As part of the new year Trinity will be electing new Vestry members. We need prayerful, compassionate, and active people who are willing to roll up their sleeves and lead the Trinity community in being prayerful, compassionate, and active disciples of Jesus. If you are called to serve in this […]
How can an older person make the decision to move to “senior housing,” or downsize to an apartment or a condominium? Come Saturday, Nov. 4, 9:00am-noon to hear from Phil Stafford, PhD., Cathleen Weber, LCSW and service providers who help people downsize and move. sponsored by the Pastoral Care Commission.
Trinity will have several shelter trainings this month, plus there are other trainings available at other churches as well. Most trainings will last approximately 1 hour. The remaining trainings at Trinity are at 6:30pm on October 16, 23, and 30 in the library. Questions? Contact Deacon Connie at email@example.com or […]
Trinity Families will gather for our fall cookout on Sunday, October 22 from 5-7pm at Karst Farm Park (Shelter 9A). We will provide burgers, hotdogs and drinks. Please bring a dish to share. RSVP to Emily, firstname.lastname@example.org if your family is attending. Thank you!
Connie Peppler has been selected as one of Bloomington’s everyday heroes. Everyday Heroes honors the selfless efforts of those who offer their time and talents to serve others and their communities. This year, dozens of heroes were nominated by their family, friends or those they serve and 25 were chosen […]
Join us for a workshop Saturday, Nov. 11th, 10am-3pm at Bell Trace on Achieving More Civility in Our Discourse sponsored by Trinity’s CPR (Compassion, Peace and Reconcilliation) group. Lee Hamilton, internationally recognized statesman, will be speaking; Joelene Bergonzi from IU will facilitate the workshop. A light lunch will be served. […]
Make dinner a selfless event and get your friends and family to join in supporting the Interfaith Emergency Winter Shelter Chipotle Fundraiser, Oct 17, 5pm-9pm, at either Bloomington location. At the Sunday Forum on Oct 15, you can pick up a flyer to show the cashier, OR just tell the […]
CANNED VEGGIE CALL-OUT. Please donate canned veggies for the pantry at Monroe County United Ministries (MCUM). The most wanted canned vegetables are: potatoes, mixed vegetables, carrots, green peas, corn, and green beans. Deposit cans in the box outside the Trinity Office.
In the Spring of 2017, Trinity sponsored a conference entitled, “Recognizing Privilege and Whiteness in the Episcopal Church”. There were three speakers. Session 1 was The Rev. Jennifer Baskeville-Burrows (then the Bishop-Elect of the Diocese of Indianapolis, consecrated on April 29, 2017), who shared her personal experiences as an African-American […]
At the request of Bishop Cate, in honor of her twenty years of service to the diocese, gifts are being collected for a Waycross project in support of youth ministry. Please click these two sites to see the details for the Waynick Center for Youth Formation and Camping:
You may have heard that the Episcopal Church in the United States has been sanctioned. My words for this . . . we have been put into ‘timeout.’ We have been put in the corner because of our position on gay marriage, a position that is not […]