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Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, Trinity welcomes you!

 

WHO WE ARE

Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, Trinity welcomes you!

We are a nurturing Christian community that celebrates diversity, embraces Anglican worship in its many forms, emphasizes our youth, assists the least fortunate and worships the Lord in the beauty of holiness.


Trinity has room for longtime followers of Christ, for people new to their faith, for doubters and for everyone in between. We believe that every person is both a teacher and a student, no matter how old or young.  We are at our best when we listen and grow together.  Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, Trinity welcomes you!

 

SUNDAY SERVICES AT 7:30AM, 9:00AM, 11:00AM, AND 11:05AM

 

WEEKDAY SERVICES

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COMPLINE

The final office of the day streamed on Facebook Live.

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TRINITYCONNECT

Daily reflection streamed on Facebook Live.

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NOON EUCHARIST

Wednesday in-person service

 

NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS

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PICNIC ON THE PLAYGROUND

Enjoy an outdoor Church Down Under Service and Picnic on the Playground on Sunday, October 2nd at 11:05am. Bring a blanket and a side dish, and we'll provide the fried chicken. Please RSVP to help us plan.

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THE FEAST OF ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI AND BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS

Join us on the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi for the Blessing of the Animals. Bring your feathered, furry, or finned friends for a special blessing in the church. Stick around after the service for hotdogs on the promenade while supplies last. Questions? Email Hannah

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JOIN US FOR BOO BASH

Our annual Halloween Boo Bash is a perennial favorite with old and young alike! We will welcome children and youth from Trinity, New Hope, and Emerson Elementary school. If you would like to be a trunk for the trunk or treat, please register below.

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HELP BUY CANDY FOR BOO BASH

Boo Bash is the only safe place for many area families to trick or treat and we want them to live it up! Can you help underwrite the cost of candy for this fun community event? Click below to make a donation. Just use the "memo" section to let us know your gift is for boo bash.

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FIRE SAFETY SUNDAY

In an effort to keep everyone up to date on procedures and best practices, October 23rd will be fire safety Sunday. Please expect fire drills at the end of each service. We hope that you will all take part to ensure we are well practiced and know what to do in the event of an actual emergency. Questions? Email Hannah Middlebrook using the link below.

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100% TRINITY STEWARDSHIP CAMPAIGN

We ask you to join us as we make our commitments for the coming year because each of us is part of 100% Trinity. You are part of Trinity parish, and Trinity parish needs you.

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FOOD DRIVE

Your help is needed to ensure our social justice commission can meet the needs of the families they serve. The SJC provides food assistance to those facing the challenges of deportation and immigration issues. Food deliveries are more than food in the bellies of families on the edge, they are love and support made visible. Please help share God's love with generous gifts of the most-needed items. Click to download the list.

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ACOLYTES NEEDED

Summertime training for new acolytes and chalice bearers begins soon. If you, or a family member, are interested in serving at the altar as a torch bearer (carrying the candles), crucifer (carrying the cross), thurifer (carrying the incense in the “thurible”), or chalice bearer (giving the wine at communion), sign up for training this summer!  There is no minimum age, but consideration will be given to the ability to perform the tasks. Email Verger, Bud Davis, to express interest.

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READING PSALMS ETHICALLY: ETHICS IN THE PSALTER

Join Dr. Erica Mongé-Greer, Sundays at 10:00am, from September 18 - October 16. (See end of class description for Erica's bio). This is a bible study course that explores how reading Psalms on our own and in the liturgy shapes us ethically. This course will cover the following topics: present an overview of the psalms look at justice in the Psalter deep dive into some specific psalms to learn about Hebrew Bible poetry, translation & interpretation of scripture, and discover ethical language. Optional Reading and Reflection assignments will be provided. A working bibliography will also be available for continued self study.

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SUPERHEROINES OF THE BIBLE

Learn about prophetic and heroic women of the Old and New Testaments. Each week will center around a theme or book of the Bible, and we will discuss matriarchs, prophets, judges disciples and unlikely heroes.

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2ND SUNDAY TED TALKS

During this forum each month we will watch a Ted Talk  from the national Episcopal Church’s webpage on Racial Justice, Healing, and Reconciliation Resources. There is no need to register for these forums, which will take place in the Great Hall.

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BOOK DISCUSSION: WHEN THE HEART WAITS BY SUE MONK KIDD

Deacon Deborah will facilitate this book discussion on Mondays from 7:00pm to 8:00pm on Zoom, beginning October 3rd. "Blending her own experience with an intimate grasp of spirituality, Sue Monk Kidd relates the passionate and moving tale of her spiritual crisis, when life seemed to have lost meaning and her longing for a hasty escape from the pain yielded to a discipline of “active waiting.” Full of wisdom, poise, and grace, Kidd’s words will encourage us along our spiritual journey, toward becoming who we truly are." (www.suemonkkidd.com)

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SYRINGE EXCHANGE/COLLECTION

Did you know that, in Oklahoma, individuals who use needles for diabetes treatment, hormone replacement therapy and many other reasons, have no reliably free and accessible way to dispose of their bio-waste? That's why Trinity hosts a monthly syringe take back event with the Oklahoma Harm Reduction Association on the 3rd Saturday of every month. All are welcome.

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TUESDAYS AT TRINITY

Join us for Tuesdays at Trinity noonday concerts.

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JOIN THE ST. VINCENT VOLUNTEERS

St. Vincent Volunteers are those who wish to be involved but cannot make long-term commitments. Register now to help with a number of one-time opportunities.

 

Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, Trinity welcomes you!

 

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