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Update: March 28, 9:15pm

Further to the Governors "Safer at home" directive, the mayor of Tulsa has also issued a directive which limits gatherings to fewer than 10 people, closes all non-essential businesses and restricts movements for people of all ages within the Tulsa area.  The church building has been closed since the bishop directed all Episcopal parishes to cancel all worship and non-worship events, though we have had permission to continue filming services inside the building.

With the new directives at the state and local level, we have taken the step of pre-recording all Sunday and holy Week/Easter worship, and doing the daily prayer/meditation, "TrinityConnect" from the homes of the clergy instead of in the church.  We hope you will continue to watch and engage in worship with us, in this ever changing world. Please look for the bulletins for all our services here and keep an eye on our Facebook page for further updates, activities and information.

Our Stations of the Cross and Watch Through the Night pages are now live.  We hope you will gather the materials you need for an interactive Stations of the Cross in your own home, and register to do your own Watch Through the Night on our Facebook page.

As always, we encourage you to be in touch with staff and clergy at any time as we work to reach out to all our parishioners.  We want to support you throughout this time of crisis and hope you will help keep us informed of what is going on in your life and the lives of your friends.

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