August 2019 – Issue 7
Welcome to the “TEC TALK” Newsletter! We hope to provide you
with information about upcoming events and other items of
interest. Your feedback and suggestions are welcome.
Please contact Edie Kirk at email@example.com
Extreme Tour, an inspirational community experience featuring interaction with youth through music (our own Seth Newton) and activities, has arrived at the Davis House/Living Room and is already connecting with youth throughout Ware. They will perform a free concert on July 31st from 3 – 8 pm featuring uplifting rock music for all ages, at the Grenville Park Bandshell and Pavilion. The concert is rain or shine. Your help is needed to make food and to help at the concert! Barb Newton is coordinating this visit – please contact Barb if you can donate food or have an hour or two to help at the concert!
Gillian, Pat and Bill are Mending!
Please continue to keep Gillian Peckham, Pat Turley, and Bill Andresen in your prayers.
They are all mending well, however, our prayers, phone calls and cards are appreciated!
National Night Out – Ware – August 6th!
Trinity Church will have a table at the Ware “National Night Out” in Grenville Park Tuesday, August 6th, from 6 – 8 pm. This event, sponsored by the Town of Ware, is a national event held to bring people together for fun. There will be entertainment, food, games, and lots of opportunities to meet NEW friends and neighbors. If you would like to volunteer at the table, please let Edie know. Or just come and have fun at the event!
Newcomer’s Committee – August 7th:
The committee will hold its first meeting on Wednesday, August 7th at 7 pm in Mary’s office. Anyone interested in sharing ideas about welcoming and incorporating newcomers into our Trinity family is invited to come.
August Diaper Drive – August 24th:
Volunteers are needed to help with the Diaper Drive to be held August 24th at Walmart from 9 am – 3 pm. We’ll be collecting diapers AND back to school clothing for children (any sizes-girls and boys). If you can help for one or two hours, collecting diapers and other donations please contact Edie. Your help would be deeply appreciated!
Fair and Flea – Sept 21st:
Trinity Church will again be participating in the Annual Fair and Flea from 9 am to 3 pm on Sept 21st at the Ware Meeting House and Museum. We need your “antiques and treasures” to sell at this event as a Trinity fundraiser. Last year, church members donated jewelry, dishes, holiday items, toys and more. Please start gathering items you are willing to donate for this one-day market. Edie Kirk will collect them in early September. Volunteers are also needed to work at the Fair and Flea from 9 – noon and noon – 3.
Next Vestry meeting:
The next meeting is August 13th in Morrill Hall at 6:30 pm. All members of Trinity are welcome to attend.
June and July Fundraiser Car Washes:
Two car washes held on June 1st and July 20th raised over $750! Thanks to all who washed cars and made signs. Great job everyone!
CPR Course Held in July:
Nine people participated in this free course including a deaf couple. The instructor was paid by a grant that enables Trinity to offer several courses to community members at no cost.
“First Monday” Diaper Distribution:
The Jubilee Diaper Ministry is open the first Monday of the month (unless it is a holiday) from 4 – 6. If anyone is available August 5th to help, please contact Edie at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Birthdays for August:
Rae Banigan, Matt Chagnon, Chris Jeffrey, Robert Krasnecky, Darby Warburton, Connor Andrews – Happy Birthday to all!!
Chuckle for today!
A fellow is walking in a Big Game Park and he realizes he is being stalked by a lion. He starts running as fast as he can, gets very tired, and realizes he cannot outrun a lion; so, he says this prayer. “Lord, please turn this lion into a Christian”. He turns to see if the lion is still after him and he sees that the lion is on its knees. The man thinks his prayer must have worked, and he decides to go over to the lion. As he nears the lion, he sees that it is praying, and he is delighted. Then he hears the lion’s prayer. “Thank you, Lord, for the food I am about to receive.”