Want to know how our staff spends the summer days? Refurbishing the office corridor! With donated paint and a lot of elbow grease, the corridor is all spruced up for the start of the new church year! Come visit and be sure to tell them how much we appreciate their efforts!
photos by Rev. Dawn Stegelmann
Haitian Educational Initiatives has a whole new Look! Haitian Educational Initiatives, Inc. (HEI) is a non-profit organization committed to supporting Haitian-led initiatives that enable Haitian children to attend public or private school by providing funds for school fees, uniforms, learning materials and related necessities, as well as academic support through enrichment and after-school homework tutoring. Support also involves a weekly feeding and the distribution of food kits for children’s families during periods of drought or flooding in addition to job training. For more information and to see their new web site, go here!
Kids4Peace in Brattleboro, Vt has completed a very succesful second season and the participants have returned to their homes.
Trinity just won a $10,000 grant from the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation. Hurray for our architectural marvel & American Masterpiece -- our beautiful wooden church is one of the most important surviving examples of the Carpenter Gothic style in the nation.
TRINITY BOOK GROUP 2011-2012 First Wednesday each month, 6 to 8 PM in the Parish Library—Come at 6 PM with a brown bag dinner - book discussion begins promptly at 6:30 PM. The group will reconvene in September, so watch for the syllabus that will be posted here.
Please remember to bring donations for St. Luke's Food Pantry and leave them in the grocery cart in the stairwell by the red doors. We also still and always need toiletries, paper goods, and diapers in the baskets in the narthex for the Center for Women and Families.