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As your Rector, I have savored the moments of connection we have been able to create at Trinity during this difficult year. Through phone calls, garden worship, social media, outdoor outreach, our online services, and distanced prayer, we have extended the boundaries of our church, forming new spaces in which we can be together. This year has reminded me of a central truth: Trinity is not dependent on the brick and mortar of our beautiful church building. Our home is built first on the foundation of Christ, and then upon the loving and generous spirits of our parishioners, stretched far and wide across this city. Although we are apart for now, we remain one Trinity family, wherever we are.
In Psalm 84, the psalmist exclaims, “How lovely is your dwelling place, Lord Almighty! My soul yearns, even faints, for the courts of the Lord.” How we have yearned for the physical space of our church these last six months! But the psalm continues: “My heart and my flesh sing for joy to the living God. Even the sparrow has found a home, and the swallow a nest for herself, where she may have her young—a place near your altar, O Lord of hosts.” Like the birds of the air, we also have found a way to create home together—bound by the living God in our midst, whether worshipping in houses, in gardens, on Zoom, or beyond. In every space, our Trinity family reminds us of God’s love and provision when we too feel faint.
The pandemic has required us to be more intentional in every aspect of our lives. There are so many uncertainties in the days ahead. For that reason, I invite you to be equally intentional in your commitment to support Trinity Episcopal Church with a financial pledge for 2021. As we seek to create home together at Trinity next year, we need you to continue the church’s essential work of sacrament, mutual care, learning, and service with us.
The pledges we received for 2020 have been critical in maintaining our Trinity home. Because of the generosity of our parishioners, we have created innovative liturgies and formation opportunities both online and in person. We have expanded support for one another and our outreach partners. Moreover, we were able to pay all of our employees fully throughout the months of sheltering in place. Now, I ask that you make a faithful pledge, as is possible for you. The pandemic is not over yet, and we continue to require support in order to serve the needs of our parish and neighborhood community with imagination and abundance. To create home at Trinity.
Please join me, the vestry, and the church staff in making a pledge before the Feast of All Saints, November 1, when we will consecrate our pledges, celebrate our Trinity family and home we are continuing to create together.
Blessings on your discernment for 2021. I’m so grateful to share a home with you at Trinity.
With love, in gratitude,
The Rev’d Julia Whitworth, Rector
3243 North Meridian
Indianapolis, IN 46208-4677
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