The ECW is collecting household items for the Absolutely Beautiful Clutter sale. If you have any gently used household items you would like to donate, please see Nancy Ketelhohn or contact the church office.
Barbara’s Attic will also have several wonderful pieces for sale. Click here to see the current items for sale.
All proceeds from this year's sale will be shared between Trinity's Preservation Fund and The Isaiah House. To see items in person please contact Barbara Hulette or email her at Hulettebarbara@yahoo.com.
***Please note: We cannot accept Electronics, Shoes, Clothes or Books ***
The Arts Commission of Danville/Boyle County Presents
A Gallery Talk
Black History Month
the Pieceable Friends Quilt Exhibit
The Civil War and Underground Railroad Quilts-
History or Mystery
Thursday, February 16th
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Free and open to the public
McKinney Conference Center
Boyle County Library Upcoming Events
Monday, February 20
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Boyle Landmark Trust, African American Historical Society, Boyle County Public Library and the Genealogical Society is hosting an evening with Mr. Dwayne Walker and Mrs. Michelle Carter.
Mr. Walker grew up in Danville. He is the first African American from Danville to attend and graduate from The United States Military Academy West Point.
Ms Carter grew up in Lexington. She began her academic journey at Eastern Kentucky University (EKU), but after a year decided to join the United States Army, serving eight (8) years active duty as a Personnel Actions Specialist (75E/MOS). She is currently the Director of Student Support Services at The Bluegrass Community and Technical College, Danville Campus.
Centre College Upcoming Events
Thursday, February 16
The Diversity Office, The Diversity Student Union, and The Center for Teaching and Learning are collaborating on two events featuring Dr. Khuram Hussain, Associate Professor of Education at Hobart and William Smith Colleges:
4:10 p.m.-5:15 p.m. in the Grissom Reading Room in the Library
Dr. Hussain will share his reflections on using intergroup dialogue techniques in a community-based learning course. This course, which brought students and community members together to share knowledge, develop skills for dialogue, and build equity, aimed to create spaces where all participants were equally empowered. Following Dr. Hussain’s reflections, we invite you to stay for a discussion of the ways we might use mutual empowerment models of community-based learning here at Centre.
7:00 p.m. in the Evans-Lively Room
Dr. Hussain will lead a convocation on community dialogue. One of the core challenges of our 21st century is the question of difference and diversity. How we deal with that question will set the destiny of our generation. We have all witnessed the ways in which differences can lead to distrust, and misunderstanding, ultimately isolating people from their own neighbors, preventing us from working towards common solutions. At such times we fail to see one another and we make decisions about each other that are rooted in misconceptions and bad information. Yet difference and diversity are not going anywhere. So how do we all engage the diversity around us? Through facilitated community dialogue, we will listen to each other, share our experiences and stories, and learn how to work towards common solutions.
Friday, February 17
Race in the Entertainment Industry
Featuring Ben Vereen
10:20 a.m.–11:20 a.m.
Facilitated discussion for Centre College students and the general public. Since Ben was featured in the TV series Roots and originated historically Black roles on Broadway & film, the audience will gain valuable insights into one Black actor’s life & struggles over the past half century.
From Blackface to Defying Gravity: The Ever-Evolving Life of Ben Vereen
7:00 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.
* FREE TO PUBLIC & CONVOCATION*
A free public lecture, in recognition of Black History Month, Ben will share with the audience details of his life as an African American performer. From his early days to originating roles on Broadway and television to President Ronald Reagan’s inauguration to the loss of his 16-year-old daughter and his own recovery from being struck by a car and struggling with addiction. Ben’s successful comeback as a performer earning roles in numerous movies and television shows further demonstrates that his journey to date has been colorful and ever-evolving. This is a true story of the human condition.
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Steppin’ Out With Ben Vereen
8:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
(To purchase tickets please contact Norton Center box office)
Full-length evening performance featuring Broadway hits, a tribute to the Rat Pack and songs from the American Songbook.
The Wassail Party
January 7, 2017
from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
at the home of
Wayne Burke and David Roberts
441 East Main Street, Danville, KY 40422
Please join us for fellowship, music and food.
Please bring an appetizer to share.
The Nursery will be open at Trinity during the Wassail party.
Please RSVP by email to email@example.com by December 28th if your child will be attending. There will be a charge of $5.00 a child.
Vestry (Term 2017 - 2019)
Allison Ramsey, Nick Wade, and Virginia Robbins-Bugg
Thank you to Carol Seidel, Cody Polston, Megan Milby, and Patten Mahler for volunteering for the election!
Our outgoing Vestry members are: Lisa Nesmith (2016 Senior Warden), John Ferguson (2016 Junior Warden), and Anthony Haigh.
Our ongoing Vestry members are: Aaron Rodocker (2017), Jason Swanson (2017), Linda Taylor (2017), Janet Gordon (2018), Mary Lou Garland (2018), and Thad Overmyer (2018).
A huge note of gratitude to Margaret Gardiner, our Vestry clerk!
Deputies for Diocesan Convention 2017
Anthony Haigh, Jane Brantley, and Neil Eklund
JP Brantley, Alternate
Mary Lou Garland, Vestry Deputy
Trinity's Adopted Saint for 2017
St. Francis of Assisi
November 13, 2016
Worship @ 9:30 a.m.
Meeting follows Worship
Nominations are open for:
3 seats for 3 year terms each
(Meets once a month and has one scheduled retreat in the year.)
Deputy to Diocesan Convention
3 seats for a 1 year term
(Convention is typically a Saturday commitment in February. Deputies also serve for special conventions, if necessary.)
Trinity Episcopal Church adopts a Saint
Nominate your favorite Saint.
Please make nominations to the office.
Low Country Boil
Saturday, October 15, 2016
at the Cooper-Sheffield Home
2050 Old Lexington Road
3:00 p.m. - Games and Visit
5:00 p.m. - Low Country Boil
Volley Ball, Corn Hole, Ladder Toss, Bocce Ball, Hula Hoops, Driveway Chalk
Low Country Boil, Hot Dogs, Cole Slaw, Salad, Mac N Cheese, Chips, Bread
Soft Drinks, Water, Beer, Wine
Assorted Ice Creams
Suggested Donations: $5.00 per person/$20.00 family
Upcoming Listening Sessions
The Standing Committee will be conducting a listening session for clergy and laity to determine if Dr. Doug Hahn will return as our bishop at Trinity Episcopal Church.
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
6:00 PM: Evening Prayer
6:30 to 8:00 PM: Listening Sessions
You may also answer the Standing Committee's questions through the diocesan website until September 15. www.diolex.org.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 859-236-3374.
Join us on August 28th for the annual Pig Roast!!!
Clark Farm, 4545 Lebanon Road, Danville, Kentucky
4:00 pm: Swimming
5:30 pm: Dinner
Please bring chairs or blankets, swim gear, and your potluck dish.
Pig, beverages, and eating utensils will be supplied.
No Lifeguard on Duty! Parents are responsible for their own children.
Directions to Clark’s Farm: 4545 Lebanon Rd. (Rt. 34 WE): From downtown, follow KY 34W (Lebanon Rd) across bypass. Farm is on the left 2/10 of a mile beyond the Alum Springs Crosspike intersection. Name is on the mailbox. Follow farm lane to parking area near house.