Renaissance Man will chant Compline on the Day of Pentecost, aka Whitsunday on Sunday May 28th at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 7 p.m. The Feast of Pentecost celebrates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles. The fiery program will include the timeless Gregorian chant Veni Creator Spiritus, and Peter Hallock’s great setting of Psalm 104; the Nunc dimittis by Viadana; and the 4th century Hilary of Poitiers hymn to Pentecost. Our candle array will be burning brightly, and…
You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit Join Chip and Peggy Arenchild for this once-a-month study when we will consider the “liturgies” that drive our lives; looking at what we love and how it influences us daily. The book is available for free on Hoopla through the Nevada County Library. Join the Zoom Meeting HERE. Download the Discussion Guide HERE. Chapter 1 was reviewed on Monday, February 13th from 6-7:30 pm. Recording of Chapters 2&3 Monday, March 20th on Zoom.…
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.
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).
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.
Stations of the Cross
This event is being held on March 10th , led by Jeff and Jean Reynolds, and on March 31st, led by Stan and Erin Thomas-Rose. Join us as they lead us 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…
Lectio Divina and Imaginative Prayer
We will be offering Lectio Divina on two of the Fridays in Lent, March 17th and 24th. Scripture invites us to meditate on the last events of Christ’s life. Summer Green will guide this evening using Lectio Divina and imaginative prayer so that you may personally step into these events and listen to the Spirit’s voice through them. Lectio Divina (sacred reading) is slow, intentional, prayerful reading of Scripture. It is an ancient way of reading the Bible with distinct “movements” which…
Single Service Sunday
The 3rd Sunday every month, we will have a combined service at 9:00 AM with a fellowship breakfast following. Single Service Sunday is proving to be a great time for all of our members to come together in faith and in fellowship. Not to mention the great food! Plans for the breakfast are already in the works, but if you want to help out, please contact the office and we will connect you with the Hospitality team. If you are not able to be at the…
Please attend this opportunity to explore where God is calling Trinity for the next five years. On February 11th, the 2023 Vestry met for a day-long session with Dean Matt Warren. The agenda was focused on preparing ourselves for what we have been calling a “Parish Retreat” but is really the beginning of the process to brainstorm on our future ministry opportunities. The next part of the process will be informed by this Parish-wide conversation and will align with Fr.…
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.”