Third Sunday after Epiphany
Sunday, January 21
Hail to the Lord’s Anointed
God, Whose Almighty Word
Thy Holy Wings
O God of Light
Pastor Miller’s Sermon
“Saint Zebedee, Mender of Nets and Floater of Boats”
Comb Through H0ly Trinity’s Archives
This Sunday, January 21
12:25 p.m. (immediately following Mass)
You are invited, following Mass, January 21, to comb through Holy Trinity’s archives to identify interesting stories, milestones, and happenings in our church’s history. These findings will be used by Pastor Miller and the Worship, Music and Arts Committee to help celebrate our 150th anniversary. We are looking for fifteen or so volunteers for 1 ½ hours. Please join us on the 3rd floor of the parish house.
The Holy Trinity
Winter Women’s Shelter
The Holy Trinity Winter Women’s Shelter is open. If you are interested in volunteering, be in touch with Michele deCoteau, our shelter coordinator, Emmy Potter, or call the church office. The shelter is open on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings.
very Sunday, beautiful flowers adorn the altar and lift our worship experience. You are invited to donate flowers to the glory of God in honor of a special occasion in your life or to remember a loved one. Please sign up for altar flowers ($75 a week) at the kiosk or call the church office at 212-877-6815. All coming Sundays are available.
The Social Statements
of the Evangelical Lutheran Church:
What They Are and What They Aren’t
Sunday, January 28 & February 4
12:25 – 1:25 p.m. (immediately following Mass)
What are the Social Statements of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA)? How do they inform our life together and our witness to the world? On Sunday, January 28 and February 4, following Mass, 12:25-1:25 p.m., we will look at the various social statements of the ELCA such as abortion, caring for creation, the death penalty, human sexuality, peace, and race. We will learn what authority such statements bear in our church. On February 4, we will give particular attention to the “Draft Social Statement on Women and Justice,” examining how such a document is created by the ELCA and who determines what it says.
Join the growing number of people who attend Wednesday Evening Mass, discovering God’s presence at the shadows lengthen and the evening falls. This 1/2 hour liturgy is a lovely way to close the day in God’s name.