We are an open, welcoming, searching, spiritually pondering community. We come from all walks of life, from different points of view, from very young to wise elder. We may not be your grandmother's church, but we might be the church you've been praying for. We are all on a spiritual journey, walking each other home, as we learn how to be the Body of Christ in a hurting world.
What to Expect
Come as you are, we do. We remember what it felt like to walk into a new church and we want you to feel genuinely welcomed in this place. Some of us dress up in our Sunday best and others do not. We are a rainbow of God's people in discipleship together. Come and see.
Please join us for Worship:
Sundays @ 7:30a, 8:30a, 9:45a, & 11:00a
Education & Adult Forum @ 9:45a
Wednesdays @12n Eucharist w/healing
Lenten Community Worship
Wednesdays @12n, lunch follows
This Week's Message
A Letter to our children and youth,
We want you to know you are always welcomed here and that we will always love you. No matter how old you were when you were baptized, the people smiled and enthusiastically welcomed you into the faith. As a baby you may have cried out, but no one was annoyed. Mostly, they wanted to come and help your parents comfort you. As a toddler you might have occasionally escaped from the pew, much to the consternation of your parents, but to the delight of the congregation.
We welcomed your eager faces at the communion rail. Sometimes parents say they had a favorite age or time in their child’s life, but we enjoyed watching you grow. Sunday school teachers share with us the amazing and insightful things you say and do. At times, it seemed we just turned around and you had grown several inches.
As you became a youth, we had more opportunity to hear for ourselves the wise and witty things you had to say. Fortunately, we have had more opportunity to laugh with you than to cry with you, but whatever you might need we are here for you.
Please know you are a valued and essential part of this congregation and we give thanks that you are here. Soon some of you will be leaving us for parts unknown. Go with our blessing and take with you our love. Know that when you return to visit or to stay, we will rejoice to welcome you back.
Stuart and Vinnie
SEASON OF LENT
The weeks leading up to Easter are a traditional time of taking stock of our lives,
where we are becoming more the people God imagines
and where we want to challenge ourselves to grow.
Our theme for this Lent is: Love is......
Join us Wednesdays for community worship @12n, lunch follows!
You will be warmly welcomed.
Trinity Episcopal Church
9325 West Street
Manassas, VA 20110
Carole Keily - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday Worship Times
7:30a, 8:30a, 9:45a, 11:00a