Liturgy and Leaders for Easter 4B, Sunday, April 22nd, 2018

Worship Leaders for Sunday, April 22

8:00 am 

Reader:  Greg Francis

Usher:    Gauge Francis

 

10:30 am

Acolytes:  TBD (Crucifer), Heather Glidden

Director/ VOD:  Tara Bartal, Jeremy Fiebig, Jackson Rednour-Hallman

Readers: Catherine Moorman (First Reading), TBD (Second Reading), TBD (Prayers of the People)

Eucharistic Ministers: Catherine Moorman

Healer:  Heather Glidden, Joyce Lipe

Family Oblation Bearer:  The Gardner Family

Ushers:  Chick Chisolm, Karen Saracen

Greeters:  Carla and Rob Richardson

Vestry:  David Samuelson

Altar Guild and Flowers:  Louise Hall

Lay Eucharistic Visitor:  Annie Chisolm

 

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Announcements from the Bulletin – April 15

Check out what’s happening this Sunday, next week and in the weeks ahead in the announcements from the bulletin.

 

Liturgy and Leaders for Sunday, Easter 3B, April 15th, 2018

Worship Leaders for Sunday, April 15

8:00 am 

Reader:  Harry Horrocks

Usher:    Jamie Watts

 

10:30 am

Acolytes:  Laura Reeves (Crucifer), Heather Glidden, Carly Reeves (Godspeller)

Director/ VOD:  TBD

Readers: Jane Horrocks (First Reading), TBD (Second Reading), TBD (Prayers of the People)

Eucharistic Ministers: Cheryl Spears

Healer:  Jane Squires

Family Oblation Bearer:  The Wood Family

Ushers:  Mark Philbrook, Zoe St. Peter

Greeters:  Ann Wood, Martha Vallery

Vestry:  Julie Lee-Jacobs, Wendy Hustwit

Altar Guild and Flowers:  Mary Erwin Olive

 

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May Fair 2018 Drop Off Days and Times

It’s time to start cleaning out the attic and garage and finding “treasures” for May Fair! Members of the May Fair committee will be at the church to assist you with dropping off items on the following dates and times:

Sunday April 15 from 4:00 till 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday April 17 from 6:00 till 7:30 p.m.
Thursday April 19 from 6:30 till 7:30 p.m.
Saturday April 21 from 4:00 till 6:00 p.m.
Sunday April 22 from 4:00 till 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday April 24 from 6:00 till 7:30 p.m.
Friday April 27 from 4:30 till 6:00 p.m.

Save the Date – May Fair – May 5

Holy Trinity’s annual Mayfair is Saturday, May 5 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is our Outreach
Ministry and Holy Trinity does not retain any of the proceeds. This is a wonderful opportunity to
contribute to those less fortunate than we are by donating your used clothing, furniture, books and
household items and/or purchasing someone else’s. If you have large items in need of pickup, please
contact Jimmy Driscoll (910-237-9430) or Jim Thomas (910- 964-1631) to make arrangements. We are asking
that you have your donated items to the church by Wednesday, May 2. There will be a signup table in the
Narthex beginning Sunday, April 8 if you would like to volunteer to help set up. Many hands make light
work. Thank you for your participation. Remember that “… we go out to serve.”

Evening Labyrinth Walks

Evening labyrinth walks are usually held on the first Thursday of each month. All interested persons are cordially invited to participate in our labyrinth walks. Please come promptly at 7 p.m. if you wish to view the optional orientation video; otherwise, please arrive by 8:15 p.m.  Candles and soft music will accompany your walk.

Prayer for a Labyrinth Walk

By Jean Sonnenberg

Bon Secours Labyrinth, Marriottsville, MD – by permission

O God of many paths, I stand before this labyrinth today, metaphor of my journey to you.  In the Western world, I have been taught that “the shortest distance between two points is a straight line,” and being an impatient person, I am uncomfortable with waiting.  I have often modeled my journey to you on the straight line.  But you, God of infinite patience, have shown me that there is another path, a curved path.  On this path, my anticipation is heightened as I approach the center, only to be led out again to the periphery.  But this path more closely resembles life itself.  On this path, if I just put one foot in front of the other, it may seem at times as if I am not approaching my goal, while in fact, I am drawing closer all the time.  But you are a God of surprises and mystery, and I don’t control the path.  The labyrinth is a symbol of my surrender to mystery, trusting, not knowing for certain, that the path which curves in and out again ultimately leads to the Center, which is You.

 

New Vestry Members

Learn more about the parishioners who are our new vestry members. Vestry nominees were voted on during the annual meeting on Dec. 10.

Vestry Nominations 2017

 

 

Sermon from Sunday December 3rd, 2017 by the Rev. Jeffrey D. S. Thornberg, Rector

 

Sermon from Sunday November 26, 2017 by the Rev. Joe Running

 

All Saints Day Sermon – the Rev. Jeffrey D. S. Thornberg, Rector

Sermon from All Saints’ Day, Sunday November 5, 2018

Episcopal Relief for Hurricanes

Episcopal Relief and Development is in touch with all dioceses that are being affected by this fall’s devastating hurricanes and stands ready to send money and personnel to assist in relief and recovery just as this diocese received after Matthew. You can be a part of this effort by contacting Episcopal Relief and Development at www.episcopalrelief.org  No contribution is too small as it combines with contributions from many fellow Episcopalians.

Sermon from Sunday, August 27th – The Rev. Jeffrey D. S. Thornberg

 

Sermon from Sunday, August 20th – The Rev. Jeffrey D. S. Thornberg

 

 

Sermon from Sunday, August 13th – The Rev. Jeffrey D. S. Thornberg

 

Music Ministry News

Practices have begun.     Handbells @ 6:00pm, Choir @ 7:00pm with fellowship afterwards

All are welcome to choir. Simply come to rehearsal and we will provide you with music and a section to sing in. If you’re interested in handbells, please contact Beth Jordan at 817-793-9903 or musicminister@holytrinityfay.org.  

Children’s Choirs resumed on September 13!

Cherub Choir (children ages 4-K) 4:00-4:30pm

Children’s Choir (grades 1-6) 4:45-5:30pm

We will rehearse on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays during Women’s Connection. Childcare is available. Please contact Beth Jordan at musicminister@holytrinityfay.org or 817-793-9903 for more information.

Margaret Willis Back to School Needs

We are currently collecting much needed school supplies to assist the students at Margaret Willis in getting ready for school. Many of these families were affected by Hurricane Matthew and have suffered financially. All donations are greatly appreciated. There will be a collection point in the Narthex during the month of August. Items needed are: Glue Sticks, Disinfectant wipes, Hand sanitize, Composition books, Pencils, Crayons, Expo Markers, Kleenex, Earbuds, Belts, and BACKPACKS *** really needed. No rolling backpacks please. Thank you.

A Celebration of the Life of Nancy Holt – Saturday, Aug. 12

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ,

It is with very deep sadness that I convey the news that Nancy Holt, longtime Holy Trinity parishioner, teacher, sister, grandmother, mother, wife, and friend died very early this morning.

There will be a celebration of Nancy’s life at Holy Trinity this coming Saturday, August 12th at 3pm with a reception following.

In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that memorials be made to Holy Trinity (1601 Raeford Road, Fayetteville NC 28305). Additionally, we are asking for finger foods for the reception, as we expect a great number of people to be in attendance. If you are willing/able to bring finger foods, please RSVP to annethornberg@gmail.com. Childcare will be available for the worship service and reception.

I ask your prayers for Nancy and for the entire Holt family. Holy Trinity is a community that holds one another up, even when the eternal hope of resurrection appears beyond comprehension. I ask your prayers and presence on Saturday, as we celebrate a beautiful and wonderful woman who is now with God.

Faithfully,

Jeff+

Sermon – The Feast of the Transfiguration by the Rev. Jeffrey Thornberg

 

How to Use the Website to Make a Request

In case you didn’t already know, the church’s website has changed so now it’s easier than ever to make a request to the church administration and vestry. Click on the ‘Contact Us” button at the top of the page to:

* Make a prayer request

* Use church equipment

* Use church facilities

* Receive a church grant

Once you click on the “Contact Us” you’ll see a menu selection for the above items. You can click on the selection, which will take you to the proper forms to submit your request.

We hope this new website change will be useful for church committees and groups, as well as outside organizations. If you have questions or comments, feel free to contact George Harrison, Vestry Communications Chair, at gharrison@nc.rr.com.

 

Sermon – First Sunday after Pentecost

Sermon from June 11, 2017  by the Rev. Jeffrey D. S. Thornberg, Rector

 

 

Pentecost Sermon by the Rev. Jeffrey D. S. Thornberg, Rector

Sermon from Bishop Rob Skirving, Sunday May 21st.

 

Sermon from Sunday May 14th by the Rev. Jeffrey D. S. Thornberg, Rector

 

Sermon from Sunday, May 7th from the Rev. Jeffrey D. S. Thornberg, Rector

Sermon from Sunday April 30th by the Rev. Jeffrey D. S. Thornberg, Rector

 

 

Palm Sunday Sermon by the Rev. Jeffrey D. S. Thornberg, Rector

Sermon from the Rev. Joe Running from the Fifth Sunday in Lent

Gospel Lesson and Sermon from Sunday March 26

Were you in the Mike to Mike Half Marathon, “running” away from church on Sunday? Here is Sunday’s Gospel Lesson and sermon. You’ll hear introduction to the lesson, followed by a dramatic reading of John 9:1-41 and the homily by the Rev. Jeffrey D. S. Thornberg.

March 19 Sermon From the Rev. Jeffrey D. S. Thornberg

March 12 Sermon from the Rev. Jeff Thornberg

Being Born Again.  And Again.

(sermon begins at 2:47 after the reading of the Gospel).