Welcome From Rev. Donna Maree
Whatever draws you to the corner of 22nd and Spruce, you will find a place where you can encounter God. Whether you bring your child to Trinity Play Group, sit in the worship hall for respite or prayer, or simply stop in to inquire about the volunteer opportunities.
If you were brought up in a church tradition and just moved into the neighborhood … welcome. If you are not quite sure what you believe but think God has been calling your heart … welcome. If the journey has been difficult lately, we are here for refreshment or solace. If you are looking for a place to stop in to give thanks, Trinity is a sacred space in the middle of a bustling neighborhood.
We do not forget that Jesus calls us all to be servants to one another. Members of Trinity work side by side with neighbors in a unique arrangement called Trinity at 22nd. Inside the historic buildings you will find a flexible space that serves many purposes from worship to fundraising, from concerts to Thanksgiving meals, from nursery school to a homeless shelter.
Services on Sunday engage all the senses: candles wafting care-laden prayers, a variety of musical genres, all ages participating in an awesome setting of warm wood, impasto-winged angels and stained glass in a bright, open space. We gather in a circle around the common Table of one Bread and Cup as we come for solace and strength, for pardon and renewal.
Warm handshakes, wide smiles, visitor-detailed worship guides, and open hearts ready to encounter and worship God draw our spirits into community and fellowship. Our façade may be imposing but our welcome will knock your socks off!
As the spiritual center of Trinity at 22, Trinity Memorial has served as a house of worship and community resource for more than 125 years. With a progressive theology, our spirituality is evident as we grow and serve God and the community.
Visit us any time. Shalom+
Donna Maree, Rector and pastor