Back by popular demand...the Low Country Boil.
Last year's Low Country Boil was such a hit that we're
doing it again. Join us on Saturday, November 1st at 5:30 p.m.!
Father Rodriguez puts his faith where his heart is.
An excellent article in INSIDE VERO appeared recently in
both their print and online editions. It ran under the same title as we've
used above. In case you missed it,
click here to read the online story.
If you were one of the 150 people who attended last year's
event, you know the good food, fun and fellowship that were had by all. If
you missed last year's event, make sure you don't miss it this time
The Low Country Boil is a parish-wide fellowship event, so
bring your family and your friends. Mark your calendars now and RSVP by
signing up on the Bulletin Board after the service, on the Friendship
Forms or emailing Kathy Rodriguez at
Trinity Lecture Series now underway.
Continuing the highly acclaimed series launched earlier
this year, Trinity Episcopal Church has already started a series of
informative and thought-provoking seminars. Next up...
November 4, Dr. Bill Kelley, Professor of Medicine, Biochemistry and
Biophysics at the University of Pennsylvania, will speak about various
healthcare reforms currently the topics of public debate, including the
Affordable Care Act.
On November 11, local author Mr. Rody Johnson and Mr. Dick
Kerr will speak about the Old Vero Man Archeological Project, which will
reopen in January 2015. Mr. Johnson has lived in Vero most of his life and is
currently working on a book about the Old Vero Man project. His other books
include The Rise and Fall of Dodgertown and Different Battles: the
Search for a World War II Hero.
November 18, Doug
Ell will reveal insights from his new book,
Counting to God: a personal journey through science to belief. Ell is
an attorney in Washington DC and a former atheist. He is a graduate of MIT
and has a masterís degree in theoretical mathematics. In his talk, Ell
will focus on reconciling religion and modern science. More information is
event promises to provide a lively evening of stimulating dialogue.
More events in the Trinity
Lecture Series are scheduled to begin in January 2015. Lectures begin promptly
at 6:00 p.m. and are free to the public. All lectures will run approximately
45 minutes and will be followed by a 15-minute question-and-answer period.
First Communion classes coming in
Holy Communion Class will be held on Saturday, November 15th and Saturday,
November 22nd from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m, and First Holy Communion will
be held on Sunday, November 30th during the 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist
Service. All 1st and 2nd graders who are interested in receiving their
First Holy Communion are required to complete this class. In addition, any
child who already receives Holy Communion, but never attended the class
should plan to attend. For more information, contact Kathy Rodriguez via
Krodriguez@TrinityVero.org or call
the Church Office at