- Sundays -10am
- Wednesday Eucharist – 6pm
- Mon & Wed – Morning Prayer @ 9am
Our Vision is to be relevant to the Lake Region Community; serving and drawing others to the Gospel of Jesus Christ as a growing Episcopal Church. Please join us!
What’s happening at Trinity:
June 27 – 4th Wednesday Dinner and Program
Our speaker will be Dr. Alex Muniz from Keystone Animal Clinic. As always, dinner will start at 6:30pm and the speaker at 7:00pm. There is no charge for dinner but love offerings are always appreciated.
June 14 – Movie Night!
Doors open @ 6pm, movie begins @ 6:30pm
A true story around the circumstances in which the song “I Can Only Imagine” was created, stars Dennis Quaid. The movie, popcorn, drinks and candy are all free!
May 23 – 4th Wednesday Dinner
Food and Feasts of the Bible: John Katterhenry is offering a special menu featuring some of the foods that are found throughout the Bible. The entree will be Chicken Marbella served with some wonderful breads and side dishes.
John will speak afterwards about the research he has done on ancient cuisine. Please RSVP to the church office so we’ll have plenty of food for you. The dinner is at 6:30pm. Love offerings are appreciated.
May 20 – THE DAY OF PENTECOST
Gloriosa Lilies, like little bursts of flame, are at the altar.
APRIL 25 – 4th Wednesday Spaghetti Dinner
John Katterhenry has lined up another engaging presentation for us! Our speakers will be Teri Sapp and Carey Morford, who represent the non-profit, “Seeds of Grace.” Prior to the program, John & Co. will dish up a delicious spaghetti dinner.
April 1 – Easter Sunday!
HOLY WEEK SERVICES AT TRINITY
March 25 – Palm Sunday – one Sunday service @ 10am
March 26 – Evensong – 6pm
March 27 – Taize – 6pm
March 28 – Soup Supper and Tennebrae @ 6pm
March 29 – Seder @ 6pm (Actual Dinner begins at 5:30pm)
March 30 – Good Friday – noon and 6pm
WEDNESDAYS IN LENT
Soup Supper, on March 21, was hosted by St. Mark’s in Starke this evening. A delicious array of soup was enjoyed by all as well as the lively fellowship during dinner. Our program focused on the Episcopal Church; American roots of the church were explored and discussed. Next Soup Supper/Lenten Program will be hosted by Trinity in Melrose on March 28 @ 6pm, when Part 2 will be presented.
WEDNESDAYS IN LENT – March 14
The hall was full for tonight’s soup supper, program, and Eucharist with folks from Trinity, as well as St. Mark’s of Starke. Our program for the evening was presented by The Reverend Doug Dupree, the Diocesan Canon Theologian and Rector of the Bishop’s Institute for Ministry and Leadership.
Tonight’s supper was provided by our Trinity soup chefs with an assortment of 10 different offerings, from Jambalaya to Alaskan Seafood Chowder!
WEDNESDAYS IN LENT
The fourth Wednesday in our series of Lenten programs on the History of Anglicanism will he held at Trinity on Wednesday, March 14, beginning at 6:00pm. Soup supper and the program with discussion is followed by Holy Eucharist. Members of St. Mark’s of Starke will be joining us for the evening This event is open to the public…all are welcome!
BUSY WEEK AT TRINITY!
3/5 Monday – Home Book Study at the Powell’s
3/6 Tuesday – ECW Meeting at 10am
3/7 Wednesday – Community Lenten Luncheon
3/7 Wednesday – Lenten Soup Supper/Program (at St. Mark’s)
3/8 Thursday – Movie Night at 6pm
SUNDAY, MARCH 4 – 10am Service
Third Sunday in Lent
This Sunday is the first Sunday of the month, so there will be only one service. It is also the Sunday that we collect for LAM; please be generous. A potluck follows the service
Our series of Lenten services will be held on alternating weeks at either Trinity or St. Mark’s in Starke. A program and Eucharist follow the soup supper. This year the theme will be “Our Anglican Roots,” which includes videos, discussion, and special speakers. Please join us!
1 To you, O Lord, I lift up my soul; my God, I put my trust in you; *
let me not be humiliated, nor let my enemies triumph over me.
2 Let none who look to you be put to shame; *
let the treacherous be disappointed in their schemes.
– an excerpt from Psalm 25, which is appointed for the day
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11 – ONE SERVICE @ 10am
Bishop Henderson will be with us for confirmations. There will be only one service at 10:00am with a pot luck dinner following. Fryers chicken will be provided, so please brings side dishes or desserts to share if you are able.
Congratulations to our newest Eagle Scout, Jacob Lowe! For his Eagle project, Jacob was the project manager to lead a crew as they blazed and widened trails in the Welaka State Forest. We are very proud of Jacob and all that he has accomplished in his scouting career!
Sunday February 4 – One service at 10am
Our Annual Meeting was embedded into our Sunday service – brilliant idea!! Trinity’s Delegate, Jean Giesel, reported on the annual Diocesan Convention, several representatives of our wonderful ministries briefly spoke about their work, and the 2018 budget was presented. “Departing” vestry members, Jeanne S Homany and Laurie Alsobrook, were acknowledged for their service. By acclamation, new vestry members, Elaine Ashley and Bob Hood were received. Many thanks to Elaine and Bob for stepping up!
Wednesday, January 24 @ 6:30pm
The 4th Wednesday Spaghetti Dinner included a short talk by Dan Dorosheff, Fish and Wildlife Biologist, on invasive plants of the lake area and their management.
So, get your pointer finger ready and give Trinity a Facebook boost!
The Daughters of the King will host a seven week study of the hymn “O Come, O come, Emmanuel” on Wednesdays at 10:30am. Each week will include a verse of the hymn, music, poetry and a devotional Bible Study. If you have questions or would like additional information, please call LaVonne Mackey.
A study of Comparative Religions is held Tuesdays at 1:30 in the Wicker Room. Everyone is welcome! Most lessons will be independent and not depend on having been here the prior week, so if you need to miss one or two, that won’t mean you have to miss the others.
Morning Prayer Monday and Wednesday @9:00am
Everyone is welcome to the service which brings much
tradition and is part of the history of the Episcopal
Church. Plus, it’s a wonderful way to start the day!