COVID-19 Updates and Resources
Trinity is blessed to have several physicians among our congregation, including Dr. Rachel Presti, who has been leading COVID vaccine research for many months. Rachel is frequently interviewed by local media seeking informed insights, and we recently had the opportunity to hear directly from her during our February Adult Education.
Dr. Presti is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Medical Director of the Infectious Diseases Clinical Research Unit (ID CRU) at Washington University. She discussed the vaccine rollout and answered our questions.
In case you missed this Adult Education and would like to view the recording, click here.
Dear Siblings in Christ,
During this COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic the staff and the Session continues to monitor the health and safety guidance provided by various medical and civil authorities. Currently the Session’s “indefinite” closure of the Trinity Presbyterian Church building adopted on March 13, 2020 remains in force.
Above all we are guided by this question – “What do we have to do to provide a safe place to worship when the time does come to gather together again?” We are striving to glorify God’s creation by focusing on safety and the health of our community. Because there is still so much uncertainty with this virus and how to safely gather, we are not ready to re-open the building or worship in person. We will communicate clearly and often as plans develop, and plan for frequent re-evaluation and improvement.
We remain committed to ministering to each other and worshiping together as best we can in these new formats. We are constantly evaluating our live-streamed worship service and church programming to determine if we can better meet the needs of our members.
May the Peace of Christ be with you.
Pastor Marilyn and the Session