Church Service - in person
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What to Expect
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper- Tuesday February 21st at 5:30pm- Parish family and friends welcome
St. Patrick’s Corned Beef Dinner on March 17th starting at 5pm- Curb side or carry out only @ $15 per plate
Dear Members and Friends of Trinity,
The Amazing Grace of God continues to embrace us.
We are blessed to be a blessing. The power of Blessing is the transformation of the self; of our faith. This Sunday we are called to be “salty” and a “light”. How fun is that!
The Scriptures for this Sunday are:
Isaiah 58: 1-9 Psalm 112: 1-9
I Corinthians 2: 1-12 Matthew 5: 13-20
Prayerfully read and reflect upon these verses to enrich your worship experience.
+Annual Meeting following worship this Sunday. We share a potluck and then have the meeting. We review our ministry and budget, and vote on Vestry Members.
You are important and there is a chair here for you.
+MUSIC AT TRINITY PRESENTS: “Love Songs” by Frankie Ciccarelli and Eric Reinhardt, who are professional musicians and live in the Berkshires. They are good friends of mine and I have brought them to other congregations I have served in New England. An offering will be received for the Fuel Bank of Ware. The expenses for hosting the musicians are underwritten by Trinity. If you would like to donate to support this ministry, simply note on your check, “Music and Trinity”. Thank you.
Prayers Ascending for all who experience pain and need healing.
Pastor Randy Wilburn, Bridge Pastor
Trinity Episcopal Church welcomes you! When you join us for worship you will be greeted and given a bulletin that will help guide you through the order of the service. Episcopal services are based on The Book of Common Prayer which will be the red book in your pew.
During worship you will be able to follow along from the bulletin with the corresponding page numbers in The Book of Common Prayer. There will be several opportunities where you can enjoy or join in singing hymns. Music and words for the hymns are found in the blue hymnal in the pew.
Episcopal worship is centered around Communion, also known as The Holy Eucharist. All are invited to come forward and receive the bread and wine during communion, or if you would prefer you can come forward to receive a blessing by the priest or simply remain seated.
Services start at 10:00am on Sundays and typically last about one hour.
After service, please join us for downstairs for coffee hour in Morrill Hall. A chairlift is available if needed.
If you would like more information about the Episcopal Church or how to join or get involved please see a church member or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.