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COVID-19 ResponseOur primary concerns are the safety and health of our church family and community members during the uncertainties surrounding the spread of COVID-19. We will post further information about this suspension of ministry activities here as we learn more.

Please take a few moments to read Bishop Humphrey’s message of March 18 2020. You will note that he says at the present time the target date for resuming worship is Sunday, May 17th.

The church office is mailing out and posting on this website the April newsletter today or tomorrow. Please take the time to read it thoroughly. It will contain important information on how you can stay connected to Trinity during this time, including but not limited to:

Worship service through Zoom will be held at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday. The URL to connect to the “meeting” is: https://zoom.us/j/823730844 If you don’t have Zoom, you can download the program easily when you first access the meeting link. When you are asked to sign in to the meeting, please follow the prompts. After signing in the first time, you can join each week’s meeting without repeating this process. This link will be provided via an email to members as well as on the website and Facebook.

A Call to Worship Each Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Telephone Conference Call: With thanks to Ken Cibroski who has offered to allow us to use his business conference call account; therefore, members can access the conference call at the worship time to participate. Callers are encouraged to use the toll number if at all possible (the toll free # adds to the expense of the call). Here’s the contact information for the “Call for Worship” :
Toll Access Number: 916-558-7514 (Toll Free: 866-760-7514) Participant PIN: (provide this when prompted) 756101#

Your Council members are staying in touch with members and visitors on a regular basis. Help them out by checking in on your neighbors and friends – call an elderly person you know. Offer to run to the grocery store or order groceries for them. Those living alone feel the isolation even more, a friendly phone call to chat can make their day. Just because they have family checking in on them doesn’t mean they wouldn’t appreciate a call from you, and you’d be dong those family members a great service.

The office continues to remain “open” regular hours. If you have questions or concerns, do not hesitate to call.

Peace be with each and every one of you.