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

 

JOIN US VIRTUALLY!

During the Covid-19 pandemic, Trinity has moved our services, fellowship, and Christian formation online. Come see and experience the exciting things happening at Trinity. We welcome and affirm you in your personal and spiritual journeys. Click the links below for more information.

 

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!

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WHAT TO EXPECT

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Taking into consideration new Diocesan guidelines, along with CDC best practices, we are pleased to announce that Trinity will be open for inside, in-person services beginning May 23rd. Join us for Sunday services at 7:30am, 9:00am, 11:00am and 11:05 Church Down Under.

 
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We are aware of the CDC's latest guidance on masks for fully vaccinated people. When there are clarifying details, we will address how these changes may affect Trinity. Please watch for more information.

 
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UTILITY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Trinity is working with ACTION Tulsa and the Tulsa Community Foundation to accept applications for utility assistance. If you, or someone in your household, has been financially impacted by Covid19, you may be entitled to assistance with gas and electrical bills before December 30th. Download the English and/or Spanish self-certification applications here and submit them to Shawna Gehres at Gehres@Cox.net for consideration.

 

NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS

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SUPPORT NEW HOPE SUMMER CAMPS

New Hope is preparing for Summer Camps and the need our help! Please visit their Amazon Wish List to order much-needed items.

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TRINITY TEES

Order your Trinity Pride tees now! And, back by popular demand, our "Peace Be With All Y'all" tees and zip-front hoodies are now available for order, too.

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VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

Register now for Seuss on the Loose, our Dr. Seuss themed Vacation Bible School. Be good stewards of the earth, celebrate differences, affirm every human - these are just some of the lessons we'll learn in our fund and engaging day camp.

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COMMUNITY COVENANT

Now that the building is open for small groups, and as we prepare to open for in-person classes on May 23rd, everyone who enters the building must sign our community covenant. You can find a downloadable community covenant here, or sign the digital version using the link below.

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SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE

Parish and financial assistance is available for campers attending St. Crispin's this summer.

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LIFE AT TRINITY CLASS FORMING

Designed for new parishioners, or those who simply want to know more about the Episcopal Church, this is a great place to engage in lively conversation about the views of the national church, and how Trinity fits in to this community. This ongoing class will welcome new members the first Wednesday of every month. Begins May 5th at 7:30pm via zoom.

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THE GOSPEL OF LUKE: CAMPION OF THE OUTSIDER

Dig in to the gospel of Luke with Fr. Lee. As Luke tells the story, all of us who have found ourselves on the outside looking in on life with no hope of gaining entrance (and who of us hasn't felt that?) now find the doors wide open, found, and welcomed by God in Jesus. Sundays at 7:30pm beginning April 25th.

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CRAZY CHRISTIANS

Join Deacon Deborah via zoom to discusses "Crazy Christians," by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry. "We need some Christians who are as crazy as the Lord. Crazy enough to love like Jesus, to give like Jesus, to forgive like Jesus, to do justice, love mercy, walk humbly with God―like Jesus. Crazy enough to dare to change the world from the nightmare it often is into something close to the dream that God dreams for it."  Mondays at 7:00pm beginning April 26th.

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FALLING UPWARD

Exploring the vibrant spiritual wisdom of the book “Falling Upward,” facilitated by Fr. Chris. What looks like falling down can largely be experienced as "falling upward." In fact, it is not a loss but somehow actually a gain, as we have all seen with elders who have come to their fullness. This important book offers a fresh way of thinking about spirituality that grows throughout life. Tuesdays at 7:30pm beginning April 27th.

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AMEND: THE FIGHT FOR AMERICA

Join Becky Moseman, Director of Youth & Young Adults, and Deacon Deborah Underwood via zoom for this discussion group using Will Smith's series "Amend." Mondays at 7:30pm beginning June 7th.

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GROCERY DELIVERY

The Social Justice Commission has begun a new service, delivering food from Iron Gate to individuals and families in need of assistance, but without the means to pick up groceries. If you are looking for a way to get involved, and to help those in need, but just don't have the ability to commit to regular volunteering, this may the perfect opportunity. Just sign up to volunteer here and the SJC Deliveries coordinator will reach out to you when extra hands are needed.

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COMPLINE

Join us for the office of compline, the prayers at the end of the day, at 9:00pm on Facebook. All are welcome for this restorative service.

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FAITH-FILLED GENEROSITY

We are all stewards of the church. Faith-Filled Generosity isn't only for those with endless disposable income. Faith-Filled Generosity means prayerful consideration of your gift matters; that every pledge matters. A gift of $10 a year is a welcome contribution, and a commitment to the community that nourishes you. Please, give as you are able.

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TUESDAYS AT TRINITY

Tuesdays at Trinity noonday concerts return livestreamed on Facebook.

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SUNDAY SERVICE

Beginning Sunday, May 23rd, our virtual service will move from 10:00am to 11:00am. Watch Trinity's service streaming on Facebook.

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VIRTUAL COFFEE HOUR

Join us on Zoom for a virtual coffee hour! Use this link to join: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81465653978?pwd=UWF2UlptQ3dReGNPcHJqTVFEOUpnQT09

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MIDWEEK MEDITATION

Enjoy solitary time in the church while we are closed for in-person worship. By appointment only.

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COVID-19 UPDATES

Find the latest news about the pandemic and its effects on the Trinity community.

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DOWNLOAD OUR APP!

Trinity has a smartphone app! Find bulletins, keep up with the latest news and listen to sermons from the convenience of your smartphone.

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TRINITYCONNECT

Join us for a daily devotional with real time interaction and prayer requests on Facebook Live at 11:00am, Monday through Saturday. 

 
 

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

 

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