22 Pentecost ~ Sunday, October 24, 2010

SUNDAY, October 24, 2010
XXII Pentecost ~ Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost

Eucharist Rite I, 8:00 am, Chapel of St. Bede

Eucharist Rite II with music, 10:30 am, Nave
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (ages 3-6), 10:30 am, Atrium
Church School (ages 7-13), 10:30 am, Old Rectory

Annual Meeting on the Lower Level after the 10:30 service. Please join us!

AA, 7:30 pm, Old Rectory


TUESDAY, October 26
Prayer Group, 11 am, Old Rectory
Bible Group, Noon, Old Rectory
Executive Council, 7 pm, Rector’s Office
AA, 7:30 pm, Undercroft

WEDNESDAY, October 27
Community Dinner, 5:30 pm, Undercroft

THURSDAY, October 28
Choir rehearsal, 7:30 pm, Undercroft

FRIDAY, October 28
Office Closed

Prayer Circle This Week: Edward & Elizabeth Demske • Tom & Erica Dierling • Brian & Jeannine Dobson • Steve Elliott • Carty & Margo Ellis • Steven & Patricia Ellis • Barbara Ellison • David & Judy Evans • David & Kathy Ferguson • Kathleen Flanagan

Altar Flowers are given today by Rosamond Mandell in memory of her mother Mildred Monroe Lange.


  • ANNUAL MEETING: Please join us today after the 10:30 service for our Annual Meeting. Lunch will be provided for all. Everyone is invited to join us as we give thanks for the time and talent – the people – whose lives and ministries make Holy Trinity Holy Trinity!
  • ADULT FORUM: There will be no Adult Forum today or next Sunday, Oct. 31.
    Today, 12:00-2:00 pm: Brunch and Dialogue: Can conflict and war be justified? Join us downstairs in the Library for tasty food and a thoughtful discussion on how people of faith respond to war and conflict around the world. All are welcome!
    Wednesday, Oct 27 from 4:30-7:30 pm at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church: Oxford Community Dinner Reach beyond the Miami campus and engage members of the Oxford community with a delicious meal. You are invited to participate in the setup and cleanup process or just swing on by to enjoy homemade food with members of the community.
    Sunday, Oct 31 from 12:00-2:00 pm: Brunch and Dialogue: How might one’s faith intersect with a consumer-happy society? Join us downstairs in the Library for tasty food and a thoughtful discussion on how people of faith respond in a society that is addicted to consumerism. All are welcome!
    Fri, Nov 5-Sat Nov 6: Faith in Action through Community Engagement and Service (FACES) Retreat (5:30 pm on Friday, November 5 until approximately 2:00 pm on Saturday, November 6 at Hueston Woods State Park or Brookville Lake; Cost $15) Join us for an off campus getaway to enjoy one another’s company and to reflect on what it means to live a life of service and commitment to the world around us. On Saturday morning, we will return to Oxford to rake leaves in the community and participate in the EMPTY BOWLS lunch hosted by the Oxford Methodist Church. If cost is in ANY way a problem, please let us know and we can find a way to make it work! Please sign up in advance by emailing holytstudents@gmail.com or by letting Stacey, Lauren, Mandy or Joel know.
    Friday, Nov 12: 2011 Interfaith Spring Break Applications (due at 5 pm to the Holy T Office or by email at holytstudents@gmail.com). Join a team of students from diverse faith perspectives on a Habitat for Humanity trip to New Rochelle, NY (35 minutes outside of New York City) for Spring Break 2011. The cost for the trip will only be $50! Again, if this is an issue, please let us know and we will find another way! Application forms are available in both the narthex and the bishop’s foyer as well as online at: www.holytoxford.org/college-student-ministry/
    Holy T Community: We are soliciting names of local residents that might need a few extra hands with raking leaves this year. If you know of anyone, or you would like to get on our list, please let us know. Also, we are looking for parishioners who would be interested and willing to make a dish for our Brunch and Dialogue discussions on Oct. 31 or Nov. 21. If you are interested in either of these opportunities, please let Mandy, Stacey, Lauren or Joel know or email: holytstudents@gmail.com
  • Remember Some Of Our Ministry Opportunities On Sundays!
    Earth Care:
    (1) Recycling/safe disposal (Bishop’s Foyer) for plastic bags; household batteries; and fluorescent bulbs.
    (2) Recycling barrel (OR alley) for Rumpke recyclables.*
    (3) Recycling bin (by frig in kitchen) for Rumpke recyclables.*
    (4) Litter collection Sat. p.m./Sun. a.m. — contact Sally Southard, 523-5511.
    People Care:
    (1) Sharing Shelf (Narthex); non-perishable food for the Oxford Choice Pantry.
    (2) HT Pantry wooden boxes (Narthex): household/personal items for guests at our Community Dinners; AND cottage-cheese style plastic containers and lids for sharing left-over food.
    More information on our ministries at the Annual Meeting!

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