While we are unable to be together in person as a community, this page provides a place to land to see the most recent community announcements and to find useful links that will help us to nurture our faith and our sense of connection during this time. As we continue to navigate this season of COVID-19 and social distance, we can continue to hold one another in prayer, to reach out online and by phone, and help each other as we are able.
Please note that all church meetings and activities on campus are canceled for now. Some meetings will be held virtually, and participants will receive information from their group leaders about that.
Most 12-step groups that normally meet on our campus has moved to video meetings. More information on those is available here. This means that our offices are now closed, and the staff will be working from home. Although we are closed, the worship livestream will continue, as staff members who live away from the campus are permitted to come in for the service. Clergy and staff will continue to have access to voice mails left on their church extensions during this time.
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Worship During This Time: Sundays & Weekdays
While San Mateo County health officials have announced that houses of worship may re-open. At this time Trinity is continuing to worship via our Sunday livestream service. We will keep you informed as our plan for phased re-gathering develops. The health of our congregations remains our top concern.
Click Here to Join the Worship Livestream on Sundays at 10
Click Here to Submit Names or Concerns To Be Remembered in Our Intercessions
Click Here for Rev. Frannie's Most Recent Video Reflection
UPDATE: Weekday Services Suspended Until Further Notice
Youth and Children
Our Faith @ Home page provides a growing list of links and resources for families and households so that they can practice their faith and serve others - even from home.
Our youth are invited to gather for a virtual Youth Group. We will be using Zoom as our platform for this, and parents will receive an email with details about how their youth may log in.
Pastoral Care: Supporting One Another
As we navigate this time, our Pastoral Care Team is ready to help coordinate support for those in the Trinity community who might be in need of it. This includes things like needing groceries or prescriptions to be picked up, or need to talk to someone on the phone. Our Team will receive requests through Rev. Tom to determine how best we can respond to them. While we are in the process of identifying and reaching out to those in our community whom we feel might be more vulnerable or isolated, we encourage everyone to reach out to friends or others about whom they might be concerned.
Click Here to Email The Rev. Dr. Joanne Sanders If You Need Support
Click Here To Email Us With An Offer to Volunteer to Help
Others In Our Community
Click Here for a Resource Passed Onto Us for Grocery Delivery
for those 65 and over
Supporting Our Medical Professionals
There is still a need for and interest in donating needed supplies, masks, for those working on the front lines of this pandemic within our community. Here are the guidelines for making donations directly to Kaiser's Redwood City Medical Center.
San Mateo County Volunteers
The San Mateo County Health Officer recently referred the public to this link for those who are interested in volunteering to help in our community during this time.
Menlo Park MP Ready Program
There are ways that you can help others in our area, beyond the Trinity congregation. One way is to become part of MP Ready, a new organization with a tentative name that is seeking to recruit Block Preparedness Coordinators to help connect with neighbors in times of crisis.
Click Here for an InMenlo Article on Ways to Help, including MP Ready