Holy Trinity Anglican Church
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Ministry to Military Personnel and Our Veterans - Fr. Chris Logan, Chaplain
Adult Christian Education Opportunities - Archdeacon Michael
There are several opportunities a year for Adult Christian Education. These opportunities are meant to encourage
persons to grow in their faith and love of the Lord and to strengthen them on their Christian walk. Topics cover
the Christian Faith, Church History, Morality, Holy Scripture, Prayer, Worship, Why We Do What We Do,
Discipleship, Church Growth, etc. Adult Christian Education is offered on most Sundays throughout the year at
11:00 a.m. Other opportunities are offered occasionally on different days and times.
Altar Guild - Judy Richards
The Altar Guild's ministry is to prepare the Lord’s table in reverence and obedience for all services as well as to
take care of and prepare all other appointments used in the Sanctuary including the care of all linens used. The
Altar flowers are also ordered through the Directress.
Lectors - Joan Balk
Lectors are one of the ministries of the Mass. The Lector reads the Word of God to the congregation with the Holy
Spirit in the human voice. This will reach each and every one of us if we listen carefully. If you would like to
minister through reading the Holy Scriptures, please see Joan in church.
Children’s Sunday School/Atrium - Monica Walker
See additional information and photos on the children and youth ministries page, here
Greeters - Monica Walker
Greeters are usually the first people visitors meet when they enter the building. The greeters welcome everyone,
and hand out prayer books, hymn books, and bulletins. Greeters also invite visitors to fellowship following the
service, and make sure all books and papers are picked up from the worship area. If you would like to help with
this important ministry, please contact Monica Walker here.
Fellowship Hosts - Monica Walker
Fellowship Hosts set up coffee and hot water for tea, and provide simple refreshments, such as cookies. At the end
of Fellowship time, they clean up our supplies. It is best to have sufficient people sign up so that each person's turn
comes around every eight to ten weeks. Please do consider volunteering. You may contact Monica Walker here
Holy Spirit Prayer Ministry/Healing Ministries - Martha Ayisi
Nursery - Deidre Witkowski
Organist and Choir Director - David Baker
Women's Group - Sue Thayer and Jane Snyder
The Ladies of the Church gather for fellowship.
Vacation Bible School - Monica Walker, Kelly Skoog
Anglicans For Life - Kathleen Demers and Marjorie Franko
Nursing Home Service - Archdeacon Michael, Steve Walker
Archdeacon Michael and Steve Walker offer two short services a month at Marlborough Hills Nursing home,
bringing the Word of the Lord through hymns, prayers and readings. If you would like to be involved, please
contact Steve Walker here.
Mission Ministers (St. Mary’s, Kumasi, Ghana) - Martha Ayisi
Food Pantry - Fr Btuce and Sue Thayer
Our Father’s Table - Suzy Kenyon and Emily Morse
Our Father's Table (OFT) at First Baptist Church in Marlborough has been providing delicious and nutritious
dinners to members of the French Hill community for many years. Several area congregations take turns
preparing and serving meals three evenings a week. On the second Tuesday of every other month, our dedicated
crew dishes it up from 4 - 6pm to an appreciative crowd of some 30 -40 guests. We are funded by the AMiA Poor
and Marginalized Grant. If you would like to volunteer, please contact us here
Acolytes - Don Richards
The Acolyte Program at Holy Trinity Anglican Church is made up of lay persons, mostly young children between
the ages of 8 and 15 years old. Their dedication and commitment is to be an acolyte to assist the Priest in the
procession, gospel proclamation and recessional of the service proper. The acolyte’s contribution to the service is
one of self worth in love, faithfulness and loyalty by offering oneself to the glory of who he is in their life and to
enjoy in the celebration of Jesus Christ
Messenger - Monica Walker
The "Messenger", the newsletter of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, is published each month. It is sent through
regular mail, or emailed, as requested by recipients. The newsletter contains a letter from Archdeacon Michael, a
Youth Ministry page, and articles regarding upcoming events. It has a calendar of the month's events and
reminders of ongoing ministries and activities. Members and friends are encouraged to submit articles and other
items of interest. "Fillers" such as prayers, poems and cartoons are included as space permits. Suggestions,
comments and questions about the newsletter are always welcome. Please contact Monica Walker here with these,
with items to be included in the "Messenger", or to be added to the mailing list.
There are presently Small Groups meeting weekly at our church. Small Groups may take the form of a Bible
Study, Book Study or review a particular topic (e.g., Prayer). Small Groups provide a time of fellowship and
reflection with other members of the church family.
Small Group Wednesday - Archdeacon Michael, French Hill Chapel, schedule here
Men’s Breakfast and Fellowship Group - Dan Morse
Inner-City Ministry - Don Richards
Our spiritual inner-city ministry program is reaching out within our community to provide and assist those who
wish to take part and to develop personal relationship skills in English Speaking, Computer Basic training, etc.,
and is in development.
Visiting the Homebound - Deacon Rhonda Cotton
Those who are homebound are brought communion bimonthly. Others who desire communion at home or just
some companionship for a while can let the church know so that we can arrange a time to stop by.
Youth Group - Fr Andrew, Karen Cummins
English as a Second Language - Don Richards
The ESL (English as a Second Language) Ministry Program is sponsored by Holy Trinity Anglican Church in
conjunction with the Assembly of God, called Mustard Seed. It is designed to assist individuals who wish to increase
their English language proficiency in order to:
Become more proficient in language usage in general.
Greater opportunities for job placement
Improve academic or cultural performance, and increase opportunities towards acceptance.
Leaders: Please provide a short paragraph for your area of responsibility - thanks!
Please send enquiries about any ministry to the link shown, or here