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Daylight saving time will end this Sunday November 5 in the wee hours of the morning. Remember before you go to bed on Saturday night to set your clocks back an hour!

Box Tops for Education labels are on many products you use every day. Clip yours and bring them to the collection box located under the Staff mailboxes. This is a very easy way to benefit local schools! Thank you!

The Virginia Haiti Collaborative is grateful to the dozens and dozens of folks from Trinity, Emmanuel and elsewhere who contributed to the recent Haitian Pig Roast and Chic Street Man concert. Our total income to date is over $10, 800 - a marvelous boost to the solar and bakery projects at Lekol St. Marc in Cerca la Source, Haiti.

Liturgical Calendars : Calendars showing the liturgical colors and saint days are available in the office for $5 each.

Realm Connect Phone App: Our church directory is now available in an app for both iOS (Apple, Mac) and Android. Go to your app store and search for “Connect.” The app publisher will be ACS Technologies. Once you download the free app you may access your account, see the Trinity directory and much more! Please call the office at 540-886-9132 for assistance.

The Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival will celebrate the holidays with A Bach Festival Christmas on Friday, December 1 at 7:00pm. The performance will take place in the newly completed concert hall in the Whitesel Music showroom ( 1592 CF Pours Drive, Harrisonburg VA ). The concert is free and open to the public; donations will be gratefully accepted to benefit the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival.

Prayer Requests Bowl: A glass bowl saying "Prayer Requests" is available for our guests at Noon Lunch.  It is on a card table along with paper and pens in the back of McCracken Hall.  If one of our guests has a prayer on their heart, they can write it down and put it in the bowl.  If anyone sees a prayer request in the bowl, they can take it and make that prayer a part of their own prayer life.  I'm inviting anyone in the congregation or visiting Trinity to use the prayer requests bowl to submit their own prayers or to take prayers out of the bowl and pray over them.  If you have questions or suggestions, please contact or .  

What Keeps You Up At Night (WKYUAN), the Adult Sunday School class, will meet in McCracken Hall Sunday’s at 10:00am. Grab a cup of coffee in the Foster Room and join us for heartfelt conversation. Our question will be “What do you see is a personal and/or Church (meaning Trinity) response to how a free nation deals with diversity?”Guidelines have been created by the group so that all will feel welcome to join in and participate in the discussion: 1) No one will be allowed to advocate bringing others to see their way. 2) No one will feel pressured to give up the ground he or she stands on. 3) Conversation is confidential but, you may share what has been said in class without using names. 4) You must be respectful of different views. 5) Conversations may continue for several weeks. Joe Fiechtl and Gospel du Jour will join this class to show the parallels between our life today and life in the Bible. During the week, think about the question and join the class letting us know WKYUAN. Jim Manchester, Virginia Gillock, and/or Muffie Newell will facilitate the class. For questions or concerns please contact Muffie Newell 886-9132 or .
November 5 Bulletin Announcements
Happening TODAY
SACRA funds are low at Trinity. Would you consider giving to SACRA today?

The United Thank Offering will be collected today by the ushers. May we always hold onto the knowledge of how much God loves us, be mindful of and thankful for our blessings and pass those blessings onto others. Thank you for your loving generosity!

TODAY November 5 at 5pm Concert & Evensong for the Feast of All Saints: As we remember the saints who have gone before us, we celebrate their lives with a program of organ music and Choral Evensong. Trinity's organist Virginia Bolena will offer a performance of music by J.S. Bach, Helmut Walcha, Felix Mendelssohn and C.H.H. Parry. Trinity Choir will sing favorites from the Anglican repertoire including music by Richard Ayleward, Herbert Sumsion, and C.V. Stanford. A reception will follow in McCracken Hall.

Finger foods are needed for the reception this evening following the 5:00 concert and Evensong. Please share your baking/culinary skills with our guests! Both savory and sweets are appreciated. There is a sign up sheet in the back of the church. Thanks to all for your generosity.

Happening this week
Pastoral Care Available: Monday, November 6, The Rev. Anne Grizzle will be available for pastoral care by appointment in the afternoon. Please contact her at 713-443-6211 or .

Spaghetti Supper and Taize Service Tuesday! The spaghetti supper supports the youth mission trips to Honduras. The supper begins at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 7. Suggested donation only $5. Any youth who can come to help out would be very much appreciated! Also join us for the Taize Service at 7:00 p.m. following the supper.

"Ring the bells that still can ring, forget your perfect offering. There is a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in!"  Our Advent Lessons and Carols reception will be on Sunday, Dec. 3rd. A planning meeting will be held on Nov. 8th at 10:00 a.m. in the Gooch Room. Anyone interested in helping is invited to attend. If you are unable to attend yet wish to lend your hands and talents, please email Carrie Tucker at or call 540.230.0787.

Pursuing the Beloved Community: The Episcopal Diocese of Southwestern Virginia, in partnership with other faith communities and community organizations, is convening community conversations across Southwestern Virginia entitled Pursuing the Beloved Community: A Continuing Conversation on Race. Each event will feature a presentation by Dr. Wornie Reed, Director of the Race and Social Policy Research Center and Professor of Sociology and Africana Studies at Virginia Tech. Following Dr. Reed's presentation, there will be question and answer time as well as informal discussion. Save the date: Wytheville, VA | November 8, 2017 | 6:00-7:30pm Wytheville Community College.

Don't miss the Saturday, Nov. 11, pancake breakfast and fair-trade gift market . This is a fund raiser for Trinity's Honduras Education Mission. In addition to a fabulous pancake breakfast, you can find a great array of gift and craft items from Ten Thousand Villages. Pancakes served 8-10, gift mart 8-12. Also available: Tom's Terrific Toffee, shortbread, biscotti and fresh-baked scones with cream and jam.

Happening next Sunday
A Trinity Cares luncheon will be on Sunday November 12 after the 11am service in McCracken Hall for members and their families. Please let Muffie know if you will attend and how many at 255-3152 or

Upcoming Guest Priest Schedule
November 12: The Rev. John Lane
November 19 : The Rev. Canon Mark Furlow
Thanksgiving Day & Baptism: The Rev. Ed Covert
November 26: The Rev. Tom Crittenden
Liturgical Assistants
7:45 am Service
PRESIDER & PREACHER: The Rev. Roger Bowen
ALTAR CHAIR : Susanna Larner
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS : Eleanor Bird, Carrie Tucker
LECTOR: NEED SUB Please use the online volunteer system to accept this position
USHER: Sue Armstrong
GREETER: Ruth Ward

8:45 am Service
PRESIDER & PREACHER: The Rev. Roger Bowen
8:45 ALTAR CHAIR : Geri Carney
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Glendon Gill, Jim Manchester
LECTOR: Susan Read
PRAYERS: Mary Schwaner
USHERS: Darlene Green, Julian Hickman
GREETER: Kathleen Garcia
MUSICIANS: Steve Carpenter, Glendon Gill, Cindy Hickman, Oakley Pearson, and Bill Wellington

11:00 am Service
PRESIDER & PREACHER: The Rev. Roger Bowen
ALTAR CHAIR : Susanna Larner
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Frank Babcock, Lilchy Huffman, Grace Rice
CRUCIFER: Cullen Wallace
CHOIR CROSS: Mary Blair Tankard
TORCH BEARERS: Lawrence Tankard, Harri Wallace
LECTOR: Diane Fechtel
PRAYERS: Tom Fechtel
USHERS: Buckley Gillock, Shannon & Zeb Riley, David Wallace
GREETER: Sallie Meffert
ASSISTANT ORGANIST: Louise Temple-Rosebrook

5:00 pm Concert & Evensong Service
PRESIDER: The Rev. Roger Bowen
LECTOR: Katie Cathey
USHERS: Ted Cathey, Nick MacNeil
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