Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
A parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas part of the World-wide Anglican Communion
3217 Guthrie Rd
Garland TX 75043
temporarily out of service.
If you need to call the office,
call (972) 226-0283

Office: church@holytrinitygarland.org
Father Matthew Crownover: rector@holytrinitygarland.org
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    09:00 am Worship - Also live on Facebook (Nursery for 5 and under)
    10:30 am Adult Sunday School in the Parish Hall
    10:30 am Youth Group - EYC in the Youth Hut
    07:00 pm Adults Christian Education in the Parish Hall
    07:00 pm Youth Group - EYC in the Youth Hut
    07:30 am Morning Prayer - Live on Facebook
Vacation Bible School
July 10 - 14, 2023
6pm dinner (optional)
6:30 pm - 8:30 VBS programming

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Ministry of the Month
Good Samaritans of Garland is our charity for the month of May. You may serve Good Samaritans in one of two ways:
  • You may donate food goods at any time. 
  • You can be a part of the team serving lunches on Tuesday, May 30th.
This is what we need: Individually wrapped desserts (ex: Little Debbie’s) Cuties (little tangerines or clementines) Box drinks LOAVES of bread (NOT pre-made sandwiches) Individual chip bags All lunch goodies are needed no later than Sunday, May 28.
Bless the Children African Mission
Stewardship: the careful and responsible management of something entrusted to one's care.
What do you do with those extra toothbrushes and reading glasses that accumulate in your home? Might you be visiting Costco, Sam's Club, Target, the Dollar Store, or Walmart this month?  Please consider picking up an extra toothbrush (or 2 or more!) and a pair of reading glasses as you go by the pharmacy section.
In July, our own Kim Freeman will be visiting Kenya with a dental team as part of Bless the Children African Mission. Huma is the name of the village where she and others will be working and serving. This will be her 10th mission visit. The team is collecting toothbrushes and reading glasses to distribute to the people and villages they will be assisting.
A basket for your donations is in the Giving Hall. Please consider helping this mission and supporting Dr. Kim and the Bless the Children African Mission team.
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Mondays ... Line Dancing 7:00 pm - Parish Hall
Tuesdays ... Lectio Divina 10:00 am - Daughters’ Room - See Leah
Wednesdays ... Gypsy Quilters 9:15 am to 1:30 pm - Parish Hall
Wednesdays ... Choir practice 7:00 pm - Choir Room
Fridays ... Square Dancing 7:00 pm - Parish Hall
May 30 ... Good Samaritan Lunch service
June 03 ... Brotherhood of St. Andrews meeting, 8:00 am - Parish Hall
June 10 ... Daughters of the King meeting, 10:00 am - Daughters’ Room
June 17 ... Brotherhood of St. Andrews meeting, 8:00 am - Parish Hall
Flower Ministry ... Sign up on the Flower Chart in the Narthex to celebrate or commemorate a loved one. You may make a donation at any time by noting "FLOWER FUND" in the memo area on your check. Let Chelsey Anderson know a week ahead of time for real flowers. Silk flowers - $10, Real flowers - $75
Inspired Vision Compassion Center ... Our goal is to feed and help as many people as we can in North Texas through salvation, mentoring, educating, and support systems. Contact Deacon Katie Gerber for more info.
Patriot Paws ... Needs Dawn, vinegar, bleach, Tide Liquid Laundry Detergent & peanut butter and cheese
Donations Sought
When you are cleaning out your closets, please donate women’s and children’s clothing to Sharing Life. We have containers in the giving hall. Also, men’s dressy clothing. For men, consider making a donation to One Man’s Treasure. If you would have your husband or son wear it then it is okay to donate it. The men usually need clothes that would work for blue-collar jobs. Jeans, khakis, polos, and tees are all acceptable. They need XL through 5X men’s polos desperately! Shop garage sales for gently used items to donate. They need work boots, steel toes, athletic shoes, or casual shoes. All sizes are accepted. You could buy socks or boxers. They prefer those over briefs. These donations are welcome at any time of the year.
Camp All Saints
A summer camp for the diocese, is located on the shores of beautiful Lake Texoma. From June 11 to July 1, there will be 3 one-week-long sessions. The cost is $300 per camper. Dates are:
June 11-17
June 18-24 (Jennifer Miller will be on the Deans Team)
June 25 to July 1 (Teen Camp) Deacon Katie Gerber will be there all three weeks.
Camp All Saints is also looking for camp counselors for the summer camps. Candidates must be at least 18 years old. Counselors will be compensated. Deacon Katie Gerber is the Youth Minister for the Dallas Diocese.
Lectio Divina group
Tuesdays 10:00 am in the Daughters’ room. Lectio Divina means: “divine reading” in Latin. It's a meditative way of reading the Bible in which we let go of our own agendas and open ourselves to what God is trying to say to us. Come try this ancient way of praying with scripture. See Leah for questions.
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WEBSITE: Bert Gravley 
469-877-6410 (cell)
Holy Trinity is a community of faith showing God's love for all people by welcoming, equipping and sending them to serve in the name of the Lord. We are an Episcopal church in the orthodox tradition.  If you are looking for a church where the Gospel is preached, the Creeds are embraced, where children and youth can grow in faith; come and worship with us.