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Breathing Through Another Unusual Fall

Breathing Through Another Unusual Fall

I love the way the air changes and smells this time of year in Minnesota. A little cooler with just a touch of apple and falling leaves and pumpkin spice. So much shifts all around us. The steady beat of God’s creation slowly breathes into a new season. It’s certainly...
Breathing Through Another Unusual Fall

Pan-Doomerang Planning

During the typical summer months, our Trinity staff begins to chart the course for the next year, to plan events and gatherings, TrinityFEST, God’s Work Our Hands, Blessing Backpacks, and restarting Faith Formation. We think about what went well in the last year, what...
Breathing Through Another Unusual Fall

Fully Formed Faith at All Ages

A couple years back—in the before times—when church staff would occasionally attend learning gatherings in person, our team from Trinity was prompted to ask the question: What does a fully formed faith life look like for all ages? In worship? In faith formation? In...
Jesus, Boats, and Staying Afloat in the Storm

Jesus, Boats, and Staying Afloat in the Storm

I’ve been thinking a lot about boats and watercraft lately. With the excessive heat in these last weeks, we have journeyed as a family to the shores of our local lakes for refreshment. We have splashed and swam. We have also paddled and portaged. We have spotted...
Breathing Through Another Unusual Fall

Dear Beloved Godparents

We have had been able to celebrate lots of baptisms this year. It’s always a delight to see who will accompany these young ones in their faith journey. In reflecting on the call of Godparents/Sponsors, Sarah Olson (Children & Family Faith Formation Coordinator)...
Breathing Through Another Unusual Fall

May You Continue Pollinating with God’s Easter Love

This Spring, Trinity’s Green Team has been collaboratively offering different opportunities to engage Caring for God’s Creation. We’ve hosted a “Tree Lady” story time, brainstormed requests for future visits to Trinity’s community solar garden leaves. Trinity even...