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Beloved siblings in Christ, You'll often hear us say "The building is closed, but the church is open!" We are constantly blown away by the stories we hear of the church doing so much good outside of our building. Like, the volunteer who wrote a letter to a lonely parishioner and formed a friendship over shared interests. Or the folks who stepped up at a moment's notice to assist when a parishioner was injured in a fall. This is what we mean when we see the church is open! You are the church.

The Social Justice Commission is offering as another example of how the church is open. Through their work delivering food to families affected by deportation and immigration issues, the SJC saw an opportunity to help get groceries to individuals and families that are unable to get to Iron Gate for grocery pick-up. The SJC Deliveries will provide this service free of charge to anyone in the Tulsa area who needs it. But first, we need volunteers! If you're looking for a way to get involved and do real good, sign up here.

We are delighted to be able to offer a program, free-of-charge, to anyone who needs assistance with the Health Insurance Marketplace (aka ObamaCare). Parishioner, and health insurance agent Kristen Skinner has offered her services to help navigate this complicated system. If you have been furloughed, laid off, or have had a change of income, this presentation is for you. This is open to everyone, not just Trinity parishioners. So feel free to pass it along! Sign up for the free zoom presentation and Q&A here.

We are well in to Lent now and we hope you are taking advantage of some of the special opportunities we have to make this season more meaningful. If you haven't yet, find out more about everything on offer here. As Tulsa's Covid numbers move in the right direction, we are once again considering plans for reopening. Please help us by taking a quick five question survey here. And for families with camp-aged kids, please help us as we consider options for Vacation Bible School by taking this simple survey.

Remember the building may be closed, but the church is certainly open.

The clergy and staff of Trinity Episcopal Church +

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