Weekly News and Thank-Yews from the Pews
Thursday, March 18, 2021
This Sunday Worship & Fellowship Info


You Tube Live-Stream broadcasts
this Sunday,
The Fifth Sunday of Lent,
March 21st at 9:00am.


In order to attend these services:
Please visit our website at www.trinitysonoma.org
Select Join Our Online Worship
Select the appropriate service you wish to view.
Relax and enjoy!


After the Sunday service, please join together through Zoom! for a virtual coffee hour - click here to gain access!

Wear a Mask ~ Wash Your Hands ~ Keep your Distance
Be Kind ~ Forgive anyway ~ Smile ~ Be Fearless
Fr. Jim's Corner --

Some extra information for those interested in the content of Fr. Jim's sermon this past week (March 14th, 2021).
Last week's sermon addressed "restorative justice," and Walter Wink's explanation of "Jesus' Third Way." If you would like to read more about these topics and see the list of 18 actions to take in the face of violence, as described by Walter Wink, please click here. It's a very interesting, and informative read!
Offering personalized suggestions for spiritual growth . . .

The Episcopal Church, in partnership with  RenewalWorks , a ministry of  Forward Movement , is offering  My Way of Love , a FREE, eight-week email series that provides personalized suggestions for spiritual growth based on the seven practices of the Way of Love.

Each email in the series includes ideas on how to pray, engage with scripture, and practice the Way of Love regularly.

For more information and to sign up visit the website here .
Trinity Mindfulness Group
Meets Thursdays at 10:30am
in Abbot Courtyard
Is an open group, and welcomes all to participate! Please consider joining in with prayers, sharing, meditation, and constructive conversation.

The group meets in Abbot courtyard with coffee and goodies in an informal circle where every can listen and share!
Masks are required and seating is socially distanced.
Diocesan & Beyond News
An easy way to keep abreast of the news around the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California is to subscribe to its newsletter, the Diocesan e-News, which is delivered to your inbox on most Tuesday afternoons. Click HERE to be directed to their signup page. They take your privacy seriously and do not share their lists with anyone; to unsubscribe, simply click on the unsubscribe link that is at the end of each newsletter and you will be taken off the list immediately.
Pastoral Care Corner
Your prayers are requested -

During our Online Services, you, members of your family or loved one may find yourself in need of extra support and prayers from our faith community.  If you have a particular prayer request, please email Linda Dowd at lindahdowd@sbcglobal.net.  
 
Prayer requests will be added to The Prayers of the People during our Sunday worship each week.
Introducing: Neighborhood Prayer Walks -- Interested? Read More!
The Episcopal Church Evangelism Newsletter provided a helpful source, to take a peek, click here!

*****And check out more ideas at: www.episcopalchurch.org/evangelism

Episcopal Relief & Development offers a
new digital prayer tool , bringing together prayers from many sources and the opportunity to share prayers with others.

This is a wonderful resource to access prayers -- Check it out!
Mental Health Moment


Love these guys and their beautiful music!
Sermons at Trinity:

Can be accessed on the Trinity website:

  • Archived video sermons here.
  • Archived audio sermons here

Sunday Snaps:

  • Will return when WE return!
Calendar
ONGOING
Sunday
9:00am Holy Eucharist Rite II
Will be live-streamed Sunday, March 21, 2021
10:00am Virtual Coffee Hour
on Zoom!
11:00am Holy Communion Live
in Abbot Courtyard
(Please follow safety protocols!)

Closing smiles...
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Here endeth the newsletter... See you next week!