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stewardship 2023

Greetings, grace, and peace to you!

We know God as a creator, feeder, teacher, gardener, and builder of this world we call home.

Trinity has a long history of creating, feeding, and building community in the image of God. Through our ministries with MANNA, Open Table, and Gaining Ground, we’ve helped to feed our neighbors near and far. Working with Habitat for Humanity and Build-A-Bed, we are builders and creators. Our children’s ministries and our work with St. Stephen’s have made us teachers. And one need only look at the beautiful grounds of Trinity to know we are gardeners!

In the process of sharing our love for God and each other through our ministries, we are also building community. We welcome visitors and regulars alike into the beautiful choreography of worship and celebration. We strive to be a community of joy for anyone who longs for a meal, an embrace, and the reassurance that they are not alone.

Your generosity sustains this community, and enables Trinity to continue creating, teaching, building, and feeding in the name of God. We invite you to join your fellow parishioners as we commit to give back to Trinity a portion of what God has generously entrusted to us. Our goal this year is $700K in pledge income–a 5% increase over last year.  You may return your pledge card in the enclosed envelope or pledge online at:

We invite you to come together in community with a very special Ingathering Sunday celebration on November 20. On that day we will gather, bless, and offer our pledges to God. Following the 10 am service, we will share a festive brunch of thanksgiving for our gifts and for one another.  

Thank you for your commitment to our Trinity community!

Jennifer Johnson         
Chair, Stewardship     

Charlie Stone

Senior Warden

Trinity Episcopal Church
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