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in the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri
- We have a CHILDREN'S SERVICE every 2nd Sunday (except August) at 9:00 a.m. in the North Parish Hall.
- Join us for COMPLINE each 3rd Sunday at 7:00 p.m. Bring a friend!
- FILM & FELLOWSHIP on Tuesday, March 11, at 6:30 p.m.
Search Committee Members
The Discovery & Discernment Committee, otherwise known as the Search Committee, had its first meeting since the training session on Saturday, March 1 to actually begin the process. The first stage of that process will be to schedule a series of meetings with small groups of parishioners to gather information that will be used to develop the Parish Portfolio. Dan Smith provided a tool for those meetings that includes a series of questions. The first question that the committee itself responded to this past week was:
Remember a moment that was a high point, when you felt our church was doing God’s work and fulfilling its mission…What was happening?
While we expect the committee to tweak the precise wording of this and the other questions , we invite parishioners to reflect on this and prepare to participate when the meetings begin, probably after Easter.
The committee also discussed the various ways it will communicate about its work to the parishioners, the vestry and to the Interim Rector, which will include announcements at services, Etimes, and other pathways.
Carlos Daughaday and Lisa Carpenter (Co-Chairs), Mary Taylor and Jeff Farris (Co-Chaplains), Bob Emert, Jean Frazee, Tracie Goffe, Etta Taylor, Mary Taylor, and Julien Worland.
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The Rev. Mark H. Hatch
The Rev. Harry Leip
The Rev. Beverly Van Horne
A Message from the Vestry and People of Trinity Parish
to witness to God's grace in the midst of the city, our lively and diverse
congregation in the Central West End of St. Louis has a long and rich history of
commitment to issues of social justice, peace, and racial and gender equality.
We come from many parts of the metropolitan area and all walks of life, and
treasure our worship rooted in the Anglo-Catholic tradition. Music, education,
and outreach are valued aspects of our lives together. Traditional and
non-traditional families are warmly welcomed; children are an important part of
our life, and are nurtured in an atmosphere of tolerance and acceptance.
With open hearts and minds, we are seeking to know, love, and serve God in our daily lives at home, in the church, and in the world. God calls us to bring our joys and sorrows, our confusion and certainty, our strength and weakness to the altar of grace where we are nourished by the divine life of Christ. Wherever you are on your journey of faith, there is a place for you at the table here at Trinity. We welcome you in the name of Christ, and invite you to come and join us.