There are three statues over the main doors of our church building. In the middle is Christ, with hands open in invitation, looking out toward the busy street. On the right is a figure looking up toward Jesus, earnestly and eagerly. Some of us at Trinity Church have also made up our minds: where Christ leads, we will follow. On the left is another figure, with a hand to his head. … Read the rest
TRINITY’S MONTHLY NEWSLETTER
For a more detailed look at what is happening at Trinity Church, we invite you to click here for our monthly Carillon Newsletter.
~ TRINITY’S PHOTO BLOG ~
Our resident photographic artist, Jim Sharrard, is now running a continuous photo blog featuring the myriad of events that are always happening at Trinity. Check it out…YOUR picture just might be included!
YOU ARE INVITED!
TRINITY SUNDAY – SEPTEMBER 7th Morning Worship 10:30 AM
TRINITY’S NEIGHBORHOOD BLOCK PARTY Noon to 2:30 PM
Food, games, music, and fun for the entire Family.
Drawings every hour for free pies!
Register for Sunday School and Youth Fellowship.
All are Welcome – See YOU at the party!
I just received a few photographs in my e-mail box and was told to use for any purpose on this web-site as I saw fit. I was so struck by the artistry of one of the photos that I thought it needed to be shared with everyone. There are two (of our many) artists involved here that continue to amaze and receive little recognition along the way. Read through the remainder of this article before you scroll down to view the picture I am describing.
First, there has to be something special to warrant taking a picture. The physical artistry displayed in this photograph is nothing short of spectacular. It is a tapestry of light and color beautifully woven into a stunning sight to behold. The sheer magnitude of this artwork is simply awe inspiring.
Second, a photograph has to be taken. Examine this photograph and you will see photographic artistry and composition that would rival any photographer. It captures what perfection is all about…clarity, mood, drama, and down right beauty.
Our entire congregation owes a deep sense of appreciation to two VERY talented men and it is my personal privilege to recognize Scott Redman, Trinity’s creative visual artist, and Jim Sharrard, Trinity’s resident photographic artist, for providing a constant level of excellence in what both men do so well.
Al Isaacson, Webmaster
(Picture from July 17th “A Little Night Music” Concert)
Trinity Church has begun a partnership with The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts. On the first and third Wednesdays of each month,
the Mobile Food Bank truck will arrive in Trinity’s parking lot.
Volunteers distribute fresh produce at no cost to families with food insecurities in the neighborhood. Sign-in begins at 1:30 PM and distribution time is 2:00 – 2:45 PM.… Read the rest
MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW!
~ September 12th, 13th, and 14th, 2014 ~
A fun fall retreat for ALL!
1043 Snake Hill Road
North Scituate, Rhode Island 02854
Take time for a long, wonderful get away weekend and enjoy fellowship and fun at this beautiful lakeside location starting Friday evening, continuing through Saturday and ending on Sunday after lunch. … Read the rest
Historic Trinity Church will hold their annual Fall Craft Fair on Saturday, October 18th, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. The Festival offers the work of over thirty community vendors. The Trinity Table will be selling a collection of homemade items and our Kitchen Cupboard will feature baked goods, pickles, jellies, and other food items all produced by Trinity members.
Back by popular demand is Becky’s Luscious Luncheon. Feast on a variety of luncheon items including delectable sandwiches and delightful desserts, especially prepared by Becky and her talented crew, including Kris Goold’s delicious homemade soups. Take-Out soups by the container will also be available, but place your order early…demand is very high and you don’t want to miss out on these tasty soups!!
All proceeds to benefit Trinity United Methodist Church and its success depends upon the support and attendance of the entire congregation and the surrounding community.
Join the fun…and admission is FREE!