Wednesday, March 6    

ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICES

Mark the beginning of Lent with the Imposition of ashes at 7:00am, 12:00 noon and 7:00pm.

 

Wednesday, March 6    

ASHES TO GO

If you aren’t able to make it to a service, drive through the porte cochere to the south of

the church for the imposition of ashes in the convenience of your car from 11:00am to 1:00pm, and in the east circle drive from 4:30 to 5:30pm.

 

Saturday, March 9    

LENTEN QUIET DAY

Begin the quiet time with morning prayer at 9:00am The columbarium, chapels and various nooks of the church will be available for quiet contemplation until 12:30pm.

 

Monday, March 11

STATIONS OF THE CROSS

Join us each Monday in Lent  (Mar 11—Apr 8) to say the Stations of the Cross at 12:05pm in the church

 

Saturday, April 6

LENTEN QUIET DAY

Begin the quiet time with morning prayer at 9:00am.  The columbarium, chapels and various nooks of the church will be available for quiet contemplation until 12:30pm

 

Sunday, April 7

LENTEN PROJECT SUNDAY

Join us at 10:00am in the Great Hall and in your regular Sunday School classes to help with various projects for the church, including Easter baskets for shut-ins, stuffing eggs for the Easter Egg Hunt, and making college care packages.  

 

Sunday, April 14

PALM SUNDAY PROCESSION

The outdoor procession will precede the 9:00am and 11:00am services, symbolizing Christ’s journey on Palm Sunday.  Meet in the Great Hall.

Sunday, April 14

PALM SUNDAY AND INTERACTIVE STATIONS OF THE CROSS

Services at 7:30, 9:00 and 11:00am.  Palm Processions at 9:00 and 11:00am preceding the services.  After the Palm Procession we will do the Stations of the Cross in the Church Down Under at approximately 11:15.  The Stations of the Cross will be an opportunity for children to see, smell and touch items to help them understand Jesus' journey to the cross.

 

Thursday, April 18

RELIVING THE LAST SUPPER IN THE CHURCH DOWN UNDER

Families are invited to take place in commemorating the Last Supper - the meal Jesus and his friends would have had the night before his death.  Children are guided through the meaning of each part of the symbolic meal, connecting the Old Testament Passover meal to Jesus's institution of Holy Communion. Please bring a dish to share for a pot luck meal afterward. Please RSVP to Pastor Kristi.  Event begins at 6:00pm.

 

Thursday, April 18

MAUNDY THURSDAY SERVICE, AGAPE MEAL & WATCH THROUGH THE NIGHT

Service starts at 7:00pm and includes communion and the stripping of the altar, followed by the Agape meal.  The watch begins at approximately 8:00pm and goes through the night until noon on Good Friday.  Sign up for the meal and Watch Through the Night in the Great Hall. Childcare will be available from 7:00pm through the Stripping of the Altar.

 

Friday, April 19

GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE

Join us at 12:00 noon and 7:00pm for Good Friday services.  Childcare will be available for the 7:00pm service.

 

Friday, April 19

STATIONS OF THE CROSS

A clergy-led experience for parishioners to walk in Christ's footsteps on his journey to the cross. 2:00pm in the Church. 

Saturday, April 20

EASTER EGG HUNT

Fun for the whole family!  The Easter Bunny will hop by Trinity and deliver treats for kids of all ages at 11:00am.  With a special toddler area and more challenging hidden treats for the older kiddos, everyone will have a blast.  Stick around after the hunt for a pot luck dinner in the Great Hall.  Fried Chicken provided - please bring sides to accompany.

 

Sunday, April 21

EASTER SUNDAY

Great Vigil of Easter, 6:00am

Festival Breakfast, 7:00am in the Great Hall

Rite I Eucharist, 8:00am

Rite II Eucharist, 9:00am

Rite I Eucharist (sung), 11:00am

Church Down Under Interactive Family Service, 11:05am in the Undercroft 

Childcare will be available from 8:00am.

 

 

 

Lenten, Holy Week & Easter 

 

 

 

Dear Friends,

 

 

Were not our hearts burning within us while he was talking to us on the road, while he was opening the scriptures to us?       

                                                                 -Luke 24:32

 

 

 

Walk through Lent as faithful people of God aided by the meditations of bishops, priests, deacons and lay people from around the Episcopal Church.  This year the readings are all from scripture and point to how we can live together in community.

 

Jesus calls us to a deeper sense of God’s presence in us as individuals, certainly, but this is often found best when we follow in his footsteps together.

 

Blessings for a time of centering and renewal.

 

 

                          The Rev. Kristi Maulden

                          Priest-in-Charge

                          Trinity Episcopal Church

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