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This past week I have spent some time sorting through documents that I have used as resources for classes, retreats and spiritual formation sessions. I am trying to decide what to keep and what to discard. Many of these articles are like family as I have found them helpful again and again. The prayer that is below is one of my favorites. It has seen me through great loss in the death of my parents, was a solace to my soul when I faced surgery and kept me moving forward when I would have rather become stagnant and sluggish.

Read more: Rector's Reflection
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Those who have requested intercession: Joan Huff, Bill, June Early, Matthew Longhurst, John Miller & family, Shirley Roadman, Tom Potter, Sr., Kathy, Jodi, Gar Johnson, The Rev. Jim Leswing, Mary, The Legg & Miller families, Owen Payton, Ruth Blair, and Canon Linda.

 

Celebrating the anniversary of their baptism: Lisa Tyers.

 

Faithfully departed: Daniel Adams, Paula Bareham, and Joanna Block.

 

Serving in the military: Stephen Rudd and Brandon Cooper.

 

Diocesan Cycle of Prayer: Intercessions are offered for congregations in the Rockford Deanery: Grace Place Campus Ministries at Northern Illinois University; Holy Trinity; St. Paul; St. Luke; Grace; St. Andrew's-in-the-Fields; La Transfiguraci├│n, Diocese of Southeast Mexico; and St. Michael, Diocese of Renk.

 

Anglican Cycle of Prayer: Intercessions are offered for The Episcopal Church in the Philippines.


picture of july 4 paradeThanks to all who participated in Trinity's July 4 Parade this year.  To view photos of the event, click here.

 

 

picture of bridge logoBridge Communities families are in need of donated cars to get to work, take their kids to school, run errands, make it doctors' appointments and more. For more information on how to donate your car, please contact Karen Stewart, Program Director, atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 630-545-0610 x17. Thank you!

 

For well over 40+ years, ladies of Trinity have enjoyed meeting twice a month for games of Bridge.  It is a friendly group whose common denominators are camaraderie and cards.  You don't need to be a tournament level player but knowledge of the game and play of the cards is helpful.  The ladies meet the first and second Thursday; September through May at 1:00pm in members' homes.  If you are interested in joining us or would like more information, please contact Marie DiBello. 

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