This Sunday’s Gospel Luke 10:38-42
As Jesus and his disciples went on their way, Jesus entered a certain village, where a woman named Martha welcomed him into her home. She had a sister named Mary...[ continue reading ] . Weekly scriptures are from the Revised Common Lectionary ; passages are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible.
Join us at the Children’s Chapel on Sunday July 21 at 10:00 a.m.
We continue to offer the Children’s Chapel (pilot) during the 10:00 a.m. worship service through the summer. This week we will be learning about the Holy Family which includes Jesus, Mary, and Joseph...did you know that we are all a part of the Holy Family too? Please join us as we play, sing, and learn together. Questions? Contact Aaron Davis at 804.359.5628 ext. 15
Three Sopranos CD now Available
If you were unable to be at the church to hear the Three Sopranos in concert earlier this year, you can get a CD of their fantastic performance. Contact Beth Davis for your copy and invite a friend to church—they’ll want to attend after hearing the great music!
Chapel of the Resurrection: the Columbarium
Summer is a time for rest and retreat—yet it’s also a great time to update your personal estate plans. Should you wish to have your ashes committed at Grace & Holy Trinity church, the policies related to the Columbarium are available by downloading these documents . The clergy are happy to talk with you about your plans and you are encouraged to keep pertinent information on file in the church office.

Parishioners in the News
Do you have good news to share with your church family? Please let us know! Two families from Grace and Holy Trinity were recently featured in neighborhood publications. You can read more about the Telfian family and the Lord-Pawson family by downloading these articles. We are so thankful that both talked about their GHTC involvement, which led to this article on the Red Door Ministry.

Lego Donations Needed
Our Christian Ed supplies are in need of Legos for our parish’s children to use in educational play. Any Legos at home you are tired of stepping on, or that your kids have outgrown? Please consider donating them to Grace & Holy Trinity’s Christian Ed program. Donations can be dropped off at Aaron Davis’s office at the church, and he is happy to answer any questions you might have via email or at 804-359-5628 ext. 15.

Thanks to Volunteer Parkers...more Summer Opportunities!
What a wonderful group–thanks to all the parishioners, Circles volunteers, and VCU students who have helped us earn as much as $420 in 60 to 90 minutes parking Altria theater patrons! Red Door, Campus Ministry, CirclesRVA, Belize missions, and the general work of the church have all benefitted this year. Here are a handful of additional volunteer opportunities for the summer and the contact person:
- Fri., July 20, Carol Burnett at 7:30 p.m. for Circles-
- Fri., Aug. 2, Jim Gaffigan at 7:00 p.m. for Campus Ministry-
- Sat., Aug. 3, Tim Allen at 8:00 p.m. for Missionary Society-
- Thurs., Aug. 22, the Temptations at 8:00 p.m. for Campus Ministry -
Again, thank you to all those who have helped! Our goal is to have each person volunteer just one or two times per year. If you volunteer, we try hard not to request your help again and again.
Aug. 17 | Service of Lament, Reconciliation and Commitment
In response to the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans in Virginia, a service of Lament, Reconciliation and Commitment will occur at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 17 at St. John's Church (2401 E. Broad St.). The service will be preceded by approximately 20 minutes of music by a joint regional choir. If you are interested in participating in the choir, contact Jim Bennett at 804.90.1238. Those interested in joining in the service as a reader, prayer minister or lay eucharistic minister may contact David Curtis by August 1.

ReVive Training Rescheduled to Aug. 30
Because of electrical issues (and our impromptu grill fest on July 5) the Naloxone opioid overdose training has been rescheduled to Friday, Aug. 30 at 2:00 p.m.
Feed My Rams on Wednesdays Begins Aug. 21
One of the best ways that GHTC continues to support our neighbors at VCU is by feeding college students during our Wednesday Lunch program SeRVAnt. This fall we have planned the menu for the semester and are asking individuals to sign up to bring enough of each item, vegan/vegetarian entrees, sides, dessert and drinks for 5-10 students. If you aren’t sure how to make an item you can click on the document and it will take you to a recipe. If you have questions or concerns you can contact The Rev. Kim Reinholz . Food can be dropped off on Sunday or delivered on Wednesday; you can also donate the cost of food and we will purchase the items for you. This is the most direct way that GHTC supports campus ministry whose program budget is provided by The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia. Sign up here Thank you for your continued support of Episcopal Campus Ministry at VCU.