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Trinity has never been about a building. Even while physically distanced, we are still a community of people coming together.


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  • may 31, 2020 - the day of pentecost

    This week we will join our siblings Christ throughout the Metropolitan New York Synod for worship as we celebrate the birth of the church through the outpouring of the Holy Spirit.  With music led by our own Alex Lawrence, the service promises to be Spirit-filled and joyous.


    Join the service at 10:00 on the Synod's facebook page HERE our Youtube channel HERE.

  • May 24, 2020 - seventh sunday of easter

    In these days between Ascension and Pentecost, we gather with the disciples in the upper room, waiting for the Spirit to transform the church around the world.  In today's gospel Jesus prays for his followers and for their mission in his name.  Amid religious, social, and economic divisions, we seek the unity that Jesus had with his Father.  Made one in baptism, we go forth to live our faith in the world, eager for the unity that God intends for the whole human family.


    Download the bulletin HERE

    Download a children's bulletin HERE


    Virtual coffee hour link HERE immediately following the service.


  • may 17, 2020 - Sixth sunday of easter

    Jesus does not leave his followers orphaned.  Through the Holy Spirit Jesus comes to abide with his disciples of every generation.  As Pentecost draws near, we are reminded that the risen Christ dwells in us as the Spirit of truth.  We receive this Spirit in baptism and pray that in our gathering the Spirit will transform us to be the body of the risen Christ in the world.


    Download the bulletin HERE

    Download a children's bulletin HERE


    Virtual Coffee Hour link HERE immediately following worship

  • May 10, 2020 - fifth sunday of easter

    As we continue to celebrate the fifty days of Easter, this week's gospel includes Jesus' promise that he goes to prepare a place for his followers in his Father's house.  Our baptism commissions us to share Jesus' mission in the world.  As First Peter reminds us, we are a holy people, called to proclaim the one who called us out of darkness into light.  In words and deeds we bear witness to the risen Christ - our way, our truth, our life.


    Download the bulletin HERE

    Download a children's bulletin HERE


    Virtual Coffee Hour link HERE immediately following worship

  • MAY 3, 2020 - FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER

    This Sunday is sometimes Called "Good Shepherd Sunday." Jesus is called the "gate" of the sheep in Sunday's gospel.  The risen Christ opens the way to abundant life.  He anoints our heads with oil and guides us beside still waters of our baptism.  Each Sunday God spreads a feast before us in the midst of the world's violence and war.  We go forth to be signs of the resurrection and extend God's tender care to all creation.


    Download the bulletin HERE

    Download a children's bulletin HERE


    Virtual Coffee Hour link HERE immediately following worship

  • April 26, 2020 - Third Sunday of Easter

    Today's gospel beings with two disciples walking to Emmaus, overcome with sadness, loss, and disappointment.  They had hoped Jesus, who was crucified, would be the one to redeem Israel!  Yet the risen Christ walks with them, and then opens their eyes in the breaking of the bread.  Each Sunday our hearts burn within us as the scriptures are proclaimed and Christ appears to us as bread is broken and wine is poured.  The story of Emmaus becomes the pattern of our worship each Lord's day.


    Download the bulletin HERE.

    Download the children's bulletin HERE.


    Virtual Coffee Hour Link HERE immediately following worship.

  • April 19, 2020 - Second Sunday of Easter

    In this weeks' gospel the risen Christ appears to the disciples and offers them the gift of peace.  Even amid doubts and questions, we experience the resurrection in our Sunday gathering around word and meal, and in our everyday lives.  Throughout the coming Sundays of Easter the first two readings will be from the Acts of the Apostles and the first letter of Peter.  Even as the early Christians proclaimed the resurrection, we rejoice in the new birth and living hope we receive in baptism.


    Download the bulletin HERE

    Download the children's bulletin HERE.


    Virtual Coffee Hour Link HERE immediately following worship.

  • April 13, 2020 - Easter

    Every year, we look forward to breaking our Lenten observance by shouting out these beloved and joy-filled words as we gather together to celebrate the good news that Christ has risen from the grave and has given us victory over death. While are unable to be present with one another to celebrate Easter this year, we hope that you will still be able to experience the wonder and gladness of the empty tomb, and receive the hope and joy of the promise of new life.


    Download bulletin HERE


  • April 10, 2020 - Good Friday

    Good Friday shows us the extent to which God would go to show us how intensely God loves us: by dying on a cross. Through the reading of Saint John's Passion, the singing of passion hymns, extended prayer, and Adoration of the Cross, Good Friday is perhaps the most powerful of all the days in the Christian calendar.


    Download bulletin HERE