10:15 am Christian Formation
11:15 am The Holy Eucharist Rite II
2nd THURSDAY MONTHLY
NOON - The Holy Eucharist with Unction and Healing prayers
4:00 p.m. - Christmas Pageant
7:30 p.m. - Sacred Music and The Holy Eucharist
10:00 p.m. - Sacred Music and The Holy Eucharst
Please join the parish family at Lowdermilk Beach on for Evening Prayer. The Youth and musicians will lead us as we enjoy God's beauty around us and offer prayers as the sun sets.
What's new in nutritional medicine? Parishioner Dr. Caroline Cederquist, whose practice specializes in weight management and nutritional medicine, will discuss the benefits of organic foods; health concerns with genetically modified foods; what is all the interest in gluten free foods; how food sensitivity and allergy can contribute to health conditions like Irritable Bowel Syndrome; Fibromyalgia; Eczema; Asthma; and ADHD. She will also discuss why women gain weight with hormonal changes and what can be done to prevent or treat this.
Caroline J. Cederquist, M.D., is a new member of Trinity-by-the-Cove as well as a busy family woman, devoted to her husband and four children. Yet as the medical director of Cederquist Comprehensive Weight Control and as a health media personality, she is equally committed to the care of her own patients and the promotion of wellness for everyone.
Please sign the roster in the Parish Hall or call 239-262-6581 ext 201 to make a reservation.
Advent Silence and Serenity:
Contemplative Voices from ancient Palestine, medieval France and Italy and contemporary America
Our acclaimed Trinity-by-the-Cove choir will lead you to the true meaning of Christmas in their concert of favorite carols, old and new. They will be accompanied by Peter Lewis on the organ; Wendy Willis, flute; Jim Dallas, percussion; and Richard Fleisher, harp. Dallas and Fleisher are both principals of the Naples Philharmonic. Included will be I saw three ships; Gesu Bambino; Joy to the World; Patapan, Cantique de Noël; Gustav Holst’s medley, Christmas Day; and others. The concert concludes with a carol sing-along.
Come early for a good seat; these concerts are usually full. Admission is free, and no tickets or reservations are required. There is a free-will offering received. For more information, please call director of music John Fenstermaker at 262 6581, ex. 207.
Please note that the two concerts begin at different times