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INTERCESSORY PRAYERS are prayers offered for those with special needs, for those who mourn, and for those offering thanks. Please speak to Pastor David or call the office, if you have a request. For Members: Ted Messler, Elsie Warren, Diana Forman, Dot Froese, Nancy Giuffrida, Larry Thomsen, Al Manhan For Friends and Relatives: Bierle Family, Margie Daily, William Ferguson, Arlene Fielding, Graham Fielding, Patricia Martin, Jan Warren, Alana, John, Dawn & Nancy S, Holly, Josephine, Mary, Fireman Ronnie and his family, Ed M, Marie Giamimo, Nancy Kirk, Sarah, Peter Eriksen, Rachael Eriksen, John Szatny, Sarina Vito, Kaylee Lindauer, Debbie Nastri, Jean Buckley, Dennis, Charlie Strecker, Kaylee Wegener, Lindsey Kolb, Rosie D’Errico, Matthew Antone, Lara Mesita, Dienamarie, George Bittle, Earle, Dianne Giorlando, Peter Butte, Florence Dillon, Susan, Gloria Taza, Patrick Flatley, William Anthony Sr., David Spencer, Corinne, Lincoln, Susan Helsinger, Jimmy Gallagher, Lorrie Prager, Billy, Elizabeth & Daniel McCarron, Kenny Brown, Barnet Levinson, Jean Murphy & Family, Bob & Benita Gillespie, Barney Gorman, Susan Lau, Peggie Jancer, Beth, Cooper, Sophia Weissert, Richard Bailey For Service Personnel: Major Ross Fielding, Sgt. Thomas Forman, Sgt. Jesse Gentile, Pr. Terrence Walsh, SPC Christopher Sully For First Responders & Fire Dept. Volunteers: Josh Friedrich- NYPD, Ed McNulty- FDNY, Brendan Combs- Freeport PD, Steve Hajny – FDNY, EMT, Matthew Lindner – FDNY, Steven Beers – FDNY, Joe Muir – NYPD, Robert Tucker, Carl Weeks, Bob Jacoby
Altar Flowers are available by calling Teri in the church office 516-766-2815.
SANCTUARY LAMPS burn in “memory of” through the following dates: Frank Germano (6/2020), Mr. MSV Subrmanian (1/2021), Karen Ahnemann Lynch (4/2021), Sal Chiaffitelli (5/2021), Joseph D. Chiaffitelli (5/2021), Jean Ackermann (5/2021), John Auerbach (5/2021), Christian Gumbrecht (5/2021), Harvey & Doris Wegener (5/2021), Kathleen Diaz (5/2021), Henry & Adolfina Aherns (5/2021), Carol Metz (12/2021), Carroll Donnelly (6/2022), Gladys Chiaffitelli (7/2022), Erich Weissert (12/2022), Harold Buck (10/2023) Sanctuary lamps are available by sending $1 per week to the HT Office. _______________________________________________________________________________
HOLY TRINITY EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER Phone: (516) 766-9716 www.holytrinityecc.com
Mondays & Wednesdays Hours 9 am – 3 pm Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays Hours 9am – 12:30 pm
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
240 Lincoln Avenue, Rockville Centre, NY 11570 Rev. David Grainson, Pastor Office Phone: 516-766-2815
Office Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 9 AM – 2 PM E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org / Worldwide Web: www.holytrinitylutheranchurchrvc.com
July 26, 2020 – 8th Sunday after Pentecost Music Director: Robert DiPasqaule
Singer: Nick Farrauto
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Growing in Faith is a two-year process of spiritual formation and Christian education known as The
Diakonia Program. The New York Diakonia Program
Diakonia is a national program developed over 40 years ago by a MNYS Lutheran pastor. While the program is designed to be completed in two years, students work at their own pace and some take more time.
Growing in Faith - The New York diakonia Program is for anyone interested in furthering their knowledge of the Lutheran faith and learning new ways to use their skills in service to God and their community of faith. The program includes twelve classes (6 per year), retreats, and a supportive community of fellow students, mentors, and instructors. Topics include: Old and New Testament studies, Church History, Christian Ethics, Worship, Daily Life of a Christian (with anti-racism training), and Church Doctrine. Is this for me? If growing in your faith sounds exciting to you - then YES, the diakonia program is for you. Recent graduate says: "Now I know why Lutherans do what we do in our worship and in the world. I understand the Bible and its history more deeply, and can talk more comfortably about my faith.”
If you would like to Grow Your Faith please speak with Pastor Rebecca, or visit our website: mnys.org/faith/growinginfaith. We follow a standard school year: September – June, with classes available at 7 locations. For Fall 2020+ all classes will be online. Thursday evenings 7 – 10 pm Ascension, Deer Park Saturday mornings 9:30 am – 12:30 pm Ascension, Deer Park Don’t wait, to “Grow your Faith”
BABY CLOTHING NEEDED
COVID-19 has affected our community in ways we could not even image. Fellowship opportunities like our annual Baby Shower had to be cancelled. Unfortunately, this was not only true for Holy Trinity’s event, but for the many Nassau county churches that support LSS – New LIFE Center’s Layette program. Every week new mothers with infants and toddlers, who are financially disadvantaged, have a place to turn to for infant formula, baby food, clothing, diapers and other necessities.
Currently, the clothing supply for sizes Newborn to 24-months is at an all time low.
So how can WE make a difference? Stores are reopening and vendors are slashing prices on items that have been on their shelves for almost 3 months. The volunteers at the center tell us they need:
Lightweight Stretchies (Newborn to 12 months)
ONESIES (Any size - Long Sleeve - White preferred)
Seasonal outfits (summer or winter weight)
Solid Color Pants or Shorts (Newborn to 24 months)
White socks and booties
Pacifiers, Bibs and Burp clothes
If you want to help this worthy outreach ministry, donations of the items listed above can be left in the Narthex Giving Garden or call Wendy Wolber @ (516) 536-3529 and she will pick up your donations. If you are not in a position to shop but wish to make a monetary donation, you can put your check in the offering plate or mail it to the church and Wendy Wolber and Lynn Butte will shop for you. Kindly write LSS layette in the memo section of your check.
Readings for next week on August 2, 2020
First Reading: Isaiah 55:1-5 Psalm: Psalm 145:8-9, 14-21 Second Reading: Romans 9:1-5 Gospel: Matthew 14:13-21
Confession and Forgiveness All may make the sign of the cross, the sign marked at baptism, as the presiding minister begins.
Blessed be the holy Trinity, ☩ one God, whose steadfast love is everlasting,
whose faithfulness endures from generation to generation.
Amen. Trusting in the mercy of God, let us confess our sin.
Silence is kept for reflection.
we confess that we do not trust your abundance,
and we deny your presence in our lives.
We place our hope in ourselves
and rely on our own efforts.
We fail to believe that you provide enough for all.
We abuse your good creation for our own benefit.
We fear difference and do not welcome others
as you have welcomed us.
We sin in thought, word, and deed.
By your grace, forgive us;
through your love, renew us;
and in your Spirit, lead us;
so that we may live and serve you in newness of life. Amen. Beloved of God,
by the radical abundance of divine mercy
we have peace with God through ☩ Christ Jesus, through whom we have obtained grace upon grace.
Our sins are forgiven.
Let us live now in hope.
For hope does not disappoint,
because God’s love has been poured into our hearts
through the Holy Spirit.
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Kyrie – words will be spoken
In peace, let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy.
For the peace from above, and for our salvation, let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy.
For the peace of the whole world, for the well- being of the church of God, and for all the unity of all,
let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy.
For this holy house, and for all who offer here their worship and praise, let us pray to the Lord. Lord
Help, save, comfort, and defend us, gracious Lord. Amen
Hymn of Praise (Setting Four) – words will be spoken
Glory to God in the highest, and peace to God’s people on earth. Lord God, heavenly King, almighty
God and Fat