Upcoming Trinity Events
Trinity Artist Series
Next Event: Two Horns & a Harp
Sunday, March 15
For more information and news of upcoming Trinity Artist Series events, click here to be taken to the TAS website.
What Is the God Particle?
Friday, January 31
Curious about the Higgs Boson (aka "The God Particle")?
Then join the Expressive Arts (and Sciences) Group on Friday, January 31, at 6:00 P.M. in the Parish Hall. We'll review the PBS documentary "Particle Fever," decorate Galaxy mugs, and engage in lively nonpartisan discussion. Supper will be served. See Jenneffer S. or Ellyn M. for more information.
Sunday, February 2
After the 10:30 AM service
Cost is a donation to the youth program.
Sunday, February 9
10:30 AM service
Wednesday, February 12
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Come and enjoy the food and fellowship!
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner
Tuesday, February 25
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Wednesday, February 26
Services at 10:00 AM and 7:00 PM
Trinity’s Angel Tree
It's time for our annual tradition of providing holiday gifts for members of our community. Now more than ever folks need to know that someone cares about them at Christmas. Angel Tree tags will be available beginning this Sunday, November 29th. If you have a key, you may pick them up from the tree in the Narthex at any time, otherwise during normal office hours (Monday – Thursday between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.).
Take a tag, purchase the gift listed, and return it, wrapped and with the Angel tag attached to the outside of the package, to the tree no later than Sunday, December 20th.
Thank you! This is a wonderful opportunity to bring some joy to our neighbors!
Red Cross Blood Drive
Trinity Episcopal Red Cross Fall Blood Drive
Friday, November 13, at the church
2:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Donating blood products is essential to community health and eligible donors are encouraged to donate during the COVID-19 outbreak. The Red Cross follows the highest standards of safety and infection control, and volunteer donors are the only source of blood for those in need.
For the safety of our donor community and in accordance with CDC guidelines, all donors are required to wear a face covering or mask. Please bring one to your donation. If you do not have one, a mask will be provided to you. Thanks for your ongoing support of patients in need!
“You can still go out and give blood. We’re worried about potential blood shortages in the future. Social distancing does not have to mean social disengagement.”
U.S. Surgeon General