Services

Sunday Worship
at 8:15 &11:00am

Location

1820 Broadway
Denver, CO 80202

Contact

303-839-1493
info@trinityumc.org

Trinity's Current COVID-19 Status

STATUS: Yellow     

  • In-person worship may begin again at the discretion of the Senior Pastor and with limited attendees.
  • Limited on-site volunteers.
  • On-site staff.
  • Limited in-person meetings/reconfigured rooms.
  • No Choir rehearsals or performances.
  • No in-person youth group, children's Sunday school & nursery.
  • Mask required.


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Iona Pilgrimage

September 9-19, 2021 | Registration is now open

Led by Cami Twilling

You will have the opportunity to experience the peaceful island of Iona off the western coast of Scotland through teaching, meditation, prayer and reflection guided by Celtic Spirituality scholar John Philip Newell. We will explore themes of oneness related to the human soul and the healing of creation through the wisdom of ancient and modern Celtic teachers. Mornings will be given to teaching, reflection, and listening. Afternoons will be given to hiking, conversation and rest. Evenings will be a time together in community. Join us for this pilgrimage through the beautiful landscape of Scotland and the deep inner landscape of the soul.

Please email Cami Twilling with any questions:  ctwilling@trinityumc.org



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COVID-19 Reopening Protocol

We have been working to understand the necessary protocols in order to re-open Trinity. We have worked with our Trustees, Staff and other Trinity Lay-Leaders to be as complete as possible and to help ensure that your voices are heard. We have documented the protocols for Trinity that were also developed within the guidelines of the Mountain Sky Conference and also within the requirements of the State of Colorado and the Centers for Disease Control. We believe we have a comprehensive plan and are excited to let you know we have moved to a YELLOW status. We are providing our protocols to you so you know what to expect and to give you an opportunity to ask questions.
Our overriding goal aligns with our Methodist heritage and John Wesley’s Three Simple Rules:
Stay in love with God, do good and do no harm.


Please reach out to Sheila Alishouse (salishouse@trinityumc.org) with any questions. 


All comments and suggestions are welcome.
Keep praying! There is nothing too big for our God to handle.
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From Pastor Ken's Desk

Dear Friends,

John 13:34-35 (CEB): "I give you a new commandment: Love each other. Just as I loved you, so you also must love each other. This is how everyone will know that you are my disciples, when you love each other."

As I have reflected on the last week and everything that has happened from George Floyd’s death - the protests, riots, and what our faith community has already been through with COVID-19, I have been heart-sick. I suspect many of you have felt the same way.
 
I'm touched by our community of loving people that have reached out to me personally and also to their communities. My hope grows with each affirming message that together, we can make the difference that is required. We can influence our world and our community to recognize and fight racism in our churches, our systems, our policies, and in our everyday interactions with the people around us.
 
While my heart is still weary, I also want to continue forging a path forward for us. As the body of Christ, we are to take a stand against injustice and work to bring God’s light to the world through Jesus Christ. We started that work with our all-inclusion statement in 2019. We need to continue this work in earnest, and so I have asked for a small group of people to begin working on what an Anti-Racist Allyship would look like at Trinity. Please pray for this group to discern how we can impact the conversation in real and lasting ways and how we can stand firm in our faith and with our brothers and sisters as our community grieves for all that are marginalized because of the color of their skin (for more information, contact dmeyer@trinityumc.org). We need to be clothed in prayer, beacons of light in the darkness, and we need to remember that our battle is a spiritual one as well.

May God bless us as we move forward as one family in Christ.

With gratitude,
Pastor Ken
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