March 24, 2022

Dear <<First Name>>,

Lilo and Stitch tell us: "Ohana means family. Family means nobody gets left behind or forgotten." 
This saying reminds me of a wonderful game that is talked about in the book Everything I Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten. The game is called Sardines, which is like hide-and-seek, but when you find the person who is It, you get right into their hiding spot with them. "Pretty soon everybody is hiding together, all stacked in a small space like puppies in a pile. And pretty soon somebody giggles and somebody laughs and everybody gets found."
A place where everybody who is lost gets found sounds a lot like the ministry of Jesus. This Sunday we’ll be looking at the story in Luke 15 of the prodigal son (or is it the prodigal father, really?) on Sunday, and how Jesus found those who are lost right in the middle of all of us, right in our families, schools and workplaces. There are different ways of being lost, and God seeks all the lost ones, encouraging us back to the new life God provides.
I hope you join us in worship in person and on-line as we continue our Lenten theme of streams of God’s grace in our midst.
Blessings and light, Pastor Renée

SF Presbytery Presents Podcast Study Group

You're invited to explore and discuss critical issues of life and faith as we attempt to continue our Matthew 25 work in the SF Presbytery. The series is about a wealthy town in Texas where issues of structural racism, diversity, local politics, and educational reform converged to foreshadow the national struggles that are being fought today, and how they affect our hopes for faith-based liberation. The study group, led by Rev. Kamal Hassan from Sojourner Truth Presbyterian Church, will take place on 8 consecutive Wednesdays starting on April 6th from 5:00-6:30 pm. Register in Advance on Zoom:

Did you know that Trinity's supported mission partner...

Latinos Unidos en Cristo (LUEC) is committed to proclaim Christ’s gospel to the minorities of the San Mateo community and carry out an integrated mission program that meets not only spiritual, but also physical, intellectual, social and emotional needs? -COMT

Join Us On Sunday...

In Person Worship at 10am

Please join us in our sanctuary Sunday at 10am. Trinity is committed to providing a safe environment and to ensure a welcoming and inclusive worship experience for all.

The following health and safety guidelines will remain in place until further notice.
  • Masks (preferably disposable surgical) are to be worn indoors at all times - this goes for those who frequent the church building during the week as well.
  • All monetary gifts can be offered via the QR Code available in the Sanctuary and on the livestream OR online here.
  • Those gathered for worship will exit the building (this includes the Narthex) immediately following the Postlude to greet each other outside as weather allows.
If you are experiencing symptoms, are self-isolating due to travel, or have had close contact to a confirmed positive Covid-19 case, please refrain from attending in-person worship.

Centering Ourselves for Worship

Each week, throughout the season of Lent, there will be reflection stations set up in the Narthex with materials intended to help you and your family prepare to worship God. All are encouraged to arrive early and make use of these stations. May this practice aid in centering your spirit, that you might enter the sanctuary and walk through this season in a worshipful manner.

Livestream Worship at 10am

Follow this link directly to our Livestream on Facebook, no account is needed. Our technical team works diligently to resolve any issues prior to worship but from time to time there is bound to be issues. We appreciate your patience if this occurs. 
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