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Feeding America and Thrive 2.0

foodbankThe THRIVE 2.0 team is trying a new ministry serving at Feeding America, Northern IL Food Bank distribution center in Geneva IL.
This distribution center receives food either donated or purchased and volunteers pack food that ships to our local food pantries and surrounding facilities providing access to much needed food for those with food insecurities.  LEARN MORE about Feeding America.

The Gift of Health

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Our Organist and Music Director, Robert Ward needs your help. As we all know our health is a precious gift, when Robert underwent emergency heart surgery in May he had no idea how difficult the financial recovery would be. Robert spent days in the hospital and returned again in June. The Vestry has created a GoFundMe account to help with the burden of Robert’s medical bills. Please consider donating.

Saturday Morning Adult Study

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From Jesus to Constantine: A History of Early Christianity

The Christian movement did not start out as a culturally significant phenomenon; it began in a remote part of the Roman empire as a small, lower-class group of followers of a Jewish apocalyptic preacher, crucified as an enemy of the state. For over a century the Christian church was virtually unknown among the political and cultural leaders of the western world. However, by the end of the fourth century, it was the official religion of the Roman empire. How did Christianity grow into such an enormously influential institution from such humble beginnings? That is the overarching question of this course.

The program features Prof. Bart Ehrman from the University of North Carolina (and a graduate of Wheaton College). If you are interested, please join us on Zoom at the following address:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89333091187?pwd=QTBQZFIxQnNBOHljdk8yWEJSR3dzUT09  We invite you to join us from 9:30 am to about 10:30 am for information and discussion as we learn together virtually. Zoom Meeting ID: 893 3309 1187, Password: 60187

Flower Delivery Ministry - Volunteers Needed

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Trinity cares for many people, and one aspect of that care that reaches many of our members and people associated with Trinity is delivery of the altar flowers. The flower ministry delivers the altar flowers weekly to our members who have been ill, who have lost a loved one, for special birthdays, graduations, baptisms, anniversaries, in thanks for deeds done for the parish or to simply say “we are thinking of you”. If you would be interested in joining this ministry, or if you think of someone who should receive flowers, please email Deacon Lanning.

Thoughts on Streaming Services

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We want to hear from parishioners who are not able or not comfortable with in person services. Beyond streaming the 10:00 am Sunday service if you would like an online (zoom) service, please email Fr. Kevin.

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