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Schedule and links for Sunday, April 19

April 27, 2020
Dear Trinity Church and friends,
 
Alleluia! Christ is risen!
The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia.
 
Happy Easter to you and yours, and please see below the schedule and links for this Sunday, April 19:
 
9AM Parents' Coffee Hour with the Rev. Morgan Allen - Parents, during the season of Easter bring your coffee and join fellow moms and dads via Zoom for light-hearted discussion of life in sequester with our children – Lord, have mercy!
 
9AM Children's Church School - Families should have received an email from Cathy Portlock Pacitto with the link to join the Zoom meeting. If you have not received the link, please email Cathy at cportlock@trinitychurchboston.org
 
9:45AM Morning Prayer, Rite II - Join Sunday worship on the Trinity website or live on Facebook.
 
11AM Community Hour with the Rev. Morgan Allen and Marissa Hall - Join us via Zoom for conversation following worship.
 
11:30AM Youth Formation - Youth and their parents should have received an email from Sarah Neumann with the link to join the Zoom meeting. If you have not received the link, please email Sarah at sneumann@trinitychurchboston.org.
 
7PM Forum - On Sunday evenings during Eastertide, we will journey across five "Stations of the Resurrection" together and also discuss the faith dimensions of two remarkable pieces of short fiction. "Stations of the Resurrection" will explore gospel text as well as well as artistic, literary, and musical responses to five "post Resurrection" events. This Sunday, the Rev. Paige Fisher will lead the discussion on Jesus and Thomas. Join by Zoom or by phone by dialing 1 646 558 8656 and entering the meeting ID: 928 6085 0698. We will begin at 6:45PM to give folks 15 minutes to chat with one another before the structured conversation begins.
 
Additional happenings:
 
Compline will continue to be held nightly, Monday-Friday at 8:30PM. Each Friday at the completion of Compline, we will "Pass the Light" from one home to another.
 
The Trinity community is committed to staying connected during a time where we cannot be physically together. Look forward to receiving a call by the end of April from a member of the Trinity "Comfort Calling Committee." The committee will call every single parishioner simply to say hello.
 
See you Sunday!