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This Sunday

Sunday, June 25, 2017
Time after Pentecost 

In the gospel reading for this coming Sunday, Jesus says several surprising things: that he has come to bring, not peace, but a sword; and that followers must love him more than they love their own family members. Come to worship to meditate on what these sayings might mean, and at the table, be strengthened to live the surprising life of the Christian.

Readings: (click readings to view)
Jeremiah 20:7-13
Romans 6:1b-11
Matthew 10:24-39
Psalm 69:7-10

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Life Passages

The administration of the sacraments, visitation of the sick and home-bound and Christian education are among our principal pastoral concerns. To serve the Trinity community as faithfully as possible the following schedule is provided to help you in your planning.


The Sacrament of Holy Baptism-  Baptisms are celebrated on five festival days during the church year.


  • Baptism of Our Lord (First Sunday after Epiphany-January 6)
  • The Great Vigil of Easter (Saturday night before Easter Sunday)
  • Pentecost Sunday (the fiftieth day of Easter)
  • The Sunday closest to Mary, Mother of Our Lord (August 15)
  • All Saints Sunday (First Sunday in November)


To arrange for a baptism contact one of the Pastors well in advance.


Preparation for Marriage- Couples desiring to be married at Trinity should contact the pastoral staff at least six months in advance. A sequence of three preparatory classes is required, the scheduling of which should be confirmed when the date of the marriage is established.


New Parish Members- Persons interested in joining the parish should indicate their desire to the pastoral staff, be regular at worship and plan to attend a number of New Member Classes which meet at 9 a.m. on Sunday mornings as announced.


Hospital & Home Communion- Kindly contact the parish office when a family member or friend is admitted to the hospital or when illness or injury prevents church attendance and the Sacrament is desired.