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LENTEN OPPORTUNITIES

 

LENTEN MEDITATION BOOKLET

Look for a Lenten Meditation booklet in your mailbox, or find the daily reflections on our Facebook page each day. This year the reflections were written by our own parishioners, staff and clergy!  The reflections will also be the focus of TrinityConnect each day Mon-Thurs at 11:00am on Facebook live. DOWNLOAD LENTEN MEDITATION BOOKLET NOW

LENT IN A BOX

Sign up by February 27th to receive Lenten activities at home! Participants will receive a variety of items including prayers, Christian symbols, and activities to help inspire and grow your spiritual practice during Lent. Projects and the supporting materials will either be delivered to participants' homes or picked up at the church, depending on location, in the first week of Lent, March 2-5. REGISTER NOW.

LENT MADNESS

Starting on Ash Wednesday (March 2), this daily email from Scott Gunn (Director of the Forward Movement) and Tim Schenck, invites participants to compare two Saints and vote for their choice to advance to the next round. The ultimate prize for the winning Saint is the Golden Halo. You can view the bracket here but don't forget to sign up at LentMadness.org to receive the emails. Registration is open now.

#PICTURELENT2022

Sign-up on this website to receive a daily email of a themed meditation and prompt to focus your Lenten practice for the day, taking a sharing a photo of that theme on social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) or the Picture Lent site. Tag #picturelent2022 in your photos.  REGISTER HERE.

YOUTH DEVOTIONAL

Sign-up for a devotional focused on young people. There are daily readings and meditations. Sparkhouse is a publishing house that produces a lot of good curriculum for children and youth. VIEW HERE.

ASH WEDNESDAY

Mark the beginning of Lent with our Ash Wednesday services at 7:00am,12:00 noon, and 7:00pm. The 7:00pm service will be livestreamed on Facebook.

ASHES TO GO

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.

END OF LIFE SERIES

Each week will focus on a different area; healthcare directives/living wills (3/6); estate planning/wills and trusts (3/13); Legacy society (3/20); funeral planning (3/27); Eddie Bears. These are teddy bears made of clothing or items belonging to a lost loved one (4/3). Meet in the 3rd floor conference room at 12:15pm on Sundays. Choose one or all sessions. REGISTER NOW

IN THE ROOM WHERE IT HAPPENS

Join Deacon Deborah for this class. Mondays, 7:00pm, March 7-April 11.  Please watch the musical "Hamilton" to discuss themes in this musical, what our faith tells us about those themes, and how it informs our own ministry or faith journey.  REGISTER HERE.

THE WAY OF LOVE

Join postulant Nancy Gill via zoom on Tuesdays at 7:30pm (March 8 - April 12). Nancy will facilitate this six week discussion that ties the Easter Vigil readings to the seven practices of the Way of Love (Turn, Pray, Learn, Bless, Rest, Worship, Go). Drawing on the ancient practice of setting aside Lent as a period of study and preparation for living as a Christian disciple, this curriculum encourages participants to reflect on salvation history; walk toward the empty tomb; and embrace the transforming reality of love, life, and liberation. REGISTER HERE

LENTEN PROJECT SUNDAY

Join us from 10:00am-11:00am on April 3rd in the Great Hall. We'll have several outreach projects that foster relationships in our church community.  Typically, these projects include care packages to college students, filling Easter Eggs with candy for the upcoming egg hunt, making cards for prison ministry and shut ins.  Join us to meet new people and work together.

LENTEN QUIET DAY

Join Deacon Deborah and Rick Barr for a day of quiet meditation and discussion at Trinity from 9:00am-12:00pm on April 9th. Please read the book Transformed Lives: Making Sense of Atonement by Cynthia S.W. Crysdale in preparation. We’ll use spaces around the church, like the nave, for quiet reflection. REGISTER HERE.

PALM SUNDAY

Services at 7:30am, 9:00am and 11:00am on April 10th. There will be a palm procession around the building at 9:00am and 11:00am. Meet in the Great Hall for the palm processions. The 11:00am service will be livestreamed.

ALL AGES STATIONS OF THE CROSS

In lieu of the regular CDU service, the Church Down Under will be transformed into a hands-on stations of the cross space at 11:05am on April 10th.  We’ll go through the stations as a group and do things like wash our hands like Pilot, taste the saltiness of Mary’s tears, hammer nails to a cross, wrap pegs to remind of us Jesus going in the tomb, etc. The stations conclude with eucharist. Find an adapted version of this hands-on Stations of the Cross to do at home here.

MAUNDY THURSDAY

All ages are invited to take part in our service with foot washing at 7:00pm on April 14th. We will break for the Agape Dinner near the end of the service, then return for the Stripping of the Altar. This service will be livestreamed.

AGAPE DINNER

Join us for a potluck Agape dinner after the Maundy Thursday service and before the Stripping of the Altar. Bring Mediterranean-style items to share - olives, bread, cheese, grapes, salami, etc.  SIGN UP HERE.

WATCH THROUGH THE NIGHT

We are invited, as were the first disciples, to watch and pray with the Lord on the night before his crucifixion and death. 

Sign up to take part in the watch between Maundy Thursday (April 14th) at 8:00pm and Good Friday (April 15th) at noon Central Time. The building will be open for this event but you may choose to watch off-site, as well. Sign up for your time slot and sit the watch wherever feels right to you. REGISTER HERE.

VISIT VIRTUAL WATCH THROUGH THE NIGHT PAGE WITH DIGITAL RESOURCES FOR THE WATCH

GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES

Join us for Good Friday Services at noon and 7:00pm. The 7:00pm service will be livestreamed on Facebook.

EASTER EVENTS AND SERVICES

Find our Easter schedule here.