Monday, March 23, 2020

Is this proper social distancing?

Let's stay connected during the corona virus stay-at-home time. If you have Trinity photos to share, please leave a message in the comment section. You can send photos of yourself and family as you remain sequestered in your home and neighborhood OR photos of past parish events. 

We'll start with this picture that Stacy took as she walked solo on Sunday. Human members of our Trinity family have to keep our 6-feet social distance, but these tired furry friends visiting the churchyard are lounging very close together. James Golden built the benches for his Eagle Scout project last year. The squirrels are grateful for your craftsmanship, James.

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” (Matthew 11:28)

Saturday, March 7, 2020

Youth Sundays - February and March 2020

At our annual meeting on January 26, parish members decided to designate the first Sunday of each month as Youth Sunday. During the Holy Eucharist Service, youth served as lectors and prayer leaders. The children performed special songs - "This Little Light of Mine" on February 2nd and "Jesus Loves Me" on March 1st.




Annual Parish Meeting - January 26, 2020


Our annual meeting took place after the Holy Eucharist Service on January 26, 2020.



Friday, December 20, 2019

Christmas Pageant and Bishop's Visitation 2019

On December 15, 2019, our Sunday School students presented their annual Christmas Pageant. This year we were blessed to have Bishop Love in attendance. He spent time with the kids at the pageant's conclusion, admiring notes and pictures that they had made for him.  As usual, the children made all of us smile, we appreciated this traditional celebration of Jesus's birth.





































Monday, September 16, 2019

Second Annual Neighborhood Carnival - September 15, 2019

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About 80 people participated in our Second Annual Neighborhood Carnival. Many members of our Trinity family served free hot dogs and ice cream and manned the carnival booths: whack a frog, duck pond, ring drop, lollipop tree, balloon pop and duck pond among them.

Special thank-yous to Chris Balkwell, our organizer-extraordinaire, for all the work she did on set up; to Stacy Draper for her grant-writing efforts; and to Phoebe Bevis, master chef! The weather couldn't have been better!

The Record reporter Lauren Halligan was on hand to photograph the event and to write an article (here) that appeared in the Monday, September 16th issue of the newspaper. Thanks, Lauren!