EYC IN PERSON MEETINGS...Coming Soon!
EYC has faced many challenges this year...Covid, the loss of Robert Payne, Nathan's move to the Outer Banks, a shift in advisor volunteers and working through the new rector search. That is a lot of change! To find silver linings, we are restructuring EYC. Working within our new parameters, we've made some changes. EYC will now start in 6th grade instead of 5th. We will have two groups; High School (9-12) and Middle School (6-8). Currently, we have Zoom Meeting opportunities, Volunteer Opportunities, and a list of other "Things to To." On top of that, the advisors are working towards hosting small outdoor group meetings, while adhering to protocols of the Episcopal Church. We hope to have that underway by late October and cannot wait to be back together again soon. Stay tuned!
DISMANTLING RACISM:YOUTH EDITION
The youth ministry department will offer Dismantling Racism to high school youth in our Diocese this fall. The curriculum will be offered as a hybrid in-person/online course beginning on Saturday, October 17. This curriculum comes from the Absalom Jones Center in Atlanta and is designed specifically for youth in Christian community.
CLICK THE BELOW LINK TO LEARN MORE & REGISTER
YOUTH FOOD DELIVERY
Holy Trinity and the Church of the Holy Spirit are busy “Being the Church” by feeding our neighbors in east Greensboro. Local churches donate cooked food each week to feed nearly 200 people. We need three people each Tuesday to deliver that food.
Here is how you can join this ministry. Teams of two or more individuals deliver food in their own vehicle using No-Contact methods for delivery. The routes include 8-10 families and take a little over an hour. All persons practice social distancing, wear a mask, and use safe hand hygiene.
Click here to sign up. Contact Rev. Mark Lile-King at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
COOKIN' UP SOME CASSEROLES
The Holy Trinity family is joining with the Church of the Holy Spirit, an Episcopal mission on Yanceyville St., to live together in Beloved Community and to serve together as Christ’s hands to our brothers and sisters in east Greensboro. Many people in the Holy Spirit community are struggling because of the pandemic and are in need of food and connection to a loving community. Holy Spirit weekly serves meals provided by local churches to over 70 families, lovingly connecting with nearly 200 people. WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Holy Trinity provides meals on the third Tuesday of each month. We need people who will provide cooked casserole meals and vegetables and who will package meal boxes. If cooking isn’t your thing and you want to be a part of this ministry, here is a suggestion: purchase and cook a family-size lasagna or casserole from a grocery store or big-box store.
Click here to learn more and to sign up to help using SignUpGenius. If you have trouble using SignUpGenius, contact Rev. Mark Lile-King at email@example.com. Your ministry is making a difference!
PEN PAL PROGRAM
...be a little letter angel
Give a little kindness during Covid. We are looking for youth to become pen pals with the little people in our Children's Ministry. Help us bring a smile and happy heart to our little ones by writing a quick note or creating a little drawing. Bet you can't wait to see what you get in return!
Contact Marjorie Donnally at firstname.lastname@example.org
to sign up!
Paintball Family Challenge
In memory of our EYC friend Keean McElroy
Date and Time TBD
Greensboro Paintball Park
6106 Burlington Rd
Sedalia, NC 27249