Dear Friends and Members,
Jim Dorn is our Fearless Leader in Hurricane Florence Relief! The
Missions Committee and Jim have asked that we each bring in a donation
from the Supply List below until Sunday, October 7th. Please
leave your donations in the Meech Room beside the piano.
Jim and others will load the supplies on Monday, October 8th, at 8:00
a.m. and drive them to the Rev. Jason Collins, Rector of St. Paul’s
Conway (one of our Diocesan Churches).
Supply List Needs:
-Work gloves, utility and rubber gloves
-Flashlights, with batteries
-Toiletries-shampoo, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, etc.
-High protein canned meals with pop-top cans (ravioli, soups, spaghetti)
-Single serving meals that require no refrigeration or cooking/meals ready-to-eat
-Single serving snacks, like raisins, granola bars, peanut butter crackers, dried fruit, etc.
-Paper goods & products – paper towels, plates, cups, napkins, plastic utensils
-Blankets, towels, pillows (new, unused)
-First Aid items
-Cleaning supplies, disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizer
-Bottled water (bottles or jugs)
Other opportunities and questions? Please contact Jim Dorn at 843-869-7879 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faith working through love,
The Rev. E. Weyman Camp IV
Fall Parish Picnic
you like to meet more of the members and friends of Trinity? Who
attends the other services? Where are they from? The
Trinity Church Family is invited to a Fall Parish Picnic on Sunday,
October 21st, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at Brickhouse Plantation, by Jeannean
Jenkins and Lee Frank! This is a wonderful opportunity to have lunch
and get to know each other in a beautiful and casual setting.
Jeannean and Lee will provide the meat and drinks. We are asked
to RSVP with Tonya in the church office (869-3568) and indicate what
type of salad/side or dessert we will bring to share. This will
give us a good head count. All are welcome, but RSVPs are needed
Our Fall 2018 Parish Picnic at Brickhouse Plantation promises to be great fun!
Welcome Home Dinner
Florence delayed our Welcome Home dinner until Sunday, October 28th, at
6:00 p.m. A Team of ten (10) returned from our first full
mission trip to Chirst the Redeemer in Arequipa, Peru; Anne and Wey
Camp, Julia Camp, Nathan Camp, Beverly and Tim Cummings, Lindy and
Frank Kirk and Friends of Trinity, Glenna Baldwin and Kelly Houck.
The Missions Committee, under Keith Brook’s leadership, will provide
the fried and baked chicken and has asked everyone to RSVP with the
church office (843) 869-3568 with a side, salad or dessert.
The whole parish is invited! Stories and jokes will be told and a
slide show (silent) will run while we eat! We will end with
prayer for our new friends at Chirst the Redeemer.
Bendiga! God Bless you!
The Rev. Wey Camp, Rector
The following is the standing hurricane policy for Trinity Episcopal Church, Edisto Island, South Carolina:
1. During a voluntary and a mandatory evacuation the
parish office is closed and all church activities are canceled,
including our worship services.