Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
Episcopal worship . . .
. . . tradition with a twist!
With music, scripture, prayer and reflection, we draw a liturgy from around the globe. Pray in the words from Iona, New Zealand, Kenya and more as we celebrate the one, holy church of God in many expressions.
During the summer months, when life is less structured, the questions and wiggles of little ones bring life to the mix in the activities corner during service.
ALL are welcome!
Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
(during the month of August 2019 we invite everyone to worship at 10:30)
children.together is a brief, participatory service for families with young children.
Specifically designed with 0-7 year-olds in mind, this half-hour service helps engage children in story, song and prayer while helping to develop their sense of God.
Using the Diddy Disciples curriculum, the service includes singing, a gospel story, liturgy, interactive prayers and communion. Children (and parents/caregivers!) are invited to sit on the floor to experience the service firsthand and to participate in aspects of the service including carrying the processional cross, assisting with serving communion and offering their own prayers of intercession.
Happy chatter and joyful wiggles are most welcome!
For more information, please contact Donna Maree at email@example.com
The first Wednesday each month
August 7 at 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Meet neighbors over a good meal provided by everyone. This is an opportunity to build a wider community of caring simply by providing a space for conversation. Trinity is truly a center of your neighborhood!
Commit to deepen your relationship with God:
Every Wednesday from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.
Begin your day with Rev. Donna and others for Morning Prayer and conversation in the Rector’s Office. Bring your coffee!
Last Tuesday each month,
5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
We gather as an interfaith group of needle crafters to use our talents to stitch creations such as prayer shawls, scarves, hats, gloves, quilts, blankets, lap robes and more for people living in nursing homes, hospices, shelters or on the streets.
“God nudges us toward each other at key moments in our lives.”
I believe I have experienced this in an almost constant stream if I take the moment to hear with my heart instead of my ears or see through Jesus’ assurance rather through my jaded eyes.
We hope to teach our children to look for the good in people and situations, and to do for others what they might look for in times of need.
One way to do this is to listen and look with the intention of our loving God before we judge or speak. You are the light of the world to your child—a gifted teacher, a pearl of unimaginable value.
Love God, Love your neighbor.