Sunday, March 10 at 9am
in Pierce-Bishop Hall
Lindsey Hankins is a PhD candidate at Princeton Theological Seminary with previous degrees in Historical and Systematic Theology (MA) and Christian History (MA) from Wheaton College and Biblical and Theological Studies from Bethel University, MN (BA). Her MA thesis, Making Martyrs Male: A Reappraisal of Gendered Rhetoric in Ancient Martyrdom Accounts, was written under the support of Wheaton's Center for Early Christian Studies fellowship grant. She is currently completing a dissertation on Thomas Aquinas and prayer.
Saturday, March 16 from 10am–3pm
at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
(801 W State St, Trenton, NJ 08618)
Registration is free and lunch in provided.
Join the Lutheran Episcopal Advocacy Ministry of New Jersey (LEAMNJ) on Saturday, March 16th for a day of learning as we ask the question, “Who is my neighbor?” Deepen your understanding of how we can be a strong community of support and advocacy from policy experts in the areas of immigration, solitary confinement, drug policy, gun violence, poverty, hunger, housing, and care of creation.
Welcome Krish O’Mara Vignarajah, former Policy Director to First Lady Michelle Obama, and the President and Chief Executive Officer of Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services. Sharing from her personal experience as a refugee, Krish will respond to the question, “Who is my Neighbor?”
Immigration Justice: Johanna Calle, Alliance for Immigrant Justice
Economic Justice: Arnold Cohen, Housing and Community Development Network NJ Renee Koubiadis, Anti Poverty Network of NJ
Criminal Justice: Meagan Glaser, Drug Policy Alliance NJ
Environmental Justice: Sarah Newell, Green Faith NJ Community Violence Prevention: Bob Moore, Cease Fire NJ
Biblical Foundations of Advocacy: David Stoner, LEAMNJ
Friday, April 26 from 4pm–8pm
Saturday, April 27 from 9am–2 pm
(Volunteers needed for set-up April 23-26!)
On Friday, beginning at 12 noon, numbered, $10 Friday Preview Sale Entry tickets will be sold in the parish office. On Saturday, all items are sold half-price, from 12 noon to 2pm.
The following items for sale will be ladies and men’s better clothing, family and bargain clothing, antiques, art, books, housewares, ladies fashion accessories, toys, Christmas decorations, linens and shoes.
The sale will be staged on two floors, and there is an elevator to reach the lower floor. Refreshments will be for sale.
The donation of the above items to the Trinity rummage sale is appreciated; however, furniture, major appliances, baby equipment and pet products cannot be accepted. Tax donation forms are available in the parish office.
Proceeds from the sale will benefit Trinity Outreach agencies in Mercer County, New Jersey and beyond.
Prayer Shawls are prayerfully knit by members of the Trinity community, blessed by Clergy and given to members of our church community or anyone they love near or far when they are facing illness, grief, or any other serious challenge. Shawls have a label attached to them with the blessing “A warm hug from God” which is how one recipient described the shawl she received. Shawls are appropriate for men and women, children and adults alike. Recipients have told us they are deeply comforting. We also knit Prayer Squares which are lovingly made and blessed but are smaller, perfect when a shawl is too large and wonderful for everyone.
We would love more knitters!
We meet the second Wednesday of every month, from 10am to noon in the Parlor. Please join us!
To request a prayer shawl or square, please:
Sunday, March 10 at 9am
in Pierce-Bishop Hall
C. Clifton Black, Princeton Theological Seminary’s Otto A. Piper Professor of Biblical Theology, earned his MA in theology from the University of Bristol, his MDiv from Emory University, and his PhD from Duke University. He is an ordained elder in the Western North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church. While his research interests concentrate in the New Testament’s Gospels, particularly in Mark, he publishes in many fields, including biblical theology, New Testament rhetoric, and the history of biblical interpretation. He offers a broad array of courses, including New Testament introduction, the exegesis of Mark’s Gospel, biblical theology and the practice of ministry, the parables of Jesus, major themes in New Testament theology, the biblical and Shakespearean visions, prayer in the New Testament, series in faith and film, as well as several doctoral-level seminars. He is the author, editor, or collaborating author of twenty books, and has published more than 200 essays, articles, and reviews. Black is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature, the Catholic Biblical Association, Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas, the Center of Theological Inquiry, and the American Association of University Professors. He serves as secretary of the American Theological Society.
Sunday, March 24 at 5pm
Join us as our confirmands make a public affirmation of their faith and commitment to the responsibilities of their baptism. If you wish to be received or confirmed as an adult, please reach out to one of our clergy. There will be reception to follow in Pierce Hall.
We need volunteers to help with food and clean up for the reception.