Updated: Apr 15, 2021
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Beloved Siblings in Christ, We were thrilled to see so many of you in-person on Easter - between the sunrise Easter vigil and Liturgy on the Lot at 3:00pm, more than 200 joined us in the parking lot for services under gorgeous blue spring skies. We are excited now to continue with Liturgy on the Lot at 3:00pm for the foreseeable future and hope more of you will join us as you feel comfortable.
Our virtual Easter service went off beautifully, too! Thank you to our incredible tech team who are jumping through hoops trying to make us look good while we wait for the City permits needed for our new internet. We always enjoy connecting with you via Facebook. What fun to see new names popping up, and names of previous parishioners joining us for Easter again!
Over the Easter weekend we served countless Trinity and non-Trinity families through our Drive Through Easter Bunny Bash. It was beyond adorable to see the little faces light up upon seeing the Easter Bunny, and we received a few pictures from caregivers showing us the sugar rushes we encouraged at their homes. We also had the delightful tasks of baptizing two new members of the Trinity family: Henry Jablonski and Sarah Urbon. So much love and goodness at Trinity this weekend!
With Easter behind us, we now look toward summer and spring. The new schedule of Adult Christian Formation classes has been released (more information here), and we are excited about our upcoming offerings with topics that encourage personal growth on many levels. Plans for in-person Vacation Bible School have begun, too. Mark your calendars for July 19th-23rd for "Seuss on the Loose," our Dr. Seuss-themed VBS in the mornings, and for BAM Entertainment's acting camp in the afternoons. Registration will open soon! As we keep our eyes firmly on the Covid infection rates in Tulsa county, we're becoming ever more hopeful for a late spring/early summer reopening for inside in-person services. But remember, the building may be (mostly) closed, but the church is certainly open.
The clergy and staff of Trinity Episcopal Church +