Good Friday at Trinity April 2, 2021

Join us for Good Friday observance at Trinity on April 2, 2021.

At Noon: Musical prelude and Way of the Cross on our website.

Even if you do not customarily visit a church on Good Friday, we suggest that you may want to join us at Trinity online this year.
The video begins with a silent screen at approximately 11:45 AM, with the music beginning at noon.

Here is some information about the musical program, performed by soloists from Crescendo:

A Renaissance Tenebrae Motet“Lamentatio Ieremiae Prophetae” (Lamentations of the Prophet Jeremiah) à 5 / part 1, by Thomas Tallis (1505-1585)
Crescendo Vocal Ensemble; Nicholas Tamagna, countertenor; Dan Foster and Eric Martin, tenors; Daniel White, baritone; Jim Barrett, bass

Three Baroque Arias by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)“Mein Verlangen” (My longing) from Cantata “Komm, du süße Todesstunde” (Come, o sweet hour of death) BWV 161
Pablo Wiley Bustos, tenor; members of Crescendo Period Instrument Orchestra: Job Salazar, violins; Carlos Boltes, viola; Malina Rauschenfels, violoncello; Christine Gevert continuo organ

“Aus Liebe will mein Heiland sterben” (Out of love my savior is willing to die) from Matthew Passion BWV 244
Jennifer Tyo, soprano; members of Crescendo Period Instrument Orchestra: Rodrigo Tarraza, traverso; Sarah Davol, oboes da caccia

“Agnus Dei” (Lamb of God) from Mass in B minor BWV 232
Nicholas Tamagna, countertenor; members of Crescendo Period Instrument Orchestra: Job Salazar, violin; Malina Rauschenfels, violoncello; Christine Gevert continuo organ

Directed by Christine Gevert.

Following the musical meditation, Pastor Heidi will share some personal reflections on the Way of the Cross

If you prefer, you may watch directly on YouTube. Simply CLICK HERE

Thank you for worshipping with us!

If you are moved to donate, our Donations and Stewardship page offers a variety of ways you can do so, including PayPal. Simply click HERE to go to that page.

The links will remain live indefinitely.

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Thank you for worshiping with us at Trinity Lime Rock!!

Good Friday

Rota for Second Quarter 2021

Here’s the Rota for Second Quarter 2021 at Trinity Lime rock!

Trinity continues to worship online due to COVID-19, but as more people have been vaccinated, and as the level of infections continues to decrease (cross fingers on that!) we anticipate resumption of small in-person services, beginning with Easter. What will happen after that remains to be seen.

Our main Sunday service will continue to be online, on YouTube, beginning at 10:30 AM.

The Revised Second Quarter Rota is now available.

Thanks to all who serve!

Palm Sunday, April 5, 2020 at Trinity Lime Rock

Palm Sunday 2020 at Trinity was, well — different!!   A wonderful virtual service, and one well worth viewing again, it incorporated the efforts of Pastor Heidi, Christine, Gordon, Linda, and a dozen readers of the Passion Gospel, who contributed their part via Zoom.

To view the service as the world saw it via the internet, simply click HERE

Palm Sunday 2020

Pastor Heidi blessing the palms at Trinity on Palm Sunday 2020


You can also read Pastor Heidi’s sermon:  just click 04-05-2020-Palm Sunday 2020

While our Holy Week will include the Way of the Cross at noon on Friday, via Facebook Live and our Facebook Page, the highlight, of course, will be EASTER!  View our Easter service, again via our Facebook Page, at 10:30 AM on Sunday, April 12.






Photos from Saturday, April 20

Here are some photos from Saturday, April 20, at Trinity Lime Rock. The Saturday of Holy Week is a busy time, as the photos below will illustrate. The day concludes with the Easter Vigil, the first Eucharist of Easter.

Coloring Easter eggs, the Flower Guild at work, folding bulletins for the four upcoming services, and….The Easter Vigil!