Outreach Opportunities

Blessings in a Backpack

Per Lisa Estes-Cheatham, the chairperson of Blessings in a Backpack, “Holy Trinity will be responsible for feeding 60 Western Elementary students again in the 2019-2010 school year.  Twenty-seven students at $100 each will be funded by the Sutterfield Trust so the balance of thirty-three students at $100 each will need to be funded by donations.  In the past Holy Trinity has been very generous through donations to allow us to continue this outreach”.

If you would like to donate to this worthy cause, please make your check out to The Church of the Holy Trinity with “Blessings in a Backpack” in the memo section.  Your financial support is needed. If you would like to volunteer your time, packers and food deliverers are also needed. Questions can be directed to Lisa

Collection for Our Troops

Holy Trinity will have two collections for our soldiers.  Erik Morschauser is now stationed in the east in a war zone.  We will have a collection on Sunday, July 14 to send to Erik and his fellow soldiers.

Graham Smith will also be deployed sometime in July to the middle east.  We will have a collection for Graham on Sunday, August 11.

If you have any questions, please contact Marybeth Banks.

Boots ‘n Pearls – Oh, what a night!!  at Ward Hall 

Not even the rain could put a damper on this night.  The attendance was overwhelming as 250 people gathered to support Elizabeth’s Village Outreach Program on the beautiful grounds at Ward Hall Manor.  The Kentucky Storm Band delivered an outstanding performance as the dance floor was packed all night.  Everyone seemed excited with the raffle basket presentations as 560 raffle tickets were sold throughout the night.  Kentucky Historian and Ward Hall Preservation Foundation Board Chair, Ron Bryant, stated that there had never been as many guests touring the mansion as there were during our event.  Wilshire’s Restaurant served delicious barbecue to the large crowd until 9:00 p.m. and offered a full cash bar to those who wanted more than tea and lemonade.  Bourbon 30 constantly had a crowd as they sold bourbon tasting flights from their local distillery.  Reilly Mulholland kept everyone entertained in the garden, which looked amazing with all the lights on the trees.  The decorations on the tables were just amazing.  The talents of the ladies of Holy Trinity were displayed brilliantly.  There was never a dull moment when Lori Saunders, master of ceremonies, took the mic.  She kept the crowd excited and involved.  Kandice Whitehouse took a few moments to explain about the need for their outreach involvement with the homeless and misplaced youth in Scott County.  The thunder, lightening and rain cut the event short but it was a huge success with many requests to do it again next year.