Volume II | Number 24 | June 14, 2018
Trinit- e   Weekly Newsletter
Stewpot Volunteers
Delivery volunteers are needed at the Stewpot for Wednesdays. Meals are picked up between 10:45 AM and 11:15 AM. The route takes between one and one and a half hours. For more information on this rewarding ministry, please call Amanda Jeansonne at 601.807.2654
Service Schedule for Sunday, June 17 (Fr. Ken is away)
Sunday, June 17th : Morning Prayer + Communion 10:30 AM
Christ Church, Church Hill and Trinity Church, Natchez
Progressive Service and Lunch - June 24th, 2018
Transportation will be provided
​This special service will 'progress' from one church to another in celebrating the partnership in mission between Trinity Church and Christ Church, Church Hill. The first half of the service (Liturgy of the Word) will be held at Christ Church at 9 AM. The congregation will then caravan to Trinity Church for the Liturgy of the Eucharist at 10:30 AM. Lunch will follow in the Parish Hall.
  • Liturgy of the Word at Christ Church, Church Hill - 9:00 AM
  • Morning Prayer at Trinity Church (for those not going to Church Hill) - 10:00 AM
  • Combined Liturgy of the Eucharist (Communion) for all - 10:30 AM
  • Lunch served after the service in the Parish Hall at Trinity Episcopal Church
Transportation from Trinity to Christ Church and back will be provided. Those interested should meet in front of the church.  Transport will leave the church at 8:30 am sharp.  Those who wish to take their own vehicles can follow the lead vehicle, or navigate to Christ Church on their own. Service starts at 9:00 am.
Please plan to join us!
Cursillo #134 - June 21-24, 2018.
There is still room and time to sign up for Cursillo! Come experience a weekend of living and sharing with others in a loving and caring Christian community that can help you realize that this can be extended into your everyday life. It is a weekend designed to help you grow in faith and spirituality through talks and small group discussions. For more information about this event, please talk to Lisa Allain or Bruce Scarborough. More information and registration for this weekend can be found on our webpage  cursillo.dioms.org.  
Cost for the weekend is $175.
Prayers are requested for staff and participants of Cursillo #134, June 21 through 24. Attending from Trinity Episcopal Church are participants: Stephanie Anderson, Bennie Boone, Melinda Yarbrough and Alex Allain; Staff members include: Bruce Scarborough, Rector, Lisa Allain, Melinda Ballard and Adam Gwin. Thank you!
Recognizing and Avoiding Email Scams
Please be aware that someone started sending emails from an address that looked similar to Father Ken’s email address. These emails were in fact a hacker. Ignore and delete these emails. Do not respond to emails sent from a fake email account or click on any content within the email. Do not give out your personal information over the phone; the IRS, your bank, the government, etc., will never call or email you asking for personal information.

It is easy to be fooled by some of the spam content that comes through your inbox, but I have gathered some information to help arm yourself against hackers. Number one rule is to never share your personal information on the internet, through email, or over the phone. Your bank, government affiliates, and most likely your friends and family will never ask you to send them money, click a third-party link or request personal information via email. Again, never share your personal information or respond to emails you may think are spam. Here are a few rules to go by:
  1. ·       Know who is sending you emails
  2. ·       Look for typos, grammatical errors, and phrasing
  3. ·       Never open or download attachments unless you know what they are
  4. ·       Do not give out personal information

If you want to read more on how to defend against scam emails, I have included two articles, one from Return Path Blog and one from wikihow.com which gives you examples of that spam email looks like, click here to read the article. I have also included a PDF from the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT). Learn how to spot a fake email or spam and be aware of what you put on the internet. Make sure you use strong passwords to help protect you and your information from internet hackers.

warm regards,
Katie Ernst
The Episcopal Church Women will not meet during the summer months.
Check out the Photo Gallery from Claws for a Cause
Thank you to everyone who helped pull this amazing event off! Check out the photo gallery by clicking here. You can find the gallery on our website at www.trinitynatchez.org
Summer Service Schedule
Starting on Sunday, May 20th Trinity Episcopal Church will go to Summer Service Schedule. Summer Worship and Formation Schedule is as follows:
Sundays : Holy Eucharist: Rite II at 10:30 AM | Christian Education at 9:15 AM
Wednesdays: Healing Eucharist Service with (Holy Anointing) at 5:30 PM [Parish Hall]

This Summer Schedule will continue until September 9th
Directions on How to Login to the Online Church Directory
Click here if you have an iPhone or here if you have an Android to get instructions on how to log back in or how to reset your password.

if you have any questions or concerns please email them to us at Katie@trinitynatchez.org
Happening This Week at Trinity
If you have something for the Church Calendar, please let the church office know    here    
Serving This Week at Trinity

Sunday, June 17 - Ordinary Time - Proper 6
(Only one Service)

Eucharistic Mi nisters:
·    10:30 a.m . - Ann O'Bryant
·    10:30 a.m . - Woody Allen, Dianne Bunch
Intercessor (10:30): Betty Jo Harris
Usher Captain: Trippy Shields
Greeters:  Trippy Shields and Dianne Bunch
Oblation Bearers:  
Altar Guild: Ann O'Bryant, Cyndy Stevens
Flower Guild: Edna Ferguson, Carolyn Gwin
To find the full Liturgical Schedule for June, please click here .
Sunday, June 17 - OT Proper 6
(click on links below for readings)  

Your prayers are requested for....
 Spencer Allen, Dylan Pressgrove, Ginny Patterson, Edwin Erinne, John and Mimi Bornman, Charles and Carla Johnson, Emmalee Cupit, Coral Byrd, Linda Dustin, Kathy Hester, George and Pat Dickens, Judy Coker, Ellen Sessions, Mary Scott, Linda Lundy, Barham Moss, Katharine Garner, Antonio Cavazos, Jennifer Shane, Corky and Charlie Vess, Aurora Shane, Virginia Salmon, Regina Charboneau, Jim Overton, Virginia Siddall, Jeanie Peabody, Wathen Dogget, Charlotte Mueller, Cynthia McCormick, Cheryl LeBlanc, Michael Guyer, Blanca Cartwright, Hailey Claxton, Bobbye Draine, Ashley Boutwell, Rachel Beland, Doris Ann Benoist, Douglass Boggess

Please remember the home-bound and those in nursing and assisted living: Molly Gallagher, Marie Philips, Betty Rogillio, Jean Bond, Jane Stewart, Mary Ann Jones, Marie Tillery, Burt Matheny, Dixie Miller, Jane Plummer. The families, students, and staff of Trinity Episcopal Day School, and our Armed Forces
A Prayer For This Week

In Times of Personal Distress:

Lord Christ,
you came into the world as one of us,
and suffered as we do.
As I go through the trials of life,
help me to realize that you are with me at all times
and in all things; that I have no secrets from you;
and that your loving grace enfolds me for eternity.
In the security of your embrace I pray.
Trinity Episcopal Church
305 South Commerce St, Natchez, Mississippi 39120
Phone: (601) 445-8432 | Fax: (601) 442-4939
Website:  Trinitynatchez.org