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News from Trinity Episcopal Church

Updated: Nov 16, 2020

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Beloved Family in Christ,

Thank you to all of those who braved the wind and rain to join us for our first Liturgy on the Lot! It was so life-giving to see all of you in person, knowing we were taking every precaution we could to keep you and our staff safe.  We did learn that not everyone can cram under the portico in the rain. So, moving forward, if we have inclement weather and the congregation size allows, we will move to the promenade by the playground for better cover. See you on Sunday at 3:00pm!

In keeping with The Episcopal Church's Plan Your Vote program, Trinity will be offering a free, non-partisan notary service available to both members and non-members On Monday, October 26th from 10:00am to 2:00pm, swing by the church to get your absentee ballots notarized. Please drive through the portico at 6th and Cincinnati and the notary will come right to your window. If you prefer to walk through, please make sure you are wearing a mask. 

As the covid-19 crisis continues to affect our community, Trinity has created a phased reopening plan to help us monitor the situation in our state and gauge when it will be safe to reopen. Click to read the Phased Re-opening Plan, Community Covenant and Sanitation Policies. Please contact Hannah Middlebrook with any questions.

We are currently working on the new photo directory. If you are new to Trinity and would like to be included, or if you have updates to your existing details, please click here and let us know. We want to be in touch and help your fellow parishioners stay in touch, too!

For those of you looking for ways to help in our community, both Iron Gate and Trinity's Social Justice Commission are seeking donations. Please see below for more information. And watch for details about a toy drive coming soon.

Finally, we continue to hear that there are folks who are not receiving the enewsletter. We have been working with Mailchimp - the company that provides our service - to make sure everything is working as it should. We have not been able to identify any issues with the service on our end.

Please make sure you take the following steps to ensure you receive the enewsletter

1. Add "" to your contacts (make sure there is no 's' on the end of communication. 2. Search for "Trinity Episcopal Church" and " in your spam and/or junk folders. If you find one of our previous enewsletters, move it to your inbox so future editions go to the inbox instead. 3. If you use an email from work or your educational institution, check with your IT department to ensure the enewsletter is not being stopped by firewalls or other security measures. This past week, we had several emails from bounce back. If you have an email, you may want to check if any of their security measures have changed.  4. If you have previously unsubscribed from the enewsletter, we cannot re-subscribe you. You have to do that on your own using this link: 5. If you continue to have problems, please reach out to Hannah directly. It is difficult to help trouble shoot through a third party who may not have access to your email account. Hannah will either walk your through the steps or connect you with a technology volunteer who can help.  Remember, the building is closed but the Church is open.

The Clergy & Staff of Trinity Episcopal Church +

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