Stories and Announcements

Men of Trinity Advent Drop-In

The Men of Trinity Advent Drop-In will be on Tuesday, December 12 from 6-8 pm at Rox Pollard's home located at 2 Heathwood Circle. Food and Drinks will be provided. There is no cost for the event. Please help us plan by registering in advance online.

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Lections for Sunday, November 26, 2017

Sunday, November 26, 2017 - The Last Sunday After Pentecost


Ezekiel 34:11-16, 20-24   Psalm 95:1-7a   Ephesians 1:15-23   Matthew 25:31-46

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Christmas Outreach Opportunties

Here at Trinity we have a vartiey of outreach opportunities this Advent and Christmas season. Click below to read how you can get involved.

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Christmas Pageant Rehearsal Supper

Join us on Wednesday, December 20 at 5 pm for a Christmas Pageant Rehearsal in the Cathedral followed by dinner and costume distribution in Satterlee Hall. Please register in advance for supper. For questions, contact Bibs Babson at

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November Vestry Meeting Highlight

Every month following the Vestry meeting, we publish the approved minutes for the previous month's meeting. Click here to see the formal minutes from our October meeting.   
The Vestry wants to keep parishioners informed as soon as possible and has provided a synopsis of our most recent meeting on November 16, 2017. Feel free to contact any member of the Vestry with questions about this meeting. Click here for the highlights of last week's meeting.  

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December Daughters of the Holy Cross General Meeting

The December DHC General Meeting will be on Monday, December 4. The Rev'd Dorian Del Priore, our Canon for Parish Life, will be the speaker. Social begins at 11:15 am and the meeting will begin at 11:30 am in Satterlee Hall. Please help us plan for lunch by registering in advance here or by calling 771.7300.   

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Advent Giving Tree

On the first Sunday of Advent, December 3, Trinity’s Advent Giving Tree will be in the Welcome Center filled with ornaments, each listing a special request by our partners at St. Lawrence Place or W.A. Perry Middle School.

Families who leave St. Lawrence Place to begin a new chapter in their lives take with them the household items they have been using during their stay. Trinity’s Advent gifts will replace goods needed as new families move into the St. Lawrence Place community during the coming year. Advent Tree ornaments designate a most needed household item. Gift cards are also greatly needed and welcomed! It is not necessary to wrap your gift.

W.A. Perry leaders have identified a critical need to provide back packs of nutritious weekend food for high need students. Money and food are needed to continue the program.  Giving Tree ornaments offer an opportunity to “Pack the Pantry” at Perry by providing funds or non-perishable food.

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A Season of Anticipation

I used to find the observance of Advent and Christmas somewhat confusing.  The two seasons are of course linked in a unified celebration of the coming of the Christ.  During Advent we kindle our expectation, we prepare, and we wait.  Then during Christmas we celebrate the coming of the one who exceeds our every expectation, the one who justifies our preparations, and the one who satisfies our longing.  Taken together, the two seasons manifest a pattern, a rhythm of anticipation and consummation, of suspense and resolution.

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Canterbury of Columbia

The college years are what I would describe as a liminal phase of life. Sacred spaces, churches, and holy sites are often referred to as liminal spaces. A liminal space is a thin space, a threshold.  These are spaces of transition, transformation, and encounter with the holy. I believe that the college years can be much like that. We stand at a threshold of experiences in which we are no longer what we were, and yet, we are not quite what we will become.  

Canterbury of Columbia is a ministry in which young adults can walk with one another and the church through fellowship, worship, and service during this phase of life. Canterbury is a community of support and belonging that hopes to foster joy, solace, transformation, and discipleship as we explore what it means to live life in the way of Jesus together.

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Becoming an Internet-Wise Family

Beginning on Sunday, December 3, there will be an Adult Advent formation 2-week series, "Becoming an Internet-Wise Family" in Satterlee Hall.  Screen-time, social media, the Internet's dark shadows: There are many challenges for parents, grandparents, and others who raise and nurture children. This three-session series will explore how social media can be used for potential good, as well as managed when it comes to proper boundaries and hazards. Expert presentations will assist the class, and there will be opportunities for sharing of best practices for what can at times seem like overwhelming challenges. 

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