The Rev. Peter E. Bushnell, Rector


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August 12 – 13, 2017

Saturday August 12
5 pm Contemporary Service
New series: Life is ____.
part 2: Life is: “to Love Others”
Celebrant: Fr. Peter Bushnell

Sunday, August 13
8 am and 10 am services with Holy Eucharist
Celebrant: Fr. Peter Bushnell
12-3 pm:Alex’s Fundraiser-see below

August 13,  Cycle of Prayer: 
Audrey and Dwayne Cushing and family, Mary Jo Dawson, Lorenzo and KoriAnn DiBacco and family

Fr. Peter will be on vacation the next 2 weeks.  Please call the office for any referrals.

Saturday, August 19
5 pm, Contemporary Service
Evening Prayer
Life Is ____
part 3:” to Trust God.

Sunday, August 20
8 am and 10 am Morning Prayer

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Alex’s Fundraiser
Sunday August 13th

“The Alex Fisher Foundation aims to bring awareness to the dangers of using and abusing any type of drug, especially because of the seemingly increased addition of fentanyl.  We want everyone to realize drugs do not discriminate based on age, race, gender or social class, and can be fatal even during the first use.  The proceeds will be going to drug awareness, education, scholarships, and kindness awards.”

One of the missions of Holy Trinity Church is Community Outreach.  We are looking for your assistance to help us in this mission as we participate in The Alex Fisher Foundation Fundraiser on Sunday, August 13 from 12 pm – 6 pm at Pleasant View in Somers.  There will be hamburgs, hot dogs and chicken.  Featured musicians will include Sage King, Equinox and Erin Michelle and Bamblusion.

Our church will be running a booth creating Kindness Rocks for the community.  We will need 3 volunteers for each hour to make this a successful mission.  Please sign up in the back of the church.

Tickets for the event purchased ahead of time are $20 or $25 at the door.  Call Kelly Fisher at 860-305-3075 or email her at Kelly@thealexfisherfoundation.org


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Backpack for Kids Day!
For more information about Backpack for Kids Day!, and how you can
volunteer, contact Ryan Obedzinski,
ERfC Manager of Community Engagement & Partnerships at

robedzinski@erfc.us
860-253-9935

www.erfcinc.org

The Enfield community wants to make sure all kids are ready to succeed
on the
first day of school.
New backpacks and supplies will be available for Enfield families who
need assistance getting kids ready for school.

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Wrestling with Angels

Join us at 6:30 for a pot
luck supper in the
Johnson Room, with the video and discussion
beginning at 7pm.


Next meeting dates are;
September 14th “How Do I Forgive and Get On With My Life?

This six part series
tackles head-on the kind of tough real-life questions that can help lead
a person into a deeper understanding of God. Each episode features
ordinary people sharing their experiences of struggling with these faith
questions. Their stories are interwoven with reflections and commentary
by some of the best-selling Christian authors of our time.
All are welcome to come and share a time of good food, discussion and
fellowship.
For more information, please contact Kathryn Bushnell at 860-402-5275.

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“Bottle Up Against Hunger”

Fund Raiser
Enfield Loaves and Fishes
(Soup Kitchen) is

Looking for your help to “Bottle Up Against Hunger” during the ummer. Please drop off your recycle bottles and cans at Enfield Loaves  and Fishes during the months of July, August, and Sept at 28 Prospect
Street at the back door on Thompson Court. Other drop of areas, are Enfield Fire Dept. 200 Phoenix Ave., Enfield Fire District 1, 199 Weymouth Rd., Thompsonville Fire Dept. 35 North Main St., North Thompsonville Fire Dept. 439 Enfield St., and Shaker Pines Fire Dept. 37 Bacon Rd. Enfield CT.. Any questions call Priscilla 860-741-0226 or email

pbelf@aol.com
Murray Brayson
President
Enfield Loaves and Fishes, Inc.
28 Prospect Street/ PO Box 544
Enfield, CT 06082
(860)-741-0226
“Hunger Has No Season”

www.enfieldloavesandfishes.com

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Prayer Lists

Please pray for those on our Healing, Supportive and Honoring Prayer list

The healing list is for a period of two months, supportive for 6 months and the honoring is indefinite. If your person is in need of continued prayer, they will be moved to the supportive (six months) or the honoring (indefinite) Contact the parish office for more info.

Healing Prayer List

Maria Renna, Steve Pelletier, Ashley, Beth Grimaldi, Ann and Bill Cummings, Jason  Phillips, Jerry and Irene Campbell, Judy, Dave Cimino, Idys Lynch, Len, Matt Sweeney, Deborah Soricelli, Eve, Louis Wheat, Andrew Turner, Debbie Murray, Grady Family, Baby David, Janet  Gawle, Andrew Kearney, Maya and Christopher Maggiore, Scott Ouellette, Jean Pike, Sally Ann Cooley, Lisa Herrick, Stacy Dolan, Donna, Stacy, Maureen Longo, Joslyn Morby, Peter and Shirley O’Keefe, Michael Boucher,  Brenda Roy, Sean Wilby, MJ Dawson, Joan Botellio, Bill Carlander, Ashley Watson, Lou Ann Adams, Jeanne Smith,  Maggie O’Neil, Sue Hunt.

Supportive Prayer List

Mabel and Ralph Carrozzo, Diane Gowdy, Bill Killeen,  Brendan and Lyndsay  witchel, Morgan Wilby, Tyler, Bob Luipold, Bette Drake, Beverly Christensen, Wade Wilby, Shirley Amell, Susan Hayden. Jackie  Ouellette, Dorothy Pearse,  Gay Veit, Shanon Crabtree, Mary and  Dick Kaupin.

Honoring Prayer List

Hartland Gifford, Wanda Sanger, Ann Duren, Bob Parks, Robert Aaron, Charles, Scott Owen, Eileen Biklen, Georgette Schober, Beverly Nuccio, Betty Broderick,  Paul Sarges Jr., Ronda Potter, Steven Portuese, Susie Nelson, Anna Gilbert, Helen Larson, Margaret Bennett.

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