New beginnings are springing up at Trinity as we fill the pews, revitalize key ministries, and nurture new ministries. More than 100 people attended services on October 2, and that does not count the four-legged friends who came for the Blessing of the Animals. These welcome developments inspired the theme for our 2023 stewardship campaign—Hope. Jed and Stephen have called our attention to “the hope that is set before us. We have this hope, a sure and steadfast anchor” (Hebrews 6:18-19). These words remind us to revel in the possibilities rising at Trinity.
They are also a call to grow hope into strength. Ensuring that Trinity is a vital downtown church requires a committed congregation. Only our engagement can create the “sure and steadfast anchors” needed to realize Trinity’s mission.
We ask you to make this stewardship season a time for reflection and commitment: reflection on the time, talent, and treasure you will bring to Trinity and commitment to making your stewardship an anchor securing our future.
We have several programs to spark stewardship inspiration. During services in the weeks before Consecration Sunday, several parishioners will speak about what draws them to Trinity and the hope they find through membership. We’ve also set aside the October 30 session of our adult coffee-discussion group, Rise and Shine, as a time to explore possibilities, share information, and answer questions.
By making a pledge to Trinity Church, you can set up recurring, automatic payments to ensure that your pledge is made in a timely manner. If you have any questions, about setting up an online pledge, contact Rev. Jed.
Your gifts ensure that the ministries, church upkeep and programs are able to continue.