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Honduras!

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working with Emanuel Children's Home.



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Weekly/Monthly Events


Mon-Fri 12:00n
AA

Meets in basement.
Enter on St. Clair St.

Wed 10am
Bible Study

1st Floor - Walbridge Rm.

Fri 6pm
Food for Thought

Lunch Packing
2nd Floor, My Brother's Place

Sat 10am
Food for Thought

Lunch Sharing
Adams & Michigan

2nd Sat 9am
Men's Group

Rick's City Diner
5333 Monroe St.

Twice a month
Small Groups

Fall Session begins in Sept.


TRINITYTOLEDO

Progressive X Inclusive X Creative X Urban

Welcome

 

Welcome to the Internet home of Trinity Episcopal Church of Toledo Ohio!

Whether you have been practicing in a faith tradition for some time or are not sure what to believe, you are welcome here.

 

We at Trinity are an inclusive, progressive, and creative community located in the heart of downtown Toledo. We are committed to the following ideals:

  • We will practice radical hospitality.
  • We will be engaged in the life of our city.
  • We will stand with those in need: the poor, the sick, the friendless, the marginalized.
  • We will actively invite all to experience and celebrate God’s living presence.
  • We will journey together toward a Christ-centered life, pursuing personal ministries that connect us to God, to one another, and to the world around us.

 

We reach out to the world and to the community to show the faith can bring peace, justice, and hope.

  

Have you found organized religion to be irrelevant or repressive? Try Trinity.
Don't fit in at your church? Neither did Jesus. Try Trinity.
Now that you found our home page, keep reading, give us a call, and come to a service on a Sunday or a Wednesday. You just might go from home page to spiritual home! Try Trinity.

 

"...let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth." 
1 John 3.18  

 

Upcoming Events



October 5  
Feast of St. Francis

At our Feast of St. Francis celebration on Sunday, October 5, we’ll bless God’s furred, finned and feathered creatures. We’ll have an “animal-free” liturgy at 8:30 and an “animalfriendly” 10:30 service with pet blessings. Be sure that all of your animals are on a leash or in a carrier.

We’re also collecting donations of dog and cat food (dry or canned) on this Sunday to be given to Feed Your Neighbor. If you’re bringing a beloved pet to be blessed, please bring along a bag or can of pet food as a blessing for beloved pets in poor families.

October 10 at
6p / 7p
 
Bachtoberfest: Part Vier!

It's one more evening of brats, beer and Bach, a traditional German dinner followed by amazing music of this Baroque master.

Click here for more information


Tickets: 6p Dinner and Concert $35
            7p Concert only $15

Purchase Tickets at: http://sononovo.brownpapertickets.com

October 11 at 9AM  
Men's Breakfast

Men's Breakfast
Rick's City Diner
5333 Monroe St.

October 12  
Instructed Eucharist

Before there was a New Testament or creeds as we know them, Christians gathered together for worship in a form very similar to what we know today as Holy Eucharist. As we read in the Book of Acts, Christians gathered together for the “breaking of the bread and the prayers.” From the days of the early Church, the Holy Eucharist has been the central event in Christian worship and it is designed to teach us, feed us, and inspire us.

Every Eucharist is a drama - a drama in which we enact, proclaim and participate in the mighty acts of God.

On Sunday, Oct. 12, our drama will be a little different, because we will stop the action at certain points to explain its significance. Each service will be an Instructed Eucharist, a narrated service with explanations at various moments to help make clearer and more obvious what we’re doing and why we’re doing it. In this way, each of us may come to a deeper understanding of our worship and its meaning and may participate with more insight, enthusiasm, and ultimately, greater spiritual benefit.

finding different ways of connecting to us as a people of Christ Click here for Worship Helpers or information about Weddings, Funerals or Baptism

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Worship Schedule:

Sunday Worship:
8:30 am: Traditional style Eucharist with Organ
10:30 am: Emergent style Eucharist
with a variety of music styles.


Wednesday Worship: 
12:10 pm: Mid week worship with Communion

 

Childcare provided for children 5 and under during service.

Directions:

finding different ways of connecting to us as a people of Christ Click here for map, directions from freeways & TARTA

316 Adams

Toledo Ohio, 43604

Phone: 419-243-1231

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