Celebration Sunday
Celebration Sunday

Celebration Sunday Season

Sundays, September 20–October 11, Online
 

This year Celebration Sunday—Trinity’s annual program year kickoff—is more than one day, it’s a whole season.  We can't be together in person so we are taking advantage of the online world—over four consecutive Sundays, parishioners will have opportunities to spend time together with live games, virtual performances, programs, and conversation with program leaders where you will learn more about congregational groups and ministries and how you can get involved.

For more information, contact Melissa Mistry.
 

Register below for a link to Celebration Sunday events (except those that have a separate link).

 

 

September 27

10am
Launch of Discovery: Adult Formation programs
1pm
An Invitation to Community: Seven dynamic groups comprise the Community committee; each one offers fellowship around common interests and purposeful ministries. An invitation into Community is open to everyone who wants to learn more about the groups' activities, goals and faith.
2pm An Introduction to Witness and Outreach, including an overview of Trinity’s history in social justice/outreach, a video introduction to the current Witness and Outreach Committee and subcommittees, and an introduction to AIDS Walk Ministry and the LGBT Concerns Group.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October 4

12:30pm
Movement Choir performance of "Way of the Phoenix," in which the dancers express the pain we all are experiencing and create a pathway to a better future for themselves and the audience. "Way of the Phoenix" addresses three very serious social wounds: the pandemic, racism, and poverty.
1:15pm
Special edition Poets Corner with Alan BaxterClick here to register.
2pm Sunday Afternoon Music at HomeClick here to register.

 

 

October 11

1pm
Breaking Bread: Reflective Conversations, Communal Meals. We typically gather around the table to break bread, share a communal meal and have a reflective conversation. In these social-distance times, we will gather virtually with bread in our homes and talk about an aspect of our shared spiritual journey. Our conversation will be enriched by your presence; so please join us. Registrants will be sent a packet of materials for baking their own bread before the event, while supplies last.  Click here to register.
2pm
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