Thankful for TYA

Sunday, November 19, 3 p.m. | Home of BillieAnne and Jason Kennedy

Join Trinity Young Adults at Thankful for TYA! This annual event is a time for friendship and fellowship. 

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Bryan Dunnewald Conducts Work for Choir and Handbells

Bryan Dunnewald headshot forwebSunday, November 26, 8:15 a.m. and 11 a.m. | Sanctuary

Trinity member Bryan Dunnewald will be directing the Chancel Choir, Youth Choir and adult and youth handbell ringers in his own arrangement of the hymn Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing in worship for both services. 

Bryan is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in organ performance at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. He also serves as Assistant Organist at the Wanamaker Grand Court Organ, the largest functioning pipe organ in the world, and as Organ Scholar at St. Mark's Church. 

Bryan composed this arrangement of Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing as a high school student, with the original intention that it would be performed by the Youth Choir and Youth Bells. The scale and complexity of the work, however, required larger ensembles of singers and ringers; thus, Judith Mitchell, Director of Music & Arts, decided to perform the work as a collaborative effort with our youth and adult choirs this season. We rejoice in welcoming Bryan to the podium and home to Trinity!

Advent Festival and Hanging of the Greens

Saturday, December 2, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. | All Around Trinity

All are invited for a special time of fellowship and decorating our church home for Christmas! We'll share food together, sing Christmas carols, set up trees, hang the greens outside the building and make crafts. 

More information to come!

Advent Organ Recital: Dr. Joyce Shupe Kull

Tuesday, December 5, 12:15–12:45 p.m. | Sanctuary

Dr. Joyce Shupe Kull, Organist of St. John's Episcopal Church in Boulder, presents an Advent Organ Recital on our historic Roosevelt pipe organ.

Blue Christmas Service

Blue ChristmasWednesday, December 6, 6–6:45 p.m. | Stiles Chapel (Level 2)

Christmas can be a painful time for some. It may be the first Christmas without a loved one who has recently died. It may be a time that has just always been difficult.

The constant refrain from the media, in shopping malls and in churches about the happiness of the season and spending time with family and friends reminds many of what they have lost or may have never had. The anguish of broken relationships, the insecurity of unemployment, the weariness of ill health, or the pain of isolation can make us feel very alone in the midst of all the celebrating. Some need the space and time to acknowledge the sadness and concern during the holidays, and to know that they are not alone.

Trinity will offer a special "Blue Christmas" service featuring sharing, prayer, scripture and music that acknowledge God's presence for those who struggle with the holidays and remind us all that God's Word shines light in our darkness. Everyone, regardless of church background (or lack of it) is welcome.