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At Trinity, we all enjoy and benefit from membership in a community of faithful people - faithful to our Lord and to each other. We carry fond memories of Trinity wherever we go: Rich worship experiences; friends who have become part of our extended, caring family; Support in times of personal difficulties; Beautiful little faces in song and laughter; Openly sharing our concerns and helping with the needs of others; God responding to our prayers.

No matter where you are in your life's journey, I invite you to explore our website and learn about Trinity and our mission to: Love God; Love Neighbor; and Change the World. Even better. Come visit us in Wheaton, IL sometime!

Peace, Father Kevin Caruso Rector

Let Us Keep In Our Prayers

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Those who have requested Intercession
Matthew Longhurst, Elizabeth Rogers, Mike Boldus, Cindy, Veronica Wallace, Ann Mategrano, Jodi Massie, Eileen Pender, Marie DiBello, Dorothy Wellman, Jim, Susan, Meghan, Jim Stewart, Sue Travis, Amaliyah Shallwani, Gloria Simon, Cole, Sue Anderson, Marjory, Nancy Thomas, Barbara Walsh, John Rossi, Wanda Slupik, Beth Stewart/Miller, Cathy, Leslie Foster, Ed Callaway, Marilyn, Linda Taylor, the McNish family, Nancy Ettl, Alison Bettisworth, the Franklin family, Terry, John Abel, Woody Hayes, Magno Roque, the Dewel family, the Eberhart family, Tina O'Bannion, Max Hobart, Pam (Burt) Lowrie, Ally, Ruth Anne Wilcox, Chris, Ali, Michael, Char Miller, Gene Hollard, the Gibson family, Anne Keller, Mary Stelletello, Mike, Eric Ettl, Kate Barclay, and the people of the Diocese of Renk.
Anniversary of Baptism
Jason Miller & Eric Senske
Faithfully Departed
Scott Gibson and Wesley Miller.
Diocesan Cycle of Prayer
Intercessions are offered today for Organizations of Episcopal Charities & Community Services: Ravenswood Community Center;ShelterCare Ministries; Holy Family School; St. Leonard’s Ministries; St. Mary’s Services; Youth Guidance; and for organizations of our Companion Dioceses of Southeast Mexico and Renk
Anglican Cycle of Prayer:
Pray for mission agencies and their work throughout the Anglican Communion.

Christmas Sharing - December 10 - 14

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Welcome to the 50th year of Christmas Sharing! Christmas Sharing is a program that partners with District 200 and 8 area churches providing nonperishable food, clothing, toys and gift cards to low income families in the district. We are looking for volunteers for Tuesday- Saturday, December 10th- 14th to pack food boxes, go shopping, and distribute to our families. You can sign up for one shift or multiple shifts. We are also looking for members of the congregation to buy grocery items (list available) for a small, medium or a large family, we need items for the parent gift room and for the toy room. If you have any questions or to volunteer please email Liz Lanning or call (630) 707-7135.

Outreach Grant - Applications Due January 15

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For 2020, the Outreach commission is trying a new way of getting input from the Parish about which charities receive money from Trinity. With that in mind, please consider submitting a proposal for an organization which you feel would benefit from our support in the coming year. Please note that the plan for the coming year is that Outreach will continue to support our outreach partners, such as the Diocese of Renk, People’s Resource Center, ESSE, Midwest Vets, etc., as it has done in the past. We are seeking to expand our community involvement with these additional proposals. Deadline for proposals for 2020 is January 15, 2020. Decisions will be made and requestor will be notified of the results by April 1, 2020.

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Saturday Study Group

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The Saturday morning study group will begin a new topic on August 3. We will be using a resource entitled The Hebrew Scriptures in Judaism and Christianity. The Hebrew Scriptures, what Christians call the “Old Testament” and Jews call the “Bible,” are the basis of both Judaism and Christianity. In this study we will survey how this work of literature, through interpretation and re-interpretation, spawned two different belief systems. Topics to be surveyed include: canon and prophecy; exegesis and Midrash; Shabbat and Sunday; temple, synagogue, church; the Oral Torah and the Logos; sin and righteousness; messiah and redemption.

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