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AN OPEN & AFFIRMING EPISCOPAL CONGREGATION IN DOWNTOWN SEATTLE
TRINITY WORSHIP ONLINE
Come celebrate with us online every Sunday at 9:15am, on our YouTube channel!
Or call toll-free to listen to the service on your phone!
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Trinity’s building is closed and all of our services are online until further notice.
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT
Submit your prayer request to add someone to Trinity's parish prayer list. You'll have options for including the person in our weekly PRAYERS OF THE PEOPLE, and/or on our Trinity Parish PRAYER CHAIN.
Your offering by credit card, bank withdrawal, or check is essential as we continue serving people in body, mind, and spirit during these challenging times.
Want to contribute via text? Simply text MYTPC $25 (or any chosen amount) to the phone number 73256. You’ll receive a text message in response with your next steps.
CLICK HERE TO JOIN THE ZOOM COFFEE HOUR, SUNDAYS AT 10:15AM
January 10: Financial Picture of Trinity for 2021
Our Treasurer, Chris Gruenfeld, will share our financial picture - anticipated income and expenses - for 2021.
2021 Pledge Campaign (Pledges due Nov 1st)
Celebrating our Gifts
I remind you to rekindle the gift of God that is within you... for God did not give us a spirit of fear, but rather a spirit of power and of love and of self-discipline. ~ 2 Timothy 1:6b-7
In the midst of pandemics that have rocked our society and changed how we meet for worship, Trinity remains steadfast. We continue to come together on Sundays to find sustenance for our souls as we praise God, share beautiful music, and pray for one another and our world. Our staff are learning new ways of connecting with our community, supporting people in body, mind, and spirit.
Our ministries of caring for our unhoused and hungry neighbors continue as we share our buildings with the WHEEL shelter, provide food to the shelter residents and to Northwest Harvest, and knit hats for Mission to Seafarers. And our historic buildings remain a beautiful and enduring symbol for the city of our history and commitment to inviting all people to know God’s welcoming love.
Your pledge for 2021 helps us plan to support our staff and programs so that we can continue, and even grow in, our ministries that welcome and nurture people in body, mind, and spirit.
Links for making a pledge for 2021 are above in the Ways to Give section. When making a pledge you will also have the option to set up recurring gifts through your credit card or bank withdrawal. Thank you for your generous support!
Click here for the full calendar of events.
Annual Meeting of the Parish
Sunday, January 31, 2021 following the 9:15am service
Trinity's Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday, January 31, 2021. The State of the Parish address will be part of worship at 9:15am, and the Annual Meeting will follow at 10:30am. This Annual Meeting will be held virtually, via Zoom. The Annual Meeting is the annual business meeting of the parish; we hear reports from the wardens, review the budget for the coming year, elect new vestry members and diocesan convention delegates, and hear about other important mission and ministry projects. We hope everyone will be there!
We will be mailing out instructions in the week ahead on how to use Zoom for those who may be unfamiliar. Please also let us know if you request a printed copy of the Annual Report. We will be sending out an electronic version ahead of the meeting, once it has been compiled.
GARY STROUTSOS: Native American Solo Flute
Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 7:00pm
LIVESTREAMED ON THE TRINITY YOUTUBE CHANNEL
Gary Stroutsos’s live performances have captivated audiences around the world. His meditative flute music evokes the lands and cultures he has studied over the course of his 36-year career. Gary’s mission is to carry the music forward to future generations
and to promote stewardship of diverse ultures and the natural environment.
A message from Gary:
I am excited to share some of my life’s work tonight which has been graciously shared with me through the ongoing support from various Native American collaborators. The music tonight will be selections from my catalog of recordings.
Want to hear just the sermon? Click here for our sermon playlist.