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Special Events


Annual Meeting & Brunch - Jan 29

Dryden Ensemble - Feb 11

3rd Annual Haiti FUNdraiser - Feb 12

Peacemeal - Feb 19

Concordia Chamber Players Concert - Feb 26

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper - Feb 28

Peacemeal - Mar 19

Lenten Day of Reflection: All Shall Be Well - Apr 8

Peacemeal - Apr 16



Jan 2910:30AMAnnual Meeting & Brunch
In keeping with the canons and bylaws of the church, Trinity will convene the annual meeting of the parish. The purpose of which is to report on the state of the church, to elect persons to serve on the vestry, and to give opportunity for those in attendance to raise matters of importance to the parish. We hope you will join us for brunch followed by the business meeting.
Location: McArthur Hall
 
Feb 117:30PMDryden Ensemble
Le Medicin & La Musique Featuring medical and musical curiosities from the French Baroque, including Marais's musical depiction of a bladder stone operation, narrated by actor Paul Hecht. Tickets: $25 (Season tickets also available online), $10 Students. Tickets may be purchased online, by mail, or at the door. For more information, visit drydenensemble.org, 609.466.8541, drydenensemble@gmail.com.
Location: Church
 
Feb 125:00PM-8:00PM3rd Annual Haiti FUNdraiser
Worship, delicious Haitian food, music, handcrafted Haitian art, children's activities and more. Funds raised will support the leadership development young adult camp in North Haiti. In addition to discussion of ministry in Haiti, the challenge of Human Trafficking will also be highlighted.
 
Feb 194:00PMPeacemeal

Peacemeal is a Trinity Church ministry that has been providing meals and hospitality to persons with HIV & AIDS for over twenty years.  All are welcome!



Location: McArthur Hall
 
Feb 263:00PMConcordia Chamber Players Concert
Concordia Chamber Players will present the charming String Quartet No. 2 of Phillip Glass, composed as incidental music for the dramatization of Samuel Beckett's prose poem, "Company". They will also tackle the G minor String Quartet of Claude Debussy, the only quartet he composed and one of the staples of the repertoire. This concert closes with Dvorak's String Quartet in Eb Major composed right after he finished his famous American String Quartet. Tickets: $25 ($20 per concert if Season Subscription is purchased online), $10 Students, Free for children 10 and under with adult. Tickets may be purchased online, by mail, or at the door. For more information, visit concordiaplayers.org.
Location: Church
 
Feb 285:30PM-7:00PMShrove Tuesday Pancake Supper
Come celebrate the end of the season of Epiphany with a traditional pancake supper. $4.00 per person or $10.00 per family. Shrove Tuesday (also known as Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday or pancake day) is the day preceding Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Pancakes are associated with the day preceding Lent because they were a way to use up rich foods, such as eggs, milk and sugar, before the fasting season of the 40 days of Lent.
Location: McArthur Hall
 
Mar 194:00PMPeacemeal

Peacemeal is a Trinity Church ministry that has been providing meals and hospitality to persons with HIV & AIDS for over twenty years.  All are welcome!



Location: McArthur Hall
 
Apr 89:00AM-11:30AMLenten Day of Reflection: All Shall Be Well
We shall study The Showings of Julian of Norwich: A New Translation by Mirabai Starr. While there are other translations of “The Showings”, this is the translation we shall be using. It is available on Amazon and Kindle. Dame Julian was a fourteenth Christian anchoress in England. At age thirty and a half and at the brink of death, the Lord God granted Dame Julian many revelations (showings) of God’s nurturing and sustaining love. She contemplated and prayed upon these showings before writing them twenty years later. In a time marked by war, famine, plague, and unrest, her book was the first book in the English language known to have been written by a woman. It remains one of the greatest theological works in the English language. She writes about what she sees and what is shown to her. Her theology leads us into a contemplative awareness. While she calls herself an unlettered person, she is taken seriously as a mystical systematic theologian in her own right. Professor Frederick C. Bauerschmidt, Loyola College, Maryland, writes: “She teaches that life is painful, but can be borne with grace. She teaches that we will never find rest in the things of this world - whether material goods, goals, friends, or family - but that we can love them and love God through them if we can see them with God’s own eyes. Julian teaches that even if we never achieve ‘wellness’ in this life, still ‘all shall be well.’ We are drawn to her because we are drawn to the truth about ourselves, our world, and God.” The Day of Reflection will be led by Ginny Sheay. Please let Ginny know if you wish her to purchase the book by Mirabai Starr through Amazon. The paperback book costs $19.00 (new).
Location: Chapel
 
Apr 164:00PMPeacemeal

Peacemeal is a Trinity Church ministry that has been providing meals and hospitality to persons with HIV & AIDS for over twenty years.  All are welcome!



Location: McArthur Hall