Christmas Service Schedule

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Dearest Siblings in Christ,

The church is abuzz with plans for the bishop's visit, Advent events & activities, and Christmas! We loved seeing so many of you for last week's Christmas market, and we hope to see many more of you in the coming weeks. We know how busy everyone is, so we'll keep it brief and just let you check out all the goings on below.

Let each of you look not to your own interests, but to the interests of others.

-Philippians 2:4

The staff and clergy of Trinity Episcopal Church +

image credit: Mother & Child artwork (c) Naomi C. Robinson

CHRISTMAS SERVICES


Christmas Eve

Friday, December 24

5:00pm Communion Service with children’s pageant

8:00pm Choral Prelude: the Trinity choir

8:30pm Traditional Christmas Eve service and lighting of candles with Trinity adult choir and brass

10:30pm Choral prelude: the Trinity choir

11:00pm Traditional Christmas Eve service with carols, incense, lighting of candles, Trinity adult choir and brass. Valet Parking Available for this service.

Childcare provided for all Christmas Eve services


Christmas Day

Saturday, December 25

10:00am Christmas Day service with soloist Chad Johnson, and Casey Cantwell, Organist and Choir Director

The First Sunday after Christmas Day

Sunday, December 29

7:30am Holy Eucharist (rite I, spoken)

9:00am Holy Eucharist (rite II, sung)

11:00am Holy Eucharist (rite I, sung)

11:05am Church Down Under Service, interactive family communion service

Epiphany Procession*

Sunday, January 9

5:00pm Classical family-friendly candlelight service celebrating the arrival of the larger than-life Three Kings, followed by chili dinner in the Great Hall

*Please bring a gift for a baby or young child. All gifts will

be donated to Emergency Infant Services.


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