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Beloved Siblings in Christ,

Thank you to everyone who came out, and especially those who volunteered, to make our Trinity Sunday Parish Picnic a massive success! We had the biggest turnout, and longest lasting picnic, ever. With good food, great company, and fantastic live music, the atmosphere was electric. Parishioners and clergy, alike, danced until the music stopped. Check out the pictures and video on Facebook.


We hope to see many more events like this to continue to bring our community together as we emerge from the pandemic. If you would like to help defray the cost of fellowship and/or contribute to the general operating fund of the church, just hit the DONATE button above.

Coming up next week is the annual Tulsa Pride Parade. We have had a float in the parade since 2017 and we are excited that the Diocese of Oklahoma wanted to take part as a whole this year! So, we will walk under the Diocesan banner with other Episcopal Churches and Organizations. Find us between 12th and 14th on Boston Avenue on Saturday, June 25th at 5:00pm. The parade steps off at 6:00pm. There will be room for those with mobility challenges on the float. Wear your new pride shirt, or any Trinity shirt, and bright colors. See you there!

Speaking of Pride shirts - the new shirts are in! If you ordered one to pick up at Trinity, you can pick up Monday to Thursday from 8:30am - 4:30pm, and Fridays 8:30am - 1:00pm. Of course, you can also collect the on Sunday morning. If you paid for delivery, your shirt should be at your home within the next few days.

We're looking for donations of hay bales to create the seating on our float. Do you have access to hay? Would you be willing to donate a bale or two? Please contact Mo. Cheryl.


If you're looking for a way to connect at Trinity - or just to try something different, take a look at some of the opportunities below. Sara Arnold is look for Lectors, we are seeking new Eucharistic Visitors, and the Daughters of the King are growing and invite you to grow with them. There are so many way to get involved at Trinity. Let us know if you need help discerning where your gifts are and how to get plugged in. We'd love to walk that journey with you.

The clergy and staff of Trinity Episcopal Church +


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