On September 12, 2021, Trinity celebrated 190 years of worship and ministry in Monroe. Included in the celebration was the dedication of the kitchen to honor Kimberly Blair Domick. Kim was a talented chef, food writer for The Monroe News and devoted parishioner. Kim would often say "Food is Love" and her culinary talents made love visible.
As a part of the celebration, guests received Kourabiedes and Melt-Away Bars, cookies that were featured in Kim's first column in The Monroe News on December 5, 2010.
The article and recipes, as they originally appeared in the paper, can be found below.
From left to right, Trinity Episcopal Church vestry member Kris Hudson, Kim's mother Julia Domick, Senior Warden Dave Potter, Junior Warden Tim Schilling and Treasurer Allen Pixley stand in front of the newly dedicated kitchen.
The embroidered sign perched above the doors was crafted by Andrea Johnson.
The plaque to honor Kimberly Blair Domick hangs proudly in the parish hall kitchen.
It reads: "'Food is Love.' This kitchen is dedicated to Kimberly Blair Domick, a talented chef, food writer and devoted parishioner. Her culinary talents brought people together and made love visible."