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Trinity schedules additional
Holy Eucharist services.


To expand the opportunity for parishioners and our neighbors to participate in Holy Eucharist,  Trinity's ministry team is adding two additional mid-week worship services in our Chapel, as well as rescheduling another one.



Trinity's Vacation Bible School exceeds everyone's expectations.  

 

With an exceptional program led by a resourceful team of Trinity Volunteers and Staff, our "Soaring For Our Savior" Vacation Bible School ran from June 23 through June 27 Trinity's campus.
 

With over 30 participants, we exceeded past VBS attendance records and provided an exceptional program that will be remembered by everyone for years to come.
 

To browse the photo album from Trinity's 2014 VBS, click here. To see the many photo albums of Trinity activities, click here.
 


 



Starting Tuesday, June 10 and continuing each week on Tuesdays, Trinity will observe Eucharist at 4:00 PM. The following day, on Wednesdays, Eucharist will be celebrated at 9:00 AM.
 


 

Then, starting June 12 on Thursday mornings, Trinity's traditional Holy Eucharist and Healing Service will begin at a new time. Instead of 9:30 AM, the worship service will begin a half-hour later, at 10:00 AM.
 

We cordially invite everyone to include a mid-week worship service on their schedules.
 


 

Trinity clergy leads Blessing of the Animals.


When the Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County hosted their annual Blessing of the Animals last month, Trinity’s clergy team was on hand to officiate.
 

Fr. Chris Rodriquez, Rector, and Fr. Jason Murbarger, Assistant to the Rector, led prayers as neighbors lined up with their beloved pets. Fr. Rodriguez also offered a brief homily focusing on the unique relationships that exists between pets and their families.

“I found the occasion to be quite inspirational,” observed Randy Johnson, who attended with his 12-year old mixed-breed dog, Solomon. “We enjoyed being with people who are united in their love for animals and we are grateful for the blessings we share with these special creatures.”

The Blessing of the Animals, a non-denominational community-wide event, caught the attention of area media and was covered by the Press Journal/TCPalm, VeroNews, WQCS-FM Radio, and other media. The preceding links show photos and audio reporting from this year’s event. Also, you can enjoy pictures from our own photo album.
 


 

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