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Over the last 18 months, we’ve been thinking and praying about how Christian life includes cycles of exile and return. We’ve given thanks for the tools that God has given us to connect and be together in spirit even when we aren’t always together in body.

Trinity is a congregation that has hope and looks to the future. In a time of confusion and fear, we came together in joy, making commitments to each other, to people in need, and to future parishioners by boldly investing in our outreach and youth ministries. Our community helped grow food for those in need, worked to provide affordable housing for our neighbors, and joined together in fun and fellowship with youth from St. Stephens. We welcomed our new Director of Youth Ministry, Karl LaClair. As we celebrate and worship together -- in the sanctuary, on the porch, or online -- we see new seeds of hope sprouting around us. We stand as a beacon of hope, welcome, and radical hospitality.  None of this would be possible without God’s grace and the generosity of our parish.

We invite you to join with your fellow parishioners, looking to the future with hope, as we commit to gift back to Trinity a portion of what God has generously entrusted to us.

Ingathering Sunday is November 14. On that day, we will gather our pledges, bless them, and join together in hope and prayer. Before then, we hope you will make your pledge to Trinity by sending in the pledge card mailed to you, or by doing so online through this Link to Online Pledging.

You may also fulfill your pledging online at any time by giving through this Link to Online Giving.

For all that we’ve accomplished together during the challenging season, and for all that we will accomplish together in the future, thank God and thank you.

In faith,

Jennifer Johnson & Greg Fairbank
Stewardship Co-Chairs

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