Join us Wednesday mornings at Holy Trinity for a traditional morning prayer service. Service booklets will be provided at the church.
A wonderful way to start your Monday and Friday! This is an informal gathering that gives us a chance to say good morning and share worship.
Join us as we walk through a time of remembrance, meditation and devotion as we journey through specific events from Christ’s last days. The liturgy for Palm Sunday invites us to follow our Lord through Holy Week “from the glory of the palms to the glory of the resurrection by way of the dark road of suffering and death.” There will be a Soup Supper following.
Join us at 8:30 for a traditional worship, or at 10:30 where we add more music to the service! Everyone is welcome, just ask a Greeter if you have any questions. If you are not able to be at the Church on Sunday, no problem! Watch our live streaming services here: Let us know if you have issues, ideas, or questions. You can also access recorded Services anytime in our Sermon Archive.
“Heroes of the Old Testament” Your Host: Rev. Dr. David Davidson-Methot We will be meeting between services during the 5 Sundays in Lent (except on Palm Sunday and Easter) in between the two services (so, roughly 9.30-10.30) in the Bp Kip room, to look at “heroes” from the Old Testament tradition, and examine their lives, the struggles, challenges, and how they responded, how they grew in their understanding of what God was calling them to do, and to be. Hopefully,…
Compline is the final short chanted prayer service of the Monastic Day; a soothing late good night to God and hope for a better tomorrow. Lent is the 40-day season of preparation and interior reflection before the celebrations of Easter. The only illumination is our 110-candle array around the Nave to enhance the ambiance. There is no accompaniment, save some wayward handbells. The music sets the mood for Lent; echoes from centuries past with an abundance of plainsong and Gregorian Chant;…
Lectio Divina (sacred reading) is slow, intentional, prayerful reading of Scripture. It is an ancient way of reading the Bible with distinct “movements” which help us to clear our minds, engage with God’s word and become aware of God’s presence. Come prepared for a quiet intimate reflective evening with Jesus. You will not be asked to share. If you are new to Lectio Divina, come check it out. It is a wonderful opportunity to dip your toes into this ancient…
Lectio Divina (sacred reading) is slow, intentional, prayerful reading of Scripture. It is an ancient way of reading the Bible with distinct “movements” which help us to clear our minds, engage with God’s word and become aware of God’s presence. Come prepared for a quiet intimate reflective evening with Jesus. You will not be asked to share.
Thank you for your warm response to this idea of sharing our life journeys with each other. It reminds me that we are all members of one body and that as we get to know each other better, we will find much to love and nurture. Getting Started Questions to help trigger thoughts and memories: Hope to see you at our next meeting! Heather Certik Contact the Church Office by email if you want to contact Heather.
If you are not able to be at the Church on Sunday, no problem! Watch our live streaming services here: Let us know if you have issues, ideas, or questions. You can also access recorded Services anytime in our Sermon Archive.
The Taizé service is a form of contemplative worship that incorporates music, mystical practices, and inter-spiritual beliefs. Short chants, repeated again and again, give it a meditative character. Using just a few words, the chants express a basic reality of faith, quickly grasped by the mind. As the words are sung over many times, this reality gradually penetrates the whole being. Take some time out of your busy day and explore the holy through melodic chanting, candlelight and stillness. No…
Maundy Thursday commemorates the Washing of the Feet and Last Supper of Jesus Christ with the Apostles, as described in the canonical gospels. A reminder of the command of Jesus to “Love one another as I have loved you.” This is the “foot-washing service” (which is optional for those who would be uncomfortable with their feet being washed).
A reminder of the pain associated with death and the price of salvation. The sanctuary is stripped bare as a reminder of the emptiness of the condition of the world without the intervention of God.
Holy Saturday is a day of quiet reflection and anticipation for Christians around the world. It is the day between the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday and his resurrection on Easter Sunday. Holy Saturday, also known as Easter Eve, is a time to mourn the death of Jesus and to prepare for his resurrection. Join us for a morning prayer to begin this day.
A service that remembers the story of salvation and the introduction of God’s light back into the world.
A celebration of the resurrection of Jesus and the opening of a restored relationship with God. If you are not able to be at the Church on Sunday, no problem! Watch our live streaming services here: Let us know if you have issues, ideas, or questions.