Chalice Administrator Schedule
July - December 2012
If you are unable to serve on a particular date, please arrange for one of the other Chalice Administrators to cover for you.
|Peter Bales 757-2906||Ray Beadle 499-5699|
|Marty Glick||RuthAnn Knoeller 261-0454|
|Norma Matrazzo 486-2720||Ellie Scimeme 751-7217|
|Barbara Wasilausky 261-4064|
Additional holiday service schedules to be announced.
If you would like more information regarding joining this important ministry, please contact Father Michael.
|February 17||David Behler||John Sepe|
|February 24||Larry Bonchonsky||Dennis Comma|
|March 3||Pat Seitter||Liz McQuire|
|March 10||Jon & David Hatch||
|March 17||Dick Cole||Chris Cole|
|March 24||Larry Bonchonsky||Dennis Comma|
|March 31||Herb McGrail||John Sepe|
|Aprill 7||Pat Seitter||Liz McGuire|
|April 14||Jon & David Hatch||Scott Hatch|
|April 21||Herb McGrail||John Sepe|
|April 28||David Behler||Bob Hunter|
|May 5||Bob Wolpert||John Sepe|
|May 12||Pat Seitter||Liz McGuire|
|May 19||Dick Cole||Chris Cole|
|May 26||Larry Bonchonsky||Dennis Comma|
|Group I||Maryjane Macartney,||January|
|Group II||Gerri Reuter||February - 13th Ash Wed.|
November 27th. Thanksgiving
|Group III||Kathy Fusaro||March - 31st Easter|
December - Christmas
Rehearsal - Wednesday, 7:30 pm from September to June.
Volunteers offer their most precious commodity, their time. Assist shut-ins, or people who have no transportation. Help them make doctor's appointments, pick-up prescriptions, or do a little grocery shopping. You could even do the marketing for them. Sometimes the ill or elderly infirm just need a daily phone call to see if everything is OK. This is a valued ministry in this community and those who avail themselves of this service consider the volunteers to be guardian angels. To volunteer your time (which could be as little as a half hour a week) or to make use of these services (you can call on behalf of a relative or friend) call or e-mail:
Sharon Wolpert 262-0791
The Church Office 261-7670
Located in the Trinity Thrift Shop and staffed by the Thrift Shop volunteers, the Confidence Closet provides a unique service to young women entering the job market. The Catch 22 is that to get a good job, you must dress for the job. But to afford better work clothes, you need the money that comes with the better job. To break this cycle for young women who want to leave poor paying employment behind and make a success of their lives, the Confidence Closet offers gently used and some new business suits and dresses, blouses and shoes and complete ensembles. The clothes are stylish, there is a large stock from which to choose,
and an experienced and knowledgeable sales person will assist in putting together some great looking, well fitted outfits. Here's the best part. Payment for the clothes, which is quite reasonable to begin with, is only due after you start cashing paychecks! Make an appointment for the Confidence Closet today and take a big step toward a better future.
Call Sharon Wolpert 262-0791
The goal of this most important ministry is to bring those who have come through our door all the way into our hearts. We will greet the new faces we see at Services and welcome them into our church, inform them of our varied services and programs and introduce them to our parish family.
BREAKFAST FELLOWSHIP: Breakfast is served from 9-10am in Houghton Hall. This time is for more than just food. It is an opportunity for the parish family to break bread together and share what is happening in their lives . It provides a place and time where the various groups within the parish can come together and touch base, and new members can be introduced to long-time members. It can also be used for forums that provide teaching, information and discussion.
Mary Jo Bartlett and Ruth Varsha have teamed up to see that all deposit containers are properly collected and returned for refund. All churchgoers are welcome to bring in their recyclablesto the kitchen in a plastic bag so that they can be returned to raise monies for the Food Pantry.