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Beloved Siblings in Christ,
Every Sunday, when we look our at the congregation, we are filled with emotion. Overjoyed to see friends we haven't seen for many months, and saddened when someone we've been hoping to see still isn't here. We have spoken to some of you who just aren't ready to be back in person, and we respect that. We just miss you!
For those of you working your way back to in-person activities, there is a lot to chose from in these coming weeks! Boo Bash is this Sunday. This all-ages event is a great way to get together with old friends and make new ones, all while supporting Trinity's children & youth, and New Hope families facing the challenges of justice involvement.
How can you help with Boo Bash?
Sign up to be a trunk for the Trunk or Treat
Donate money to help underwrite the cost of candy
Plan to bring your young ones to trick or treat
Send your teens to earn service hours
October 31st is Consecration Sunday. This is the day your financial commitments to the church are blessed (pledges sent by mail or made online will be automatically included). If you haven't pledged yet, now is a good time to do it to show your support for this church community, and to help us budget for the new year. Literally no gift is too small - please pledge today.
The last Campus Work Day we had scheduled was due to take place just as we locked down in 2020. So, the campus work day taking place on November 6th is more important than ever and we need your help. Join us from 11:00am to pick up trash, weed the beds, plant, prune and mulch. Perfect for students seeking service hours, and a great way to experience community!
Check out all of the exciting things happening at Trinity on the calendar below.
Let each of you look not to your own interests, but to the interests of others.
The clergy and staff of Trinity Episcopal Church +