"There would be no chance at all of getting to know death if it happened only once. But fortunately, life is nothing but a continuing dance of birth and death,a dance of change. Every time I hear the rush of a mountain stream, or the waves crashing on the shore, or my own heartbeat, I hear the sound of impermanence. These changes, these small deaths, are our living links with death. They are death’s pulses, death’s heartbeat, prompting us to let go of all the things we cling to." Sogyal Rinpoche
What Wondrous Love (copied from the publisher’s Web information) Holy Week and Easter come alive in these challenging video commentaries by academic luminaries, coupled with masterpiece illustrations by John August Swanson.
Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, we invite you to make a deeper connection with God at Trinity Episcopal Church. Experience the spirit of love and acceptance as we share our gifts in this Christ-centered community.
Trinity Episcopal Church is an inclusive and caring Christ-centered community nurtured by our worship and tradition. We ask God to strengthen and guide us as we live out our mission to welcome and celebrate the diversity of all people through spiritual education, growth in faith, and service in Christ's Name.
8:00 AM - Eucharist
9:00 AM - Family Service
10:00 AM - Education Hour
11:00 AM - Eucharist
Healing Service 12:00 Noon
Tuesday Morning Book Study
The Story of Early Christianity
led by Jack Gillett
10:30 – noon
The Tuesday morning Bible Class begins on September 10 @ 10:30. The group will work from a series of lectures by Prof. Luke Timothy Johnson of Emory University entitled "The History of Christianity from the Disciples to the Dawn of the Reformation."
Wednesday Evening Bible Class
September 11, - November 6
Growing Toward God:
Led by The Rev. Ken Saunders
Flourish in Faith - In the midst of society’s message of “fear and scarcity,” how do we as Christians focus on flourishing in faith? How has our faith made a difference during this time of uncertainty? How have we experienced the God of abundance and deliverance? These are just a few of the many questions we will reflect upon during this fall season. Each Sunday from October 6th through November 11th, we will be reading about “Flourishing in Faith” as described in our lectionary readings and in reflections written by Episcopal leaders across the country.