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Which service do you attend regularly?

As head usher, I attend the 7:45, the 9:00, and the 11:15 services.

Pulpit side or lectern side?

Usually I’m in the Narthex or near one of the side benches.

What is your most memorable moment at Trinity?

My most memorable moment was my wedding on September 25, 2010.

When not at home, work/school, or church, where might you be found?

I am a “regular” at the Boston Sports Club in Waltham.

What was the last book you read?

I am into reading the sailor/journalist Alan Villiers. I just finished Sons of Sindbad (his choice of spelling) and I’m now reading Cruise of the Conrad.

How do you serve at Trinity?

I am head usher, a member of the Art and Architecture committee, a Trinity tour guide, and a member of the Vestry.

Is there a passage or image in scripture that carries special particular meaning for you?

I love the story in Mark Chapter 7 of the Greek woman who begs Jesus to cleanse her daughter of the devil. Jesus, tired and wanting to be alone with his disciples, responds, “Let the children first be filled: for it is not meet to take the children’s bread, and to cast it unto the dogs.” The woman answers, “Yes Lord: yet the dogs under the table eat of the children’s crumbs.” Jesus marvels at her faith and her persistence and cleanses her daughter of the devil. It’s a great story about the dynamics of faith and the strength of a mother’s petition that is grounded in both humility and love.

Taizé in Boston: Join Us on Saturday, May 3

Taizé in Boston

On Saturday, May 3, come spend a day of retreat, modeling life in the Taizé community in France without having to leave Boston! We will share meals, prayers in the manner of Taizé with wonderful musicians, Bible reflection, and conversation with Brother John of Taizé. Click here for tickets. More...

Join Us For Holy Week 2014

Holy Week

Join us for Holy Week 2014, beginning with Palm Sunday on April 13. Click here for the complete schedule of services. All are welcome — we look forward to seeing you! More...

 

 

A Year of the Bible: The Book of Ezekiel

Ezekiel

Join us on Sunday, April 27 as we continue our A Year of the Bible journey discussing the book of Ezekiel. Questions for reflection will be available prior to Sunday on the A Year of the Bible blogMore... 

 

 

Weekly Worship

Sundays
7:45 am, 9:00 am

Holy Eucharist

11:15 am

Morning Prayer
Holy Eucharist first Sundays

6:00 pm

Contemplative Eucharist
Holy Eucharist alternating weeks

8:00 pm

Taizé @ Trinity

Wednesdays
5:45 pm

Choral Evensong

Thursdays
12:10 pm

Holy Eucharist

Events Update

April 18, 2014

Children’s Good Friday Service

Join us for the children’s Stations of the Cross service at noon, followed by special Good Friday activities, including Easter Gardens!

April 18, 2014

Good Friday

Join us for the great day of mourning on which we meditate on Jesus’ suffering and death on the cross, and what this means for our faith. Trinity clergy will offer meditations for the day with music by the Trinity choirs.

Note for parents: The nursery is not open on Good Friday. Note for youth:

Youth are invited to attend the Passion Liturgy or help with the Children’s Ministry program.

April 18, 2014

Stations of the City

Join us as we trace -- in partnership with neighboring churches -- a prayerful path Jesus could have taken during His life, visiting places in the Back Bay that have been scenes of violence and loss over the past year, as well as healing and hope.

April 18, 2014

Good Friday Concert

Trinity's annual Good Friday concert welcomes The La Farge Ensemble, performing choral masterpieces for Passiontide.

No charge for admission, but we invite a donation of $10.

April 19, 2014

Stitching in the Spirit

Stitching in the Spirit is a monthly gathering open to stitchers from all disciplines (knitting, crochet, quilting, needlepoint, etc), as well as those who want to learn. We come together to create scarves, mittens, prayer shawls, and other items for those in need of special care, from within the parish as well as from the broader Boston community and even across the country. As we work toward this goal, we experience and cultivate the fellowship of our members and what each brings to our endeavors. At the same time, we foster our spiritual development, celebrate the creative process, and share our skills.

If you would like to join the group or your or someone you love might
benefit from a prayer shawl, please contact: Mary Sherman, mary_sherman@us.ibm.com, 617-367-3925