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March 17, 2022

Dear <<First Name>>,
 

The young mother seemed both sad and inspired when she told me, “Just when I think I have them figured out, when I begin to understand how they think and feel, they move on to another stage.” She was describing the loss that is part of our ordinary growth and development in the lives of healthy families, their parents, and children. “I wish someone had prepared me for all the losses ahead,” she added. Her words, narrating both sadness and joy, were yet another reminder of the relentlessness of change, as earlier that day I had visited with a woman who was leaving her mother in an assisted living facility for the first time, and had a funeral that very afternoon for a young Dad who had died of cancer.
 
If we consider it honestly and thoughtfully, it may be true that all our life is full of transitions. We are rarely the same person tomorrow that we were yesterday, despite the appearances of constancy and order that we generally prefer.
 
An ancient preacher of the Hebrew people wrote: “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven…” (Ecclesiastes 3) The Psalms also are replete with images of the changing seasons of life... 
 
But as is always the case for people of faith, times of change and transition are also opportunities to experience God’s rich and abiding faithfulness. Who knows what new and good things are yet ahead for us by God’s grace?
 
As we prepare to welcome a new Interim Pastor to partner with us in ministry and lead us through this continued time of transition, we can be confident that all the seasons of our life as individuals and as a congregation are in the hands of a living and gracious God. “For the Lord is good; his steadfast love endures forever, and his faithfulness to all generations.” (Psalm 100:5) Thanks be to God!
 
See you in Worship!

Pastor Brittany

Memorial Service for Rhoda Luttrell


A Service of Witness to the Resurrection will be held for Rhoda Luttrell this Saturday, March 19th at 1 o'clock pm. Masks will be required. The service will be followed by a reception on the patio, weather permitting. In the case of inclement weather, the Fellowship Hall and Fireside Room will be opened.

If you would like to join the service via livestream, you may do so here.

If you would like to attend in-person, but need help with transportation OR if you would like to help provide transportation for others, please contact Suzanne Wilsey at 650-591-2269 or suzannewilsey@sbcglobal.net

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


GAIA (Global Aids Interfaith Alliance) operates 7 fully stocked mobile health clinics providing care for 1.2 million rural Malawians living far off of the health care grid because 14.3 Malawians lack access to care for preventable illnesses? -GOMT

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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