While physical prayer gatherings are suspended we will be meeting on Zoom for all of our worship times.
All welcome, all the time
9 for children or 10:30 for everyone.
Sundays at 10:30
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.
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ALL are welcome!
Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
children.together is a brief, participatory service for families with young children.
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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, and interactive prayers.
Children (and parents/caregivers!) are invited to participate in all aspects of the service, offering their own prayers of intercession, playing instruments, dancing and wandering the room as they soak in the message.
Happy chatter and joyful wiggles are most welcome!
For more information, please contact Rev. Donna Maree at firstname.lastname@example.org
The first Wednesday each month
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 to 10 a.m.
Begin your day with Rev. Donna and others for coffee and prayer
Bring your coffee!
Every Thursday at 5:30 - 6 pm
Prepare for the weekend;
Evening Prayer and reflection.
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Last Tuesday each month,
contact Lynn for information during the building shut-down
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.
Our building is closed but
the mission continues!
Trinity: church and
center of the neighborhood
Trinity exists to serve neighbors far and near. We make the spaces available as a blessing and for practical reasons ... community forums to concerts.
We continue to pray together and worship by moving our services online. We are also keeping our staff employed, repairing and readying for building rentals and and all activity to resume. We depend on members and neighbors and rentals to keep these buildings in good shape for all purposes. If you would like to contribute to this purpose, click here and designate your gift as you see fit.
Happy Easter for 50 days!
If it seems you have not heard or seen a bit of good news lately, here is one you need … remember,
You are not alone;
We are in this together.
If this is not enough for you, make some more:
call a friend and make their day!
give thanks for the smile of a child;
think of your mom’s best moment;
realize the blessing of the hydrangea;
believe that you are a blessing;
know that today is not forever.
and one more ...
Congratulations to Anja C-D who graduated from Central High School and is on her way to Northeastern in the Fall.
Alleluia, Alleluia, this is the Good News.
Join on Sunday mornings to be faithful and to be upheld. (see left column for link)
9:00 for young children
10:30 for everyone
God is with us on this journey.
Under a Rest: by Diana,
Music: the heart praising God
Hello my friends! Last week's service was interesting because we could not see each other due to an unfortunately timed Zoom outage, but luckily, we still had our music, our voices, our readings, and each other.
We sang There's a Wideness in God's Mercy and How Can I Keep from Singing ("since Christ is Lord of heaven and earth, how can I keep from singing?"). I have had that song stuck in my head for two weeks and enjoy belting it out at random times, scaring other occupants of the house. I suggest we all try it, as it leads to very amusing results.
I played the Forrest Gump theme (that movie is all about hope, optimism, and innocence to me) after Donna's excellent sermon, and some ragtime during the offertory. It was wonderful to hear you all last Sunday, and I look forward to seeing and hearing you all next week! Until then, how can you keep from singing?
How do I keep from singing? listen HERE