Category Archives: Holy Trinity

Fall Forum Schedule

07 Instructed Eucharist (Fr.s Neil and Bruce)
14 The Book of Common Prayer: History & Theology (Fr. Neil)
21 The Book of Common Prayer: Use in Everyday Living (Fr. Bruce)
28 BCP Resources for Daily Use on the Internet (Randall Curtis)

05 History of Scripture
12 History of Anglicanism: Part I – England
19 History of Anglicanism: Part II – USA & The World Wide Anglican Communion
26 The Reformation from a Lutheran Perspective

02 Anglican Moral Vision (Fr. Neil)
09 Outreach Sunday: Applied Living as Episcopalians (Tod Lussen)
16 Catechism I – TBA
23 Catechism II – TBA
30 Q & A Sunday – Ask the Rector

07 Bishop’s Visit: The State of the Church in Arkansas
14 TBA

Dick Johnston Camp at Camp Mitchell

The Dick Johnston Children’s Camp just completed its 9th year of serving children of incarcerated parents. The camp is otally fund by donations and is free to the campers. The camp is held at Camp Mitchell on Petit Jean Mountain. Kari Petersen, Father Bruce Limozaine and Bill Monson, all members of Holy Trinity, served on the staff. For more information about the camp contact the director, Bill Monson at 501-922-4133 or

Vestry Picnic

The annual Vestry Picnic was on Sunday, June 15th, in the Pavilion on Lake Balboa. It was a beautiful day! Over a hundred attended. Phil Wilson and Millie performed their own original music. It was also a poignant day as Marilyn Johnson, long time member, is leaving and we hated to say goodby to her. She was presented a gift with pictures of our church and going away messages.

Good Friday Easter Basket Delivery

17 Holy Trinity members delivered 23 baskets early on Good Friday.  Baskets contained food for a hearty Easter dinner including ham, potatoes, apples, canned veggies and makings for pie and brownies.  This was the first year that Charles and Sue Hood led this project.  They replaced Bruce and Nancy Waldo who had been in charge of Easter Baskets for more years than they can remember.

Sunday Forum – Gwen Kaminski presents “Let’s Talk”

At Sunday’s Forum on April 6, Gwen began her presentation on relationships and how life’s events affect us.  She used the Episcopal 3-stool, Scripture, Tradition and Reason, in her discussion.  Then, she led us on her life journey beginning on the Fowl River in southern Alabama until she arrived in Hot Springs Village, AR, in December 2013.  What a lady!


Gwen Kaminski

Gwen Kaminski


Forum was well-attended.

Forum was well-attended.