News and Upcoming Events

Trinity's Good News Daily ("the blue thing") can be found here.
Readings for June 7, can be found here.
Online Worship - Sundays - Washington National Cathedral
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Vestry Meeting Highlights – The May Vestry meeting included the following items: The March and April Treasurer’s reports were accepted. Val Folden noted that collections were at 36% of the annual budget, partly because several Trinitarians had prepaid their 2020 giving. Expenses were only about 29% of budget mainly because we are not paying a full-time rector. There was discussion about resuming activities, but we await guidelines from the Diocese. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, the Vestry agreed that we would not have a Trinity Sunday picnic and the annual meeting is on hold. The minister of music committee reported interviewing one candidate and starting discussion with another. Harry Dickinson reported that Bushman Dreyfus Architects are preparing a proposal to create several options for an elevator. Barry Holliday reported that the new boiler installation will start soon. There was discussion of Vestry nominations in preparation for an annual meeting at a future date. Labyrinth construction is waiting on materials. Claire Curcio announced that Mike Gannon has resigned as assistant treasurer and she and others thanked him for his years of service. Many Vestry members commented on the good work of the Technology Committee and Bambi Willis in preparing the morning prayer services online.


Online Sunday School!! Families with children are invited to join us at 10:30 am on Sunday mornings for a 30 – 40 minute Sunday school lesson on Zoom. Our time together will include a few minutes of social (gathering) time, a few songs we all know, some prayer time, a story, and an easy craft response to the story. This will be geared for children ages 5 through fifth grade, but older and younger people are welcome too. Each child/person will need a pencil, a few sheets of paper, and some crayons or colored pencils. I will email some additional materials to everyone on Fridays. If you did not receive an email last week with the information to join the class meeting and would like for your child to participate, please contact Sam Burton.


Youth Group Meeting Via Zoom!! Youth are invited to join us for a youth group meeting via Zoom on Sunday afternoons from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. We will catch up with each other, do a brief Bible study, and play a game. If you did not receive an email last week with the information to join the youth group meeting and would like for your youth to participate, please contact Sam Burton.


Have You Heard? Chatham Bridge is closing for an improvement project. Travelers should follow the detour to cross the Rappahannock River between downtown Fredericksburg and Stafford County. Specific dates for the bridge closing will be announced on message board.


Campus Ministry will continue to meet through the summer on Wednesdays from 5pm – 7pm! We would like to invite all college students (no matter which college!) to gather with us by Zoom. Find the event on our Facebook page