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Beloved Siblings in Christ, As Tulsa plunged into record cold temperatures recently, we reached out to various warming
stations and shelters to see how Trinity could assist. Although none required additional space, the Salvation Army Center of Hope did get back to us with a wish list of needs. While the days are getting warmer, the nights are still cold and warm clothes are desperately needed. Check out the list below and help out if you can. Donations may be dropped off at the Center of Hope at 102 N. Denver Ave (Attn: Arlette) or sent via Amazon or other online seller. Over the past few days, as we turned our attention to Easter plans, the wardens, vestry,
clergy and staff have carefully considered options for our Easter services. While we wanted nothing more than to be able to host indoor services this year, we simply could not find a way that would be controlled, safe and logistically possible. But, we are very pleased to
announce that there will be two opportunities for outdoor in-person services, as well as a virtual service online, on Easter day. We hope you plan to join us!
6:30am Easter Vigil
Spoken sunrise service with communion in one kind
10:00am Virtual Easter Service
Streamed on Facebook 3:00pm Easter Liturgy on the Lot Spoken Easter service with communion in one kind
We have several opportunities for virtual worship and connection throughout Lent. Sign up for a book study with Deacon Deborah, Podcast discussion with Becky Moseman and Fr. Chris, or download our book of Lenten meditations written by our very own clergy, staff and parishioners. This year we will, once again, have virtual Agape Meals on Maundy Thursday, and a virtual Watch Through the Night, as well. While it may not be the same, if we are willing to adapt, community is everywhere. Learn more about Lenten opportunities here.
Remember the building may be closed, but the church is certainly open.
The clergy and staff of Trinity Episcopal Church +