Introducing RHJ&R in ECCT

The Episcopal Church in Connecticut (ECCT) entered a “Season of Racial Healing, Justice, and Reconciliation” for a minimum of two years by vote of its Annual Convention in October 2018. Visit episcopalct.orq/season-of-racial-healinq-iusticeand-reconciliation to read the enabling resolution and for resources, events, and more. ECCT’s Racial Healing, Justice, and Reconciliation Ministry Network is helping to facilitate much of the resolution’s implementation. Contact the Rev. Rowena Kemp or Suzy Burke, co-conveners of the Ministry Network, at rowikemp@amail.com or suzv@aleqriaimports.net

Trinity Times for May 2019

Here’s your Trinity Times for May 2019! As you know, the Trinity Times is the long-running newsletter of Trinity Church in Lime Rock. (The earliest edition we have seen of it dates from the 1950, and was produced by mimeograph, so we’ve come a long way!)

You can download your copy here, or you can pick up a copy at Trinity. In any event, do read and enjoy it!

Trinity Times for May 2019
Here’s the Lector from last Sunday

Annual Report for 2018

We are very happy to bring you Trinity Lime Rock’s Annual Report for 2018!

For several years now, we have been publishing this document online in advance of the Annual Meeting. This serves more than one purpose. First, it saves a whole bunch of trees! We are not idle at Trinity, and trying to summarize everything we have done for a year in a single document makes for a thick document. (Along with the trees, think of how much it saves on copier expense!). Secondly, and most importantly, it lets everyone in the parish prepare for the annual meeting ahead of time. You can read the report from cover to cover at your leisure and not have to speed read during the early parts of the annual meeting. You can bring it with you to the meeting on your phone or tablet and refer to it as you wish.

The financials will be distributed (on paper) at the Annual Meeting, so they are not included in this report.

To download the Annual Report for 2018 now, simply click the download button.

Thanks to Alexis Dorf, who pulls the whole thing together!!

Annual Report for 2018
Here’s a photo of last year’s annual meeting

NOTE: a limited number of paper copies will be available at the meeting. Please save these for people who who not have a portable personal electronic device.

Trinity Times for December

The Trinity Times for December is now available for download!

This, our award-winning newsletter, has been bringing Trinitarians the last word about what is going on at Trinity for over half a century.  Be sure to download and read your copy now.  Please CLICK HERE to read it.

If you would like a paper copy of the Trinity Times for December,  you can pick one up at Trinity, where you will find them at the rear of the chancel, outside the door to the sacristy, and at the door to Walker Hall.

Trinity Times for December

We’re looking forward to the Christmas Pageant!

Trinity Times for November

The Trinity Times for November is now available for download!

This, our award-winning newsletter, has been bringing Trinitarians the last word about what is going on at Trinity for over half a century.  Be sure to download and read your copy now.  Please CLICK HERE to read it.

If you would like a paper copy of the Trinity Times for November,  you can pick one up at Trinity, where you will find them at the rear of the chancel, outside the door to the sacristy, and at the door to Walker Hall.

Trinity Times for November

Presenting the Elements

 

Trinity Times for July and August

The Trinity Times for July and August is now available.  You can pick up a paper copy at Trinity, or download it here (we recommend the download because it saves on paper and copying costs, and you can get it and read it right now, but whichever works for you works for us!)

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People occasionally ask why we have a weekly e-mail newsletter, the Trinity Update, and the Trinity Times too.  (by the way, you can sign up to receive the Trinity Update each Wednesday if you wish by going  HERE— and you don’t need to be a Trinity parishioner to receive it) but the answer is that the format of the Trinity Update is too brief to be able to convey much information besides who/what/when and where — there’s very little room for  “how” or “why”.  The Trinity Times covers things in more depth and hopefully answers these important questions.

Trinity Times for July and August

One topic you’re read about in this issue of the Trinity Times is our backpack project. This photo is from 2014, showing the ingathering of the backpacks