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Surely the presence of the Lord is in this place.
I can feel His mighty power and His grace.
I can hear the brush of angels wings.
I see glory on each face.
Surely the presence of the Lord is in this place.

                                                Lanny Wolfe 

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Join Us on March 19th:  Bishop Carol Gallagher, Assisting Bishop of the Diocese of Montana and Bishop for Native American Ministries in the Episcopal Church

Please join us at the 10:00am service as we host Bishop Carol Gallagher, Assisting Bishop of the Diocese of Montana and Bishop for Native American Ministries in the Episcopal Church.  Luncheon to follow service with Fellowship & Discussion.

Biography:  The Rt. Rev. Carol Gallagher, PHD is a member of the Cherokee tribe and serves as Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Montana and as Bishop Missioner for the Bishops’ Native Collaborative.  Her most recent writing can be found in Coming Full Circle: Constructing Native Christian Theology (August 2015). Her most recent book is entitle Family Theology (2012) and her first book, Reweaving the Sacred (2008), focused on congregational development. She was honored as a Procter Fellow at EDS and with a Louisville Institute Grant. She has served as Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Newark and as Bishop Suffragan in the Diocese of Southern Virginia.

Carol is married to Mark Gallagher and they have three daughters, Emily, Ariel, and Phoebe as well as three grandchildren, Lillian, Silas and Destiny. As the first American Indian female bishop in the Episcopal Church and the first Indigenous female bishop in the worldwide Anglican Communion, Carol shows her gratitude to God by honoring her elders love and teachings, and by offering her gifts and skills for Christ’s service and to do justice within and beyond the Church.

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2017 LUMINARY GARDENS

Join us for our 3rd Annual Presentation of Luminary Gardens.
COST:  
 $10.00 per luminary.
DATE:  
 To be placed on Saturday evening, April 15, Holy Saturday.  We invite you to come by the church after 8:00pm to view the gardens.

The order form can be downloaded and printed here: luminaryflyer2017

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EASTER LILIES

Easter Lilies Order Form

Each year at Easter, Trinity members donate plants and other decorations to the church, either as memorials or thank-offerings.  If you wish to give such a gift, please fill out the form (link above!) and mail it with a check for $20 (per plant) to the church.  Or, you can put form and check together in the collection plate in church.  We need these forms back no later than April 6th so that we can print the list for the Easter bulletins.  Thank you!

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Trinity Church is a wonderful church community.  We are old, young, diverse as to background in every way.  And we are a strong and loving church community.

As with congregants at all other Christian churches, the members of Trinity Episcopal Church are called to follow the Summary of the Law given by our Lord Jesus Christ. That means that we are to love the Lord our God with all our strength /and/ to love our neighbors as ourselves. We are to worship and to forge a genuine, welcoming and accepting community in the process. At Trinity Episcopal Church, we are always striving towards that end, and that means there is always a place for you in our midst. As we constantly invite new people into our fellowship, we are fulfilling our Lord’s Great Commission to the early Church: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” (Matthew 28:19) We are a diverse group at Trinity. We are young families with children. We are retirees with children long grown. We are teenagers and singles. We come from a number of communities that surround Randolph. We come from a range of economic, social, racial and ethnic groups. We are life-long Episcopalians. We are Anglicans from other countries. We are former Roman Catholics and Protestants. We are people with little or no Church background. We are people who have been active in the Church all our lives. But there is one thing we all have in common: Somehow God has spoken to us in this place. We have found a home and we have experienced a genuine community here. And we are convinced there is a place here for you, as well. Come and see!

Trinity Episcopal Church. Where Faith and Family Meet!

Trinity Church, 120 North Main Street, Randolph, MA 02036 phone:781-963-2366; fax: 781-963-2364; email: trinity.randolph@verizon.net