Trinity Voices Archives: June 2020

The Rev. Morgan Allen
June 30, 2020
As the weather gets warmer and daylight stretches longer, I’m reminded that though many of the familiar markers of spring looked very different than usual this year, summer has arrived at our doorstep once again. While I am happily welcoming the sunny weather, it’s also tinged with some sadness andRead More >
Mark Morrow ('23)
June 18, 2020
What days we are sharing! Days of pandemic constraint, worry, and mourning, days of tragedy and hard-to-bottle fury, as we bear witness – again – to the horrific legacy of our national history when it comes to race. Our only reliable resources in such times are the ones our faith calls us to:Read More >
The Rev. Morgan Allen
June 10, 2020
A recent New Yorker cartoon gave me grim chuckle a few weeks ago. In it, the allegorical figure of Death stands outside an apartment door, cowled as usual and with scythe at the ready. A clearly terrified couple stands in their just-opened doorway. “Relax,” says Death. “I’m only here for yourRead More >
The Rev. Morgan Allen
June 2, 2020
As we Christians ready for Pentecost, our nation grieves the death of George Floyd and the continuing horrors people of color are suffering under our American flag.  Tomorrow morning at 9:45a we will gather for Morning Prayer and recall when, in the disciples’ great moment of fear, Jesus breathedRead More >