The Church of the Holy Trinity
Capital Campaign Update - April 30 2022
On Sunday February 27th we held our Annual Meeting and launched our capital campaign: Foundations for the Future We also led a tour of the Barnard St. property to show the plans we have for the future Outreach use of that building. More opportunity to see the inside of the building will be offered in the weeks and months to come. As of today the new roof on the Barnard St. building has been completed ($52,000) and the work to repoint and repair the buttresses on the north wall of the sanctuary has been completed (28,800). A month ago work began to connect the church buildings with the Barnard St. building. If you would like, progress on this project can be seen by going to the church office. ($50,000) Your vestry has committed another $25,000 for Fire, burglar and access control systems in Barnard St. As of today, we have pledges totaling $288,000 towards our goal of $400,000. Everyone’s participation in this campaign is critical to our success. If you have not yet turned in a pledge card please do so ASAP
Stewardship 2021 Welcome Video - We are delighted to welcome you to our 2021 Stewardship campaign. Please view this 3 minute video with Warren Patterson, your Accounting Warden, as we plan ahead to a year of renewal in 2021 and stewardship!
A message from Sr. Warden Joe McAllister on 2021 stewardship.
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Legacy of Inclusion
The Episcopal church has a legacy of inclusion, aspiring to tell and exemplify God’s love for every human being; women and men serve as bishops, priests, and deacons in our church. Laypeople and clergy cooperate as leaders at all levels of our church. Leadership is a gift from God and can be expressed by all people in our church, regardless of gender, sexual identity or orientation.
We believe that God loves us all – no exceptions.