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Parish Fellowship

  • St. Monday's Guild

    The parish hall is bustling on the first Monday of each month, September through May, as the St. Monday's Guild sponsors a parish luncheon with a guest speaker. Guests are inspirational, informative, and/or entertaining and the food is always delicious!
  • Men of Trinity

    Famous for their fabulous cooking on several occasions throughout the year, MOT grills hamburgers and hotdogs for picnics and parish suppers.

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  • Fall Harvest Dinner

    Each November the parish gathers for a meal of Thanksgiving to acknowledge and appreciate the many blessings God has bestowed upon us, both individually and as a church community.
  • Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper

    The day before Ash Wednesday is known as Shrove Tuesday. To "shrive" someone, in old-fashioned English, is to hear their acknowledgement of sins, to assure them of God's forgiveness, and to give them appropriate spiritual advice. On Shrove Tuesday, many Christians make a special point of self-examination, of considering what wrongs they need to repent, and what amendments of life they especially need to ask God's help in dealing with. Often they consult on these matters with a spiritual counselor, or receive "shrift." Shrove Tuesday is also called Fat Tuesday, because on that day a thrifty cook uses up the fats that have been kept around (the can of bacon drippings, or whatever) for cooking, but that will not be using during Lent. Since pancakes are a standard way of using up fat, pancakes became the traditional Shrove Tuesday meal in England. At Trinity, our Pancake Supper is a time of fellowship and fun, a final frivolous celebration before the somber Lenten Season begins.
  • Young Adults

    Young Adults

    The Trinity Young Adults is a community of people who are married, single, parents of young children, and parents of not so young children that meet on the first Sunday evening of every month. We have a potluck dinner with a focus on fellowship and building relationships that are encouraging and life affirming. We might have a short reading from scripture or a small devotional and then have a discussion. The meetings start at 5:30 pm and are in the coffee shop downstairs facing Sixth street. Childcare is provided.