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Lenten Worship for Wednesday, March 24, 2021

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Wednesdays in Lent we will again use Holden Evening Prayer. In addition to the liturgy and music, speakers will share reflections on the theme Emerging Anew during each of the Wednesday services. This week’s service includes a powerful interview with member Mark Symchych.

 

Community Church Newsletter for March 28, 2021

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The Community Church Newsletter for March 28, 2021, is now available. Holy Trinity’s Equity Team has provided an update. They have done lots of work around institutional racism and have created ways to (start to) address racism at Holy Trinity.

In the newsletter, you’ll see a small picture with our new Black Lives Matter flag. Here’s a video that’s waaaayyyy better. (Thanks, Katie Schroeder!)

The Public Voice and Organizing Committee has put out their spring newsletter. You can read it here.

Worship for Sunday, March 21, 2021

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In our worship we stand in solidarity with the Asian and Pacific Islander Association of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and the ELCA Conference of Bishops, as we lament the violence perpetrated on Asian Americans this week in Atlanta.

 

Community Church Newsletter for March 21, 2021

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The Community Church Newsletter for March 21, 2021, is now available. In today’s newsletter, Libby Olstad talks about the ACTION ( A Commitment to Inclusion in Our Neighborhoods) Project. The project was created and administered by Rev. Jia Starr Brown of First Covenant in Minneapolis. It sounds like the group is doing really important work.

There’s an opportunity to register for a 3-part course with Scott McCrae. It starts Tuesday, March 16, so if you’re interested, you’ll need to act quickly.

Lenten Worship for Wednesday, March 3, 2021

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May the words of our benediction bless all of you this week: O Sacred Darkness of whom we are born, you sing, you bloom and give life. As beautiful blackness guides our feet, we walk with peace into the night, we walk with peace into the night.