Photos from March 10

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!

Photos from March 3

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!

Photos from January 20

In view of the weather, it’s a little bit of a surprise that we actually have photos from January 20 to offer here. However, Trinity Lime Rock has a pretty stalwart congregation!

The weather was absolutely miserable, and the roads were somewhere between poor and terrible due to the snow and ice. As a result, the 10:30 AM service opened with a congregation that was, uummm, sparse. However, latecomers drifted in and things got a lot better as the day went on.

And we held our Annual Meeting and pot luck lunch as scheduled.

Photos from January 6

It is a new calendar year at Trinity Lime Rock, so here are some photos from January 6. It was also the Feast of the Epiphany!

Our organist and music director, Christine Gevert, was on vacation in Chile following all of the Trinity — and Crescendo — events of the Christmas season, so we were fortunate to have Henry Westmoreland, from Cornwall, with us as guest pianist.