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EASTER PROJECT

Trinity Families: Remember last year when Miss Hannah challenged families to create a stained glass window in your home for Easter? Well she’s at it again! Only this time she has purchased the finger paint for you! All you need is tape. If interested, please let Hannah know by March 17 and she will deliver…

AN INTRO TO HYMNS: ADULT EDUCATION MARCH 14, 2021

Hymns are the bread and butter of our church music experience, and Trinity has a strong tradition of congregational involvement in worship through music. Now’s your chance to get a crash course on their whys and wherefores. Christian Hendricks, our Director of Music, will lead an adult education online Zoom gathering on this genre, including…

“HOLY VESSELS: A LENTEN SEASON OF RECOVERY” WORSHIP SERIES

The Worship Committee has chosen as our Lenten series theme beginning on Ash Wednesday and continuing through Good Friday:  “Holy Vessels:  A Lenten Season of Recovery.” According to the worship series resources: Each of us is created a precious and holy vessel of embodied love.  We have been through a challenging year since last Lent…

COVID VACCINATIONS IN ST. LOUIS – HOW IS IT GOING? FEBRUARY ADULT EDUCATION

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 now we have the opportunity to hear directly from her during our February Adult Education, Sunday, February 14 beginning at…

A conversation with Dr. Rachel Presti on the Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout

February Adult Education Sunday, February 14, 2021, 4:00 PM A conversation with Dr. Rachel Presti on the Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout Trinity member Dr. Rachel M. Presti, MD, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Medicine at Washington University will discuss and answer questions about the Covid-19 vaccine and its rollout. Please note the date and time: February 14,…

Welcome to Advent!

Several Trinity members gathered on Wednesday morning for the Hanging of the Greens.  We might not be able to gather in-person, but we can continue one of our cherished Trinity traditions in preparation for Advent.  You can watch us as we put up the paraments, assemble the trees, set up the manger and candles.  Welcome to…

ODE TO…: EXAMINING BEETHOVEN’S GREAT TESTAMENT OF STRUGGLE

An advent discussion lead by Christian Hendricks Sunday December 13, 2020 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm    One of the most popular works of Western concert music, Beethoven’s ninth and last completed symphony has meant many things to different people. This work is fitting to examine, as we hear and explore music’s impact during difficult…

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