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Lent 2018 at Holy Trinity: We Are A Covenant People

Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day coincide this year. With two service times—12:15 PM and 6:00 PM—you can still make a Valentine’s dinner reservation.

The ashes for Ash Wednesday are made by burning the palm branches from last Palm Sunday. With the words, “Remember you are dust, and to dust you will return,” we are reminded of our mortality.

On the Sundays in Lent, the appointed Hebrew Scripture readings in Year B focus on covenants: the covenant with Noah on February 18, the covenant with Abram/Abraham and Sarai/Sarah on February 25th, the covenant with Moses (the 10 Commandments) on March 4th, the covenant in the wilderness on March 11th, and the new covenant that Jeremiah foretells on March 18th. Continue reading Lent 2018 at Holy Trinity: We Are A Covenant People

Lent and Holy Week Services at Holy Trinity

 

Weekly services: Sunday, 10:30 am (English) Sunday, 2:00 pm (Espanol), Wednesday, 12:00 pm (English)

ASH WEDNESDAY: February 14, 12:15 pm and  6 pm

HOLY WEEK AND EASTER

PALM SUNDAY: March 25 10:30  a.m.

MAUNDY THURSDAY: March 29 6 pm: Supper, handwashing intertwined into the service. In English/Espanol. 

GOOD FRIDAY: March 30, 10:30 a.m.  An English language service.  THERE IS NO SEPARATE SPANISH LANGUAGE SERVICE TODAY.

Ecumenical Good Friday Walk for Justice: March 30 at 2:00 PM, starting at Holy Trinity. 

2:00 pm Gather at Holy Trinity
2:30 pm: Proceed Through the Streets
4:00 pm: Simple supper of soup and bread

GREAT VIGIL OF EASTER: March 31, 8 p.m. A bilingual English/Espanol service. This service includes Biblical readings, the Litany of the Saints, the lighting of the Paschal Fire and a service of light, remembering our baptismal vows, and the First Eucharist of Easter. Young people and families are active in the leadership of the service.

EASTER DAY: April 1, 10:30 a.m.  with Feast and Flowering of the Cross. A bilingual English/Espanol service.  We will flower the cross and share the Eucharist followed by a celebratory lunch and Easter Egg Hunt.
Please feel free to bring flowers to adorn the cross.

What does it mean to our parishioners to flower the cross? Find out in the videos below!

Ash Wednesday: Lent begins on March 1st

The parish pyro-technician burns the palms from last Palm Sunday to create the ashes for this Ash Wednesday, which in 2017 falls on March 1st. There will be two services that day, one at 12:15 and one at 7:00 PM.

During the Season of Lent, we will be weaving the theme of journeying into right relations with the indigenous heritages with our Sunday worship experience.

Come and journey with us from Ashes to Easter.

On the Edge of Wilderness

Isaiah 58:1-12, Mark 1: 1-13

You and I, we are standing on the edge of the wilderness with Jesus; you and I, on this first day of Lent, driven by the Spirit; you and I, on this Ash Wednesday, made of earth and water.  Remember you are dust and to dust you shall return.  Today, whatever our justice ministry, we are invited, reminded, compelled, driven to enter into the wilderness to confirm our identity, to remember our names, and to reclaim our integrity, finding each other along the way.
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