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In-person worship Sunday at 10:30 a.m. — The Holy Eucharist: Rite II

The service will be streamed on the Trinity Facebook page.

The Trinity Episcopal Church Women will meet Sunday (May 16) in the parish hall after the 10:30 a.m. service.  CDC guidelines will be followed.  Light refreshments will be provided.  Karen Berry

Thy Kingdom Come: A call to prayer The Trinity Chapter of the Daughters of the King would like to invite the Trinity congregation to join us in in a prayer initiative called Thy Kingdom Come.  This program was initiated by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York of the Church of England in 2016.  Beginning on May 13 and ending on May 23, 2021, for 11 days, we will pray daily for 5 friends or family to come to faith in Jesus. This is a global prayer movement. You can read more information and register (registering is not required) at thykingdomcome.global.

After the Ascension of Jesus, Mary and the disciples gathered and prayed as they waited for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. In that tradition, between Ascension and Pentecost, we are praying that God’s spirit will touch 5 friends or family to respond to God’s call. Pray privately in whatever manner is best for you.  If you have any questions, please contact Donna Coker (870-692-0445). 


In-person worship protocols:

·        Enter and leave through the Bell Tower door, maintaining a safe social distance at all times.  

·        Masks are required to enter the church and must be worn at all times.  Hand sanitizer and extra masks available if needed.

·        Sit only in pews marked with ribbons.  Families and persons living in the same household may sit together without social distancing.

·        The congregation may receive Holy Communion in one kind only or receive a Blessing.

·        An offering plate will be located at the door.

·        When exiting the church, maintain a safe social distance of at least six feet at all times.

The Parish Hall will be closed before and after worship.

The church buildings remain closed to the public.  The staff is coming into the office for limited and specific purposes.  The best way to reach the staff is via email at office@trinitychurchpb.org.  You may also call 870-534-3832 and leave a voicemail message.

Neighbor to Neighbor relies on support from Trinity and other churches and organizations to help meet the challenge of food insecurity in our community.  The agency serves 75-100 lunches daily and feeds approximately 500 families per month through its food pantry.  Donations are needed.  If you would like to help, please drop off non-perishable food and supplies at Neighbor to Neighbor, 1419 Pine Street, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through Friday or call 534- 2883 to arrange pick up.  If you prefer to make a monetary donation instead, please make your check payable to Trinity Church, note “Neighbor to Neighbor” on the memo line, and mail it to the church or drop in the offering plate.  The agency is currently in need of these items:

·        Food — Spaghetti sauce, tuna, peanut butter, cereal, corn, green beans, rice (1- to 2-pound bags), cheese, noodles, and cookies.

·        Personal Hygiene Items — Toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, body lotion, over-the-counter cough medicine, allergy relief medicines, pain relievers (Tylenol, aspirin, Motrin, etc.), multi-vitamins for children and adults.

Thank you for anything you can do to help our neighbors in need.

The Committee Against Spouse Abuse (CASA) Women’s Shelter is in need of towels, wash cloths, body wash and laundry detergent.  Please call 870-535-2955 for information on dropping off donations.