Sunday, April 22, 2018:
Fourth Sunday of Easter
This Sunday we continue to move our way through Easter season, encountering more stories in which the disciples continue to meet the Risen Christ, and come to terms with exactly what he represents to them. Join us at 8 am or 10 am as we continue through this season of Resurrection together.
Godly Play classes meet this week -- children begin in church with their parents and are dismissed to their classes following the first reading. The Nursery is open for younger kids beginning at 9 am.
This Sunday evening at 6 pm we will have a special event, Unmasking Mental Health, focused on mental health issues among teens. A short film will be shown in the church, followed by a panel discussion. Youth group this Sunday will be this event, to which parents are also invited. It is also open to the community at no charge.
There will also be a Commuinon Bread-Baking Workshop following at 11:30 am in the Trinity Hall kitchen, with the Rev. Elizabeth DeRuff, an agricultural chaplain of The Episcopal Church and one of the founders of Honore Mills, from which we obtain the heirlooom flour that we use in making the Communion bread for our 10 am service. Please RSVP to the office if you plan to attend.
Here are more details about our normal Sunday worship schedule:
Our 8:00 am service is held in the Chapel, except on the first Sunday of the month, when it is held in the Church. It includes Communion, Sermon, and a little music. It follows Rite I from the Book of Common Prayer ("thee, thou, thy" language) and is a quieter, more contemplative service.
Our 10:00 am service is held in the Church, and is the one most people attend. It follows a cycle of liturgies or services over each month. The choir sings on most Sundays.
We have a professionally staffed nursery (located in Angus Hall) for infants through age 3. It is open from 9:00 am until the end of the 10:00 am service.
Sunday mornings are active for children. Children begin the 10 am service each Sunday in church, and then leave in procession after the first reading to gather separately, first to hear the Gospel reading of the day and then to go to their classes. Children's Christian formation includes Godly Play for children age four through fifth grade. Parents can pick up their children from Trinity Hall and bring them into church to receive Communion if they wish, or they may pick up their children after church is over.
For more information on our program, click here.
We invite you to join us wherever you may find yourself on your spiritual journey.
We look forward to having you with us!
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