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20
Dec

Christmas Services

Please join us for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day services: Christmas Eve, 4:30pm, Children’s Pageant & Holy Communion Christmas Eve, 10:00pm, Vigil Mass with Choir Christmas Day, 10:00am, Holy Communion with hymns Also please consider celebrating all twelve days of […]

30
Sep

Oktoberfest!

Last year, the food, music and libations had a lot of people feeling that they were in a traditional Bavarian hall.  So again this year, there will be savory aromas coming from the Trinity kitchen as we celebrate Oktoberfest on […]

25
Sep

The Choir this a.m.

Trinity’s choir this morning sang Psalm 91 using Anglican Chant composed by H. Walford Davies and edited by the late John Scott sometime organist at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London and St. Thomas, Fifth Avenue.

18
Sep

Rectory open house

On Saturday we had an open house and fall program kick-off on Saturday, September 17th from 1-4 at the parish rectory in Little Silver. There was food, drink, and activities for the children, including the bounce house! It was good […]

01
Sep

Vacation Bible School 2016

We had a successful Vacation Bible School led by Rebecca DeLucia along with a great team of volunteers and a good turnout from the church and the community. This year our kids learned about how Jesus comes to restore us […]

27
Aug

The First Authorized Version

Even more than the Book of Common Prayer, no other book in the Anglican tradition has shaped the faith and culture of England and the rest of the Anglophone world more than the King James Version of the Bible. It remains […]

06
Aug

Incense and the Gospel

We typically use incense during the Holy Communion service on the first Sunday of each month and, generally speaking, for the important feasts of the year. Why do we do that? In this post, I want to look at the […]

27
Jul

God and Nothing Else

“He who has God and everything else has no more than he who has God only.” ― C.S. Lewis, The Weight of Glory

26
Jul

Seventh Sunday after Pentecost (Independence Day)

I have a copy of the English Book of Common Prayer from the 1830s. In the back of that prayer book can be found several commemorations that cannot be called strictly religious: there is a set form of prayers to […]

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