9:00 am - Worship - Also live on Facebook
Nursery available for children 5 and under
Intercessory Prayer Group after Sunday service
7:00 pm - Choir Practice
Sunday School after Sunday service
Godly Play for preschoolers to 3rd grade in the education wing
I-45: for (4th and 5th graders) meet in Mrs Anne's room, by office
Book of Romans - Meet in Fellowship Hall
Benedictine Spirituality - Meet in the DOK room (education wing)
8:15 pm - Compline in the Church
Benedictine Retreats- May 6 - 12, 2024
Fr. Matthew will be leading this retreat to the
Monastery of Christ in the Desert (MCID). The most remote monastery in the western hemisphere, MCID provides a unique opportunity to witness and live the ancient monastic pattern that forms our own BCP, western Christianity, and hopefully your own life! Come enjoy learning to pray scripture, chant, walk in a gorgeous landscape, and work with the monks.
If you want to join, please let Fr. Matthew (972 226 1283) know soon—he can get you the details to confirm your place.
What’s Happening at Holy Trinity
Around the Corner
March 6...Lenten Wednesday evening program, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Down the Road
March 9...Daughters of the King meeting 10:00 am
March 9...HT "Munch Bunch 5:00 pm LaBella's restaurant Garland
March 10...Daylight Savings Time Begins (Spring FORWARD)
March 13...Lenten Wednesday evening program, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
March 17...Annual Parish Meeting following 9:00 am service
March 20...Gypsy Quilters - "Quilts of Valor" Presentation 10:00 am Luncheon follows
March 20...Lenten Wednesday evening program, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
March 24...Palm Sunday
March 28...Maundy Thursday service at 7:00 pm
March 29...Good Friday worship services
Stations of the Cross at 12:00 noon and 7:00 p.m.
Good Friday Liturgy at 12:30 and 7:30 p.m.
March 31...Easter Sunday
May 6-12...Benedictine Retreat
Sundays...9:00 am Worship
After Sunday service - Intercessory Prayer Group
Sunday school/Christian Education - all ages
Tuesdays...Fellowship lunch (all are invited to a brown bag lunch followed by noonday prayer) 12:00 pm
9:15 am Gypsy Quilters - Parish Hall
7:00 pm Choir Practice
8:15 pm Compline in the Church
Fridays...7:00 pm Square Dancing - Fellowship Hall
Wednesday Night Lenten Line-up
Mark your calendars:
March 6, March 13, March 20
6:00 p.m. Soup Supper
6:30 p.m. Stations of the Cross
7:00 p.m. Choir rehearsal or
7:00 p.m. Non-choir members pray Evening Prayers
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Gypsy Quilters - Quilts of Valor Presentation Ceremony
On Wednesday, March 20, the Holy Trinity Gypsy Quilters will honor eight (8) veterans with their own Quilt of Valor at a ceremony in the Fellowship Hall. Festivities will begin at 10:00 a.m. and a luncheon follows the ceremony. Veterans from the Viet Nam conflict (spanning 20 years from 1955 to 1975) from our parish will be honored.
Pray with Hallow this Lent
Great news - we at Holy Trinity are excited to announce that we are partnering with Hallow this Lent! Parishioners are invited to access all premium app content beginning now through Easter Sunday. (There is a $1 fee)
If you do not already have an account:
- Scan the QR code or visit https://hallow.com/holydaypackage/.
- Type in Holy Trinity Garland. Follow instructions to redeem offer/download app.
- Log in w/ same email/password you used to create account (Do not click Google/Apple/phone).
If you do already have an account:
- Scan the QR code or visit https://hallow.com/holydaypackage/.
- Type in Holy Trinity Garland. Follow instructions to redeem offer.
- Choose the last option: “Already have an account? Log in.”
- Log in using your current email address and password.
Log In Support
- CLICK HERE Troubleshooting why does my app ask me to start a trial or pay?
- CLICK HERE $1 Mobile registration walkthrough
- CLICK HERE WEB registration walkthrough
Annual Parish Meeting
March 17, 2024 10:30 am
Nominations for Vestry have been received and submitted to prayer. The Vestry is the chief oversight board of the church. Working with the Rector, the Vestry is the agent and legal representative of the parish for all matters concerning its corporate property and finances and the relations between the clergy leadership and the wider parish. It meets monthly throughout the year.
At our Annual Meeting on Sunday, March 17, 2024, the parish will elect 2 new Vestry members to serve a three-year term. Vestry nominees must be at least 18 years old, confirmed or received by a bishop of the Episcopal Church, members in good standing, and regular financial contributors to the church for the past year.
It’s important that all members be present at the Parish Meeting. Please make every effort to be there as we cast our vision, and make important decisions for the church.
Welcome Visitors - What to Expect
When you arrive, an usher will hand you a bulletin outlining the order of worship. Feel free to sit anywhere you'd like. Worship begins with the ringing of the bell followed by a processional hymn that you will find in the blue hymnal. We then pray together asking God to prepare our hearts and minds for worship.
Liturgy of the Word
We then listen to God's story throughout the ages. It includes readings from the Old Testament, the book of Psalms, letters of the New Testament, and one of the four Gospels. We stand during the reading of the Gospel and the minister and acolytes process down the aisle to symbolize Jesus' ministry of being among the people. Following the reading of the Gospel, we hear a sermon inviting us to reflect on the Scripture lessons. Next, we respond to what we have heard by affirming our faith in the historic Nicene Creed, which has served as the foundation for Christian belief since the 4th century. We then offer prayers. After our confession, the priest proclaims God's forgiveness of our sins, to which we respond by sharing the peace of God with another by shaking hands. After the Peace, we share some announcements and pray for those celebrating a birthday or anniversary in the coming week.
The Liturgy of the Table
We begin the liturgy of the table by offering the fruits of our labor to God with the offering. While we are deeply grateful for any offering, it is not expected nor required of guests. We continue with the Eucharistic Prayer. During this prayer, we sing a short song of praise called the Sanctus, You may hear a bell ring when the bread and wine are lifted. After the priest blesses the bread and wine we join in saying the Lord's Prayer. The priest then breaks the bread to symbolize Christ's body broken for us. All baptized Christians of any denomination are invited to receive Holy Communion. We encourage those who are not baptized but want to receive communion to speak with the priest about being baptized. The service ends with a blessing from the priest followed by a hymn that sends us out to be the hands and feet of Christ.
Holy Trinity is a community of faith showing God's love for all people by welcoming, equipping, and sending them to serve in the name of the Lord. If you are looking for a church where the Gospel is preached, the Creeds are embraced, and where children and youth can grow in faith; come and worship with us. We are an Episcopal church in the Orthodox tradition.
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