Online Worship - Sunday, January 3, 2021
Looking Back, Looking Forward
You are my Son, the Beloved; with you I am well pleased.
~ Luke 3:22
Happy New Year and Happy Epiphany! As we begin a new year, we will take a moment to look back and look forward through a Baptismal Remembrance Service.
When the Israelites crossed over the Jordan River, they set up 12 stones as a memorial and renewed the covenant that God made with them. As we begin 2021, we too, take a moment to remember how we got here, and look forward to how God is calling us next. We invite you to have a small bowl of water ready to touch the waters of our baptism. 

This week we will also be participating in Holy Communion online. During our 
worship service, we will consecrate elements on the Churchs Altar and on your tables at home. If you are able, we encourage you to come and pick up consecrated elements at the Church following worship on Sunday, January 3rd from 12-1:30 PM. If you are not able to pick up elements, you can consume the elements you have in your home.
Please note that during this season, we practice online communion as an extraordinary means for observing the sacrament that is permitted In Extremis for the present season of the COVID-19 pandemic. For additional information about online communion, we encourage you to read this letter from Bishop Sharma Lewis. 

We will gather at 11 AM for online worship through Trinity’s Facebook Page and on our website

Please register your attendance here! You can also list prayer requests as well. To be added to the Prayer Chain click here.

See below for the Order of Worship.

Click here for the Children’s Worship Bulletin.
Sunday Worship
January 3, 2021 - 11 AM

The Order of Service
Welcome to Trinity online.
As we prepare for a time of worship, we invite you to find an intentional space in your home for worship. We encourage you to light a candle or place something that
reminds you of Trinity or your connection with God nearby. Children are invited
to take out their worship boxes to prepare for worship.

Prelude: The Jesus Gift - Gilbert Martin
Hannah Stone, soprano; Tucker Stone, piano
Shall I gather emeralds, shall I bring Him gold, shall I shower diamonds white hard, bright cold? Shall I spangle jewels like stars above; give Him laughter, bring peace filled laughter, offer him warm laughter and love. Simplest of gifts, gentlest of hearts, kindness. Hell use as He leads; So give him these gifts, hand Him your heart, honor His birth and you'll need no emeralds nor rubies, silver nor gold, neither bright diamonds white hard, bright cold, spangle not rich jewels like stars above; Youll have laughter, sweet peace filled laughter, simple warm laughter and love.

Welcome and Announcements
As we light our candles in the sanctuary, I invite you to join us in lighting your own candle at home. As we place the cross in the holder, we invite you to place something that reminds you of Trinity or your connection with God in front of you.
Call to Worship: (based on Jeremiah 31:31-34)

On this first Sunday of this new year,
we remember the covenant that you make with us.
You are our God and we are your people.
You put this law within us, you write it on our hearts.
You are our God and we are your people.
In this covenant, you forgive our iniquity, and remember our sins no more.
You are our God and we are your people.
We will know you, for You are our God, and we are your people.
You are our God and we are your people.
Hymn: We Three Kings - Hymnal no. 254
The United Methodist Hymnal ©1989 The United Methodist Publishing House. All rights reserved.
Prayer of Confession and Pardon

Merciful God,
     we confess that we have not loved you with our whole heart.
We have failed to be an obedient church.
We have not done your will,
     we have broken your law,
     we have rebelled against your love,
     we have not loved our neighbors,
and we have not heard the cry of the needy.
Forgive us, we pray.
Free us for joyful obedience,
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
(All pray in silence.)
Here the good news: 
Christ died for us while we were yet sinners;
     that proves Gods love toward us.
In the name of Jesus Christ, you are forgiven!
Glory be to God. Amen.
Passing of the Peace:
Wed love to know you worshiped with us! Please register your attendance here. We also encourage you to comment during the service so we can be in community with you! Click here to sign up for all our eCommunications.

Children’s Time: Jill Robinson
We invite the children who are worshiping at home to pay extra special attention. Each week Hannah Day Donoghue will send out the Children’s Worship Bulletin for the children to do at home during this time.
Solo: I Wonder As I Wander - J.J. Niles/arr. L.H. Horton
I wonder as I wander out under the sky, How Jesus the Savior did come for to die. For poor onry people like you and like I…I wonder as I wander out under the sky.  When Mary birthed Jesus ’twas in a cow’s stall, With wise men and farmers and shepherds and all. But high from God’s heaven a star’s light did fall, And the promise of ages it then did recall. If Jesus had wanted for any wee thing, A star in the sky, or a bird on the wing, Or all of God’s angels in heavn for to sing, He surely could have it, ’cause he was the King.
Scripture Lesson: Joshua 4:1-9
4 When the entire nation had finished crossing over the Jordan, the Lord said to Joshua: 2 “Select twelve men from the people, one from each tribe, 3 and command them, ‘Take twelve stones from here out of the middle of the Jordan, from the place where the priests’ feet stood, carry them over with you, and lay them down in the place where you camp tonight.’” 4 Then Joshua summoned the twelve men from the Israelites, whom he had appointed, one from each tribe. 5 Joshua said to them, “Pass on before the ark of the Lord your God into the middle of the Jordan, and each of you take up a stone on his shoulder, one for each of the tribes of the Israelites, 6 so that this may be a sign among you. When your children ask in time to come, ‘What do those stones mean to you?’ 7 then you shall tell them that the waters of the Jordan were cut off in front of the ark of the covenant of the Lord. When it crossed over the Jordan, the waters of the Jordan were cut off. So these stones shall be to the Israelites a memorial forever.” 8 The Israelites did as Joshua commanded. They took up twelve stones out of the middle of the Jordan, according to the number of the tribes of the Israelites, as the Lord told Joshua, carried them over with them to the place where they camped, and laid them down there. 9 (Joshua set up twelve stones in the middle of the Jordan, in the place where the feet of the priests bearing the ark of the covenant had stood; and they are there to this day.)
The Word of God for the People of God. Thanks be to God.
*Gospel Lesson: Luke 3:15-17, 21-22
15 As the people were filled with expectation, and all were questioning in their hearts concerning John, whether he might be the Messiah, 16 John answered all of them by saying,I baptize you with water; but one who is more powerful than I is coming; I am not worthy to untie the thong of his sandals. He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire. 17 His winnowing fork is in his hand, to clear his threshing floor and to gather the wheat into his granary; but the chaff he will burn with unquenchable fire.
21 Now when all the people were baptized, and when Jesus also had been baptized and was praying, the heaven was opened, 22 and the Holy Spirit descended upon him in bodily form like a dove. And a voice came from heaven,You are my Son, the Beloved; with you I am well pleased.
The Gospel of the Lord. Praise to you, O Christ.
Sermon: Looking Back, Looking Forward
Invitation to the Offering:

We invite you to consider giving on-line or giving by text! To give on-line, click here and click on the Giving tab. To give by text, text GIVE to 703-783-3034. Further instructions will follow. For further information about online giving, please see the Tithes & Offering announcement below.
Offertory Prayer

All good gifts come from you, dear Lord,
     and from these riches we bring this offering.
Help us to use it for the furtherance of your purpose in this place,
     and for the benefit of those in need. Amen.
Recommitment of Baptismal Vows
Siblings in Christ:
     through the sacrament of baptism
Gods Spirit has been poured out upon water,
water poured over and immersing us,
water that flows freely for all who will receive it,
water from the streams of God's saving power and justice,
water that brings hope to all who thirst for righteousness,
water that refreshes life, nurtures growth, and offers new birth.

Today, we come to the waters,
     to renew our commitments in each others presence to Christ who has raised us,
     the Spirit who has birthed us,
and the Creator who is making all things new.

And so I ask you, will you turn away from the powers of sin and death?
We renounce the spiritual forces of wickedness,
Reject the evil powers of this world,
And repent of our sin!

Will you let the Spirit use you as prophets to the powers that be?
We accept the freedom and power God gives us
To resist evil, injustice, and oppression
In whatever forms they present themselves!

Will you proclaim the good news and live as disciples of Jesus Christ,
     being Christ’s body on earth?
We confess Jesus Christ as our Savior,
     put our whole trust in God’s grace,
and promise to serve him as our Lord,
     in union with the church which Christ has opened
to people of all cultures, ages, races, sexual orientations, gender identities, abilities, and ethnicities.

Will you be living witnesses to the gospel, individually and together,
wherever you are, and in all that you do?
We will remain faithful members of Christs holy church
And serve as Christs representatives in the world.

Will you receive and profess the Christian faith as contained in the Scriptures
     and the life and ministry of Jesus Christ?
We affirm and teach the faith of the whole church
     as we put our trust in God, the Father Almighty,
     in Jesus Christ, God’s only Son,
and in the Holy Spirit, one God now and forever.
A Covenant Prayer

Beloved Family of Christ,
the Christian life is redeemed from sin and consecrated to God.
Through baptism, we have entered this life
and have been admitted into the new covenant
of which Jesus Christ is the Mediator.
He sealed it with his own blood, that it might last forever.

Today we meet, as the generations before us have met,
to renew the covenant that binds us to God.
Let us make this covenant of God our own.
Let us, therefore, go to Christ, and pray:

I am no longer my own, but yours.
Put me to what you will,
place me with whom you will.
Put me to doing, put me to suffering.
Let me be put to work for you or set aside for you,
Praised for you or criticized for you.
Let me be full, let me be empty.
Let me have all things, let me have nothing.
I freely and fully surrender all things to your glory and service.
And now, O wonderful and holy God,
Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer, 
you are mine, and I am yours.
So be it.
And the covenant which I have made on earth,
Let it also be made in heaven. Amen.

At this time, you are invited to touch the waters and to make the sign of the cross on your forehead. As you touch the waters of your baptism, we invite you to renew the covenant that God makes with us in this new year.
The Great Thanksgiving 
Holy Communion is a sacrament in the United Methodist Church. We believe Christ is present in the sacrament and that through one Spirit, we, though many, are made into one Body. Holy Communion is an embodied experience meant to be shared in Christian community. During this season, we practice online communion as an extraordinary means for observing the sacrament that is permitted in Extremis for the present crisis of the Covid-19 pandemic. For additional information about online communion, we encourage you to read this letter from Bishop Sharma Lewis.

We will consecrate the elements on the church’s altar table and on your tables at home. If you are able, we encourage you to come and pick up consecrated elements at the church following worship today, from 12-1:30 PM. If you are not able to come to pick up elements, you can consume the elements you have in your home.  

The Prayer of Great Thanksgiving

The Lord be with you.
And also with you.
Lift up your hearts. 
We lift them up to the Lord.
Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.
It is right to give our thanks and praise.

…And so, with your people on earth and all the company of heaven
we praise your name and join their unending hymn:
Holy, holy, holy Lord, God of power and might,
heaven and earth are full of your glory. Hosanna in the highest.
Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest.

...And so, in remembrance of these your mighty acts in Jesus Christ,
we offer ourselves in praise and thanksgiving
as a holy and living sacrifice, in union with Christ's offering for us,
as we proclaim the mystery of faith...
Christ has died; Christ is risen; Christ will come again.

...Through your Son Jesus Christ,
with the Holy Spirit in your holy Church,
all honor and glory is yours, almighty Father,
now and forever...
The Lord’s Prayer

Our Father,
     who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name.
Thy kingdom come,
     thy will be done on earth as it is n heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our trespasses
     as we forgive those who trespass against us.
And lead us not into temptation
but deliver us from evil.
For thine is the kingdom,
and the power, and the glory forever. Amen.
Breaking the Bread
Consecration of the Table
We will consecrate the elements on the church’s altar table and on your tables at home. If you are able, we encourage you to come and pick up consecrated elements at the church following worship today, from 12-1:30 PM. If you are not able to come to pick up elements, you can consume the elements you have in your home.  
Prayer After Communion

May our God, who establishes covenant relationship
with those who seek to enter the Kingdom, be with you always.
May Jesus Christ, who seals the new covenant with his blood on the cross,
bring you peace.
May the Holy Spirit guide your life both now and for ever.
Go in peace to serve the Lord! 
Thanks be to God, Amen.
Hymn: This is a Day of New Beginnings - Hymnal no. 383
The United Methodist Hymnal ©1989 The United Methodist Publishing House. All rights reserved.
Dismissal with Blessing:
During this time, children are invited to take one of the stickers and place it on your clothing to remember that you are sent into the world remembering the love of God and Jesus Christ.

Please note we will not have a time of fellowship this Sunday. Instead, if you are able, we encourage you to come by the sanctuary doors to pick up consecrated elements today from 12-1:30 PM.
Postlude: All Hail This Brightest Day Of Days - J.S. Bach
Sunday Morning at Trinity Church

The flowers on the altar are given to the glory of God,.

Worship Online this Sunday: While we aren’t meeting in person, we will be worshiping online via livestream on Trinity’s Facebook page and through our website. Each Saturday evening, we will send out an email with links to the worship sites and the bulletin for worship that Sunday. This Sunday, we will invite you to be intentional about finding a space in your home to worship and to be truly present in a time of worship. For additional questions about how to worship online, please contact the Church Office

No Fellowship Time via ZOOM today, Sunday, January 3rd. Please join us next week for Fellowship Time!
Music Notes

Todays Prelude: Gilbert M. Martin b. 1941  has composed more than 300 published pieces of sacred and secular choral, piano, organ, instrumental and ballet music. He has been a designer/arranger/conductor and is the musical editor of both the Exaltation Series of sacred choral music and the choral division of the Sacred Music Press. 
A graduate of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, N.J., he now lives and works in Dayton, Ohio. The Jesus Gift, from the collection Welcome in the Stranger,  reminds us of gifts more precious than jewels: gifts of love, laughter, kindness and a gentle heart. Tune: Words and Music by Gilbert M. Martin © Copyright 1977 by Hinshaw Music (administered worldwide by the Fred Bock Publishing Group) All rights reserved. Used by Permission. Text: Words and Music by Gilbert M. Martin © Copyright 1977 by Hinshaw Music (administered worldwide by the Fred Bock Publishing Group) All rights reserved. Used by Permission. Reprinted with permission under ONE LICENSE #A-713613. All rights reserved.  

Todays Solo: This Appalachian Christmas carol has its origins in a song fragment collected by John Jacob Niles in 1933. While in the town of Murphy in Appalachian North Carolina, Niles attended a fundraising meeting held by evangelicals who had been ordered out of town by the police. In his unpublished autobiography, he wrote of hearing the song. “A girl had stepped out to the edge of the little platform attached to the automobile. She began to sing. Her clothes were unbelievably dirty and ragged, and she, too, was unwashed. Her ash-blond hair hung down in long skeins ... But, best of all, she was beautiful, and in her untutored way, she could sing. She smiled sadly as she sang, and sang only a single line of a song. The girl, Annie Morgan, repeated the fragment seven times in exchange for a quarter per performance, and Niles left with three lines of verse, a garbled fragment of melodic material — and a magnificent idea (In various accounts of this story, Niles hears between one and three lines of the song). Based on this fragment, Niles composed the version of I Wonder as I Wander that is known today, extending the melody to four lines and the lyrics to three stanzas. Niles first performed the song on December 19, 1933 It was first published in his collection Songs of the Hill Folk in 1934 and soon became widely known in North America, both from his own solo performances and in choral arrangements. More recently it has gained a place in the English carol repertory.   Copyright, 1934, by G. Schirmer, Inc. Copyright, 1944, by G. Schirmer, Inc.    Reprinted with permission under ONE LICENSE #A-713613. All rights reserved.

Notes on Todays Carol: We Three Kings - The author and composer, John Henry Hopkins, Jr. (1820-1891), a rector and leading Episcopal church musician, wrote the carol around 1857, based on the narrative of the journey of the magi in Matthew 2:1-12. It was first published in the author’s Carols, Hymns, and Songs (1863). United Methodist Hymnal editor Carlton R. Young makes an interesting observation: “Because the wealth of USA Appalachian and other folk carols was yet to be discovered, this carol for almost a century was regarded by hymnal editors as the sole USA contribution to the repertory of English language carols.” Indeed, “We three kings” has many features associated with Christmas carols including a refrain, a narrative-ballad style, and a lilting tune in triple meter. While the traditional number of magi is usually set at three, probably because of the three gifts that the biblical narrative discusses, it is unusual for Epiphany hymns to actually identify the number of magi as three. Stanzas two, three, and four describe in detail the symbolic nature of each of the three gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. From its inception, the composer encouraged the song’s dramatic possibilities. The imagery of the star is central to the Epiphany season and the narrative. The refrain focuses on the star and invites us to join the magi in following its light—“guide us to thy perfect light.” Notes from Dr. Michael Hawn.
Trinity Community News & Prayers

It is with sadness we share the news of the death of Steve Steigleder, who has been faithfully worshiping with us over the last few months. Steve died after a long journey with cancer. We express our prayers and sympathies to his wife Maria Biernik, as well as Steves family and friends. Expressions of sympathy can be sent to Maria Biernik at 627 South Barton Street, Arlington, VA 22204. 

We are so glad to celebrate with Virginia Collins as she celebrated her 101st birthday on Saturday, January 2nd! While we cant gather in person to celebrate, we encourage you to send her birthday cards to Virginia Collins at The Retreat at Berryville,
450 Mosby Blvd., Room 43, Berryville, VA 22611

Trinity Church’s Weekly News

A Note about Holy Communion: Holy Communion is a sacrament in the United Methodist Church. We believe Christ is present in the sacrament and that through one Spirit, we, though many, are made into one Body. Holy Communion is an embodied experience meant to be shared in Christian community. During this season, we practice online communion as an extraordinary means for observing the sacrament that is permitted “in Extremis” for the present crisis of the Covid-19 pandemic. For full guidance, please read this letter from Pastor Grace.

This morning, we will consecrate the elements on the church’s altar table and on your tables at home. If you are able, we encourage you to come and pick up consecrated elements at the church following worship today, from 12-1:30 PM. If you are not able to come to pick up elements, you can consume the elements you have in your home.  

Youth Group: No Youth Group this week. See you all next week, January 10th for our murder mystery pizza party via Zoom! If you have any questions contact, our Program Director, Hannah Day Donoghue.

Special Called Charge Conference, January 10, 2021 at 1 PM: For all Church Council members: on Sunday, January 10,2021 at 1 PM, we will hold a special called Charge Conference to approve our leadership roster for the class of 2021. All Church Council members are voting members of Charge Conference. A zoom link will be sent out closer to the date. For additional questions or concerns, contact the Church Office.

Three Simple Rules: January Sermon Series: What rules do you live by? These days there are many rules about how we are and arent supposed to act and behave. While rules are so important for keeping us safe, they can be, at times, overwhelming. Through this series, we are going to talk about three simple rules for how Christians are supposed to live. This is based off of John WesleyThree General Rules that he gave to early Methodists to govern their organization and life together. If we can make this simple commitment, it can serve as a guide for our daily lives, and help direct our actions in a way that glorifies God and enable us to serve others.  

2020 Trinity Missions Recap: At the start of 2020, no one would have been able to predict where we’d end up at the close of this turbulent year. One thing that quickly became apparent was the incredible toll the pandemic would take on our most vulnerable communities. In an effort to get critically needed funds to our partners, Trinity Missions disbursed a special COVID-19 response donation to ALIVE!, Casa Chirilagua, Community Lodgings, and Rising Hope. In early April, we initiated a weekly Rising Hope Food collection drive that started with our church and expanded to include our entire neighborhood! To date, we’ve provided 12,036 pounds of food and personal items and $2,085.00 through this terrific mission. In addition, a few weeks ago, we were a part of a 20 ton food drive that supported 5 local food banks! While our regular missional efforts looked different this year, we were blessed to be able to continue our partnerships through hosting our INOVA Blood Drive, support Alexandria's Domestic Violence Christmas Children's Program, and support the Rising Hope Angel gift program by providing personalized Christmas gifts to 75 children. None of these missions would be successful without the consistent and dedicated generosity of our Trinity family. We, together, are the hands and feet of Jesus Christ. Visit here for a full recap of our ministries in 2020.

Join the Trinity Prayer Chain: During times of trial and uncertainty, we pray to grow in our faith and encourage one another. To respond to our growing prayer needs, we will be starting an email prayer chain to share our prayer concerns with one another. We will share joys as well as concerns and needs. If you are interested in being part of this prayer chain or have a prayer request, please email us here.

Centering Prayer meets weekly on Wednesdays from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, via Zoom. Centering Prayer is a 20 minute practice to sit in quiet prayer to make ourselves open to God. A reading is shared by the leader with a short discussion prior to the prayer time. Click here to connect. For more information contact, Alva Smircina.

2021 Stewardship Update: Many thanks to all of you who have made your 2021 Financial Commitment to Trinity! We have received 61 pledges so far, including 5 new commitments. Unfortunately, we are quite a bit behind where we were last year. Last year we received 75 pledges. This means we are about $60,000 behind what we received last year. As you know, these commitments help us to set our 2021 budget as well as is an important part of our discipleship path. If you haven't already made your 2021 commitment, please fill out here! For additional questions or concerns, please contact the Church Office.
Online Donations to Trinity

Trinity is in the processing of switching our financial management system. If you still give through VANCO, you can access your Legacy VANCO account here. We encourage you to consider switching to Breeze, our new online management system. If you do switch, please cancel your VANCO account first and then set up your new giving through Breeze. 
Thank you for however you give, it is all very much appreciated! For additional questions or concerns, contact the Church Office.

Tithes and offerings may be sent to Trinity via normal mail (checks only) or via the online donation portal here. You may make online donations directly from your checking account with no check required to be mailed. This will help us immensely as our office will have limited hours to receive and process the checks. However, you may still give by mailing a check - whatever donation you want to provide will be very welcome.

We also have the capability to give by text. Just send a text that says “Give”  to:  703-783-3034.
If you want more information on giving by texting works read on:
Step 1. Text the word “Give” - to 703-783-3034. Don’t worry - nothing will be charged to you until you enter your credit card or bank information.
Step 2. You will receive a text back to you saying, “It looks like you are a new giver ; to begin (a link to the text giving site will appear), click on it.
Step 3: A form will appear that will clearly say “Trinity United Methodist Church” at the top left. It will ask you to fill in the following information:
  1. Amount you want to give and the fund you want to give to. If you want to give a general offering, you don’t need to write anything! If you want to give to a specific fund, you can use one of the following funds: Lent; Flowers; Music; Pastor (For Pastor’s Helping Fund)
  2. How you want to give - credit card or direct deposit from your bank (called ACH bank transfer)
  3. If you select credit card, it will ask for your name, address, email address and credit card information.  
  4. If you select ACH - it will ask for you name, address, email address and bank routing and bank account information
  5. At the bottom you can select one time gift or a recurring period. Suggest you select one time gift for the first time. 
  6. That is it. Then click on Donate Now!
If you made a mistake or change your mind - no worries just send the word “refund” to the same number the last amount you sent them will be refunded to you!  Also you can send the word “commands” that will give you a list of options on how to change your account or update your giving amounts. 
Have you wanted to set up electronic giving for Trinity? Great! Here are the simple steps for you to follow:
Step 1. Click here.
That’s it! But here are a few more things to watch for and questions you’ll be asked:  
  1. Enter the amount you would like to give.
  2. Select what fund to give to; to give your normal donation use “Pledge Giving”
  3. Then select one time gift or recurring gift. It helps our church greatly if you can select a recurring giving – either weekly, every 2 weeks, monthly or yearly.
  4. Select if you want to give by credit card or a direct deposit from your bank (called ACH).
  5. Next enter your credit card or bank information, address and email address
  6. And that is it. 
Did you know you can support Trinity UMC with a tax-free transfer from your IRA?  If you are age 72 (or 70½ before Jan 1, 2020) and have a Traditional, Rollover, SEP, or SIMPLE IRA, you are required by law to take Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) annually.  But did you know that you can use the RMD as a way to make a tax-free transfer to a charity, including Trinity UMC?  The transfer must be directly from your IRA to Trinity, and your broker can help you with this process so that you get the full tax benefit. Please notify Trinity when you authorize a transfer so that we may confirm receipt.  

Another way to provide financial support to Trinity is with a gift of stock.  Please consult with your broker and a tax adviser (prior to selling stocks intended to benefit Trinity) on how to handle to maximize the tax benefits.  But if you do decide to give stock – please contact the church help. We can provide a form for your broker or tax adviser to facilitate the transfer.  

As always, Trinity is very grateful for any gifts. It makes everything we do at Trinity possible.  If all else fails - please contact Rich McKinney. Thank you again for your giving - no matter how you give!

Sunday, January 3rd ~ Looking Back, Looking Forward
      11:00 AM            Worship at via Facebook Live and Trinity Website

Wednesday, January 6th
        6:00 PM             Centering Prayer via Zoom

Thursday, January 7th
        8:00 PM             Chancel Choir via Zoom
Sunday, December 10th ~ Do No Harm
      11:00 AM            Worship at via Facebook Live and Trinity Website
      12:00 PM             Fellowship Time via Zoom
        5:30 PM             Youth Group via Zoom