Thank you to everyone who participated in any way in making Holy Week worship happen, especially all of you who tuned in to worship virtually from your homes. If you missed any of these special liturgies, or would like to watch/participate again, you can always find past (and upcoming) worship services on Trinity's YouTube page
. Though we are separated physically from one another at this time, we trust and remember that we are one body in Christ.
Shifting gears, next week (April 22) is Earth Day. As ELCA Bishop Elizabeth Eaton puts it, "humans, in service to God, have special roles on behalf of the whole of creation. Made in the image of God, we are called to care for the earth as God cares for the earth." You can read Bishop Eaton's whole Earth Day statement on the ELCA website
, which includes some ways to participate in loving service to the earth.
Finally, live stream worship, prayer and study continue at Trinity. Upcoming live stream information can be found on the Trinity website
, and all are invited each Wednesday evening at 6:30 PM for a weekly Zoom bible study. Contact Debbie@trintiylutheranchurch.com
for information on how to connect.
I look forward to the day we can worship, study and fellowship in person once again.
Blessings and Peace,
Trinity Communication Coordinator