News for the Episcopal Church at large has included suspension from the Anglican Communion for three years (suspension, Presiding Bishop Curry's response). As the Presiding Bishop has indicated, we will continue being the American branch of the Jesus Movement and continue working with the Anglican Communion in improving the conditions in the world.
News for Holy Trinity includes scheduling announcements and changes:
Bishop Brookhart will be here this Sunday, January 24, 9:00 a.m. for his annual visit and Eucharist service.
We have our monthly movie night this Saturday, 7:00 p.m. This month will be the final in the trilogy Revelation Road Trilogy, The Black Rider:
We provide the popcorn, tea and coffee. If you want anything else, please feel free to bring it.
Holy Trinity's Annual Meeting will be on Sunday, January 31, immediately following the service. We're asking that you think about projects, workshops, seminars or services that we might be able to provide or participate in to get Holy Trinity's name out into the community and hopefully make people curious enough to want to come check us out. Each of us have talents to share and things to learn. Think about it - when's the last time you invited someone to go to church with you?
Rev. Karen King will be here starting February 28 and will provide Eucharist services as follows:
Daylight savings begins on March 13. Sunrise on Easter Sunday is at 7:29. There will likely at least be a Good Friday service in Holy Week, but we're still finalizing those plans.
In case you're interested, the Society for St. John the Evangelist (SSJE) is offering a Lent program in 2016, beginning February 10. If you'd like to take part, you just need to sign up, and they will send you a daily short video and things to contemplate. This year's program sounds really interesting, as you develop a Rule of Life for yourself.