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Our Building is Closed...But Our Ministry Continues

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The Twenty-Fifth Sunday After Pentecost

Join the Trinity family at our livestream worship service this Sunday morning. Enjoy music by soprano Katie Sucha and Trinity’s own Nicole Keller on organ and harpsichord. The sermon will be delivered by the Very Rev. Bernard J. Owens with the Rev. Adrienne Koch celebrating.

The service will be livestreamed, available here and on Trinity’s Facebook page beginning at 10:00 a.m. on November 25.

Permission to podcast/stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE with license #719993-A. All rights reserved.

BrownBag Concert: Dueling Divas

Wednesday, November 18 at 12 noon

Join us on Wednesday, November 18 at 12 noon for the next livestream BrownBag concert! We welcome violinists Andrew Sords and Mari Sato along with pianist Elizabeth DeMio for a program called Dueling Divas – a rousing program of the music of Moszkowski, Beethoven, and Sarasate.

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Our livestreamed BrownBag concerts are free with an opportunity for audience members to make a freewill donation. 




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The Trinity Forum

The Very Rev. Bernard J. Owens interviews Dr. Jeff Spiess

Sunday, November 15 at 11:30 a.m.

Be with us as Dean Owens interviews Trinity member, retired hospice physician and author Dr. Jeff Spiess on his recent book, Dying with Ease. Through this book, Jeff conveys that if we honestly face our mortality, we will make wiser decisions, die with less distress, and live the remainder of our lives, whether days or decades, more fully and with less anxiety. Jeff has found his profession to be rewarding, fulfilling, frustrating, humbling, and challenging, and knows its greatest rewards lie in the conversations with and the lessons learned from people facing the end of their lives, who are figuring out what is essential and real, and who have nothing to lose by being honest.

Available here or on Trinity’s Facebook page.

The Rev. Dr. Lauren Winner

Advent Retreat: Keeping Company with the Saints

With the Rev. Dr. Lauren Winner
Saturday, December 5 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

What do you think of when you hear the word “saint”? Perfection? Sanctimonious? Martyr?  What if we were to think of a saint as best understood not as someone who is perfect, but as someone who specializes in a particular, peculiar intimacy with God?  During Advent, the church calendar is full of intriguing people we call saints. During our morning retreat, we’ll keep company with some of them, exploring not only the stories of their lives, but also the spiritual postures they might invite us into this Advent.

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Featured Choral Evensong from Wednesday, November 20, 2019

St. Cecilia

This week’s featured Choral Evensong was sung by the Trinity Chamber Singers exactly one year ago, on Nov. 20, 2019, when we commemorated Saint Cecilia, the patron saint of music (her official day is Nov. 22). The Very Rev’d John Downey was homilist (retired Dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral in Erie, PA).  The Responses were sung to the setting by Gerre Hancock, great American organist, teacher and church musician (1934-2012).

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The Dean’s Corner

The Sacrament of the Ordinary

We seldom notice how each day is a holy place

Where the eucharist of the ordinary happens,

Transforming our broken fragments

Into an eternal continuity that keeps us.

From The Inner History of Day by John O’Donahue

 

When Jesus was born, something extraordinary happened in place that was very, well ordinary.

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