Message from Lisa

The way you look at things is the most powerful force in shaping your life. -John O’Donohue
Stand still, Pay attention

Stand still, Pay attention

Beloved Friends, This Sunday we will gather once again to share a meal at 9:00am opening our doors wide to our extended community and then continue with our worship service at 10:00. This year we are trying something new- we got such positive feedback when we set up...

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Remembering Immeasurable Gifts

Remembering Immeasurable Gifts

Beloved Friends- This coming Monday we will be observing “Martin Luther King Jr. Day.” Since 1986 our country has used this third Monday in January to celebrate and remember the immeasurable gifts of Martin Luther King Jr. and his tireless work as a nonviolent...

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Loving Our Neighbors as Ourselves

Loving Our Neighbors as Ourselves

Beloved Friends- Happy New Year! I pray as we say goodbye to 2019 and welcome 2020, we do so able to let go of all that was with gentleness and look forward to all that is yet to be with hope-filled expectation. This year, rather than focus on New Year’s resolutions,...

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Keeping Christmas

Keeping Christmas

Merry Christmas dear ones. I hope you have had a wonderful few days since we came together to celebrate the Feast of the Nativity at Trinity and around the world. I shared a portion of this wonderful piece below in one of my sermons and thought it might be nice to...

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Memorizing Your Hands

Memorizing Your Hands

Beloved Friends- This Sunday will mark the fourth and final Sunday of Advent, moving us ever so much closer to the Feast of the Nativity in a few short days. We will even hear these words from the gospel according to Matthew: Now the birth of Jesus the Messiah took...

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Meeting the Divine Halfway

Meeting the Divine Halfway

Beloved friends - Advent Greetings! We are now turning the corner on our journey through this short and holy season of waiting and watching and wondering. I have heard many share their love for these few sacred weeks leading us towards the Feast of the Nativity...

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Coming Home

Coming Home

I think Advent is indeed a kind of homecoming.
As we continue this journey together at Trinity, I find myself welcoming a new way of walking in the world, a new way of coming home. It is a way that feels a bit more spiritually authentic and vulnerable and real…

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Bottom Line Change

Bottom Line Change

Beloved Friends,As many of you know, since April we have been engaged in a process to craft and implement a 10 year vision for Trinity. A compelling, inspiring, strategically sound and documented narrative of who and how we believe God is calling us to be and become...

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Share in Shining Your Light, pt. 3

Share in Shining Your Light, pt. 3

Beloved Friends, From November 3-17 Trinity will be engaged in our Annual Giving Campaign. It is an important time in our common life calling us to intentionally reflect and respond to what it means to be a community of faith supporting the ministry we share. Each...

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Share in Shining Your Light, pt. 2

Share in Shining Your Light, pt. 2

Beloved Friends, From November 3-17 Trinity will be engaged in our Annual Giving Campaign. It is an important time in our common life calling us to intentionally reflect and respond to what it means to be a community of faith supporting the ministry we share. Each...

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Share in Shining Your Light, pt 1

Share in Shining Your Light, pt 1

Beloved Friends, From November 3-17 Trinity will be engaged in our Annual Giving Campaign. It is an important time in our common life calling us to intentionally reflect and respond to what it means to be a community of faith supporting the ministry we share. Each...

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For All the Saints

For All the Saints

Beloved Friends- Question: What do a memorial service, a conversation with a struggling mom who’s grown daughter just came out to her, a mid-week Eucharist, follow up from a vestry meeting, a staff huddle, some liturgy preparations, a conversation with new friends who...

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