Email Only Announcements

New Forward Day by Day Devotionals have arrived!
They are available for $1 each on the table at the back of the church and in the copy room of the parish house.
Altar Guild Members
Please stay after the 11am service on April 23 to give away flowers from the chancel area. Thank you!
Honduras Artwork Available 
We have 2 prints and several notecards of one of the prints available for purchase by donation. All donations go to support the Honduras Mission Trips. Please come by or contact the office if you are interested in any of these items. Artwork by Trinity member Darlene Green.


Lost and Found!
Please see if any of the items below belong to you! They will be given away after May 4.


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 communications@trinitystaunton.org with the first name (or go by name) of your child.
Free Yoga Classes
Billie Rosenberger will be offering free yoga classes (no charge) at Emmanuel on Frederick Street, eight Monday evenings 5:30-6:30pm starting April 3. Please 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.
Diapers Needed
There is a need in the community for baby diapers size 5. If you would like to donate some items, please leave them on the bench in the hallway outside of McCracken Hall. Your donation is very much appreciated.
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.

Sunday, April 23  Announcements

Service Volunteers

Sunday, 7:45am
  
PRESIDER
The Rev. Paul Nancarrow

PREACHER
The Rev. Paul Nancarrow

ALTAR CHAIR
Jan Coleman

EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS
Bill Tate, Carrie Tucker
  
LECTOR
Tom Bell

USHER
Eric Laser

GREETER
Sally Mueller


Sunday, 8:45am
  
PRESIDER
The Rev. Becky McDaniel

PREACHER
The Rev. Paul Nancarrow

ALTAR CHAIR 8:45
Janice Sultenfuss

EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS
Glendon Gill, Jim Manchester
  
LECTOR
Susan Read

PRAYERS
Linda Mahler

USHERS
Sharlene & Chuck Richards

GREETER
Linda & Mike Mahler


Sunday, 11:00am

PRESIDER
The Rev. Becky McDaniel

PREACHER
The Rev. Paul Nancarrow

ALTAR CHAIR
Jan Coleman

EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS
Lundy Pentz, Grace Rice

CRUCIFER
Lizzie Cahalin

CHOIR CROSS
Evelyn Boody

TORCH BEARERS
Elaine Boody, Mackenzie Deitz

LECTOR
Ellen Pentz
 
PRAYERS
Lee Beam

HEAD USHER
Paul Bugas

USHERS
Rick Cason, Lilchy Huffman, Susanna Larner

GREETER
Rick Chittum


Sunday, 5:00pm Concert

USHERS
Rick Chittum, Brad McNeill


Bulletins
SACRA Sunday
During April Trinity has contributed greatly to the efforts of SACRA to provide assistance to those in need in our community. Please give generously so we may continue this important work into the coming months. Today is SACRA (Staunton Augusta Church Relief Agency) Sunday: To donate, please use envelopes in your pew or write a check with SACRA on the memo line. SACRA is a completely volunteer-operated agency which pools the outreach and relief funding of local churches to provide help to those in need within the local community.
What keeps you up at night?
Adult Sunday School Class (McCracken Hall, 10am)
  • April 23  Stuart Hall - Coffee, Refreshments, & Conversation
  • April 30  "Nation Building & the Imperative of American Education" (Jim Harrington, former Staunton School Board chair)
  • May 7 "Too Close for Comfort: Adventures in Local Government" (Jim Harrington, Staunton City Council member)
  • May 14 - Laura Gonzalez MD Facing Death
Carl Broman Concert and Reception April 23 at 5 p.m.
Rhonda Sider Edgington, organist, will perform an interesting program of 17th century works by Bach, Buxtehude and Sweelinck, as well as contemporary pieces by Libby Larson, Ad Wammes and Rachel Laurin. Finger foods are needed for the reception following the concert. Please drop your food donations off in McCracken Hall before the concert. Thanks in advance for your contributions! 
Novel Theology 
Novel Theology will meet next on April 25 at 7:00pm in the Foster Room of the Parish House to discuss The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. LeGuin. Everyone and anyone is invited to attend provided you have read the book! On May 23 we will discuss Don't Point That Thing At Me by Kyril Bonfiglioli.
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 Sunday, April 30.
The United Thank Offering
The United Thank Offering will be collected May 7 by the Episcopal Church Women (ECW). Give thanks for the good things, big and little, that happen every day. Thank YOU for your prayerful generosity!
Ordination of Anne Grizzle
On May 12 at 6pm at R. E. Lee Memorial Episcopal Church, 125 W. Washington St., Lexington, VA Bishop Mark Bourlakas will ordain Anne Grizzle to the Sacred Order of Deacons. Your prayers and presence are requested. A reception will follow in the parish hall.
Noon Lunch needs help picking up donated produce
Noon Lunch needs help picking up donated produce from the Staunton Farmers' Market each Saturday from April 8 - November 18.  Teams of two meet at the market just prior to closing (about 11:55) and accept donated produce.  They then take it to Trinity and store it in the refrigerator so it can be used by the cooks the following week.  They then email Carter Hannah  what was collected.  This job takes about an hour and your help on one Saturday or many will be greatly appreciated. Contact Carter Hannah (540-241-8735  cnghannah@ntelos.net) or Kathy Schneiderman (Kathy.schneiderman@gmail.com) and we will gratefully put you on the calendar.
Emmanuel Centering Prayer
The Emmanuel Centering Prayer group meets at 5:30 each Sunday.  Typically, we have a 20 minute period of silent prayer followed by a short discussion. Currently we are reading together Cynthia Bourgeault's Centering Prayer and Inner Awakening.  You do not have to have a copy of the book, nor do you have to read ahead.   Centering Prayer is simply silent prayer in which we place ourselves in God's presence and rest there.  It extends and supports "active" prayer in which we use words to praise, thank, and petition.  Many have found Centering Prayer to be a powerful path to experiencing the spirit of God within us.  Everyone is welcome to join us in the "Bride's Room" (the small room through the door at the back of the church).  If you have questions, Jim Lott (540-290-9136) or Rose Jensen (920-544-7311) will be happy to try to answer them.