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

Sunday, June 16 at 3:00PM
Music of Neary, Hogan, and Parry

Wednesday, June 19 at 6:30PM
Music of Neary, Murrill, and Rorem

Sunday, June 23 at 3:00PM
Music of Neary, Brewer, and Dove

Wednesday, June 26 at 6:30PM
Music of Neary, Howells, and Rheinberger

Sunday, June 30 at the 10AM Choral Eucharist
Music of Jackson and Arthur

Sunday, June 30 at 3:00PM
Music of Neary, Ešenvalds, and Jennings

All services are free and open to the public.

The Trinity Choir will be on pilgrimage July 3 – July 15.

Support Trinity Youth Pilgrimage

Trinity youth flower baskets; all proceeds benefit the Youth Pilgrimage this summer to Iona, Scotland. No advance orders; each basket will be $35 with assorted spring flowers.

Annual J2A (Journey 2 Adulthood) Car Wash and Blessing in the south parking lot of Trinity, weather permitting. All proceeds benefit the Iona Pilgrimage trip.

To learn more about Trinity’s youth programs, contact the Youth Coordinator, Missy Roetter:
[email protected]

A Letter from Mother Julia: Diocesan Pilgrimage to Haiti

Greetings, Trinity!

I am writing from the roof garden of a guest house in Leogane, Haiti, about an hour and a half southwest of Port au Prince. It’s pouring, and the thunder of the pounding rain almost drowns out the persistent beat of dance music across the street.

I joined this diocesan pilgrimage for several reasons. First, I have long felt a pull to this country about which I have heard so much. Its rich history and culture shines beyond the pervasive poverty, even after the devastating earthquake in 2010. I have been aware of the Episcopal Church’s deep ties here, and am now curious how Trinity parish can be an active presence in this rich relationship. We pray every week for the church in Mithon, Haiti — ministries in churches, schools, hospitals, and beyond— and I am blessed to be able to learn more about those ministries alongside our new bishop and other leaders in Global Mission.

Another reason I am here is to explore partnership possibilities for St. Richard’s Episcopal School and Trinity with Episcopal schools in Haiti. There are over 250 schools in the Diocese of Haiti. They are critical to the education and well-being of thousands of children here. The National Association Of Episcopal Schools Haïti Partnership program aims to foster collaboration and relationship between US schools and churches and schools in Haiti. The Diocese of Indianapolis has built a beautiful school in the Mithon region— I’m here to build relationships on behalf of our school and Trinity church in hopes of building future opportunities for mission and growth.

I will endeavor to send back some pics from this touchingly complex place. Until we meet again, know that I hold you in my heart as I travel this terrain with others from the diocese, and as I dream of ways we can be in service together in the future.

Faithfully, and with love,

The Rev’d Julia E. Whitworth, Rector