Cheryl Tucker, Honorary Regent and Constitution Week Chair for The George Washington Chapter of the National Society of the American Revolution (DAR), Founded on June 17, 1895 in Galveston, Texas, has provided posters to Trinity School students commemorating the 233rd year of the signing of the Constitution and to honor the memory of the brave men and women who secured our nation’s independence and the liberties we enjoy today.
 
At 2:00 p m. on Thursday, September 17, a Trinity student will ring the big church bell on the garth in celebration of this day in history. All are invited to attend. Proudly display your American flag this week.

The beautiful, ornate stained glass doors across from the organ console were the original front doors from the George Seeligson home, formerly at 1220 Avenue H, where the George Washington Chapter, the first DAR chapter in Texas, was founded in June of 1895. A plaque marking this distinction is on the hall side of the doors.
ONLINE WORSHIP ONLY CONTINUES
Due to the resurgence of the Corona 19 virus, In-person worship services at Trinity will be suspended until further notice. We hope that each of you will continue to watch our online services on Sundays at 8:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Online Worship Schedule
Watch Worship Services
at 8:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
each Sunday via Facebook Live

Wednesday Evening Prayer (5:30 p.m.) and
Thursday's Healing Service (6:30 p.m.) both posted via Facebook Live too!

(Please follow link to access Trinity Episcopal Church Facebook page)

Worship Service documents and a weekly video of the 10:30 a.m. service also available on the Trinity website at www.trinitygalv.org


The Flowers on the Altar this Sunday are dedicated to the Glory of God and
in loving memory of Amy Ferguson,
and those who were
injured or died in the 9/11/2001 attacks, and for all those celebrating birthdays this week.

The music at this service is provided by
Mr. Ron Wyatt

The solo at this service is sung by Mr. Roy Flores, tenor, a member of the Trinity Episcopal Church choir.
Download Worship Service and follow along!
15th Sunday after Pentecost - Morning Prayer - Rite I
(8:00 a.m. service)

15th Sunday after Pentecost - Morning Prayer - Rite II
(10:30 a.m. service)
Also recorded and posted on www.trinitygalv.org

15th Sunday after Pentecost - Morning Prayer - Rite II
(5:30 p.m. service)
Pre-recorded and posted on FaceBook
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FaceBook Page anytime after the Lesson is posted
(Saturday afternoons) 

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It’s fun, for the whole family! 

BIRTHDAYS THIS WEEK
9/07 – Walter Meyer        
9/13 – Hans Haglund
9/13 – Adrian Hudson
9/14 – Carla Swanson
9/19 – Andrew "Drew" Charpentier
9/19 – Carolyn Zendeh Del 
PRAYERS OF HEALING:
Fred Burns, Ragna Case, Mary Cooper, John Clyburn, Leta Higgins, David Hughes, Joy Incaprera, Judy Kelso, Bill Kennard, Craig Morgan, Stewart Morris, Sr., Michael Pistone, Fellman Seinsheimer, Bill Smith, Bill Taylor, and all who have been afflicted with the Corona virus.


PRAYERS FOR THOSE IN MILITARY SERVICE:
John R. Kelley, John Kelso, Jr ,
Bo Lollar, David Middleton and John Wilkinson.

OUR ONGOING PRAYERS ARE REQUESTED FOR
Please notify the office if your loved ones and/or friends have recovered.
Doug McLeod, Wayne Pagan, Samitha Edwards, Sally West, Stacy Haynes, Roger Lindsey, Margaret Lee, Leo Mack, Leta Higgins, Robert Lefeber, Ruben Rincon, Ellen Parkey, Sissy Howell, Brad Thomas, Peggy McMullen, Mary Cooper, David Edwards, Karen Rudenberg, Belva Funke, Frances Townsend, Mindy Bollinger, Phillip Head, Billy Garrison, and Kyle Brown.

FOR ALL WHO GRIEVE AND ALL WHO MOURN
especially those who were injured or those who died in the attacks on 9/11,
for the family of STEPHANIE MALLINGA,
 and the families of the victims of violence.


PRAYER FOR SCHOOLS
We offer our prayers for Trinity Episcopal School, Galveston Independent School District, and for all schools, administrators, teachers, staff, students and parents as they make decisions concerning the school year.
According to recent reports, Galveston is currently being underreported.

With the current public health crisis, now is more important than ever to get an accurate count for Galveston. 

While you are social distancing, be sure to complete the census online in the comfort of your own home.  

Visit 2020census.gov and say #YestotheCensus

#CountGalveston #census2020
September 21 - October 4, 2020

The Galveston Chapter of the Texas Restaurant Association, in partnership with the Galveston Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB), is hosting a Dine Out for Charity event September 21st through October 4th. This event will feature 3 lunch items and 3 dinner items that automatically will include a charitable donation to be distributed to several local community groups. 

The focus of the chosen charities is feeding, supporting, and enriching the health of the children and families of our community. The event is a beautiful opportunity for visitors to come to our Island, have a great culinary adventure, and continue to support the community just as they would have by attending one of our many festivals (cancelled due to Covid-19). 

Charities receiving a charitable donation: The Grand 1894 Opera House, Galveston County Food Bank, Ronald McDonald House, Resource Crisis Center, Family Service Center, & Teen Health Center.

For more information, a list of participating restaurants, and to donate, visit:



St. Vincent’s House Pantry
St. Vincent’s House has issued a special request for assistance with their food pantry. Please toss a few of these items in your grocery cart and drop them by the church office
BETWEEN 10 A.M. AND 4:00 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY.
Please do not leave items out on the steps.

If you are concerned about coming in the office,
just give us a call at 409-765-6317 and we will come out to your car.

Blessings and thanks for helping to make a difference.
Pop-top Foods 
  • Vienna Sausage
  • Tuna or Chicken (with or without crackers)
  • Peanut Butter or cheese crackers
  • Pork n Beans
  • Fruit cups
  • Nutra-Grain food bars
  • Protein Food Bars
  • Pop Tarts
  • Small individual cereals
  • Individual packs of Cookies
  • Powdered Milk
  • Individual pkg. meals
  • Kool Aid
  • Real fruit juices (not soda)
Personal Items
  • Soap (bars/bath gel)
  • Razors/Shaving Cream
  • Deodorant (Male/Female)
  • Toothbrushes/Toothpaste
  • Sanitary Napkins
  • Detergent (small)
  • Water Bottles
  • Diapers
st. vincents
William Temple Foundation aka "Willie T's" 
Ministers to UTMB Students During COVID 19
 
Even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Willie T’s has continued its support of local college students, though the program has changed to protect everyone’s health.
Before the virus outbreak, students gathered in Eaton Hall once a week for a meal cooked and served by volunteers in the building’s kitchen. Most made frequent use of the Willie T’s “study hall,” a quiet where they could read, research and recuperate away from the campus classroom environment.
Lately, though, the kitchen, dining hall and study room have been closed, and students drive by the west entry to Trinity Episcopal School to pick up a pre-cooked, pre-packaged meal every two weeks. Volunteers wear gloves, and their smiles are hidden behind face masks.
“We serve 40 or 50 meals every other week,” said Larissa Botik, Executive Director of the William Temple Foundation (aka Willie T’s). “We purchase them from local restaurants to help support the Galveston economy, and we work hard to keep everything safe for our students and volunteers alike.”
So far, food has come from Queen’s Barbecue, Gino’s Italian Restaurant, America’s Kitchen, Shy Katz and Sunflower Bakery.

Larissa W. Botik
Executive Director, William Temple Foundation


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