The rota is the schedule that tells volunteers at Trinity when they are scheduled to serve, and what they are scheduled to be doing.
Here’s the rota for the first quarter of 2020.
Here’s the Rota for the 4rd Quarter 2019 — the Autumn and Christmas Rota — at Trinity Lime Rock. The Rota, of course, is the schedule of who is on duty when to do what at Trinity: serve at the altar, usher, read, help with the young people, arrange the flowers or the altar, even count the collection.
To download a copy, please click below.
Thank you for all that you do at Trinity!
We’re calling these July 21 photos at Trinity Lime Rock although two of them were not taken at Trinity at all and were taken earlier that week!
Pastor Heidi was just back from a week as Chaplain to the wilderness camping group at the Diocesan Camp Washington, so we’re providing a bit of flavor of what that experience was like.
Sunday was also the Youth Sunday for July as well as being the hottest Sunday so far this summer. Hence the casual attire on most participants shown.
One moment that touched all of us. A lady who was not a parishioner, but who brought her much loved dog to us to be blessed when we had our annual Blessing of the Animals, sadly lost him this week. She brought us the blue and white pitcher of flowers from her garden to remember him — and we do!
Here’s the Rota for the 3rd Quarter 2019 — the Summer Rota — at Trinity Lime Rock. The Rota, of course, is the schedule of who is on duty when to do what at Trinity: serve at the altar, usher, read, help with the young people, arrange the flowers or the altar, even count the collection.
To get your copy, simply click below:
In a week or so, you can also pick up a printed copy at Trinity, or view the rota posted on the bulletin board.
To all our volunteers: THANK YOU!
Here are some photos — and the homily — from Trinity Sunday 2019. Trinity Lime Rock celebrates Trinity Sunday as our official birthday as a parish. This was a busy birthday!
Just a few notes on the photos. Thanks to Linda Lloyd for the photo of Jane Tuttle. Jane was celebrating her 90+ birthday by riding in a Maserati. She’s our resident parishioner in North Carolina. As well, thanks to Allen Berrien for the photo of Fred Shay of Stained Glass Resources. His firm that is repairing out altar window. Following that, The Berkshire Children’s Chorus is pictured in their Spring Concert at Hevreh of Southern Berkshire, in Great Barrington. (Can you spot the three Trinity young people?)
We’re trying something new this week: including the homily with the photos, all on one post! Without further ado, here is Pastor Heidi’s brief homily (brief to allow time for Fred to talk to us and still get everyone to the picnic!
Here are some photos from March 10 for your pleasure!
The week included Ash Wednesday (sorry, no photos from those services — but the note that the attendance at the 6 PM bilingual service was the highest in memory for an Ash Wednesday service at Trinity). Also, we held a Men’s (and Women’s) Group Dinner at a new restaurant in Great Barrington — Fiddleheads — that was popular with attendees.
Sunday was accompanied by one of those nasty snow mixed with freezing rain events that caused some area churches to cancel services, but not Trinity Lime Rock.
Part of our Lenten observance this year includes “Lent Madness” — a chance to learn a lot about a whole lot of saints, both well-known and unknown.
So, here are the photos for March 10 at Trinity Lime Rock!
Here are some photos from March 3, 2019 at Trinity Lime Rock. It was the Last Sunday of Epiphany, and thus, the last Sunday before Ash Wednesday, when Lent begins. At Trinity, we celebrate this Sunday as Chocolate Sunday — and the proceeds will go to purchase a new Fair Linen for the altar.
Enjoy the pictures!
You are always welcome at Trinity Lime Rock!