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Share your bounty with those facing food insecurity

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Beloved siblings in Christ,

We are hearing from parishioners who do not know where to begin when getting tested for covid. In an effort to minimize your efforts and help keep our community safe, we have compiled a list of covid testing sites with which staff have had direct experience. We can vouch for our experiences being safe and efficient. This list is not exhaustive, and many more testing locations can be found online.

Are you working in a medical field? We want to share the stories of our parishioners working on the front lines, to help amplify your voices. If you work in any medical field and would like to add your voice to our efforts, please send a brief video (30-90 seconds will do, but feel free to send more) to Your work is appreciated! Many of you have joined us for our new compline service. This brief office will take place at 9:00pm Monday through Saturday until the inauguration. Join us tonight on Facebook live. You may follow along on page 127 of your Book of Common Prayer, or visit the online BCP. The Social Justice Commission wishes to thank you for all your help with their Christmas project. The families they serve were able to have a much nicer holiday with your loving kindness. But the needs never stop. Please help the SJC restock their food pantry with much needed items (list below), or with a financial gift. Click here to make a donation. Now that the holidays are over, it's time to focus on some upcoming events. Mark your calendars now for Zoom Trivia night on January 29th at 7:00pm. Register here to get the

zoom link. Our annual parish meeting will take place via zoom, and on the phone for those who don't have internet access or don't use zoom, on January 31st at 11:00am. There will NOT be virtual coffee hour on that date so that everyone can be present to vote. The zoom link and telephone number, for those calling in, will be publicized widely before the meeting. Email Hannah Middlebrook with any questions. While the building may be closed, we all can see, the church is still open! In Christ, The clergy and staff of Trinity Episcopal Church +

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