Dupage Human Race - April 27

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Dupage Human Race

On April 27, Trinity member and CDPCC board member Charles Wilcox will be walking with others to aid awareness and raise much needed funds for Central Du Page Pastoral Counseling Center, a very worthy nonprofit. CDPCC provides, through licensed therapists, a wide range of compassionate, nonjudgmental support for people of all ages and backgrounds, who are trying to navigate life’s changes and challenges. Join us by walking (or running) with us that morning. You can register or make additional contributions if you wish, by going to the following link: If you would prefer to simply make a donation with Charles, please go to the following link: If there are any questions, they can be emailed to Charles Wilcox

Afternoon at Lyric Opera - May 25

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Please join us for an afternoon at the Lyric Opera House in Chicago to watch West Side Story. Trinity has reserved main floor seating (Aisle 2, Seats NN - TT). Cost is $78 and can be paid by submitting a check to the parish office. Please make check payable to Trinity and indicate that the check is for West Side Story. The matinee begins at 1:30 pm. For additional questions or to arrange transportation, please email Susie Croll or call 630-653-2596.

Episcopal Charities and Community Services

ECC LogoFor nearly 60 years, God has used this ministry to transform thousands of lives in the Diocese of Chicago. Today, this life-changing social outreach is accomplished through ECCS’ support of its ministry partners and, increasingly, through its New Ventures and Capacity Building initiatives. Over the next two months, a series of short articles will help you understand this organization which is a not-for-profit organization serving agencies affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It is governed by an independent board of trustees and the Bishop of Chicago is an ex-officio member of the board.

You may find more information about Episcopal Charities on their website, Julie Nelligan and Beth Petti are current board members and would be happy to discuss Episcopal Charities with you if you have further questions.

Central DuPage Pastoral Counseling Center

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Some of you may not be familiar with them. Very soon after its inception in 1976, Trinity became an affiliate board member along with several other local churches (now numbering more than 20), providing support for their many services. Central DuPage Pastoral Counseling Center is a wonderful resource, providing a place for healing and hope. People commonly mistake pastoral counseling for pastors. In reality, pastoral counseling is practiced by licensed mental health professionals who integrate theology with the healing process of psychotherapy, and they work with people from all walks of life. If you, a family member, or a friend, are interested in professional counseling services, you might consider CDPCC. They are located in the nearby Mona Kea Medical Park, and they can be reached at 630-752-9750. For more information, go to their very informative website:

Community Shout Outs!

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Dine Away Hunger
It's Deli Month for PRC. Eat at Augustino's Rock 'n Roll Deli in Carol Stream or West Chicago or at Shane's Deli in Wheaton on Wednesday, April 17 and 10% of your bill will be donated to People's Resource Center.
Issues Facing DuPage County
Thursday, April 18 @ 7:00 pm Issues facing DuPage County including: consolidation, affordable housing, transportation, adult businesses and the strategic plan for the County. Hosted by League of Women Voters of Wheaton, program hosted at Cantigny Park McCormick House. Program and parking free.
14th Annual Concert to Benefit South Sudan
On April 27, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Glen Ellyn will offer its 14th Annual Concert to benefit the Renk Medical Clinic in Renk, South Sudan. Doors open at 6:30 pm for a reception and silent auction; the concert begins at 7:15 pm.
Antiracism Training Opportunities
The Antiracism Commission, in partnership with Chicago Regional Organizing for Antiracism (Chicago ROAR), offers subsidized training for members of the diocese. Upcoming two-and-a-half day sessions are scheduled for April 25-27, July 25-27 and October 17-19 in Chicago. Visit the webpage: for more information and online registration. If you want to go let the church office know, 630-665-1101.

Read more: Community Shout Outs!