Surprised by Sin

Surprised by Sin

On Sunday night as many of us were sleeping in bed, Stephen Paddock opened fire on a crowd attending a concert in Las Vegas, killing 59 people and injuring more than 500. Investigators and journalists, politicians and ordinary people, immediately started looking for...

Hurricane Mission Trip to Jacksonville

Dear Trinity family, When Hurricane Harvey and Irma struck our shores, I told you that the Church was about to have one of its finest moments. Long after the cameras leave and the flooding has been forgotten, the Church continues to do the hard work of clean up,...

Special Parish Meeting: October 22

Dear Trinity family, On Sunday, October 22 we will have a Special Parish Meeting. If you have been around for a little while, you know that we have an Annual Parish Meeting where we elect members to serve on Vestry, vote on changes to our bylaws, receive a financial...
Two Saints for Our Times

Two Saints for Our Times

Today, August 14th, is the feast day of Maximillian Kolbe and Jonathan Myrick Daniels. You probably have never heard of either of these saints, but I could not imagine two better saints to speak into our current national strife. Their stories come from the not too...
Rhythms of Life

Rhythms of Life

Thirty-seven. That’s how many consecutive Sundays I have been at Trinity. Week in and week out, I have joined with you to worship God, to pray for our community and world, to share in the body and blood of Christ, and to be sent out into the world as disciples of...
Ordinary Time?

Ordinary Time?

Since I started as your rector almost 8 months ago, we have walked through all the major feasts and fasts of the Christian year together. We began with the celebration of All Saints and the longing of Advent through the celebration of the Christ-child at Christmas....