Entries by tlemon

Trinity Haven House-Warming Party – Saturday, June 22

TRINITY HAVEN HOUSE-WARMING SHOWER Let’s share the love with some house warming gifts! June 22 | 10:00 am – 12 noon Trinity Episcopal Church Hosted by Sharon Lemler, Deb Carpenter, and Kim McPherson Trinity Haven: Transitional housing for LGBTQ youth who have no safe place to stay. Join us for coffee & pastries to celebrate […]

A Hundred Ways to Serve for Trinity Yarn People

A Hundred Ways to Serve for Trinity Yarn People (aka Trinity Comforters) In honor of Trinity’s 100 years, we would like to craft 100, or more, hats for the coming winter. These hats would be welcomed at various Trinity outreach efforts like Sunday dinner and Trinity Haven. Trinity Comforters has a huge stash (that’s crafters’ […]

Music at Trinity invites you to Evensong

Music at Trinity As the choir and choristers prepare for their July pilgrimage to France and England, where they will sing at Saint-Étienne-du-Mont and the American Cathedral before serving as choir-in-residence at Ely cathedral, we invite you to the following services of Choral Evensong: Wednesday June 12 at 6:30PM Music of Neary, Walmisley, and Howells […]

St. Nicholas is Expanding. Here’s how you can help!

St. Nicholas Early Learning is excited to announce that it has received a United Way of Central Indiana 80/20 Grant to expand their space in the Trinity Outreach Center for enrollment of more children! Construction is expected to begin in late June. And they need to raise funds to meet the financial obligation for this […]

The Reverend Erin Hougland joins Trinity Sunday, May 19

The Reverend Erin Hougland, Associate Rector for Community Engagement and Vitality The Reverend Erin Hougland has accepted the call to serve as Trinity’s newest priest, in the role of Associate Rector for Community Engagement and Vitality. Mother Erin’s primary responsibilities will be in the outreach and justice, as well as evangelism and welcome ministries of […]

Bread for the World Letter Writing Campaign

Join us as we write letters to Congress. The 2019 Better Nutrition, Better Tomorrow campaign urges our government to accelerate progress toward ending hunger by increasing funding for global child nutrition programs. All children deserve the opportunity to live a healthy life and reach their full potential.

Meridian Song Project w/ Steven Stolen

April 28 Sunday at 5PM Meridian Song Project | Retro: Mancini and Bacharach You don’t have to be a child of the 60s and 70s to love the songs of two popular song composers. Steven Stolen and Gary Walters take a trip back with timeless tunes from some of America’s most troubled times. Free & […]

“A Film Called Blacks Can’t Swim”

Horizons @ St. Richard’s and Trinity’s Social Justice & Reconciliation Working Group present a screening of “A Film Called Blacks Can’t Swim” The documentary address the fears, anxieties, stereotypes, and generalizations about black people and swimming. Critically acclaimed and released in February 2019, the film follows filmmaker and British hip-hop artist Ed Accura as he […]