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Weekly Services

Monday, 9:30 a.m.
Homewood Residence
9606 N.E. Zac Lentz Pkwy.

Wednesday, 10 a.m.
Traditional Spoken Service,
With Anointing for Healing.
No Music 

Sunday, 8 a.m. (Rite I)
Traditional Spoken Service, 
No Music

Sunday, 10:30 a.m. (Rite II)
Contemporary Language Service 
with Organ and Choir 

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Trinity is a place where individuals and families worship and serve God, in a safe, encouraging and nurturing environment. Jesus is alive in our world, and He's working in Trinity Episcopal Church! We encourage you to visit us soon and see what God is doing in our church, in the lives of our congregation and in our community. To learn more about our church and ministries, please click on the links above.

Discover what Lent means to you...
Programs start at 6pm and dinner is provided

Sunday, February 22  at St. Francis
Scott Brown is Rector at St. Alban’s in Harlengen, Texas, and
has recently published his first book “The Gift of You.”

Sunday, March 1 at St. Francis
Mary Earle is a writer, spiritual director, retreat leader and
Episcopal priest who has written a number of books on Spirituality.

Sunday, March 8  at St. Francis
Leslie Williams is an author, professor and artist who has written
non-fiction and fiction about the Christian life. 
Sunday, March 15 at Trinity
James Dennis writes poetry, has written about Coastal Texas,
and frequently lectures about spiritual disciplines.

Sunday, March 22 at Trinity
Bill Clough is a journalist and is writing a photo book “Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust,”
that chronicles life from the past in the Texas Panhandle.

Sunday, March 29 at Trinity
Taize Service - Combining music, silence, and worship, a Taize service offers a
wonderful opportunity to be silent and center on the Lord. 


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February 2015

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