Tuesday, March 28
4 PM Prayers in the Evening (on Zoom)
A weekly opportunity to check in with one another and then offer our prayers.
Here’s the link for this Zoom gathering: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/196797551
Wednesday, March 29
9 AM Sermon Reflections (on Zoom)
Here’s the link for this Zoom conversation: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/837943460
12 Noon Holy Eucharist
Take a break in your busy week. This service held in the Trinity chapel. Please use the west entrance to Trinity (the doors facing St. Helens Street at the top of the ramp.)
5 PM Wonderful Wednesdays @ Trinity
Each Wednesday during Lent, you’re invited for all (or part) of an evening at Trinity. We’ll begin with a simple celebration of the Eucharist in the Trinity sanctuary at 5 PM, followed by a soup supper in Brooks Hall. Join in the Lenten Book Group discussion at 6:30 PM.
The book selected for our Lenten Book Group is “Freeing Jesus” by Diana Butler Bass. For this week, we’re reading Chapter 6 and the conclusion (pp. 216-268).
Sunday, April 2 – Palm/Passion Sunday
8 AM Worship Service
This service is held in the Trinity sanctuary.
9:15 AM Adult Forum
This morning, our discussion is focused on the history and significance of the services of Holy Week.
10 AM Worship Service
We gather in the St. Helens Hall sanctuary and online for this service. This Sunday, we’ll gather a little earlier behind Trinity to bless palms and process into St. Helens Hall.
- Here’s the link to the YouTube channel for this coming Sunday’s service: https://youtube.com/live/ISobcClNNnM
- We’re also streaming live from our Facebook “group” @ www.facebook.com/groups/1058566457549205.
The worship booklet for April 2 (Click HERE)
Print copies are by the parish office doors on Friday.
The announcements for Sunday, April 2 are found HERE.
“Keeping Holy Week” describes the background behind our observances in the coming days leading up to Easter. You can pick up a copy at church or read it HERE.
While we cannot eliminate all risks associated with COVID, there are things we can all do to reduce risk – and express care for one another. We encourage you to continue to wear masks in group settings for your own protection and out of care for one another.
Masks are available at the entrances to each sanctuary.
For those on Facebook, consider joining our Facebook “group” –offering ways to interact with other members of Trinity all through the week.
Join us @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/1058566457549205