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Joseph Lapinsky and Marissa Maggs

To help keep our minds from fixating 24/7 on the coronavirus pandemic, here is a list of important milestones in the history of Trinity, along with a few quirky details, from the Trinity Archives. Read more

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Bob Scott, Kathy Bozzuti-Jones, Kathryn Carroll, Fr. Matt Welsch
 

Dear Friends,

Since we won’t be able to see one another in person for quite some time, we want you to know that we are thinking about you and praying for your families every day. We are here for Read more

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Kathryn Carroll

Citizenship in God’s Kingdom is practiced in humility and mutuality. It is in the baptismal waters of common consciousness and faith. It has been distorted and battered for sure, but I believe that it remains steadfast in all of us. And we now have an opportunity now to refresh the rules of civic life.Read more

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Robert Owens Scott

One of the last face-to-face gatherings I had the privilege of facilitating before this time of social distancing was a weekend at the Trinity Retreat Center exploring the writing of Julian of Norwich. Although she was the author of the first book (that we know of) written by a woman in English, her given name is lost to history. We call her Julian after the cathedral of St. Julian, where she practiced what today we might consider an extreme form of social distancing. She lived alone for many years in an anchorhold, a small, stone structure appended to a cathedral in Norwich, England. The Rule of St. Benedict says that “solitaries,” such as Julian, represent the highest form of monasticism. The calling, he said, suited only the most spiritually mature. Read more

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Kara Araujo

Although Trinity Music events are canceled this week and beyond (read more about why), we hope you’ll take some time to enjoy previously recorded concerts that can help us all feel a bit more connected during a time of social distancing. And if you’d like more of what’s featured below, take your pick from the on-demand video portalRead more

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Bob Scott, Kathy Bozzuti-Jones, Kathryn Carroll, Fr. Matt Welsch

Since we won’t be able to see one another in person for quite some time, we want you to know that we are thinking about you and praying for your families every day. We are here for you (just behind our computer screens) and want to support you during this time.  Read more

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James Melchiorre

Although all in-person events have been canceled, we want to maintain our connections, both social and spiritual. So we are still live-streaming our weekday 12:05pm Holy Eucharist and our Sunday 11:15am worship service. If you would like to tune in to our live stream, simply visit any page on our site starting 5-10 minutes prior to the event. At the top of the page under our header, you will see a white banner with the name of the current live broadcast and text that reads “Watch Live Now." Read more

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The Rev. Phillip A. Jackson

Dear members of the Trinity community,

Last week, I announced that out of an abundance of caution, we were suspending Trinity’s activities and canceling public church services for two weeks. Last Sunday, we held our first 11:15am service at Trinity online, without our congregation in the pews. I know many of you joined us online for what was a moving and beautiful Read more

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James Melchiorre

On a weekend understandably dominated by reports of the coronavirus, the Episcopal Church lost one of its saints.

The Rt. Rev. Barbara Harris, the first woman consecrated as a bishop in the Anglican Communion and the first black woman to hold that position, died on March 13 at age 89.

As Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has noted, Bishop Harris was short in stature (she was slightly more than five-feet tall), but was truly a towering figure.

A lifelong Episcopalian who Read more

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Bob Scott, Kathy Bozzuti-Jones, and Kathryn Carroll

You probably already have routines and rituals you keep, but how can you make those a spiritual “rule” to help you to love God and neighbors or receive God’s love yourself? Can your everyday home life—your chores, your tasks, your comings and goings—be blessings? With some conscious intention and awareness, they can be. Read more

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