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Green Celtic Cross from Bulletin 06-21-19


Do these folks look like they’re having fun?
Yes! you say. What are they doing?

Talking about God!
Really, you say? Where?

At McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub!

Eighteen members and friends of Trinity Episcopal Church
gathered on Wednesday evening, June 19
for Theology on Tap,
an informal gathering where deep theological thoughts can be shared
while drinking beer. Or wine. Or soft drinks.
Plan to join us next month, July 17,
at a yet-to-be determined location.
It’s a great way to explore faith and create friendships.

All are welcomed!

Trinity Sunday

June 16, 2019

The Patronal Feast and Parish Picnic.
Happy 148th Birthday, Trinity! Though the first service in this church was celebrated on December 24, 1871, we celebrate our birthday on Trinity Sunday.
There will be one Eucharist this weekend on Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m.

Our Partner Parish, Saint Margaret of Scotland
has invited us 
to a Concert and Reception
on Sunday, June 23 at 3:00 p.m.

Special Summer Piano Concert
And Dedication of the Gift of a New Piano
 to St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church 
Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 3:00 PM
Reception Following  


David Mascari, Music Director 

The performance will include works by
Beethoven, Chopin, Prokofiev, and more.</strong 

Mr. Mascari recently graduated from Kutztown University with a B.A. in Music with a focus in piano. He has been studying music since the age of six, studying under Maria Asteriadou, Peter Isaacson, Gary Stokes, Kurt Nikkanen, and Lou Czechowsky.  Last summer, Mr. Mascari traveled to Thessaloniki, Greece as part of an exchange program to study alongside several students at the University of Macedonia and performed in multiple recitals while at the University. David also attended the South Carolina Institute of Conducting, as well as the University of North Texas’ Conducting Institute, “Conducting Concerti.” Maestro-to-be Mascari will be attending Bard College Conservatory of Music in the upcoming fall season to pursue a Master of Music in Orchestral Conducting.

St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church
150 Elm St.      Emmaus, Pa 18049
Diocese of Bethlehem
(610) 967-1450 

The Rev. Jane Arrington Bender, Priest-in-Charge
(610) 570-3360

The Rev. Canon Laura Thomas Howell, Obl. S.B.

 [Free-Will Offering Accepted]

A Thank you from Thomas Jefferson Elementary School

We received a thank you note from Thomas Jefferson Elementary School to thank the Parish for the donation of School supplies in the month of May:
“Thank you so much for your donation of school supplies! We appreciate all your efforts to improve the lives of our students. Thomas Jefferson Elementary loves you! Have a good Summer. Love, Emma Bee Schwarz, Community Building, VISTA”