Apalachicola, Florida................................................................July 12, 2019
July Services at Trinity
Feature Guest Priests

We are grateful to have former Trinity Priests leading us
in Sunday Worship
until we welcome
The Rev. Eric Zile as our new
Priest on Sunday, August 4.

July 14 -- Martha Harris
July 21 -- David Luckett
July 28 -- Martha Harris

Readings for Sunday, July 14, 2019 , the Fifth Sunday after Pentecost.
Readings for Sunday, July 21, 2019 , the Sixth Sunday after Pentecost.

Coffee Hour 'Vacation' Continues Through July

As we take a break from our traditional food-laden Coffee Hour table, we haven't abandoned our enjoyment of each other's company after Church. Three regulars (left), shared stories of golf games, travel adventures, and local news last Sunday. Over a cup of coffee, of course. A few plates of cookies found their way to the table as well. Full Coffee Hour will resume on Sunday August 4, when we welcome the Rev. Eric Zile.

Trinity Leadership at Work

Our Memorial Garden
In this past Sunday’s reading from Luke, Martha pointed out one particular passage that brought back a special memory of her time in the Seminary. 

“The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore, ask the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest”.

With this passage in mind, we are prayerfully seeking to add additional members to the Memorial Garden Committee in order to help with the ongoing maintenance and future planning of our beautiful garden. If you have an interest in becoming a member of the committee, please contact Patti McCartney or Gary Ulrich.

On a different note, Trinity will have elections this coming December, in order to replace the outgoing Vestry members. The members rotating off are: Patti McCartney, Paul McAbee and Gary Ulrich. Please consider using your time and talents to support the congregation’s ministry, by becoming a member of the Vestry.

-- Gary Ulrich, Senior Warden 
Progress at Penny’s Worth

Last Wednesday (July 10) the carpet at Penny's Worth had a good cleaning. Next Monday a cleaning service will spend three or four days making it spotless. Opening date is still set for August 6.

Our biggest problem is keeping items off the porch that do not belong. There is a sign asking that people not leave items; however, it happens occasionally. When it does, someone has to clean off the items and throw them away - such a waste - but we just can’t put out for sale items that have been thrown on the floor.

You can do your part, if you like, by checking by Penny's Worth every so often and if you see anything on the porch, please feel free to take it and put it in the garbage cans out in the alley.
Looking forward to our opening up on August 6. Enjoy the rest of your summer. Thanks again for all you do for Trinity Church and Penny's Worth. God bless. 

-- Penny's Worth Board  
Coming Soon --
Updated Church Directory

Since we first published our new, online Church Directory a few months ago, there have been a few updates. Watch your email early next week when you will receive your own version. Actually, due to several requests for a listing only version (no photos), you will receive two separate emails -- one will include the full-color photo version; the other will include a streamlined, listing only (no photos) version.

Each email message will explain how you can download and save to a file or to your desktop and/or print your own copy. Printed copies will be mailed to those who do not use email.
Trinity Parishioners
Enjoy Summer
Family Vacations
Ginger & Barry Lawson , along with children & grandchildren (above) , enjoyed a family vacation in Croatia in June.

Jane & Ron Harris, (right) kept the sun out of their eyes on the beach during the 52nd Annual Callaham family beach trip in North Carolina.
Susan Richardson, Noted Apalachicola Artist

As most of you know, Susan Richardson, an acclaimed artist and Apalachicola resident, died recently. In tribute to Susan's life and art, a Retrospective Show and Sale of Original Paintings & Prints will open at the Live Oak Gallery, 156 Market Street in Apalachicola on Saturday, July 13, 5-8 pm.

Susan's fondness for the cats and dogs of Apalachicola is reflected in her wishes that a portion of silent auction proceeds during the opening reception will benefit the Franklin County Humane Society. The Retrospective Show will continue daily: July 14th - 20th, 11 am - 6 pm. A memorial service is being planned, but details are not yet available.
July 2019
If you have a conflict, please get someone to cover for you
and call the office with the changes.
July 14
Acolyte: 10:30-Paul McAbee
Lectors: Ralph Wagoner & Tom Edwards
Prayers: Susan Galloway
Greeters: Steve Watkins & Karen Brown
Chalice: John & Dee Crusoe
Healing: Kristin Anderson
Flowers: Dee Crusoe
Altar Guild: Susie Wagoner & Aglaia Dolan
Hospitality: Vestry

July 21
Acolyte: 10:30-Debbie Flowers
Lectors: Chris Clark & Susan Galloway
Prayers: Nancy Totman
Greeters: Ralph & Susie Wagoner
Chalice: Brooks Jones & Candace Springer
Healing: Kristin Anderson
Flowers: Wesley Chesnut
Altar Guild: Susie Wagoner & Aglaia Dolan   
Hospitality: ECW
Sunday Services are 8 am & 10:30 am, Eastern time

Church address: 79 6th Street, Apalachicola, Florida 32320
Office address: 76 5th Street, Apalachicola, Florida 32320
Mailing address: PO Box 667, Apalachicola, Florida 32329

Phone number: (850) 653-9550