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At next Saturday's 5:00pm service, Father Joseph will conduct a "Blessing of the Animals".  You are welcome to bring your pets to this event.  There is no rule against bringing snakes.  Please invite all your fellow animal lovers to attend this service. 

Fr.Kovitch & Pr. Wynn pray
September 11th Service: “A small group of people from five churches in Licking County (2nd Presbyterian, Trinity Episcopal, Trinity AME, Christ UMC, and the United Church of Granville) gathered in the sanctuary of Trinity African Methodist Episcopal Church to pray for peace on the anniversary of the worst terror attack our nation has known.  We were lead in prayer by four ministers, our own Fr. Joe Kovitch, Pastor Steve Wynn of Trinity AME, Pastor Cliff Houston of the United Church, and Pastor Wilsonnia L McLean of Christ UMC. We prayed for peace among the nations, for the safety of our troops and first responders, and for our communities, and in particular for a respite from drugs and violence in Newark.”

Terry Mooney announced that Sights and Sounds will be December 6th and Trinity will be participating again this year. Please mark your calendars, helpers will be needed.

Carol Wagner shared that Trinity has a presence at the Final Friday on the Square and about 80 children decorated gourds and pumpkins. Thank you to the Shulls for helping.

Kitty will be with us for All Saints Day and is planning on have a Necrology read of any names we would like to include. Connie will be asking us for names soon.

Our Junior Warden and Sexton, Mr. Jim Ford, announced that seeding and laying straw on the field of dreams was happening Sunday afternoon (9/16/18). He also shared that the storage pod and shed would be emptied and removed. 

Foundational Elements Research Presentation:  on Saturday September 22 and Sunday September 23, after the services, Trinity leadership  presented the results of our Foundational Elements research, which has been ongoing since spring.  This information will then be used to determine our 'what's' (and why) for our future.

Trinity Homecoming Weekend was by all accounts a great success.  We had pizza on Saturday and a full potluck spread on Sunday.  59 people were fed, both physically and spiritually.  We are grateful to the ECW for their hard work.

Our joint picnic with our neighbor and namesake, Trinity African Methodist Episcopal Church, on August 19, went very well.  Members of both churches shared a very hearty meal of fried chicken, shredded chicken sandwiches, deviled eggs, potato salad, onion pie, and olives in aspic. During the feast, our Father Joseph Kovitch and their Pastor Steve Wynn had a productive meeting about how our two parishes can co-operate for the sake of God's mission in Newark.
Fr. Kovitch meets with Pr. Wynn over lunch

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