A celebration of the resurrection of Jesus and the opening of a restored relationship with God. Please see our Guidelines for In Person Services to prepare to join us. 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.
A service that remembers the story of salvation and the introduction of God’s light back into the world.
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.
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).
Please see our Regathering Information to prepare to join us. 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.
We will be offering evening prayer with lectio divina on three of the Fridays in Lent, March 11, 25 and April 8. Lectio is a practice of the early Church that takes a moment to slow down and reflect on Scripture through the intentional reading and re-reading of a passage. Join us for this reflective practice and give yourself an opportunity to slow down a bit.
This event is being held on March 18 and April 1. We will continue our tradition of remembering the way of the cross this year on three of the Fridays in Lent. The Stations of the Cross is a deliberately reflective walk with the soon to be crucified Christ. We are invited to identify with His sacrifice and reflect on God’s love shown through Him.
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent and our internal focus on our personal life as a people of faith. This service offers a somber tone reflective of the season and the imposition of ashes with the words, “Remember you are dust, and to dust you shall return.”
A Discussion Between His Holiness the Dalai Lama and His Grace Archbishop Desmond Tutu Join us at Trinity in the Bishop Kip meeting room, or online with Zoom: If a password is requested, please enter 579180 I invite you to join me in this journey of discovery – towards “Joy.” As in the fall, our sessions will be both live and via Zoom, with the Zoom sessions recorded and posted for viewing after the live session. In honor of the recent…