Weekly News and Thank-Yews from the Pews
Thursday, September 30, 2021
This Sunday Worship & Fellowship Info

You Tube Live-Stream broadcast
AND in-person attendance
this Sunday,
The Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost
October 3rd at 9:00am.

In order to attend this service online:
Please visit our website at www.trinitysonoma.org
Select Join Our Online Worship
Relax and enjoy!

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

“Joy does not always happen to us. We have to choose joy and keep choosing it every day.”
~ Henri Nouwen

Upcoming Services at Trinity:

Sunday, October 3rd - The Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost
9:00 - Livestream AND In-person!

Wednesday, October 6th
10am - Healing Eucharist -- followed by Bible Study at 11am

Masks and social distancing are requested for everyone. Thank You!
Sunday, October 3rd:
In Abbot courtyard at 11:00am
Sunday, November 7th:
All Saint's Day
All Soul's Day
The Kirkin' o' the Tartans

Sunday, November 21st:
Christ the King
The Last Sunday of Pentecost
Thursday, November 25th:
Thanksgiving Day Eucharist
Sunday, November 28th:
First Sunday of Advent
Saturday & Sunday December 4th and 5th:
Christmas Faire at Trinity
Sale! Trinity Baked Goods, Meals on Wheels Goodies, Crafts, Music, and Holiday Fun!

Communion in the Courtyard Continues at 11am!
Communion will continue in the courtyard for those
who choose not to participate in-person at church services.

Please make sure that your animals - furry, finned, or feathery -- are securely under your control. Carriers and kennels are fine, as are good leashes and harnesses. Let's keep everyone safe!
Can't bring your pet? Pictures can be blessed as well!
On the eve of St. Francis Day, let's celebrate our companion animals and other beloved creatures!
Please wear a mask.

What is God calling you to do?

What are you doing to make it happen?
Fr. Jim encourages us to do more prayer!

Electronic BCP can be found here.

Forward Movement site can be found here.

Episcopal Relief & Development digital prayer tool can be found here.
Welcome new Trinity member Liz Carpenter!

Liz and her husband Paul moved to Sonoma a few years ago. After a brief search for a new church, she chose Trinity Sonoma as her spiritual home. She enjoys the friendly community and sense of love and uplifting.
Prayer Shawl Ministry Meets THIS Tuesday,
October 5th @ 11am in Dallas Library
Come on in, knit a little, crochet a bit, enjoy some coffee, and share some great fellowship with the Prayer Shawl Ministry!

Instruction available!
These women are wonderful!
Their ministry is heartfelt and appreciated by so many!

You really do want to be a part of this!
Dear Friends,
With the rise in the COVID Delta Variant, we are asking kindly, that everyone mask up when in shared spaces. Let's keep each other safe!
Thank you! Thank you!
2:00pm in Buttrum Hall at Trinity
Beginners to Experts

Teacher: Christina
No Charge ~ some supplies are provided or bring your own!
Diocesan & Beyond News
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News From the National Church --
Climate change statement
from Global Church Leaders

[Sept, 7, 2021] For the first time, the leaders of the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Anglican Communion have jointly warned of the urgency of environmental sustainability, its impact on poverty, and the importance of global cooperation.
Pope Francis, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, and Archbishop Justin Welby urge everyone to play their part in “choosing life” for the future of the planet. 
The statement calls on people to do the following:
  • Pray for world leaders ahead of COP26 (The United Nations Climate Change Conference).
  • For individuals: To make meaningful sacrifices for the sake of the planet, working together and taking responsibility for how we use our resources.
  • For those with far-reaching responsibilities: To choose people-centered profits and lead the transition to just and sustainable economies.
Read the full statement at this link.
Pastoral Care Corner
Your prayers are requested -

When you, members of your family or loved one find yourself in need of extra support and prayers from our faith community, please let us know.  Please email Linda Dowd at lindahdowd@sbcglobal.net If you have a particular prayer request.  
Prayer requests will be added to The Prayers of the People during our Sunday worship each week.
To Linda and Jim

Disturb us O Lord
When we are too well-pleased with ourselves
When our dreams have come true because we dreamed too little.
because we sailed too close to the shore.

Disturb us O Lord
When with the abundance of things we possess,
We have lost our thirst for the water of life.
When, having fallen in love with time, we have ceased to dream of eternity and in our efforts to build a new earth, we have allowed our vision of Heaven to grow dim.

~ Bishop Desmond Tutu

Mental Health Moment

Sonoma County Donkeys Fire Rescue
Sermons at Trinity:

Can be accessed on the Trinity website:

  • Archived video sermons here.
  • Archived audio sermons here

Sunday Snaps:

  • Coming Soon!
This Sunday, October 3rd
9:00am Holy Eucharist Rite II
Masks = Hospitality, and to do your part to live out the Bible’s commandment to “Love your neighbor as yourself.
'Nuff said?

This service is also live-streamed

10:00am Virtual Coffee Hour
Click on Zoom! to join the fun!

11:00am Holy Communion Live
in Abbot Courtyard

Closing smiles...
KJS: I like the word “shalom.” I use it in my correspondence, I use it in my sermons, and that’s how I sign my e-mails — “shalom.” To me it is a concrete reminder of what it is we’re all supposed to be about.

Interviewer: Because it means peace in Hebrew?

KJS: It means far more than peace. I think it’s a vision of the human community. Those great visions of Isaiah — every person fed, no more strife, the ill are healed, prisoners are released.

Interview by Deborah Solomon with then Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts-Schori, Nov. 19, 2006
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Here endeth the newsletter... See you next week!