news from holy trinity

 
worship schedule

Sunday Mass at 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Mass at 6:30 p.m. (currently on hiatus)
Bach Vespers at 5:00 p.m. (resumes February 6)

All services are both in-person and live streamed. All Holy Trinity live streams can be accessed here: https://www.holytrinitynyc.org/live.

We have concluded our ongoing series of Tuesday Evening Prayer. Instead, join us in-person or online for Wednesday Mass! Additionally, Pastor Tim hosts a Holy Trinity social hour on Zoom on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. Please feel free to have a snack and/or beverage nearby. That link is here: https://tinyurl.com/HTZoom.

 

altar flowers

If you would like to give altar flowers in memory of a loved one or in commemoration of an event, contact austin@holytrinitynyc.org 

 

 

membership at holy trinity

Are you considering membership at Holy Trinity? From time to time, Pastor Tim puts together an orientation for new members. In addition to participating in the life of the congregation, members of Holy Trinity are given opportunities for leadership in this church. If you’re interested in more information about what membership means here, email Pastor Tim.

the wartburg choir at holy trinity

The Wartburg Choir is presenting its National Tour from April 22 through May 1, 2022. Under the direction of Dr. Lee Nelson, the 78-voice choir will perform a concert at Holy Trinity on Saturday, April 30 at 4:00 p.m. The concert is free; a free-will offering will be collected.

For more about the Wartburg Choir: https://www.wartburg.edu/choir/.


Our 2022 Lenten Penitential Offering

As the season of Lent comes to a close, make a gift to Holy Trinity's Lenten Penitential Offering. Holy Trinity has a tradition of a dedicated Lenten offering in which we designate a cause, project or happening to be the recipient of kindness and generosity from our congregation during these 40 days. For 2022, the Generosity Committee at Holy Trinity is casting a vision to raise $20,000 to support Holy Trinity on "the inside" and on "the outside."

how to give
• Give via credit, debit, or ACH at https://www.tinyurl.com/giveHT
• Send a Zelle through your bank to office@holytrinitynyc.org
• Venmo the church @holytrinitynyc (search under businesses)

Thank you for your support!


april is thrivent action team month
 

The Generosity Committee at Holy Trinity is excited to share with you that April is Thrivent Action Team month:

Thrivent Financial provides grants of $250 towards a ministry at Holy Trinity, and if you're a Thrivent member, all you have to do is go online to thrivent.com/actionteam and fill out a brief application. 

If you aren't a member of Thrivent, you can still participate by becoming an associate member of Thrivent. For an annual fee of $19.95, an associate membership qualifies you for one action team every year. (Yes, that's just $19.95 in order to get a $250 grant.)

Curious to learn more? Read more here. And thanks for your support. 

Suzanne Boccio
Holy Trinity Generosity Committee

 

 


june 18: moral march on washington

The Service and Advocacy Committee invites members of Holy Trinity to attend The Poor People’s Campaign, Moral March on Washington on June 18, 2022. If you are able to attend, mark your calendars to set aside this important date. It is our intention to charter a bus for members of Holy Trinity and some of our neighboring congregations to attend this important event. This is our opportunity to speak up for the poor people in our city and make our demands known to our legislators in Washington. To indicate interest, send an email to Sue Boccio at meandsuzzy@aol.com.

Pictured Left: members of Holy Trinity joined the Moral March on Wall Street on Monday, April 11 which culminated in a mass meeting of organizers from New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island, and Maine at Trinity Church on Wall Street. The Reverend Liz Theoharis and The Reverend William Barber II, co-chairs of the campaign, alongside many others, spoke to the significance of this movement and moment.


summer STEM camp hosted by HT

Launch Math + Science Centers will be offering exciting, educational, weeklong STEM camps for K-4th graders at Holy Trinity this summer! Campers discover physics and archaeology, create architectural structures, code roving robots – and more. Each week is jam-packed with hands-on STEM projects. Plus, campers explore challenge-based problem-solving activities and learn the techniques needed to make cool videos. Register by March 31st to receive BIG early bird discounts! Plus, members of the Holy Trinity community can use promo code HolyTrinity2022 at checkout for an additional $50 off (good through May 31). Know someone who might be interested? Send them to www.launchmath.com to register today!



important dates

Sunday, April 10 - Holy Week begins - Palm Sunday

Monday, April 11 - The Poor People’s Campaign Moral March on NYC, 4:30 pm Battery Park

Thursday, April 14 - Maundy Thursday mass, 7 pm

Friday, April 15 - Good Friday mass, 7 pm

Saturday, April 16 - Easter Vigil, 7 pm

Sunday, April 17 - Easter Sunday mass, 11 am, followed by Brunch at the Suttells. All are welcome!

Sunday, April 17 - Bach Vespers, 5 pm

Saturday, June 18 - The Poor People’s Campaign, Moral March on Washington, 9 am in D.C.


Send your announcements to pastortim@holytrinitynyc.org. Content must be received by Tuesday at noon for inclusion in the weekly e-newsletter.

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