|Trinity Scrip Cards - Basic Information|
New this year, is Trinity's Scrip Program. Scrip is a program through which parishioners purchase prepaid cards for groceries, local stores and online retailers. A percentage of each card’s face value goes directly to Trinity, enabling the purchaser to financially support our church at no additional personal cost. Revenue from the scrip program has the potential to make a significant impact in our annual operating budget. Visit the Sunday Forum or the Trinity office to obtain scrip order forms for local grocery stores or information about our online program that offers cards from hundreds of merchants — many you are already using every month! Commit to supporting Trinity with this easy and effective program.
To purchase Scrip cards from online retailers go to: www.shopwithscrip.com When you register, you will be asked for your non-profit organizations code – Trinity’s code is F33292A331776. You may pay for these scrip cards by writing a check to “Trinity Scrip Program” or by signing up for automatic bank withdrawal. (Signing up for automatic bank withdrawal enables you to purchase ScripNow gift certificates instantly.) Regular gift cards are available to pick up at the church 5 to 14 days after ordering (depending on volume ordered by church).
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To submit information for our newsletter Trinity Topics, printed four times per year, e-mail articles and photos (with captions) to trinitytopics [at] gmail.com. For upcoming publications, deadlines and more information on Trinity Topics, click here.
111 S. Grant Street
Bloomington, IN 47408-4031
P.O. Box 336, Bloomington, IN 47402-0336
(812) 336-4466 | Fax (812) 336-6016
Hours: Trinity parish office is open Monday–Wednesday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Thursday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Trinity is a member parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis.
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