UPDATE: May 28th, 2:30pm
Recently there has been a discussion in the news about whether churches should be open. We say "YES!" Not the church building - it's too soon to ensure the safety of our church family - but the church, comprised of its people, should be open every day of the year.
The church supports it's members.Can you call a friend or acquaintance to check in?
The church helps in times of crisis.Have you taken a meal to an ill or home bound parishioner?
The church provides wise counsel.Can you reach out to someone you know is struggling to lend an ear?
The church plans activities for adults & youth. Can you lead a virtual activity, or have you signed up for one?
The church provides spiritual formation.Have you joined in our TrinityConnect daily meditations? Have you offered to lead a study group or class?
Quarantine fatigue is real and many of us are utterly fed up. The church is here to help. That doesn't just mean the clergy and staff of Trinity. That meanseveryoneat Trinity is here to help. So reach out. Ask for help or offer help. The church is essential, but the building is not.
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