JUNE BIBLE PASSAGE
“Do not despise these small beginnings,
for the Lord rejoices to see the work begin. . .”
Zechariah 4:10 (New Living Translation)
9:00am - Church Sanctuary
10:30am - Parking Lot
Safety protocols for in-person worship services: masks / social distancing / hand sanitizing - Full details
ZOOM Wednesday Morning Prayer @8:30 Please leave a contact number at the office if you want to participate
Meditation/Centering Prayer Zoom Group
"Be still and know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:10)
Wednesday afternoon @4pm
45 minute sessions will involve: a brief teaching orientation, practice silence together, brief reflection on our experience of meditation. Facilitator: Gordon Scruton
To register, receive the Zoom code and initial resource notes, email Rebecca Scruton @ email@example.com
Richard Rohr Meditation discussions
Saturdays @8:00am - email firstname.lastname@example.org
DAILY WORSHIP SERVICES
National Cathedral YouTube Channel - daily worship services, special services, meditations, music and more
Scripture readings for online services:
Episcopal Church in Connecticut:
ECCT YouTube Channel - meditations, links to regional YouTube offerings, 5th Sunday worship services and more
Who We Are
Learn more about Trinity, our leaders and our staff here
Drop off items in labeled bins in the garage Sunday morning ONLY
Thank you for your generous support.
Questions? Contact Ann Tranberg
New, unused items for Homecoming Baskets: Pots and pan sets - Dishes - Silverware - Coffeemaker - Cleaning cloths and sponges - Laundry basket - Manual can opener - Cleaning supplies - Pillows Questions? Contact Joan or Greg Joseph at email@example.com
Ginger Smith will continue to offer Soup-To-Go to benefit the children in this Honduran orphanage. Call or email Ginger for details and to arrange for pick up or delivery.
860-558-9282 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your support for these children is greatly appreciated
PS...breads & cookies are also available!
Our Outreach activities extend to local, regional and global communities.
It is said that we measure what we value. Through the Racial Justice Audit of Episcopal Leadership, we have surveyed and interviewed more than 1,300 members of the church’s key leadership bodies about their experiences of racism, racial identity, and power in the life of our church.
Conducted by The Mission Institute in partnership with The Episcopal Church’s Racial Reconciliation and Justice Team, the audit and resulting report offer data, stories, major patterns and themes, recommendations, and key questions for the church to truly become beloved community.
Join us for a series of informational webinars covering the Racial Justice Audit:
Register for these webinars at www.episcopalchurch.org/ministries/racial-reconciliation/racial-justice-audit/ where you can also read the report and view additional resource
A network of lay and clergy persons who are passionate about and strive for racial healing, justice, reconciliation and restoring all human beings to each other, the church and God.
Click here for details and to access the ECCT's Racial Healing, Justice & Reconciliation Meditation Youtube series
The Global Mission Digital Toolkit includes resources such as webinars, videos, downloadable PDFs, articles, and other online resources. All the educational materials will explore the biblical, theological, historical, ecclesial, and cultural dimensions of God’s call to global mission. The educational materials will highlight the sacred truth that world mission means being present with others, as Jesus became incarnate and was present with us, and that as companions in mission, we are open to one another, learn from one another, and are transformed as we reach a deeper understanding of what it means to be Christians together, even across boundaries might otherwise divide. The toolkit will be a living thing that can be added to and updated as new resources are developed and as our understanding of global mission engagement transforms. All resources will be available in English and Spanish.
Browse these links prayerfully. Don’t be overwhelmed...Simply look for one or two things that you can actually do to make a positive difference. Give thanks for God’s magnificent gift of Creation every day, and explore little ways God might call you to pray, learn and act to sustain God’s Creation for future generations.
10 Ways You Can Improve Earth's Health
10 Ways to Live Sustainably
7 Instant Ways To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
10 Things You Can Do To Help Save The Earth
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