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Holy Week and Eastertide Groups


Art: Arcabas - Road to Jerusalem


Dear Trinity,


As we round the bend toward Easter, this "last lap" is the perhaps the hardest, and the best. This Sunday, our sanctuary colors turn red to represent the passionate and sacrificial outpouring of our Lord Jesus Christ, on our behalf. "Because he first loved us..."


As we'll see, this love consistently leads us out of darkness, into light.Through death, and into resurrection!


Where will Jesus' passion meet you? And where will He bring you during the 50 Days of Easter?


Part of God's heart for us as Easter people is that no one walks alone...And to that end, we look forward to some new small groups and classes coming up. These groups are part of how we live "face to face" with each other at Trinity. It's in community that we are formed, and it's when we walk alongside others that we can become fully alive in Christ.


Check out the groups below.


The Marriage Course


Whether you’ve been married six months or 40 years, these seven weeks will give you time and space to focus on your relationship this spring.




Anglican Discovery

 

Learn in community with Nate Kellogg about how our Anglican tradition helps us step into the life of Jesus to serve His good world.




Confirmation Cohort

 

Join a 4-week cohort with Pastor Matt to better understand your baptism in Christ, as well as publicly confirm your faith in God.



 

Love Talks:

Reauthoring the Sexual Autobiography for Women of Faith

Friday, March 22 @ 6:30pm



If you have joined Pastor Matt for one of the two Love Talks he’s given recently, then you’ve caught a glimpse of how you might lay down some thoughtful, playful, and gradual stepping stones for your kids to understand the beautiful mystery of sex.  And the more comfortable and confident we can approach these conversations, the better. Kids are, after all, very perceptive to our discomfort!


But many of us carry some wounds regarding our sexuality—from harmful interactions, from unhelpful messages, from mistakes made, and/or from the silence of those who raised us.  We may find it difficult to talk or even think about our story of sexuality unfolding, because it brings up painful feelings like shame, fear, regret, and confusion. And the consequence to our relationships with our kids, spouse, body, and our Creator by way of our avoidance or reactivity, are very real. 


But there is hope!  Thinking about your story is the first step. That’s what you’ll do with me on March 22nd, if you choose to come. Talking about your story is the next step, and I hope that flows out into your relationships after our evening together.


Women, whether you have a car full of kids or no kids at all, you’re married, you’re single, you’re young, you’re not so young, this conversation is for you!  And men, you are welcome to come join us too. You will likely learn some things that will help you understand and love the women in your lives. 


In hopeful anticipation of all things being made new (especially sexuality), 


Natalie Eggers


 

Holy Week


  • Palm Sunday March 24 (8:30am & 9:45am service)

  • Evensong March 24 @ 6pm

  • Good Friday March 29 (7pm service)

  • This year on Good Friday, we will continue our traditional service of the stripping of the Christmas Tree, and turning it into a barren cross. During our service, you'll get the opportunity to cut off a branch of the Christmas Tree as you "cut off" something in your life that is hindering you from connection with the Lord. We started this service in Scotland in an attempt to...  Continue Reading

  • Easter Prayer Vigil March 30-31

  • This Easter, Trinity will again be hosting a 24-hour silent prayer vigil. Please consider joining the vigil starting at 5:30 am on Sat, March 30, and ending Easter morning at sunrise (6:41 am). If you are new to solitude, there will be a helpful readings in the vigil room to guide your time.  Consider signing up for a 2-hour period. Or if your schedule doesn’t allow for a 2-hour commitment, consider stopping by for a shorter period on Saturday. Drop-in Hours: 7:30am - 7:30pm Holy Saturday Read more about the Prayer Vigil

  • Easter Sunday March 31 (8:30am & 9:45am service)

 

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If you have a personal need (like a job, or housing, etc.), an event you’d like to promote, or something you’d like our church body to be aware of, you can email hello@trinitywenatchee.org for us to review before posting. 


  • Join us for our third annual Easter Sunrise Parking Lot Dancing on Sunday, March 31 at 6:25 a.m. Dress in warm clothes that allow for movement and come prepared for embodied worship and praise as we celebrate the Resurrection through dance! No experience required…bring a scarf or borrow one of ours…its so exhilarating, we can hardly wait!  Reach out to Anni Evans with questions: 509-670-6795.



  • Hebrew Language Class (local, in-person) - Rabbi Stanley Chester (Messianic Jewish faith) teaches Hebrew in 6-week segments for $30 in Wenatchee. Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels. Those interested can contact him at rabbi@israelmail.com or 509-421-0340  

  • Everyone is invited to come see The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe in a live performance April 18-21. Our very own Elsie Sketchley stars as Lucy in cast B, and Anni Evans is co-directing the show. Tickets are available here and are going fast!

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