Trinity Church News

September 13, 2023

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  • Clothes Sorting Party - Thank You!
  • Interested in Helping with Building/Property Items?
  • Sunday's In-Person Services - 8:30 AM & 10:30 AM
  • Additional Lay Readers, Chalicers & Acolytes Needed
  • Mother Suzanne Will Be On Vacation 9/14 - 9/18
  • Musical Moment - Service Music Update (Again!)
  • The Death of Linda Nobel
  • Vestry Meeting Tuesday, September 19th at 6:45 PM
  • Next Bible Study - 9/19, 12:45 PM- Matthew 9:18-35
  • The Fringe Coffee House is Now Open
  • Prayers for Presiding Bishop Michael Curry - Surgery Rescheduled
  • Bishop Nominee Meet & Greets - Recordings & FAQs
  • Bishop Nominee Slate
  • From the Standing Committee: A Note on Bishop Nominations
  • Clothes Closet Donations - Now Accepting Fall and Winter Items
  • Clothes Closet Needs - Deodorant, Shavers, Soap
  • Altar Flowers Sign-Ups
  • Full Worship Schedule - In-Person and Online
  • Sunday Scripture Readings
  • This Week at Trinity
  • September Birthdays & Anniversaries
  • Prayer Requests
  • Online Giving Link


Trinity Episcopal Church, P.O. Box 851, Hamilton, OH 45012

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Clothes Closet Sorting Party

Thank You!

A big thank you to those who came to sort clothing in the Closet this past Saturday. Our group was small, but we were able to replenish the infant items and children's clothes and get more of the sorting room organized.

And of course we had another great meal provided by ECW. Thank you Chris Russo and Sue Samoviski!

Help Needed with Building/Property Items

We are looking for folks to help with building maintenance and improvement in several different ways:

  • To help with small projects such as changing light bulbs, cleaning filters, and doing minor repairs, such as repairing the slip guards on the stairsteps.
  • To help with obtaining estimates for capital improvement projects.
  • To help in supervising capital improvement projects.

We would like to gathering together a group of people who can help with these various items. If you are interested in any of these ministries of facilities care, please contact Mother Suzanne at 513-869-8694 or

Updated In-Person Worship Service Schedule

Reminder: This Sunday the in-person services are at 8:30 AM (Rite I) and 10:30 AM (Rite II - Music).

This past Sunday was the first time we had in-person services at 8:30 AM and 10:30 AM since the pandemic started. We had good attendance between the two services and it was great to see some of you that haven't been able to attend for a while!

New Schedule Recap:

On the first Sunday of the month we will have one in-person service in the morning at 9:30 AM to still have an opportunity monthly to worship together in the morning as we are doing now. This service will use Rite II and have music. We will periodically have brunch afterwards for additional fellowship time. The first Sunday of the month will also continue to have the 4:00 PM in-person service using Rite II with music.

The rest of the month, we will have two Sunday morning in-person worship services: 8:30 AM and 10:30 AM. The 8:30 AM service will use Rite I (no music) except on feast days when it will use Rite II (no music except possibly having music on Easter). The 10:30 AM service will use Rite II with music.

As we are doing now, if there is a fifth Sunday in a month we will have Morning Prayer, usually with Eucharist, and it will use Rite I at both the 8:30 AM and 10:30 AM times so we will still have a Rite I option at 10:30 periodically.

We will try out this new schedule through Advent and then re-evaluate to see how it is working.

New In-Person Worship Service Schedule

Effective September 3rd

1st Sunday of the Month: 9:30 AM and 4:00 PM

Rite II - Music

All Other Sundays (except if there is a 5th Sunday):

8:30 AM - Rite I - No Music

and 10:30 AM - Rite II - Music

If there is a 5th Sunday in a Month:

8:30 AM and 10:30 AM - Morning Prayer Rite I - No Music

Additional Lay Readers, Chalicers and Acolytes Needed for In-Person Worship Services


Now that we are back to having two in-person worship services on Sundays, we need to expand our roster of readers, chalicers and acolytes.


Lay Readers: read the Scripture Lessons and lead the Prayers of the People from the lectern.

Chalicers: serve the Chalice of Wine at the Altar.

Acolytes: Process/recess with the cross (9:30am and 10:30am services only), hold the Gospel Book for the Gospel reading, help the priest set the Altar for Eucharist, and ring the Sanctus bells.


If you are interested in participating in the services

periodically or regularly in one or more of these roles,

please notify Mother Suzanne or Chrissy Rose.

Mother Suzanne will be on a Short Vacation 9/14 - 9/18

Mother Suzanne will be taking a short vacation beginning the evening of Thursday, September 14th through and including Monday, September 18th. She will return on Tuesday, September 19th.

If you need pastoral care during this time, please contact our Senior Warden, Jennifer Elliott, at 513-218-7817 (text is fine) or, and she will connect you with the priest on call.

Rev. Kip Colegrove will join us on Sunday, September 17th for the two in-person worship services.


Musical Moment - Service Music Update (Again!)


In last week's newsletter, I discussed the changes to service music we would be using at the 10:30 AM service from now until Advent. While we will continue to use S-125 from the Hymnal, 1982 for the "Sanctus", we are going to change the "Glory to God" again and try something different.

Full disclosure - what I selected for the Glory to God ended up being a bit harder to sing (or "a swing and a miss," to put it in baseball terms!), and while we may revisit it in the future we are going to do something different now.

The Book of Common Prayer states that in lieu of the Glory to God, "some other song of praise" may be used. We did that during Advent last year when we sang the hymn "Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus" in place of the Glory to God. Beginning with this Sunday's 10:30 AM service, we are going to use S-236 from the hymnal, which is a beautiful setting of Canticle 13 or "Glory to you, Lord God of our fathers."

The prolific English composer and conductor John Rutter (b. 1945) composed this setting. He is actually one of my favorite composers of choral music and is known for his beautiful melodies. He also founded The Cambridge Singers in 1981, which is a mixed voice chamber choir based in the UK which performs many of his compositions and arrangements, and which he still conducts to this day.

If you would like to hear a preview of Canticle 13, S-236, click here for a recording from Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Tryon, NC.

Click here to listen to The Cambridge Singers perform John Rutter's arrangement of the hymn "The King of love my Shepherd is."

~Jennifer Elliott, Music Director

The Death of Linda Noble

Parishioner Linda Noble died last month of stage 4 cancer. Prior the the pandemic she and her husband, James, frequently attended our summer dinner church services, with James often sharing his talent for playing the harmonica. Linda and James were introduced to our parish by Frank Martin. They resided most recently at Huntington Court Nursing Home, where James continues to be cared for. Linda always expressed gratitude for how she and James were welcomed by Trinity parishioners. Please keep James in your continuing prayers.

James can receive cards of condolence at Huntington Court Nursing Home, 350 Hancock Ave., Hamilton, OH 45011.

O God, whose mercies cannot be numbered: Accept our prayers on behalf of your servant Linda, and grant her an entrance into the land of light and joy, in the fellowship of your saints; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.

Most merciful God, whose wisdom is beyond our understanding: Deal graciously with James in his grief. Surround him with your love, that he may not be overwhelmed by his loss, but have confidence in your goodness, and strength to meet the days to come; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

(Prayers from The Book of Common Prayer, 493 and 494.)

Vestry Meeting

Tuesday, September 19th

at 6:45 PM

The September Vestry Meeting will take place in the Fellowship Hall at 6:45 PM on Tuesday, September 19th.

Next Bible Study is

Tuesday, September 19th,

at 12:45 PM

We are studying

the Gospel according to Matthew.

Come join us!

On 9/12 we cancelled Bible Study due to many attendees having various appointments that day.

On 9/19 we will study Matthew 9:18-35 - More healing miracles of Jesus: the ruler's daughter, the hemorrhaging woman, two blind men, and a speechless demoniac.

Come now and then or come every week.

No prep necessary.

We have a great time of fellowship and sharing about the interpretation and application of Scripture.

We hope you can join us.

The Fringe Coffee House is Now Open!


The Fringe Coffee House (Hamilton's Community Re-Entry/Recovery Hub) had their GRAND RE-OPENING on September 9th! They also opened a women's boutique, "Second Chance Threads and Boutique."

From The Fringe's announcement:

"The restructuring of this non-profit has been a challenging, but rewarding process. We're thrilled to have several local churches and businesses now on board to walk with us. We believe amazing things can happen when we unite under a cause bigger than ourselves. During our temporary closure we've been able to open new re-entry housing and are in the process of launching a new sober living women's home in Hamilton.

If you're looking for a good, local non profit organization to volunteer at or support financially that is truly making a difference, consider The Fringe.

Here's where you can give: 

There's nothing more rewarding to help someone regain the light and hope back in their eyes and their soul. Now do what you do best, spread the word!

The Fringe Coffee House is located at 604 High Street Hamilton, Ohio 45011. Along with our recovery/re-entry work, we are also the largest indoor street-art gallery in Butler County, Ohio."

Prayers for Presiding Bishop Michael Curry - Surgery Rescheduled

September 1, 2023

From Episcopal News Service

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s surgery has been rescheduled for Sept. 20, according to a Sept. 1 press release from the church’s Office of Public Affairs.

The procedure was initially scheduled for Sept. 8, but the surgeon needed to reschedule for “family matters.”

Curry will undergo surgery to remove his right adrenal gland and an attached mass. His surgeon estimates his recovery period will be two to three weeks, after which Curry is expected to resume his regular work schedule.

Curry was admitted to the hospital on Aug. 17, after a reoccurrence of the internal bleeding that required him to be hospitalized over Memorial Day weekend.

Curry will continue working from home between now and after his surgery as he recovers. He will resume his normal schedule once he recuperates, though his September and October schedules will be adjusted accordingly.

The release asks Episcopalians to please continue to pray for the presiding bishop, his family and his entire medical team.

Watch the Bishop Nominee


Livestreams of the bishop nominee meet-and-greets and recordings of prior sessions are available both through the Bishop Search website and the Diocesan YouTube channel ( or search for "Diocese of Southern Ohio" in YouTube).

From September 11 through 15, the Bishop Transition Committee will hold seven meet-and-greet sessions for the people of the diocese to meet our bishop nominees. Meet and greet sessions will take place:

Bishop Nominee Meet-and-Greets

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can attend the meet-and-greets?

All meet-and-greets, with the exception of the clergy session on September 14 at Procter Center, are open to everyone.

Do I need to sign up for the meet-and-greets?

No sign-up or registration is required.

Can I attend more than one meet-and-greet?

Yes! Please attend as many meet-and-greet sessions as you like.

Will the meet-and-greets be livestreamed? Where can I watch them?

All meet-and-greets, with the exception of the clergy session, will be livestreamed on the diocesan website.

I want to attend but I need childcare. Will it be provided?

Yes! Please RSVP for childcare using this form by September 5 so we can be sure to have enough space and providers for the children who will attend each session.

How can I submit a question to be asked at the meet-and-greets?

The deadline to submit questions was August 21.

How will the questions be chosen?

The meet-and-greet subcommittee of the Bishop Transition Committee will choose from the submitted questions, representing voices from across the diocese. A different set of questions will be asked during each meet-and-greet, giving the nominees an opportunity to discuss a wide range of topics, issues and concerns. 

Will there be a chance to ask questions from the floor?

No — a moderator will ask nominees questions submitted before the August 21 deadline. In addition to introducing themselves, each nominee will answer the same set of questions. There will be an opportunity for attendees to meet the nominees for informal conversation and follow-up questions at the reception after the close of each meet-and-greet session.

Meet Our Bishop Nominees

Click the links below to watch the new candidate videos and read their bios and answers to questions.

Download a printable booklet of information about the nominees.

The Rev. Canon Whitney Rice

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"What I love most about the gospel accounts of call is that healing and evangelism are always intimately connected. Jesus heals someone and then immediately calls them to follow him on The Way so that they too may spread the Good News he has just awakened within them. This is a pattern I have experienced over and over in my own life, and I sense it is a journey the Diocese of Southern Ohio is walking as well." Read more.

The Rev. Dr. José Rodríguez

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“… I was contacted by a group of clergy in the Diocese of Southern Ohio to ask me into a conversation and mutual discernment to be your next bishop. As a Christian dedicated to inclusion and justice, I was moved by how broadly representative of your diocese this group is: from your urban area to Appalachia, men and women, straight and queer, of all ethnicities, and representing all ministers – laity, deacons, and priests. I have never experienced such a blessed community gathering of strangers who have become my friends. In a short time, we visioned and dreamed together, and I can see myself serving the people of Southern Ohio as your tenth bishop diocesan.

“Southern Ohio is a diocese with diverse persons that reflect God’s fullness in Jesus Christ. If this group is just a hint of the beautiful tapestry of your diocese, then I yearn to discern more fully with the wider Body of Christ, the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio.” Read more.

The Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers

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"Throughout the antebellum South, my enslaved ancestors dreamt and sang of a place where they would at last know dignity and liberation. 'Lord Jesus,' they prayed, 'deliver us across the river to Freedom Land.' While they surely pictured the Israelites crossing the River Jordan to enter the Promised Land, their prayers were also deeply practical and earthy. Freedom was not an abstract; it was a destination. Racism didn’t magically evaporate as they crossed over the Ohio River, but they knew new life was possible on the other side. This was Freedom Land." Read more.

The Rev. Dr. Elaine Ellis Thomas

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"The state of Ohio holds a special place in my heart: it is where my spouse, my partner in life, was born and grew up and went to college. We have made countless trips over the course of our relationship and marriage to visit family in northeast Ohio, to witness the pageantry that is a Buckeyes game at The Shoe, and to enjoy an afternoon of baseball at Great American Ballpark. Our deep roots in Ohio led me to participate in the bishop search in the Diocese of Ohio, an experience that continues to draw me into further exploration of where my gifts might best serve God and God’s people." Read more.

The Rev. Canon Kristin Uffelman White

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"I give thanks for this opportunity to enter into discernment with you, as you search for the person who will serve as the Tenth Bishop of Southern Ohio.

"Your profile details a clear-eyed hope for your future as a diocese, as well as an honesty and a sense of longing that took my breath away. You recognize disparate accomplishments in the diocese, as well as the challenges you face, while seeking a coherent mission to frame who you are called to be as the Body of Christ throughout Southern Ohio. You name the desire for a bishop who will be present with you, particularly, in this time and place. These are the reasons – both in the work that you name and in the ways in which you articulate it – that I am compelled to explore this calling with you." Read more.

From The Standing Committee:

A Note on Bishop Nominations

September 5, 2023

Dear friends in Christ,

Last month, we wrote to you to announce the addition of a nominee by petition to the slate for our bishop election on September 30. Since then, we have received a number of questions about the different ways we have received nominations for bishop. We hope that this letter will answer these questions and provide helpful information about the process of electing a bishop in the Episcopal Church.

In most bishop elections, including ours, there are three ways of receiving nominations:

  • Nominees can self-nominate.
  • Nominees can be presented to the nominating committee by members of the diocese.
  • Nominees can be placed on the slate by a petition process, which replaces an older custom of taking nominations from the floor of an electing convention. 

The Holy Spirit works through each of these forms of nomination, and none is superior to the others. The House of Bishops includes bishops whose election resulted from each of these nominating processes, and here in Southern Ohio, we are especially blessed to have nominees who have come to us in each of these ways.

  • Three nominees— the Rev. Canon Whitney Rice, the Rev. Dr. Elaine Ellis Thomas, and the Rev. Canon Kristin White—were self-nominated. 

  • The Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers was nominated by the Rev. Philip DeVaul, Church of the Redeemer, Cincinnati; Lauren Faller, St. Christopher’s, Fairborn; John Harris, St. Simon of Cyrene, Lincoln Heights; the Rev. Canon Lee Anne Reat (retired); and the Rev. Vicki Zust, St. Mark’s, Columbus.

  • The Rev. Dr. José Rodríguez was nominated by petition, a process that required six canonically resident clergy co-nominators and six lay co-nominators who are delegates to the Diocese of Southern Ohio’s 2023 Annual Convention. One of these nominators was required to be designated as the primary nominator. 

Dr. Rodríguez’s primary nominator was the Venerable Paul Scanlan, St. Paul’s, Logan. His co-nominators were: the Rev. Jean Cotting, Christ Church, Xenia; Janet Lewis, St. Alban’s, Bexley; the Rev. Emmanuel Tuyishime, New Hope, East Dayton; Anne Shuff, Christ Church, Ironton; the Rev. Dr. David Bailey, St. Francis, Springboro; the Rev. Deacon Susan Riis, St. James, Zanesville; Jim Davis, St. Thomas, Terrace Park; Susan Cissel, St. George’s, Dayton; the Rev. Jason Prati, All Saints, New Albany; Mary Evelyn Hammond, St. Barnabas, Montgomery; Dana Cunningham; St. Paul’s, Oakwood (Dayton).

Next week, we will welcome all of our bishop nominees to the diocese for meet-and-greet sessions. We hope that you will make plans to attend at least one of the sessions, either in person or online. You can learn more about the meet-and-greets on the bishop search website and sign up for childcare by the end of the day today.

Between now and the day we will elect the next bishop of Southern Ohio, we invite you to join us in praying for our nominees, our electors, and our entire diocese. May God strengthen and shield us all as we seek to do God’s will.

Almighty God, giver of every good gift: Look graciously on your Church, and so guide the minds of those who shall choose a bishop for this Diocese, that we may receive a faithful pastor, who will care for your people and equip us for our ministries; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. (Book of Common Prayer, 818)

Yours faithfully,

The Standing Committee of the Diocese of Southern Ohio

Dr. James Allsop, President

Dr. Elizabeth Barker

The Rev. Jed Dearing, Secretary

Mr. Barry Feist

The Rev. Canon Scott Gunn

The Rev. David Kendall-Sperry, Vice President

Read this letter on the Bishop Search website.

Clothes Closet Donations - Update

We are now accepting Fall and Winter clothing

but you must contact Mother Suzanne or

the Parish Office prior to dropping off clothing.

Thank you to every one who contributes

to this important community ministry!

Please DO NOT leave clothing without first contacting the Parish Office or Mother Suzanne

The Clothes Closet

Special Needs

we are short on

Soap, Deodorant, and Disposable Shavers

Other special current needs include:

  • Sheets / Pillow Cases / Blankets

You can bring donations of these items to the parish office.

(Other items, please contact

the parish office or Mother Suzanne first.)

Thank you for all who brought in "Kroger" plastic bags.

Please keep them coming!

Thank You for your Support of this Ministry!

Sign Up to Donate

Altar Flowers

If you would like to donate altar flowers in memory of, or in honor of someone special, please contact Sue Samoviski at or 513-478-8918 to reserve a date.

Remember, you may choose to call a florist to order these flowers, or you can purchase your flowers at the grocery store and make two arrangements for the altar. Or, you could provide flowers from your garden or potted plants. Clear plastic vases are available at church if you need them or you can arrange them directly into the altar vases.

Another option is to send a monetary donation to Trinity in lieu of flowers and in memory of or in honor of your loved ones. If you do that, please be sure to let Sue know the dedication of your donation.

Worship In-Person at

Trinity Episcopal Church

115 North 6th Street

Hamilton, OH

Sunday, September 17th

Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost

Holy Eucharist Rite I - No Music

in the Sanctuary

8:30 AM

Holy Eucharist Rite II - Music

in the Sanctuary

10:30 AM


Worship Online

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on Facebook

Click here for Facebook Live

Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost

Sunday, September 17th

Morning Prayer – 9:30 a.m.


Mondays Thru Saturdays

A Word and A Prayer – 9:30 a.m.

Every Evening

Compline – 8:30 p.m.

Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost

September 17, 2023

Proper 19 | Year A | RCL


Exodus 14:19-31

Exodus 15:1b-11,20-21

Romans 14:1-12

Matthew 18:21-35

Click on the Scripture to read along.

Collect: O God, because without you we are not able to please you, mercifully grant that your Holy Spirit may in all things direct and rule our hearts; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

This Week at Trinity

Wednesday, September 13

Pastors' Poverty Meeting -- 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM – Fellowship Hall

Parish Office Open -- 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Clothes Closet -- 10:00 AM to Noon – Basement

NA Meeting Wednesday -- 7:00 PM – Fellowship Hall

Thursday, September 14

Bishop Nominee Meet & Greet -- 7:00 PM – St. Margaret's, Trotwood

NA Women’s Group -- 7:00 PM – Fellowship Hall

Friday, September 15

Parish Office Closed

AA Meeting Friday -- 8:30 PM – Fellowship Hall

Sunday, September 17 - Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost

Holy Eucharist Rite I - No Music -- 8:30 AM – Sanctuary

Holy Eucharist Rite II - Music -- 10:30 AM – Sanctuary

Monday, September 18

Parish Office Open -- 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Clothes Closet -- 10:00 AM to Noon – Basement

Higher Power Discussion Meeting -- 7:30 PM – Fellowship Hall

Tuesday, September 19

Bible Study -- 12:45 PM – Memorial Room

Vestry Meeting -- 6:45 PM – Fellowship Hall

Wednesday, September 20

Parish Office Open -- 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Clothes Closet -- 10:00 AM to Noon – Basement

NA Meeting Wednesday -- 7:00 PM – Fellowship Hall

Thursday, September 21

NA Women’s Group -- 7:00 PM – Fellowship Hall

Friday, September 22

Parish Office Closed

AA Meeting Friday -- 8:30 PM – Fellowship Hall

Sunday, September 24 - Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost

Holy Eucharist Rite I - No Music -- 8:30 AM – Sanctuary

Holy Eucharist Rite II - Music -- 10:30 AM – Sanctuary

Trinity Gathering to Discuss Bishop Nominees - 7:00 PM - Dohn's Home


We encourage you to remember these people

on their special days!

If we don't have your birth or marriage dates,

please contact the office.


Tom Woods - 9/1

Tina Chandler - 9/2

Jan Cornell - 9/5

Lauren Marsh - 9/9

Jackie Parrish - 9/20

Peggy Ziegler - 9/21

Brad Vanoss - 9/23


John & Janice Vanderplough - 9/1/73

Dustin & Heather Smith - 9/12/09

Tom & Ginny Woods - 9/20/80

Beth & Chuck Blaylock - 9/21/19

Prayer List

If there is someone you would like

to include on or remove from the list,

please email the Parish Office at

Prayer requests for:

  • Herm Lorance
  • For Tina Wilder, niece of Mary Jo (a customer in the Clothes Closet), who was diagnosed with stage-4 cancer.
  • For Sarah Tennent and her family on the sudden loss of Sarah's partner Craig Pollard, with whom she was expecting their second child in December. (Friends of Jeff Jordan's friend Vicki).
  • Deb Oskin for her upcoming hip surgery (Friend of Mother Suzanne)
  • For Linda Deish Chesher for recovery from a fall and a broken hip
  • Sarah Ruston and her son, Tom
  • For the Vanoss Family
  • The Rev. Terri Thornton who is recovering foot surgery
  • Dave Bahlmann, brother of Mike Bahlmann
  • The Rev. Deacon LindaMae Watkins
  • Caitlin Bomar - wife of the Priest-in-Charge at Diane Line's church
  • Chrissy Rose
  • For Vic Russo for healing from back surgery
  • Mary Kay Kroner, friend of Jennifer Elliott
  • Nancy Compton, friend of Kathy Smith
  • Candra
  • Ginny Woods
  • Peggy Ziegler
  • For Jeff, Brother of Kim Jewett
  • For Mark and Nathaniel Smith, and for Lois
  • Ryan Moore, Terri Comer's son
  • Ken Huelsman
  • Susan Tarbuck
  • Tina Chandler - for her recovery
  • Marge and Dave Belew
  • Nella Hurst, friend of Mike and Sue Samoviski
  • Carol and family, Stephanie Nowak's best friend and her family
  • Casey Graff
  • Chris Chesire
  • Diane Line
  • Goldie, mother of Pat Combs
  • Steven Palmer
  • Barbara and Michael Clifton
  • Rita Stanton
  • Pam and Terry Hurst
  • Carl and Mary Bishop
  • Beth and Chuck Blaylock
  • Kevin and Conner Wolff. Kevin is Dean King's godson; Conner is Kevin's father
  • Joan King
  • Tom King
  • Tom Snow, brother of Linda Griffin
  • Tony Plunkett
  • Tim Tidwell
  • Haley, Anne Elberfeld’s daughter
  • Our Nation
  • Ed Wendell, friend of Diane Line
  • Gregg, friend of Diane Line
  • Wesley and Mary Kay
  • Bob, father-in-law of Diane Line and father of Chris Cheshire
  • Bruce, nephew of Pam Bates
  • Doug Ottke, friend of Ginny and Tom Woods
  • Nancy Blaylock, mother of Chuck and mother-in-law of Beth
  • Carol Paschal and her family
  • Lee and Debbie Schutte, friends of Ginny and Tom Woods
  • Bill, Amy, William and Jordan
  • Daniel Spring, great nephew of Joan and Dean King
  • The sister of Heather Komnenovich
  • Anne Cole
  • Janice Stratton, aunt of Michelle Anderson
  • John and Linda Diesh Chesher
  • Russ Thompson
  • Tom Wilson
  • Georgia Adams
  • Richard Issacs
  • Heather Komnenovich
  • Jim and Joann Miller, friends of Joan and Dean King
  • Stephanie Woods
  • Linda and James Noble
  • For Ukraine
  • For Peace
  • Sue and Ken Lawrence
  • Jackie Huelsman
  • Mac
  • For Jan and Bridgid Cornell
  • Carol Jones
  • Mary and Hannah Caskey
  • Leslie and Warren Grossklaus
  • Bill Thaman
  • Dennis Jerdey - cousin of Ginny Woods
  • Christy Brown
  • Bob Ross

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P.O. Box 851

Hamilton, OH 45012

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Mother Suzanne:

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Parish Leadership

TRINITY STAFF                                                                  VESTRY OFFICERS

  The Rev. Suzanne LeVesconte, Rector                                  Jennifer Elliott, Senior Warden

  Pam Bates, Sexton                                                    ......... Tom Woods, General Treasurer

Chrissy Rose Receptionist   ..............................................Jan Cornell, Investment Treasurer

  Jennifer Elliott, Music Director .............................................


Pat Combs, Terri Comer, Jan Cornell, Jennifer Gattermeyer, Linda Griffin,

Kim Jewett, Vicki Riddle, Vic Russo, Sarah Ruston

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