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Welcome to Trinity Everett!

Trinity Episcopal Church is an open and affirming parish celebrating life through worship, love and service to welcome everyone just as God created them. We strive for just and peace among all people and respect the dignity of every human being.

Where ever you are on your spiritual journey you are welcome at Trinity; whether you are single, married, divorced, separated, or partnered, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, economic condition, physical or mental ability. We believe that God strengthens the world in the diversity of unity and love! All are welcome at God’s Table!

The First Sunday in Lent – February 28th 2018

Rector’s Column

February 2018

And not only that, but we also boast in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope does not disappoint us, because God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit that has been given to us. Romans 5:3-5   Dear Friends, Our Annual Parish Meeting held on January 21st…

Upcoming Events

Civil Discourse: The Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations – Civil Discourse in Context

Description: This 5-week series was written by members of the Presiding Bishop’s staff from the Office of Government Relations and the Formation Department, and is designed for church groups, adult forums, campus ministries and youth groups (not recommended for younger than 14 years old). Through a consideration of voices from around The Episcopal Church, attendees will join The Rev. Rachel Taber-Hamilton to reflect…

Civil Discourse: The Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations – Tenets of Civil Discourse

Description: This 5-week series was written by members of the Presiding Bishop’s staff from the Office of Government Relations and the Formation Department, and is designed for church groups, adult forums, campus ministries and youth groups (not recommended for younger than 14 years old). Through a consideration of voices from around The Episcopal Church, attendees will join The Rev. Rachel Taber-Hamilton to reflect…

Civil Discourse: The Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations – Values-Based Conversations

Description: This 5-week series was written by members of the Presiding Bishop’s staff from the Office of Government Relations and the Formation Department, and is designed for church groups, adult forums, campus ministries and youth groups (not recommended for younger than 14 years old). Through a consideration of voices from around The Episcopal Church, attendees will join The Rev. Rachel Taber-Hamilton to reflect…

Civil Discourse: The Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations – The Complexities of Policy

Description: This 5-week series was written by members of the Presiding Bishop’s staff from the Office of Government Relations and the Formation Department, and is designed for church groups, adult forums, campus ministries and youth groups (not recommended for younger than 14 years old). Through a consideration of voices from around The Episcopal Church, attendees will join The Rev. Rachel Taber-Hamilton to reflect…

Civil Discourse: The Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations – Sacred Space for Debate

Description: This 5-week series was written by members of the Presiding Bishop’s staff from the Office of Government Relations and the Formation Department, and is designed for church groups, adult forums, campus ministries and youth groups (not recommended for younger than 14 years old). Through a consideration of voices from around The Episcopal Church, attendees will join The Rev. Rachel Taber-Hamilton to reflect…

Tenebrae Service

Wednesday, March 28 – Tenebrae Service at 7:30 PM An ancient Christian Prayer Service, ushering in the darkness into which the Light of Christ will not enter again until the time of the Great Vigil of Easter – this service is approximately 45 minutes in length.

Maundy Thursday

Thursday, March 29 – Maundy Thursday Service at 7:30 PM A Eucharistic Service, including the commemoration of Jesus’ washing the feet of his friends and saying goodbye to those who knew and loved him; the service concludes with the actions of stripping the altar and removing all symbols of the presence of Christ. Following the conclusion of the service, Trinity will remain open for silent prayer…

Stations of the Cross

Friday, March 30 – Stations of the Cross at 12:00 PM (Noon)

Solemn Good Friday Service

Friday, March 30 –  Solemn Good Friday Service at 7:30 PM There is no Eucharist at this service; the Passion of the Cross memorialized in this rite, including the veneration of the cross and meditation in the tomb – special devotions and music by a chamber orchestra are very moving elements of this service.  This service is is approximately 60 minutes in length.

The Great Vigil of Easter

Saturday, March 31 – The Great Vigil of Easter at 7:30 PM This is an ancient rite of the Church. This is a sung service, similar to monastic chant settings, during which the new Easter flame and candle will be lit, certain stories of our faith history will be read, and the light of the newly blessed Pascal candle will be spread among the…

The Feast of the Resurrection – Family Service

10:00am – Family Service (w/choir and chamber orchestra), 85 minutes in length (The Family Service is immediately followed by a children’s Easter Egg hunt, outside – weather permitting – or inside if needs be)

Episcopal 101: The History, Polity and Faith of The Episcopal Church – Introduction and Background

Description: This 8-Part Series was designed as an introduction to the unique history, polity and tenets of faith that characterize The Episcopal Church.  Whether you are a “cradle” Episcopalian, new to the church or considering an adult commitment to the Episcopal faith, this series is open to all inquirers (age 16 and up).  This series is REQUIRED for anyone seeking reception or confirmation in…

Episcopal 101: The History, Polity and Faith of The Episcopal Church – Culture and Religion

Description: This 8-Part Series was designed as an introduction to the unique history, polity and tenets of faith that characterize The Episcopal Church.  Whether you are a “cradle” Episcopalian, new to the church or considering an adult commitment to the Episcopal faith, this series is open to all inquirers (age 16 and up).  This series is REQUIRED for anyone seeking reception or confirmation in…

Episcopal 101: The History, Polity and Faith of The Episcopal Church – Colony and Communion

Description: This 8-Part Series was designed as an introduction to the unique history, polity and tenets of faith that characterize The Episcopal Church.  Whether you are a “cradle” Episcopalian, new to the church or considering an adult commitment to the Episcopal faith, this series is open to all inquirers (age 16 and up).  This series is REQUIRED for anyone seeking reception or confirmation in…

Episcopal 101: The History, Polity and Faith of The Episcopal Church – The Shape of Decision Making

Description: This 8-Part Series was designed as an introduction to the unique history, polity and tenets of faith that characterize The Episcopal Church.  Whether you are a “cradle” Episcopalian, new to the church or considering an adult commitment to the Episcopal faith, this series is open to all inquirers (age 16 and up).  This series is REQUIRED for anyone seeking reception or confirmation in…

Episcopal 101: The History, Polity and Faith of The Episcopal Church – Identity and Expression

Description: This 8-Part Series was designed as an introduction to the unique history, polity and tenets of faith that characterize The Episcopal Church.  Whether you are a “cradle” Episcopalian, new to the church or considering an adult commitment to the Episcopal faith, this series is open to all inquirers (age 16 and up).  This series is REQUIRED for anyone seeking reception or confirmation in…

Episcopal 101: The History, Polity and Faith of The Episcopal Church – With This We Pray

Description: This 8-Part Series was designed as an introduction to the unique history, polity and tenets of faith that characterize The Episcopal Church.  Whether you are a “cradle” Episcopalian, new to the church or considering an adult commitment to the Episcopal faith, this series is open to all inquirers (age 16 and up).  This series is REQUIRED for anyone seeking reception or confirmation in…

Episcopal 101: The History, Polity and Faith of The Episcopal Church – The Issue of Our Time

Description: This 8-Part Series was designed as an introduction to the unique history, polity and tenets of faith that characterize The Episcopal Church.  Whether you are a “cradle” Episcopalian, new to the church or considering an adult commitment to the Episcopal faith, this series is open to all inquirers (age 16 and up).  This series is REQUIRED for anyone seeking reception or confirmation in…

Episcopal 101: The History, Polity and Faith of The Episcopal Church – The True Occasion of Unity

Description: This 8-Part Series was designed as an introduction to the unique history, polity and tenets of faith that characterize The Episcopal Church.  Whether you are a “cradle” Episcopalian, new to the church or considering an adult commitment to the Episcopal faith, this series is open to all inquirers (age 16 and up).  This series is REQUIRED for anyone seeking reception or confirmation in…

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