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Upcoming Events

Outreach and Evangelism Meeting—The O&E team will meet on July 21 after worship and fellowship. Included on the topics for discussion will be Trinity’s participation in National Night Out on August 6.
Memorial Services for Former Trinitarians—Some Trinitarians may remember Elaine Hall from when she and her husband Ron were members of Trinity Church and Joan (DiSarno Nordhauser Curven) Besson from when she was a member. Their families would like to invite those who knew these lovely women to join them in remembering their lives. Joan Besson’s memorial service will be held in the chapel at 11am on August 3; Elaine Hall’s memorial service will also be held in the chapel but at 10am on August 8.
National Night Out—Trinity Church will have a booth with family-oriented activities at this year’s National Night Out. This is an event program designed to honor and explore the resources of local law enforcement. The event will take place at the Meadow Street Park on Tuesday, August 6 from 4-7pm. Volunteers are needed:
•    2:30-4:30 Set Up
•    4:30-6:30 Activities and Interaction
•    6:30-7:30 Packing Up Crew
“Rummage Cleaning” July—During the month of July, as you sort through your household items, The Women of Trinity and Friends will be happy to accept your clean and in good useful order bedding, bathroom linens, curtain and other household fabrics. It’s very helpful when you label items so they can be stored correctly. Thank you for your generosity!
Companions in Wholeness July Drive— During the month of July, we will be collecting shelf-stable milk.  This stuff goes like wildfire! There will be bins marked for CIW donations in the narthex and near the entrance leading into the sanctuary.  Thank you for your generosity!   Any questions please see Deacon Liz or e-mail-
Summer Office Hours—Staff summer office hours will be affected by vacations and holidays, but also by relaxed schedules. During the summer, please call before visiting the office to make sure someone is here.


Help with Flood Relief
As some of our parishes and communities continue to recover from the remnants of Hurricane Beryl, please donate to our flood recovery efforts to help congregations contend with daunting insurance deductibles and pressing community needs. You can give online here (
Most of all, please pray for all Vermonters who are suffering in the aftermath of Beryl.
Peace and blessings, 
Bishop Shannon

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