February 12, 2019
Join us for Supper This Week
Wednesday night programming continues this week with Evening Prayer at 5:30 pm in Keenan Chapel, supper at 5:45 pm in Satterlee Hall, and formation class, “God’s Story, Our Story, Your Story,” at 6:15 pm in Satterlee Hall. For class details, the supper menu, and to register, click here.
Trinity Foundation Event This Evening
There will be a Trinity Foundation Celebration this evening ( Tuesday, February 12) at 5:30 pm in Satterlee Hall. The celebration will feature "A Taste of Broadway" by the Trinity Cathedral Girls Choir, wine, heavy hors d'oeuvres, and The Right Rev'd Charles Duvall as the guest speaker. Please RSVP to legacybuilders@trinitysc.org.
Assistance for Displaced Residents of Allen Benedict Court
Many churches, schools, and civic organizations are mobilizing to provide immediate relief for displaced residents. Recognizing there will be long term needs for this community, Trinity Cathedral is assessing the best avenues for that long term support. Canon Dorian has been in conversation with St. Luke's Episcopal and other organizations in the immediate community. If you feel a call to help coordinate this response or learn best ways to support immediate relief, please contact Canon Dorian at dorian@trinitysc.org
Daughters of the Holy Cross Leadership Nominations
The Daughters of the Holy Cross is celebrating its 125th Anniversary this year. Throughout these many years, the women of Trinity have served each other, the parish, and our community through leadership and outreach ministries. It is an honor and a privilege to be a part of this group of women, and ALL women at Trinity are welcome and are a part of this ministry.

We would like you to consider serving in a leadership role or nominating some one who is interested in becoming more involved. The Nominating Committee is seeking nominations for President-Elect, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer for the 2020 DHC Board. Please prayerfully consider nominations and submit to DbAyers64@gmail.com  Nominations are open through March.
Daughters of the Holy Cross General Meeting
What is meant by the term “spiritual gifts”? Who has them and how do we know if we possess them? How do we use them for the benefit of our church family? Come to the Daughters of the Holy Cross General Meeting in Satterlee Hall on Monday, February 25, to hear our 1980 Daughters President and present-day Volunteer Coordinator Beebe James answer these questions! Social will begin at 11 am and the program at 11:30 am. Click here to register in advance.
Elsie Lamar Meeting This Evening
There will be an Elsie Lamar chapter meeting this evening (February 12) at 6:30 pm at Sarah Anne Knowlton's home (1634 Roslyn Drive). Mopsy Crawford will be presenting on pastoral care. Please bring a salad, dessert or bottle of wine to share.
The Areopagus
The next Aropagus presentation will be Sunday, February 24. Erin Roberts, Associate Professor of Religion at USC will be speaking on "The Sources of Virtue." A light reception will be held at 4:45 pm followed by the presentation at 5:10 pm. Please invite your friends and neighbors to join you.
Men of Trinity Spring In Town Retreat
Join the Men of Trinity for its In Town Retreat being held on Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9. The retreat will begin on Friday night with discussions and a cookout at Trinity and continue Saturday morning at Belle Grove Plantation. Click here to register online. Cost is $50.
Finding God's Path
Everyone is faced with making difficult decisions. Should I change jobs? How can I address a family challenge? Where is God leading me? How do I discern God’s will for my life? A small group of Trinity members is now available to assist those who desire to make challenging decisions in a way that is informed by their faith. The name of this ministry, Finding God’s Path, is based on Psalm 25.4, which says, “Make me to know your ways, O Lord; teach me your paths.” For more information about Finding God’s Path, click here or contact Norah Grimball (803.361.3437 or ntgrimball@gmail.com).
Project 139
Join us March 22-23 as we start the conversation to help make mental wellness a part of our everyday experience. We will have a professional panel of speakers to highlight symptoms of depression, anxiety, eating disorders and addiction. They will help facilitate general discussions on how and when to seek help for these concerns.

This program is open to all adults and to children and youth 5 th grade and older. We encourage children and parents to attend together. (Where appropriate, we may consider allowing children and youth to attend alone. For questions about this, contact us.) Click here to register and to learn more.
Cursillo #139 Registration
Cursillo #139 registration is underway for February 21-24 at the Gravatt Conference center. This is a great opportunity to finally experience Cursillo and for your pre-Lenten preparation. Space is limited, so please complete and submit your application. Click here for more information. Applications available here. Please feel free to contact the Lay Rector, Rusty Miller at Rustymiller36@gmail.com
Race for the Place 5K
The Homeless No More Race for the Place 5K and Fun Run will be Saturday, February 23, 2019. Join Trinity's Team. Click here to register.
Usher Schedule
Click here to view the 2019 Usher Schedule. For questions, contact West Summers at 587.5845 or jwestsummers3@gmail.com .
Worship Services for Sunday, February 17
Sixth Sunday After The Epiphany

7:45 am: Holy Eucharist Rite I
 
9:00 am: Holy Eucharist Rite II

11:15 am: Holy Eucharist Rite I

4:00 pm: Choral Evensong
 

11:15 am: Holy Eucharist Rite II

6:00 pm: Holy Eucharist Rite II
Parish Registry
Births :

Knud Nielson, grandson of +Beth & +Bud Kibler (2/5)  

Deaths :

Penelope Janet Hitchcock Thomas , mother of +Emma Dean (2/3)

George William Dargan , father of +Cricket Newman (2/9)

Barbara Loux , mother of +Lisa Budd (2/10)

+ notes Trinity member.
Weekly Financial Update

Our receipts for the period 2/2/19 - 2/8/19 were $47,320.50. Click here to view the December 2018 Financials.