Our weekly activity schedule is on the left of this page. You can click here for complete descriptions of all our Christian Education Opportunities. The schedule on the left of this page is current. Our complete calendar can be found here.
The Feast of the Epiphany is always January 6th, the day after 12th Day of Christmas and this year it falls on Tuesday. The Oyster Roast begins at 5:30 p.m. and hot dogs and chili will be will be available for our non-Oyster eaters. A short service with candles and a huge bon fire will occur around 6:30 p.m. and symbolizes the light of Christ going out into the world. Then we conclude with a few more oysters and the cutting of the King's Cake. The child or adult who finds the baby Jesus in their piece of the King's Cake is the blessed child for the new year!
We will offer our 2015 Time and Talent Pledges on Sunday, January 11th, during our regular Sunday morning worship services. The Pledge Packets were mailed out in December and extras will be available that Sunday morning. This is part of our holistic view of Stewardship and participation in God's family called Trinity. All Members and Friends make yearly pledges of their participation.
On Sunday, January 11th, the Rev. Engin Yildirim will preach at all three services and provide a forum on emerging Turkish churches. Rev. Yildirim is the Rector of Pera Church of the Resurrection in Istanbul, Turkey and a missionary supported by Anglican Frontier Mission (AFM).
Trinity will celebrate the Sanctity of Human Life on Sunday, January 25th. We will learn about the biblical perspective on Life, our Diocesan Chapter of Anglicans for Life and different ways Trinity might be helpful in supporting Life.
The Men's Bible Study gathers together Thursday mornings at 8:00 a.m. in the Parish Library. We are just about to begin a new Bible study! On the last Thursday in January we will begin a new study of St. Paul's Letter to the Galations! We will use the Bible Speaks Today commentary written by John Stott. Galations has been called a mini version of Romans. Lots of insight into the significance and implications of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and how His Gospel can impact our lives.
The Healing Prayer team offers Soaking Prayer Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary. The purpose of soaking prayer is to give God an opportunity to minister to you directly in mind, body, soul and spirit. It will last about an hour. This is a time set a part for you to simply rest in His presence. Questions? Cindy Kapp or Sallie Currin.
The "No Homework" Bible Study meets every Monday in the Parish Library from 9:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. Everyone is invited! We are studying 1 Peter and it is led by the Holy Spirit. God's Word is a treasure to be searched and revealed. It is a privilege to have the opportunity to do this together. Each week stands on its own, so come as you are able.