We here at Trinity invite you to join us as we encounter the risen Lord Jesus Christ.

We worship on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. We also offer Morning Prayer at Good Samaritan Hospital Chapel on Tuesdays at 8:30 a.m.

We invite the whole family to enter into worship together, as children of all ages are welcome! After the service, come on over to the Parish Hall for fellowship and refreshments.

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Feast and Fast Days

In addition to our regular Sunday and Wednesday Mass schedule, we observe Feast and Fast Days with Mass at 5:30 pm on Weekdays and 9:30 am on Saturdays.

  • March
    • 19 – Saint Joseph
    • 26 – Monday in Holy Week
    • 27 – Tuesday in Holy Week
    • 28 – Wednesday in Holy Week, Tenebrae following
    • 29 – Maundy Thursday, Vigil following
    • 30 – Good Friday, Stations of the Cross following
    • 31 – Holy Saturday (9:30 am); The Great Vigil of Easter (5:30 pm) Continue reading

SURVEY: Easter Vigil Dinner

Each year, we celebrate the culmination of Lent and Holy Week with Easter and the Resurrection. It is the climax of our church year. It is the great feast at the end of our Lenten fast, and I firmly believe that we should enjoy a time of fellowship in addition to our glorious worship of the risen Lord. This type of celebration calls for something along the lines of a parish dinner.

Of course, we all know that Easter Sunday is a wonderful and busy time of family and friends, with traditions abounding for many, and lunch plans for most. Which is why I am proposing that we celebrate together following the Easter Vigil on Saturday evening, where in addition to the first Mass of the Resurrection, we have the wonderful opportunity to welcome two new members into our parish family this year as we will celebrate two baptisms.

The proposal then is that we would move the time of the service up from our previous 7:30 pm to 5:30 pm and reschedule our March parish dinner to coincide with the Easter Vigil.

While I would very much like to see this happen, not only this year but for years to come, this is not something I would like to schedule without getting a sense of how most others feel about it.

To that end, I’ve put together a survey that will be up for the next few weeks. It is one question and an opportunity for everyone to be heard. You can also email Fr. Ben or contact a member of the Mission Leadership Team (Vestry).


The ‘Gesimas: A Pre-Lent

This week in Sunday school, we considered an ancient custom of an almost now bygone era: the ‘Gesimas. Some may worry that Fr. Ben is occasionally making things up for the sake of filling space and time. But fear not, the ‘Gesimas are real and, despite their infrequent practice in the modern-day church, present an interesting and potentially fruitful topic for our corporate consideration. Continue reading