Trinity Sunday

June 12, 2022

Worship services in the sanctuary at 8am and 10am

The 10am service will be livestreamed via Zoom webinar.

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Follow along with the printed liturgy.

For those attending worship services in person: Masks are strongly recommended for all persons, regardless of vaccination status, in indoor public settings.

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Trinity Welcomes The Very Rev. Dr. Gary Hall

Our former Interim Rector, Gary Hall, also Retired Dean of the Washington National Cathedral and Seabury-Western Theological Seminary will be with us as our guest preacher at both services on June 12. 

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Our Parish Nurse Jan Fadden will be with us in the library following both services.

Special Coffee Hour after the 10am service Celebrating John and Anna Campbell

Join us for refreshments outside on the Labyrinth after the 8am service, and after the 10am, we will celebrate John and Anna Campbell's renewal of vows for their 60th wedding anniversary. There will be music by Kate Wallace and Doug Clegg, and cake!

Our Zoom coffee hour continues, following the 10am service.

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Upcoming Events at Trinity

Trinity's Justice and Outreach Council Sponsors

The Summer Speaker Series: Justice and Engagement 

For 4 consecutive Sundays, beginning on June 19, Trinity welcomes guest preachers at both services, and speakers from our community partners for forums after the 10am service in the Parish Hall. 

Guest preachers at the 8am and 10am services:

  • June 19: Rabbi Arthur Gross Schaefer, Community Shul of Montecito and Santa Barbara 
  • June 26: The Rev. Scott Claassen, Vicar and Chaplain of St. Michael's University Church, Isla Vista
  • July 3: Pastor Thomas Voelp, Pastor, Trinity Lutheran Church
  • July 10: Pastor David Moore, Lead Pastor, New Covenant Worship Center

Forums at 11:30am:

  • June 19: Julissa Pêna, ILDC (Immigrant Legal Defense Center)
  • June 26: Kathi Brennan King and Jen Hernandez, CEC (Community Environmental Council)
  • July 3: Eric Talkin, Foodbank of SB County
  • July 10: Zulema Aleman, CAUSE (Central Coastal Alliance for a Sustainable Economy)

Please share the series poster and the series flier. Community members and friends are encouraged to attendZoom webinar access will be available for both the 10am worship services and for the 11:30am forums.

Meal Ministry in the Park 

Thursday, June 23, 3-8pm

Join us on the fourth Thursday of the month as we partner with Trinity Lutheran Church to provide, prepare, and serve a meal to our unhoused neighbors in Alameda Park. We will be participating in the Neighborhood Navigation Center, which is an ongoing service at the park. Check the volunteer sign up for current opportunities.

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Summer Sacred Arts

This Sunday, June 12

For families with children attending the 10am worship service, Summer Sacred Arts starts as early as 9:45am in the Guild Hall. Diana Small, Director of Children and Youth will lead the children in puppet making and theatrical play.

Read the Children and Youth Newsletter


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Help Clear Out Trinity's Kitchen

Now that we are having more events in person, we've collected a variety of platters, bowls, baskets, and utensils that don’t belong on the countertops of the Trinity kitchen. Please check the table at coffee hour for something you might have left behind. We’ll be donating any remaining items to Goodwill on June 20.

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Volunteer Opportunity

Summer Sacred Arts 

June 12 - September 4

Perhaps you have a creative project to share with the children (visual art, music, sciences, anything creative that piques the spiritual curiosity of the child). Check the sign-up sheet at coffee hour on Sundays or email Diana Small at if you are interested. Volunteers would need to arrive by 9:45am and assist helping the children for roughly an hour, until communion time.

Home Communion

If you would like to receive the Eucharist, but are not coming to Trinity for worship, call (805)965-7419 or email the office to request home communion. One of our eucharistic visitors will set up a time to bring communion to your home. 

Notes from Your Vestry

Year-Round Stewardship

The vestry has asked parish lay leaders to give testimonials at Sunday services. This Sunday, we welcome new parishioner, and chair of our Welcome ministry, Elizabeth Patterson to the pulpit. Read the May 8 testimonial from Junior Warden Stephen Singleton.

Initiatives Committee Survey Results and Forum Recap

The survey results from 109 parishioners were delivered at Trinity parish forums on May 22. The forums attracted about 100 people who heard a presentation of the survey results and then discussed the entire effort in small groups. Several people at those forums raised their hands to volunteer to be the organizers of various initiatives. The additional input from those forums have been combined with the survey results and are presented in this document.

Monthly Parish Financials and Vestry Meeting Minutes

Did you know? The vestry meets on the last Wednesday of the month. At the May 25 meeting, the April meeting minutes and April financials were approved. Get to know your vestry and find meeting minutes and parish financials on Trinity's website vestry page.

Community News
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PFLAG Monthly Zoom Meeting

Monday, June 13, 7pm

Celebrate PRIDE with our friends at PFLAG. This month they will be touching upon the history and meaning behind Pride month and why LGBTQIA+ representation and inclusion is so important.

If you would like to attend, send an email to to register in advance.

News from the Diocese and the Wider Church

Pride Service LA

Two celebrations on June 26 will mark Pride Month in the Diocese of Los Angeles.

St. John's Cathedral will hold a special 10am Sunday service in honor of Pride Month and 30 years of diocesan LGBTQ+ ministry. Music will be provided by the Trans Chorus of L.A. The Rev. Canon Melissa McCarthy, canon to the ordinary, will preach. St. John's is located at 514 W. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles. Proof of full Covid vaccination is required.

That afternoon, the LGBTQ+ ministry of the diocese invites all to the post-Covid return of its annual Garden Party, 2 -5pm at the Episcopal Residence in Pasadena. For reservations, email Address and parking details will be sent by return email.

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Supporting Humanitarian Response to the Crisis in Ukraine

Donate today to help the national church's Episcopal Relief & Development continuing effort to provide food, shelter, water and basic supplies to refugees and people displaced within Ukraine.

Please continue to support the mission and ministries of Trinity.  If you regularly donate online, please continue to do so. Checks may be mailed to the office.

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