Trinity Episcopal Church

Jesus’ Impossible Teaching

This holy week I decided to preach on one rather dicey topic, and break it up into four sermons: one for Palm Sunday, one for Maundy Thursday, one for Good Friday, and one for the Great Vigil of Easter (or Easter Sunday, for those of you who prefer it that way). The dicey topic in question: we know what the church thinks of the crucifixion, but is that what Jesus intended? Can we ever really know? What might he have meant by his death?

In the Palm Sunday Sermon (click here to play the audio-only), I set the stage and talk about one of the accepted and traditional understandings of the crucifixion… and how it might not be quite ideal.

In the second of the series, the Maundy Thursday Sermon (click here to play the audio-only), I back up and talk about the two things we…

View original post 127 more words

A Return to In Person Worship

Trinity has returned to in person worship for the time being. This is a somewhat shorter service that does include music and communion. Please be aware that masking mandates may change without notice, so be prepared to bring a mask to wear in case one is necessary. There is a quarantine area available at the back of the sanctuary for those who wish to socially distance.

Beginning in October 2021 we will have a limited coffee hour in the parish hall directly after the service, socially distanced by family unit. You are invited to bring a snack to munch on within your family unit. Coffee and tea will be provided.

Sunday School this year will be a monthly Take Home bag available a few weeks before the next month begins. The Take Home bag contains readings, discussion, and off-line activities to engage in for 15-20 minutes each week of the month and is aimed at both adults and children.

Mother Sare will hold office hours on Wednesday afternoons by appointment only, and is always available via phone, email, and text.

These announcements are subject to change without notice on this website, so please do check the signage at the church when you enter, and the announcements in the beginning of the worship guide for the most recent news.

Sermon for July 11, 2021

Sermon for June 27, 2021

Sermon for June 20, 2021

Sermon for June 13, 2021

Sermon for June 6, 2021

Sermon for May 30, 2021

Sermon for May 23, 2021

Sermon for May 16, 2021