Trinity Church Welcomes All through its "Big Red Doors" with Tibetan prayer flags flying in the wind. It would be hard to find a more diverse group of believers, used-to-be believers, and sort-of believers. Many of us were born into other religions and denominations, and have found ourselves to be part of the inclusiveness of God's love.
The last two weeks of Lent, when the readings and prayers of the liturgy focus on the Passion of Our Lord. The word "passion", in the Christian sense, does not mean an intense emotion; it refers to the historical events of Jesus' suffering and death.
On Palm Sunday Christians celebrate the triumphal entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem, the week before his death and resurrection. The Gospels tell the story that when Jesus entered Jerusalem, the crowds greeted him by waving palm branches and covering his path with palm branches. Immediately following this great time of celebration in the ministry of Jesus, he begins his journey to the cross. For many Christian churches, Palm Sunday, often referred to as "Passion Sunday," marks the beginning of Holy Week, which concludes on Easter Sunday.
** This prayer is offer for Victims of Violence throughout of the world. Victims of verbal, physical, emotional, of hunger and thirst,economic abuse,warfare (especially Ukraine, Venezuela, parts of Africa, South America Asia and the Middle East, terrorist action, the death penalty, suicide, shootings (in our cities and neighborhoods), and other guise of violence. May their souls rest in peace and their families experience the Comfort of God. The Church bells will toll on Wednesdays @ 6:10pm.
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Doug & Gracie Coast-to-Coast
Beginning in April, website manager Doug Craig will travel from New York City to Seattle via mobility scooter, accompanied by his dog Gracie, to raise awareness and research funding for FSHD Muscular Dystrophy. The 143-day journey will cover 16 States and the District of Columbia. Click on the image to read more.
Pennies for Pups
Your loose change especially pennies are appreciated to help fund training for a puppy to be trained in assisting the visually impaired. We are still collecting tabs from cans/soft drinks, used stamps and pennies to help with Pennies for Pups (scholarships to help with the training of Seeing Eye Dogs)
Light a Candle
Visit our Lady’s Chapel light a candle/ say a prayer for those in need of healing. An Icon of Lady of health is present.
Stay tune for news or speak to Fr. Smith. Give us a 6x6 in square of your favorite wrapping paper or paper from a gift.
Donations of food for those who are hungry or pet food for those who incomes are limited. Bring a can or bag of(rice) or box of cereal. Something that is nutritious to be part of our offering for the next eight weeks.
See info near information table.
Used Printer Cartridges
Give us your used printer ink cartridges.
Help Animal Shelters
Bring in used towels and sheets to help local animal shelter.
Maundy Thursday at 7:15
Good Friday- 6:30pm-Solemn Liturgy w/ Stations of the Cross, Veneration of the Cross, Holy Communion and Burial Service
Holy Saturday- Morning Prayer/ Decorate the Church-10am
Easter Sunday- Blessing of Fire, Baptism and Festive Eucharist @ 10 am
Easter 2/Morning Prayer with Holy Communion/ Vestry MeetingApril 19
Easter3/ Eucharist/Blessing of Motorcycles and Bikes
Easter4/ Good Shepherd Sunday/ Morning Prayer/Making Sandwiches
Easter 5/ Eucharist
Easter 6 ( Rogation Sunday) / Morning Prayer/ Holy Communion
Easter 7/ Morning Prayer/ Holy Communion
Pentecost / Eucharist
Trinity Sunday/Eucharist/ St. Florian Commemoration