Trinity Episcopal "Old Swedes" Church
February 26, 2020
Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday marks one of the most solemn days of the church year. We mark all that we regret - the mistakes and hurts we've made with God and our neighbor. We also encounter forgiveness.

Ash Wednesday doesn't end there though. We are forgiven and restored by God. In that act, the scandalous love and grace of God is offered to each one of us.

Where do you need forgiveness and grace in your journey? Join us this evening for the Liturgy of Ash Wednesday at 7PM.
This Sunday is confirmation class after church. We'll learn about who the Apostle Paul was.

This Sunday: The Great Litany
On this First Sunday of Lent we'll use the Great Litany to open our Sunday morning liturgy.

About the Great Litany:
An intercessory prayer including various petitions that are said or sung by the leader, with fixed responses by the congregation. It was used as early as the fifth century in Rome. It was led by a deacon, with the collects led by a bishop or priest. The Litany was the first English language rite prepared by Archbishop Thomas Cranmer. It was first published in 1544.  Click here for more.
Alpha Beginning March 10
Tuesdays 6-8:30 PM - Parish House

Join us for a great meal and conversation with others who are exploring life and faith; no strings attached. If you come, we won’t call you after, write, or ask you to pick up the check—the ball is completely in your court. What do you have to lose?

Alpha is a chance to explore life and the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal environment.

Join us on Sundays at 9:30 AM for worship!
The Rev. Gregory M. Wilson, Priest-in Charge
856-467-1227 (office)