faith and wish them luck in their college careers.
- GFS Scholarship Committee
Youth Group Mission Projects for May & June
The Youth Group is seeking donations to support their two mission projects. They will host tables for families at the Grab n Go meals on May 20th and June 24th.
May 20th: Summer Play Indoors:
gently used toys, books, games, & movies (VCR or DVDs) and new crafts projects and supplies
June 24th: Summer Play Outdoors: flip flops (all sizes for children and adults), sunscreen, and bug spray.
This Sunday is the deadline for the May donations.
There are 2 bins in the side entrance to the church for collecting donations. They will be clearly marked for either May 20th or June 24th. If you prefer to make a financial contribution, please write your check payable to Trinity Church with "youth group mission" on the memo line. Please contact Dr. Sarah Prevelige to learn more about how you can participate: email@example.com
We thank our young people for their leadership, vision, and compassion.
The JULIETS, who have not been meeting due to the pandemic, plan to get together on June 2, at 12:30. If you would like to join us for lunch at New England Steak and Seafood in Mendon, please let Pat Keppler know: 508 966-0003 or 508 246-9703 or firstname.lastname@example.org. This restaurant is indoors but usually not crowded at lunch, and we should be able to reasonably socially distance there. All women from the parish are welcome to join this group. It should be fun!
The Good News Gardens
These smaller plants stayed here at the nursery. They will be given away when they get a little bigger. The youth group collected pails for Good News Gardens then Jon & Charlie turned them into self watering containers. We will transplant the plants when they get bigger and we will help them find new homes and a new gardeners, new people to enjoy and share the harvest. We have about 100 plants here at the nursery.
We already found new homes for about 120 plants. Gardening advice is available if anyone has questions about caring for their new plants.
The National Good News Gardens has created a curriculum for a ten-session course that combines topics of food and faith. We have no solid plans for leading this group at Trinity, Milford, but I am wondering if anyone has questions about it? I am happy to teach if people are interested in the course. More info to come in the newsletter.
- Mary Johnson
Celebrating our Youth Ministries & Our Graduates: Mark your Calendars
June 6th – Celebrating our Children & Youth: Sunday School students and youth will be our Readers. We will celebrate their accomplishments this year, and we will celebrate the ministries of Rachel Carpenter as Church School Coordinator & Sarah Prevelige as Youth Group Mentor.
June 13th – Honoring our Graduates: We will celebrate our youth and young adults graduating from 8th grade, high school, and college. Please contact Beth Moeller if someone in your family is graduating from 8th grade, high school, or college.
Please remember during the Easter season, to add a coin to your mite box/container for things you are thankful for! We will give thanks for our offerings on the Feast of Pentecost: May 23rd.
Register for Webinars here.
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: Paul Langlois; Sharon Manoogian; Sal & Vas Ferreira; Laura Uretsky; Lee Kalns; Michael Lambert; Liz Pekkala; Marian Smatt; Darius; Becky Dean; Karin Tourtellotte; Ron Taylor; Michelle; Stephanie; Kim Liquori; Peter Lee; 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: Bryce Haddad; Brian Roy; Mac Murray; Andrew McMillen; Sean Sullivan; Jodie Pratt; Peggy-Ann Berube; Ryder Baisley; Angela Carr; Susan Landry; Scott Howe; Donald Bentley; Alexander Hall; Kirk Bentley; Mackenzie Viens; and Benjamin Manoli.