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Observing Lent at Holy Trinity

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In private contemplation and together arm-in-arm with fellow pilgrims, we journey toward the celebration of Easter on Sunday, April 12. 

During the season of Lent, we will offer two weekday services Wednesdays with Stillpoint Healing Services at 5:30 p.m., and on Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. when we will explore a variety of Anglican liturgies, including Compline, Evensong and Stations of the Cross with Eucharist.

Lenten Covenant Groups, Small Groups, and Practices — Walking Together a Lenten Pilgrimage.

At Holy Trinity, there are many paths we can walk together on a Lenten pilgrimage. See all the paths here. You can choose more than one group or practice! There is a path for EVERYBODY! Groups meet the first week in March through Holy Week. If you have questions or need assistance connecting, contact Minister of Welcome, Engagement, and Pastoral Care Rev. Mark Lile-King at or 272-6149 x273. Let us pray for one another and care for each other on our Lenten pilgrimage as we experience forgiveness, healing, and hope in our lives and in the world.

2020 Holy Trinity Lenten Devotional was compiled by parishioners and church leaders. Many thanks to everyone who contributed! Available here through Lent.

During Lent, we will offer special music on Wednesdays and Sundays. The Lenten Music Series will be held on Wednesdays from 12:15-12:45 p.m. in the church. Music, readings and slides offer a contemplative experience in the middle of a busy week. The series features music for voice, strings, organ, and piano from composers including Bach, Grieg, and Brahms. In addition to our string players in Hodie performing during the series, we welcome Byrdsong, a recorder ensemble performing beautiful music of the16th century. On Sundays, the Preludes for the 9 and 11:15 a.m. services will feature our vocalists in Trinity Voices. These music professionals will offer solo and ensemble music from masterworks including Messiah (Handel), Elijah (Mendelssohn), The St. Matthew Passion (Bach), and Faure’s Requiem. Please experience these musical offerings to enhance your Lenten experience. Click here for more information

Family Lenten Prayer Space — Creating a Family Lenten Prayer Space is a fun and meaningful way for families to observe Lent. Pick up your Prayer Space bag Sunday in front of the church.

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