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  • Hello and Happy New Year!
    This weekend the second collection is Tornado victims in Kentucky. Please prayerfully consider what you can do to support those who are suffering such terrible losses.

    PSR scheduled for this weekend has been cancelled....
    Hello and Happy New Year!
    This weekend the second collection is Tornado victims in Kentucky. Please prayerfully consider what you can do to support those who are suffering such terrible losses.

    PSR scheduled for this weekend has been cancelled. We plan to resume as scheduled in February. Also, for those who have children making their First Holy Communion this year--please mark your calendars for preparation classes on Saturday Feb 5th and Saturday March 5th from 10-noon. The date for First Holy Communion is May 8th.

    Super Bowl Hoagies will be back! Please watch for order forms to reserve your Hoagies. If you can help prepare Hoagies beginning at 10:30 am on Saturday, February 12th we would appreciate it. Contact Cathy 330-874-4716 if you can help. All proceeds go to support our Schools.

    A Reminder that Holy Trinity is still supporting TV Schools Backpack program with cans of ravioli. Help feed our kids in need on the weekends when they are not receiving school lunches. Ravioli can be placed in box in the hallway.

    What do the Knights of Columbus Do?
    Most everyone in the parish knows of the presence of the Knights of Columbus but do they know what the K of C does year after year? Well, as it turns out, they do quite a lot.
    The most visible things the Knights do are the annual Fish Fry’s and the Brat sales in Zoar, which are actually a parish activity with the Knights setting everything up, ordering the food, coordinating volunteers, etc.. However, there are activities that are not so visible, such as preparing and serving meals for distribution by the Salvation Army each month, setting up for bereavement lunches, Welcoming Dinners/Breakfasts, organizing Family Rosary Sundays, building maintenance/cleanup. All these have a cost to them.
    Over the past year the Knights have spent $2192.00 for the Salvations Army lunches, donating $4527.00 to the parish in support of activities and donating $3000.00 to St Vincent de Paul. In addition to monetary donations, Knights have donated their time to the tune of over 1500 hours for all the above activities and then some.
    One of the mottos of the Knights is “In Solidarity with Our Priests”. That means that if Father or the Deacon asks for help, the Knights respond with “Yes”. Very, very rarely, if ever, is the response “No”.
    Holy Trinity Council 13081 has a membership of 45, with about 25 who are active. The average age of the members is 68. The council is always looking for new members and any Catholic gentleman 18 years old and above may join the Order. Joining is as easy as going to www.kofc.org, clicking the “Join” button and following the instructions, noting Council # 13081. The Exemplification is done virtually and takes about 35 minutes. Families are invited to participate along with the candidate, as the Knights of Columbus is a family-oriented society.
    So now you know what it is that the K of C does in/for the parish. So, the next time you see a parish event taking place, express your thanks to the Knights who are working diligently to make that event a rousing success.
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  • A Reminder: this coming weekend is the last weekend for donations for Altar Flowers and for Clergy Christmas Gifts.

    Please feel free to take the book "Life is Messy", located in the hallway, home for yourself or to give to a neighbor, family...
    A Reminder: this coming weekend is the last weekend for donations for Altar Flowers and for Clergy Christmas Gifts.

    Please feel free to take the book "Life is Messy", located in the hallway, home for yourself or to give to a neighbor, family member or friend. There are plenty of books still available.

    Holiday Mass Times are:
    Christmas Eve Friday 12/24 at 5 pm
    Christmas Day Saturday 12/25 at 10 am
    Sunday 12/26 at 10 am.

    I would personally like to thank all of our Ministry Volunteers for your service to Holy Trinity and for your always prompt response to my text requests. It is a pleasure to work with all of you!
    This year I am asking for your help in scheduling for Christmas weekend since I have no idea if you will be in town or what Mass you may be attending. We are going to be asking for extra help with ministries since we should have many visitors to the Church. So if you can volunteer for one of the slots below, I would appreciate it. Please RSVP by Sunday, December 19th so that I can try to fill in any open slots.
    FRIDAY 5 PM
    Lectors 2 people
    Greeters 4 people
    Ushers 2 People
    Servers 2 People
    Livestream 1 Person
    SATURDAY 10 AM
    Lectors 2 people
    Greeters 4 people
    Ushers 2 people
    Servers 2 people
    Livestream 1 person
    SUNDAY
    Lectors 1 person
    Greeters 2 people
    Ushers 1 person
    Servers 2 people
    Livestream 1 person
    Friday and Saturday we would like two of the Greeters to be outside of the Church, so if you are willing to be outside please indicate that.

    Have a Blessed and Happy Christmas!
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  • I want to thank everyone who helped make the Brat booth a success. From the set up crew, the people who helped man the booth for Saturday and Sunday, the tear down crew, and the group that came in Monday to clean, all did an outstanding job. I...
    I want to thank everyone who helped make the Brat booth a success. From the set up crew, the people who helped man the booth for Saturday and Sunday, the tear down crew, and the group that came in Monday to clean, all did an outstanding job. I thank not only those who helped with Christmas in Zoar, but also those who helped this year with the Harvest Fest and the Civil War. We brought in over $5,000.00 this year to the church.

    For those who have not had the opportunity to help, please think about signing up for the next event the church has. You will be amazed by the talented people who make up our church family. You will also find we have a lot of laughs as we learn about each other.

    A special thanks to Fr. Tomas for blessing the caravan on the way to set up and for his support.

    Thanks all and God bless us all,

    Mark Yovanovich
    K of C
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    We often don't know how the things we do affect others. Here is a letter that will make your heart smile!

    Dear Friends,
    We have spent our lives looking for ways to serve and now find ourselves being served. The Thanksgiving meals which you delivered yesterday were very much appreciated. Jim is under Hospice care and eats very little. He ate more dressing and cranberry sauce and some meat. He ate his cherry pie with coffee last night at 10 pm. This was a blessing to see for me. He slept better with more food in him. I ate the rest of his meal and our son came on Sunday and he enjoyed the second meal. Again we thank the churches who work together for this project.

    Barb and Jim Donner

    P.S. We have enjoyed many fish dinners over the years at Holy Trinity.
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    Thanks to all who very generously donated hats, mittens, gloves and socks for the TV Affordable Christmas. Holy Trinity collected a record amount of items to assist the local school kids. Because of you caring kindness many students will have winter outer clothes to keep them warm this winter. Thank you so much.
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    A Christmas Musical "He is Here" will be performed by St. Paul's Combined Community Choir in Mineral City, on December 12th at 7 pm. Choir members from many local churches are involved, including our very own Dave Weiland. Everyone is invited to attend this spirit filled evening of joy and praise!
    _______________________________________________________________Some Reminders:

    Mass Intentions are being scheduled for 2022. The stipend for each Mass is $10 and the Mass Intention Envelopes are on the credenza.

    The Collection for Clergy Christmas gifts will be ongoing through Dec 19th. Checks can be made out to Holy Trinity with a note in the memo line "Clergy Christmas". There is a box in the hallway for donations.

    We are still participating in the Ravioli Backpack Program which provides food to 98 needy kids over the weekend when they are not receiving school lunches. Ravioli cans can be placed in the box at the entranceway between the two double doors.

    Christmas Flower donations are being accepted thru December 17th.

    Please feel free to take any of the Advent Books in the hallway for yourself or to give to others. There are still quite a few left.

    Holiday Mass Times are as follows:
    Christmas Eve, Friday December 24th-- 5 pm
    Christmas Day, Saturday December 25th-- 10 1m
    Sunday, December 26th--10 am
    Saturday, January 1-- 4:30 pm
    Sunday, January 2-- 10 am

    That's all for this week!
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  • We still need some help for the Christmas in Zoar Brat Tent on Dec 4th and 5th.Sign up sheets are in the hallway.

    Thank you to all who helped with the Thanksgiving Turkey Dinners. Over 370 people enjoyed a Turkey Dinner because of your help...
    We still need some help for the Christmas in Zoar Brat Tent on Dec 4th and 5th.Sign up sheets are in the hallway.

    Thank you to all who helped with the Thanksgiving Turkey Dinners. Over 370 people enjoyed a Turkey Dinner because of your help and the help of the Tusky Valley Ministerial Association. Well Done!

    A Collection for our clergy Christmas gifts will begin the weekend of Nov 27th. There will be a box for donations in the hallway. Checks should be written to Holy Trinity with Clergy Gift in the memo line.

    Three different Advent books for Adults and Families are in the hallway. Season's Greetings is geared to families and encourages reflection on Christmas Traditions, Bible verse, discussion and activities. Life is Messy by Mattew Kelly is about putting our lives and ourselves back together when life doesn't go as expected. Lastly, jump- start your prayer life with a 6 minute a day reflection for Advent with readings in "The Little Blue Book". Books are free, just take one home with you!

    Blessings to all as we celebrate our Thankfulness. Happy Thanksgiving!
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  • We are still in need of drivers to deliver Turkey Dinners this Sunday. Please text or call Deacon Lyn if you can drive at 330-432-2066. You would need to be at the Church around 1:15. Thank you for your help!

    Christmas in Zoar Brat Tent is...
    We are still in need of drivers to deliver Turkey Dinners this Sunday. Please text or call Deacon Lyn if you can drive at 330-432-2066. You would need to be at the Church around 1:15. Thank you for your help!

    Christmas in Zoar Brat Tent is almost upon us. Please volunteer to help at the Brat Tent. Shifts are as follows: Saturday Dec 4 9-11:30, 11:30-2:30 and 2:30-5.
    Sunday 11:30-2 and 2-4. You can sign up after mass in the hallway or contact Mark at 330-936-2629.

    Many thanks to all who contributed or helped with the Boxes of Joy. Goal for the Youth project was to ship 100 boxes. Last year we shipped 72 boxes and this year we will ship 144 boxes! We also collected $668 to help defray the cost of shipping. Thank you, thank you! You truly are amazing!

    Also an update on donations to help the two local families who lost their homes in a fire. We collected $2260. Many, many thanks for your kindness and generosity.

    Christmas flower donation forms are in the bulletin this week. Due date is December 17th!

    That's all for now!
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  • As we remember all our Veterans today--- Thank you to all who have served our Nation. Your sacrifice and the sacrifice of your families is much appreciated.

    Thanks to all who helped clean out the storage barn. It looks great!

    We still could...
    As we remember all our Veterans today--- Thank you to all who have served our Nation. Your sacrifice and the sacrifice of your families is much appreciated.

    Thanks to all who helped clean out the storage barn. It looks great!

    We still could use a few drivers to deliver Turkey dinners on Sunday, Nov 21st.
    Sign up sheet is in the hallway.

    Reminder, PSR is this Sunday immediately following Mass.

    Also Boxes of Joy will be packed form 11-2 pm this Sunday. The response has been overwhelming. Thanks to all who donated to make someone's Christmas special.

    Thank you to all who donated to the two families that lost their homes in a fire. We collected $1260. Your generosity will go a long way to helping them get re-established.

    Deadline to donate hats. mittens, gloves and or socks to TV Schools Affordable Christmas is 11-29. Please be as generous as your means allow.

    One of the key points that came out as a result of the RPRF survey is evangelization. We are looking for a few parishioners to attend an Evangelization Leadership Summit along with a couple of our staff members on Saturday, December 4th. The summit is from 7:45 to 4. We will be car-pooling. Contact the office for instructions on registration if you will be joining us at 330-874-4716.

    Last day to mail Christmas cards to Moshi Priests and Seminarians is Nov. 15th.
    Send to T.O. Bennett, 5707 Nella Ave. NW North Canton OH 44720. If you wish to send a gift, please write a check to T.O. Bennett, along with the card. not in the card. The money will be sent via MoneyGram to Fr. August the diocese vocations director who will distribute the gifts to the appropriate person.

    TCCES Meatball Mania Fundraiser order forms are in the hallway. Orders for Peach Fragasse sauce, meatballs and Dinolfo's dressing must be received at TCCES by Friday, Nov 19th.

    That's all for this week!
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