EXPERIENCE TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH
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!
NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS
Order your pride tees now! This year we will walk in the pride parade under the banner of the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma and this tee is approved. The deadline to order is June 6th and tees can be picked up at the church on June 19th or delivered for a fee.
Join us on the promenade for live music from the Midlife Crisis Band, complimentary Sno Cones from Josh's Sno Shack, and lunch from the grill to celebrate Trinity Sunday. There is no cost for this event but donations are welcome. Please RSVP to help us plan for food.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Vacation Bible School begins July 18th. Open to kids 5+, our theme this year is "In the Wilderness." Join us for a week of crafts, games, and Christian formation! Registration includes a t-shirt and snacks.
Acting camp is a favorite of Trinity kids! Open to campers 5+, no acting experience is needed! This camp is all about improv games and bringing out untapped skills through old fashioned silliness.
DISCOVERING, UNDERSTANDING, AND ENGAGING SPIRITUAL GIFTS: WHERE DO YOU FIT IN?
Fr. Lee will facilitate this class on Sundays at 12:15pm (May 22—June 26). We all have gifts, but how do you know what they are and how to use them in the right way? In this multi-part series, facilitated by Fr. Lee, we will examine the basics of Spiritual Gifts, including the purpose of spiritual gifts, what kind of gifts are given, and how to discover one’s gifting(s) and how the gifts operate to transform a community.
BOOK DISCUSSION: THE GIFTS OF IMPERFECTION, BY BRENE BROWN
Deacon Deborah will facilitate this book discussion on Mondays from 7:00pm to 8:00pm on Zoom, (June 6-July 11). Join Deacon Deborah by zoom for a discussion of this life-changing book. "This book is an invitation to join a wholehearted revolution. A small, quiet grassroots movement that starts with each of saying, ‘My story matters because I matter.’ A movement where we can take to the streets with our messy, heartbreaking, grace-filled, and joyful lives. A movement fueled by freedom that comes when we stop pretending everything is OK when it isn’t. A call that rises up from our bellies when we find the courage to celebrate those intensely joyful moments even though we’ve convinced ourselves that savoring happiness is inviting disaster. Revolution might sound a little dramatic, but in this world, choosing authenticity and worthiness is an absolute act of resistance.” -BreneBrown.com
MARVEL MOVIE SERIES
Sunday evenings at 6:00pm (July 10-31), Join convener Becky Moseman for a Marvel movie and discuss the major themes, their relevance to our current climate and faith, and the implications for personal ministry. We plan to watch Black Panther, Captain America, Captain Marvel, and Avengers Infinity War. Please bring a dish to share for a potluck dinner. This class is appropriate for individuals in middle school and older.
YOUTH HANDBELL CHOIR FORMING
Youth in grades five through twelve . . .
Join Fermata frog and get a hold on ringing handbells. They are toadily awesome.
Leap onto our pad at Trinity Church and explore, experience, and enjoy the art of ringing handbells. Rehearsals will be weekly beginning the first week in June. Each rehearsal will be 45 minutes. The day and time of the rehearsals will be determined by those participating. You do not have to know how to read music to join us. You will learn about music through enjoyable games that teach musical concepts as you learn to ring your handbells.
Hop to it, and don’t ponder too long. Contact Carteena Robohm at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know of your interest in being a part of our music ministry. You’ll be hoppy you did.
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.
KNITTING SUPPLIES FOR AFGHAN REFUGEES
Through our work with the Afghan refugees, we have learned that many enjoying knitting and crocheting for relaxation and enjoyment. We are seeking donations to help provide the families we serve with their own supplies. Please bring donations to Trinity and leave them in the box by the reception desk. As always, we also welcome donations in support of our new afghan neighbors.
We have 15-20 participants from the Afghan community each week and they truly appreciate the opportunity to improve their English skills. Sessions are held Thursdays from 4:00-6:00pm. We have moved locations and now meet at San Miguel School 2444 E Admiral Blvd. Please join us! Contact Kathleen Brulc at email@example.com or 918-852-4664 for more information.
EVERY PERFECT GIFT
We are all stewards of the church. Pledging isn't only for those with endless disposable income. "Every Perfect Gift" 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.
SUPPORT YOUTH PROGRAMS
Become a J2Angel! Our J2A class needs your support to help underwrite the expense of the Urban Adventure and Spiritual Pilgrimages that underpin this program. This year, we need even more support because the previous class's trips were cancelled due to covid. Please help support J2A and the 4Ward classes (8th to11th grades) who will embark on their Urban Adventure to Chicago in May with your donation of $50. J2Angels receive postcards from the trip and a first-look presentation upon their return.
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.