Whether you are visiting from down the street or across the world, coming to us online or in person, here's a chance to let us know you were here. Sign the guest book below. Let us know where you are from, why you visited, and what struck you about your most about your time with us. Post your message.
I was researching family history on my maternal side leading me to Jan Bleecker and found your article in your blog about the Bleeckers and was very touched. What a beautiful church you have and a beautiful church family. I feel very connected to my ancestors when I see where they prayed and worshiped the Lord.
Ellen Cook (Boulder, Colorado) - September 7, 2009
Very impressed with your liturgy, your music and the spoken Word.
Len Sullivan (Little Rock, Arkansas) - August 4, 2009
I logged on to your church becuse I am registered with Facebok. A friend posted the tribute that the organistat at this church ,played last Suneday , in tribute to Michael Jackson.
Sarah (Shreveport, Louisiana) - July 4, 2009
This is the first time I've seen your Guestbook. I come to your web site 4 to 5 times each week mostly to view a particular one of your Holy Eucharist Webcasts. I find the message, music and rituals uplifting. I am a regular member of a Baptist Church so I usually cannot view your worship in real time. I was attracted to Trinity by a chance encounter and returned to listen primarily to the music and now find the sermon an important reason I visit. I am especially intrigued with how Rev. Mark Bozzuti-Jones delivers his sermons (lecture style and interactive style) and how he is able to minister daily to the Congregants through the Blog and other internet tools. I have not seen any other religious organization wanting “to give the online Congregant an onsite experience online." I no longer consider myself as a guest or visitor. Sometimes I forget that I am not a member of Trinity. I do think, however, Megill is a good fit for the director's position. Maybe I feel so close to Trinity because you at times will say "like Baptists" :-). One last thing...thanks for highlighting the efforts of John Heuss House and the support Trinity has given it for so many years. I am very sorry the programs will no longer function.
Adell Flourry Jr. (Lansing, Michigan) - July 2, 2009