The Brotherhood of St. Andrew
This international men’s organization has been active in promoting fellowship, service and worship for men since the 1800’s. Holy Trinity became the 7th church in Florida to have a Chapter of the Brotherhood. Many projects are presented to the Brotherhood for consideration and involvement. Meetings are the first Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Library. For more information, contact Chairman Rick Winkler (352-538-6424).
Coffee Hour Servers
Members who help provide hospitality after the 8:00 and 10:30 worship services. Contact Mary Hitchner (372-4721) for 8 a.m., or Joyce Crawford (352-214-6539) for 10:30 a.m.
Daughters Of The King
An order of Episcopal women who faithfully and joyfully promise to serve the Lord in Prayer, Service and Evangelism. Contact the parish office (372-4721).
Episcopal Church Women
Episcopal Church Women gather locally, and throughout the diocese, to plan special events and support the life of the church. Contact Mary Prine (372-0037).
Foyer Fellowship Groups
A wonderful resource for newcomers, groups of 8-10 adult members who gather monthly at a member’s home to share a meal and fellowship. Contact Dee Dugger (375-6889) for dinner Foyer groups.
Funeral Reception Guild
The Funeral Guild helps host receptions after funerals in Page Parish Hall. Contact Dilon Ellis (332-1018).
Meets Tuesdays from 4:30 to 5:00 at the home of Ann Page for silent meditation. Affiliated with the World Community of Christian Meditation. Contact Ann Page (376-6986).
Meets once a month to collate, fold, and prepare the church newsletter for mailing. Contact Mary Hitchner in the parish office (372-4721).
Parish members who volunteer in the parish office during the week to assist with office work, telephone answering, etc. Contact Mary Hitchner at the parish office (372-4721).
St. Elizabeth Circle
All women of the church are welcome and encouraged to join St. Elizabeth’s Circle. This service-oriented group meets at 10:00 a.m. on the second Tuesday of the month from September through May. The usual agenda includes prayer, a program, and various charitable projects, followed by lunch. Meetings are held either in a member’s home or at the church. Newcomers who would like someone to accompany them, would like further information, or would like to be placed on the mailing list, contact Taffy Noble (337-2837 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org).