Join us for Lent as we prepare our bodies, minds and souls to know, understand and release anything that separates us from God.
Receives ashes and join in worship as we remember that "You are dust, and to dust you shall return."
Services are at 7:30am, noon and 6:15pm. Worship will be led by The Rev. Richard Burnett and The Rev. Peg Thomas.
A Worship, Music and Arts event to ponder and explore the question: How will God breathe through me today?
This Lent we will explore ways to draw closer to God and remove excess that inhibits relationships with the earth, others and God. Creation Care is the focus of these conversations.
Read more about the Episcopal Vision for Creation Care and join us as a variety of presenters talk about water, resources, poverty and the role of the Church. We meet in the Parish Library.
Denison University Symphony Orchestra & Bluegrass Ensemble Dr. Phillip Rudd and Adam Schlenker directing.
The concert will be held in the sanctuary at Trinity Episcopal Church on Capitol Square. The concert is free and open to the public.
Palm Sunday, April 5
8 & 10:30 am—Liturgy and Procession of Palms at both services with music and church school at 10:30
Weekdays, April 6-10
8 am—Morning Prayer (Mon-Fri) Noon—Holy Eucharist (Mon-Thur)
Maundy Thursday, April 9
6:15 pm—Gathering meal in the Parish Library 7 pm—Holy Eucharist with the Stripping of the Altar Good
Good Friday, April 10
11:15 am—Stations of the Cross around Capitol Square
Noon—“The Three Hours” Liturgy for Good Friday with Meditations, Music & Silence Holy
Saturday, April 11
7 pm—Great Vigil of Easter in Trinity Church with congregations from Trinity, Capitol Square; St. Alban’s, Bexley; St. Matthew’s, Westerville; & St. John’s, Franklinton, Episcopal Churches
Easter Day, April 12
8:00 am—Festival Holy Eucharist
9:15 am—Parish Breakfast in the Undercroft. All are welcome—please bring a dish to share if possible.
10:30 am—Festival Holy Eucharist with music at both services, church school at 10:30 am