A Message from the Rector: Regathering Information

Hot off the presses! Trinity’s Regathering plan has just been approved by Bishop Jennifer and the diocesan staff. Many thanks to our Regathering Taskforce, led by Todd Relue, for their contributions to our planning.

A large communication will follow with more details, but mark your calendars—beginning Sunday, July 12, intimate in-person services are planned for Trinity worshipers. Please note: should the decreasing COVID-19 infection numbers in Marion County reverse course, this plan will be reevaluated.

Our online service will continue for all who prefer to stay home at this time. It will be available on Trinity’s website on Sunday mornings beginning at 8am, and on Facebook Live on 10:30am (Note the new online worship time beginning July 12). We encourage any who are at heightened risk of COVID-19 to continue connecting with us online. (Who’s At Heightened Risk?) And, of course, if you are exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19, please remain at home. (COVID-19 Symptoms)

In-person attendance will be by registration only, in limited numbers. Masks will be required and available for any who forget. The Sacrament of Holy Eucharist will not be offered at this time, save online. Nursery care will not be available at this time.

New Schedule, Beginning July 12

8:00am Morning Prayer—Church

  • 25 people maximum; no children under 7, please

9:00am Liturgy of the Word—Lemler Garden (Rain location: SRES gym)

  • 40 people maximum

10:30am Online Holy Eucharist on Facebook

  • Unlimited!

5:30pm Liturgy of the Word—Lemler Garden (Rain location: SRES gym)

  • 40 people maximum


5:30pm Liturgy of the Word—Lemler Garden (Rain location: church)

  • 25 people maximum