Fun and Fellowship

Dinner and Mary Poppins

Don’t forget about Ian Ferrell portraying the character of Bert in Mary Poppins on August 11.  There are still tickets available at the box office at Leeds Center of the Arts in Winchester, KY.  The plan is to meet for dinner at Hall’s on the River at 5:00 p.m. and then on to the theater to see Ian in Mary Poppins.  For more information, please see Ian Ferrell or Bill Jones.

 Parish Picnic  

The Parish Picnic will take place on Sunday, August 12 at 1:30 p.m. at Victoria Estates Pavilion located in Victoria Estates, located off US 460 toward Frankfort.  The entree will be provided by the Vestry.  A signup sheet to bring side dishes, salads, casseroles, drinks, desserts, etc. will be in the Parish Hall located on the center table.  Several kayaks will be available for those that would like to explore the lake.  You may also fish from the grass on a catch and release basis.  Please bring your own fishing equipment and bait if you plan on fishing.  For the competitive ones, there will be a Cornhole Tournament, so get your throwing arm in shape as trophies will be awarded.  Make plans for you and your family to join us for a day of fun, food and fellowship!

Happening this coming week

Collection for our Soldier

Collections for our soldier, Kayle Snyder, Kay Snyder’s grandson, will be on Sunday, July 15 immediately following coffee hour.  The list of wants includes, Pringles, Wild-berry Skittles, Cheese-Its, beef jerky, Puffs, protein bars, MIO (flavoring for water), cookies and of course brownies!  Personal items include suntan lotion, chap stick, white socks and fun items such as puzzles and paperback books.  Cooling things such as squirt guns and small misting fans would be appreciated as well.

 Garden Weeding Day

Your help is needed to weed the Parish Garden.  Make plans to come help on Thursday morning, July 19 at 9:30 a.m.  Please wear sunscreen!  Water is provided and will be in the fridge at the Parish Hall.

Fundraising for Georgetown Child Development Center

There will be a fundraiser at Panera on Thursday, July 19 from 4 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. to help support GCDC.  For every order you place, they will donate a portion of the proceeds from your purchase to GCDC.  It is only at the Georgetown Panera located at 1446 Cherry Blossom Way.  You must show a copy of the flyer to participate.  Click HERE  to print a copy of the flyer.  You may also pick up a copy of the flyer at the Parish Hall.   Copies will be located on the center table.  Help support our friend and neighbor, Georgetown Child Development Center.

News and Views from Mother Karen

4th of July Parade

The 4th of July Parade was a huge success for Holy Trinity!  Not only did HT’s float win 2nd place honors but one of our parishioners, David Trimble, was quoted on the front page of the local News-Graphic.  “I think we always need to remember how fortunate we are to live in a country that is free. Today is a sense of pride, joy and celebration,” said Trimble.

There was a large number of participants from Holy Trinity that took part in the parade.  There were flag carriers, banner carriers, walkers, candy throwers, as well as those that rode on the float and the youth that rode in the truck.  The theme of the parade was “Happy Birthday America” and Holy Trinity represented that theme very well.  Thank you to all that participated.

A special thank you to Turner Summers who provided the wagon, John Worsham for use of his garage, Bryan Whorley who drove and pulled the float and provided a cooler of cold water and David and Corinne Trimble for furnishing the wonderful period costumes to wear and bandana’s for everyone to soak up the sweat in the 98 degree temps. It takes an entire church to participate in a parade!

Women’s Bible Study

The Women’s Bible Study Group will review the second book of the summer “The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion” by Fannie Flagg.  The group will meet on Thursday, July 26 at 10:00 a.m. to discuss this novel.   The book assignment for the month of August is “The Bishop’s Wife” by Mette Ivie Harrison.

Both books are available for pickup at the church office.  The cost per book is for the All-Girl Filling Station is $11.60 and the cost for The Bishop’s Wife is $6.00.

The study group will meet the last Thursday of each month to discuss and review the assigned books.

 

Outreach News

Blessings in a Backpack

Blessings in a Backpack has raised funds for 54 students with only 6 donations left to reach their goal of 60 children.  The cost to support a child for the entire school year is $100. (per student).  If you would like to help please contact Lisa Estes-Cheatham.  Your support would be and is appreciated.

The Gathering Place Mission House

The Gathering Place Mission House has the following needs.  Prayer, volunteers, non-perishable food items, disposable tableware, cleaning supplies, personal care and laundry items and financial support.

Picture please

Pictorial Directory

Save the date!!!  Life Touch will be taking parish photos on Monday, September 24 and Tuesday, September 25 from 2 p.m. – 9 p.m. for Holy Trinity’s pictorial directory.  Parishioners and staff will receive an 8×10 photo free of charge of their choice and that photo will be published in the church directory. Additional photos may be purchased for a cost.   Feel free to invite your friends and family to schedule a photo session during this time.  They may purchase photo’s without being in church directory.  Directory committee members, Elaine Jones, Marybeth Banks and Donna Whorley will be scheduling session times at a later date.

Church Photographer

We now have a photographer for our church events.  Corinne Trimble has volunteered to take photos for Holy Trinity.  Please keep Corinne advised of any activity that you would like to have photographed for the news letter.

News and Views from Mother Karen

Dear Holy Trinity,

I am pleased to report that the grant that we submitted to the diocese has been approved! We will be receiving $5,000 to use towards working with a professional to create a new website, logo, informational brochures, cards and stationery, and other promotional materials that the church may need to increase its visibility in the community. The original grant application is attached to the newsletter in case you want more information about how this process began. If you have any interest in helping with creating the website look, please let me know.

Yours in Christ,

Karen+

Don’t Rain on our Parade

It’s confirmed!  Holy Trinity will have a float in Georgetown’s 4th of July parade.  The theme for this year’s parade is “Happy Birthday America”!  There will be First, Second, and Third Place awards.  Floats will be judged on Overall Appearance (25 points max), Depiction of Parade Theme (25 points max), Originality (25 points max) and Utilization of Patriotic Materials (25 points max).  There will be 2-3 judges.  Bryan Whorley will be driving the towing vehicle (2016 Dodge Ram Pickup) and it must be decorated in addition to the float.  All floats must be in at the East College Street staging location by 10:00 a.m. on parade day.  The float can not be higher than 18 feet tall, measured upward from ground level.

We need your help!  A wagon to carry our float is desperately needed. This is just another step in making Holy Trinity more visible as this is a year of changes and beginnings.

 Blessings in a Backpack

The 2018-2019 Blessings in a Backpack season will begin in August!  Sixty students will again be served at Western Elementary.  Twenty-seven will be paid for by the Sutterfield Trust and thirty-three will be paid for by generous donations from Holy Trinity.  If you would like to sponsor a student,  or partially sponsor, the cost is $100. per student.  Please make your check to Holy Trinity with Blessings in a Backpack written on the memo line.  The deadline for donations is July 22.  For more information, please contact Lisa Estes-Cheatham.  Your support is needed and appreciated.

 

Dinner and Mary Poppins

We have a celebrity in our mist!  Ian Ferrell is going to portray the part of Bert in Mary Poppins at Leed’s Center for the Arts in Winchester, KY. on Saturday,  August 11.  Bert, the narrator of the story, is a good friend to Mary Poppins. An everyman, Bert has many occupations, including hurdy-gurdy player, sidewalk artist and chimney sweep. Bert watches over the children as well as the goings on in Cherry Tree Lane. He has charm, speaks with a Cockney accent and is a song-and-dance man.

A group of parishioners and friends are planning to go watch Ian in this play.  The evening will start with dinner at Hall’s on the River at 5:00 p.m. and then on to Leed’s Theater to watch Ian.  If you are interested in joining this party, please RSVP to the church office or to Bill Jones as soon as possible as reservations must be made and tickets must be purchased in advance.  The cost of individual tickets are $20.00 for adults and $15.00 for students and children ages 12 and under.