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Happenings at Trinity!
STOP HUNGER NOW!! - meal packaging event was held in the Lower Hall on March 3, 2013 - 85 people of all ages attended our Worship Service of Service to be a Living Homily! Together we packaged 10,250 meals to honor the Episcopal Church's commitment to the Millennium Development Goals. Trinity partnered with STOP HUNGER NOW to act out our Baptismal Covenant to "Proclaim by word and example the Good News of God in Christ and to seek and serve Christ in all persons", loving our neighbors as ourselves. Take a look at the STOP Hunger movement's website to learn more www.stophunger.org
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May 25, 2013
From the Rector
Praying your kids through Chaos (outside link)
Check out the Links Page for our 2013 Faith and Fitness Challenge
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