Email Only Announcements

Doors Need a New Home
While cleaning out the garage, Property committee has a couple of dark wooden doors that need a home. 
These are 9 feet tall, and about 34 inches wide. (Not a standard size).  If you are interested in one, please contact Laurie in the church office 886-9132 or
(A donation to the church is appreciated)
Maundy Thursday Vigil Sign Ups
Please remember to sign up for the all-night vigil for Maundy Thursday (April 13). A signup sheet will be at the back of the church beginning on Sunday, March 5.
FREE Laser Printer
We have a free laser printer (black and white only) to give away to a good home. It is an HP LaserJet 1160. It works just fine but is no longer needed. You can see in the second image below that it uses an older USB port to plug into a computer. If you are interested in having this please contact Deidre at the office 886-9132 or
Please contact the office by Wednesday, March 22 to claim this offer!

Do you know?
While spring cleaning here at Trinity, we came across this box of "instruments". If you have any information on what this may be for, or why it would be here please contact Laurie in the office 886-9132 or  I have been told that these were donated a few years ago to be taken to Honduras. Does anyone know if this is true?
Name Plaques
We have a dedicated volunteer who would like to make a wooden name plaque for any child at Trinity. If you would like one of these for your child please email with the first name (or go by name) of your child.
Have you ever arrived...
Have you ever arrived at church only to find out the bulletins are gone? Do you have a smartphone or wireless tablet with you? You can get the Sunday bulletin on your device quickly and easily by visiting Try it next Sunday!
Diocese Weekly E-news 
Each week the Diocese of Southerwestern Virginia send outs news in an email. Please check out their e-news archive for the latest information from our Diocese.
Free Yoga Classes
Bill Rosenberger will be offering free yoga classes (no charge) at Emmanuel on Frederick Street, eight Monday evenings 5:30-6:30pm starting April 3Please enter on the Washington Street side into the lower level dining room. The class will be basic, gentle, beginner. Wear layers of easy to move in clothing. Bring a mat. All are welcome.
Walk for Hope
The Walk for Hope highlights the need for awareness of mental health issues such as depression, suicide prevention, and the need to remove the stigma which keeps such things from being publicly addressed. This year it will be hosted by Eastern Mennonite University on March 25 at 11:00am. The other local schools that participate in the short walk are Bridgewater College, James Madison University, and Blue Ridge Community College.
Spiritual Renewal Weekend

Sunday, March 19  Announcements

Service Volunteers

Sunday, 7:45am
The Rev. Becky McDaniel

The Rev. Becky McDaniel

Emily Cochran

Katie Cathey, Lee Nancarrow
Karen Martin

Tom Bell

Ruth Ward

Sunday, 8:45am
The Rev. Paul Nancarrow

The Rev. Becky McDaniel

Geri Carney

Glendon Gill, Will Smoot
Linda Mahler
Linda Mahler

Darlene Green, Mike Mahler

Linda & Mike Mahler

Sunday, 11:00am

The Rev. Paul Nancarrow

The Rev. Becky McDaniel

Emily Cochran

Joe Fiechtl, Claudette Obenschain

Dominic Einselen

Nathan Fiechtl

Ivan Einselen, Mackenzie Deitz

John Boody
Lilchy Huffman

Rick Chittum

Mark Battin, Richard Obenschain, Jamie Simmons

Stanley Shifflett
What keeps you up at night?
Adult Sunday School Class (McCracken Hall, 10am)
  • March 19 & 26: Professors Emeriti Ken Keller & Lundy Pentz: "Church & State"
  • April 2: TBD
  • April 9 & 16: No class
  • April 23: Presentation from Stuart Hall
  • April 30: Local Government (Jim Harrington, City Council)
  • May 7: Public Education (Jim Harrington, former School Board chair)
ECW Soup Sale
The ECW is selling a very special vegetarian soup to help raise money for the Trinity/Augusta Parish "Windows" book.  Saint Joseph's Day Vegetable Soup will be sold after each service on March 19 for $10.00 per quart.  Thank you so much for your support of the ECW and this fund raising endeavor and enjoy a nourishing wonderful bowl of soup!
Lenten Book Study
Rev. Becky will be leading a Lenten book study. The group will meet at 4pm on Tuesdays March 28,  April 4, and 11.  The book, Being Christian, by former archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, covers four essential elements of Christian life: Baptism, Bible, Eucharist, and Prayer. We will meet in the Senior High classroom in the parish house.
Lenten Program
Holy Things: A series of conversations including Christian, Jewish, & Islamic perspectives. Topics: Holy Books, Holy Messengers, Holy Symbols, The Holy One, & Holy Life. 6pm Potluck Meal, 6:30pm Program
Date            Location
March 22     Islamic Center of the Shenandoah Valley, 
                   1330 Country Club Drive, Harrisonburg
March 29   Temple House of Israel, 
                   15 N. Market Street (Vegetarian Day!)
April 5         Emmanuel, 300 W. Frederick Street.

Food for Allen Chapel's Pantry
Canned meats, such as chicken and roast beef, will be collected to distribute through the Allen Chapel food pantry program on the last Sunday of the month.
Sale to Support African Team Ministries on Sundays, March 26 and April 2
Check out the beautiful, handmade items from African Team Ministries for sale. There are hand-carved wooden figures, beadwork necklaces, earrings, and more! These sales help African families become more financially stable and independent. Items are located in the Foster Room of the Parish House.
Contemplative Practices for Spiritual Well-being
Saturday, April 1, 9am - 3pm in McCracken Hall. Rev. Becky McDaniel will introduce contemplative practices including various methods of meditation, yoga, Centering Prayer, and lectio divina.  Please email Becky at to register.  There is no charge for this retreat, and a light lunch will be provided.
Memorials for Easter Flowers
Before Easter, the Altar Guild collects Flower Memorials Gifts to purchase the flower decorations for the Easter services and to fund raise for the altar guild ministry. There is no set monetary fee. If you would like to make a donation, please use envelopes at the back of the church or submit your memorial via our online form. Go to our website,, then hover over the menu heading of "Members" and choose "Easter Flower Memorials" from the drop down menu. Please return your gift to the Trinity office no later than Monday, April 3.