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Big JOY 2 Little joy

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From JOY to joy

At Homecoming Sunday in September, Trinity's Senior Warden, Charlie Stone, announced that the JOY campaign to fund Journeys in Outreach and Youth ministries in perpetuity has exceeded its $2 million goal!

 

Trinity has pivoted to joy (small "j") in the new program year: several new outreach partnerships in place and a new youth director on staff - and by golly - a visit from the ice cream truck to boot!

These homecoming photos express the joy of the parish at being together again at the Homecoming Parish Picnic.

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Multiplying Ministry

Trinity's Outreach & Youth ministries are funded forever and now, our volunteerism (time) and in-kind support (talent) will add impact and grace to our financial gifts (treasure).

Parish input helped the Outreach Task Force develop a participatory model for long-time ministry partners as well as some new collaborators.  Our partners - in general - meet the following thresholds: 1) Food, Shelter and Education ministries, 2) Effective management and proven impact; 3) Proximity to Trinity for hands-on, community-building outcomes for all generations of parishioners - with an emphasis on integrating Youth and family programming with Outreach action.

"When I give my time, talent and treasure, how does Trinity multiply the impact of my gifts?”

Join us at Trinity to learn just how ALL OUR GIFTS are serving the wider world in Christ's name.

JOY! Capital Campaign Concludes

Embracing JOY is the capital campaign to secure funding for Journeys in Outreach and Youth ministries in perpetuity. The $2 million effort was launched in the October 2020 and pledges now total more than $2,000,000.

Many thanks from the Trinity Development Team to the entire parish for Embracing JOY!

John & Martha Stone, Co-chairs