Sunday In-person Worship - 10:30 a.m. — The Holy Eucharist: Rite II. The service is streamed on the Trinity Facebook Page. View the Service Bulletin.
Covid-19 update — With the recent rise in the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Arkansas, Bishop Benfield is recommending that we continue to wear masks. This is not mandatory, but strongly encouraged. Family units and individuals are asked to continue to keep a distance of at least six feet from other households.
All church buildings remain closed to the public. The staff is coming into the office for limited and specific purposes. The best way to reach the staff is via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call 870-534-3832 and leave a voicemail message.
Candy needed, and lots of it — We have been asked to provide candy for the inmates at the Tucker men’s prison unit for the Christmas season. Needed are large bags of individually wrapped candies such as mints, hard candies and Tootsie rolls, 1,050 pieces in all. These will be delivered to the Island of Hope Chapel at Tucker Unit in early December.
Wednesday healing service and potluck lunch — On the first and third Wednesday of each month, join us for Holy Communion, prayer, thanksgiving and fellowship, starting at 12:05 p.m. in the chapel, followed by a potluck lunch. Please bring a dish to share, as you are able.
The fall ingathering of United Thank Offering (UTO) will be Sunday, Oct. 24. Please pick up a “little blue box” at the back of the church or in the parish hall and begin counting your many blessings.
Holiday food drive — Neighbor to Neighbor has begun collecting items to fill holiday food baskets for Thanksgiving and Christmas. One hundred cans of fruit cocktail are needed by Oct. 31 for Thanksgiving and 100 cans for Christmas by Nov. 30. Donations may be dropped off at Neighbor to Neighbor, 1419 Pine St. If you need to arrange for pick up or have questions, please call the agency at 870-534-2883.
Neighbor to Neighbor relies on support from Trinity and other churches and organizations to help meet the challenge of food insecurity in our community throughout the year. The agency serves 75-100 lunches daily and feeds approximately 500 families per month through its food pantry. Donations are needed. If you would like to help, please drop off non-perishable food and supplies at Neighbor to Neighbor, 1419 Pine Street, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through Friday or call 534- 2883 to arrange pick up. If you prefer to make a monetary donation instead, please make your check payable to Trinity Church, note “Neighbor to Neighbor” on the memo line, and mail it to the church or drop in the offering plate. The agency is currently in need of these items:
The Committee Against Spouse Abuse (CASA) Women’s Shelter is in need of towels, wash cloths, body wash and laundry detergent. Please call 870-535-2955 for information on dropping off donations.