April 25
     10:00 a.m.      Worship Service with Live Stream/Phone Worship                                          12:00 p.m.      Coffee Klatch—Online Zoom
May 2        10:00 a.m.      Worship Service with Live Stream/Phone Worship
12:00 p.m.       Coffee Klatch—Online Zoom
12:00 p.m.       Journey of Hope-Social Hall

 ALTAR FLOWERS-The Altar Flowers are given by Carole Spence and Skip Novakowski in memory of what would have been the 100th birthday of Anna Novakowski. (April 25)

 Trinity Coffee Klatch

  • Join us on Sundays at noon for Coffee Klatch – a chance to gather online via Zoom for conversation and catching up with one another.  (Think of it as Social Hour moved online!)  Bring your coffee, tea, lunch, etc. and reconnect with your Trinity family!
    • Join us at:
    • Topic: Trinity Coffee Klatch
    • Every week on Sunday
  • Please download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system.


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  • Sunday Worship services at 10:00 a.m. are streamed—online at

  • You may participate in worship via telephone.
    • This format is available for all but we encourage those who do not have a smart phone or internet access to use this format. Call 855-984-0707. Listen to the prompts. You can access and listen at your convenience.

 Physically Distant Home Communion Visits – 3rd Sunday of the Month

    • Contact the church office 410-848-8923 or if you wish our Lay Eucharistic Ministers to arrange a Physically Distant Home Communion visit.
    • The Lay Eucharistic Minister will give you a call when they arrive at your home to let you know that a pre-consecrated communion kit containing a wafer and grape juice is on your porch/doorstep.

ALTAR FLOWERS – The Altar Flower sign up chart can be found on the narthex bulletin board. Flowers will be ordered only for the Sundays that congregation members have signed up for.

  • The chart will be monitored each week so orders are placed timely. 
  • The cost for two vases remains at $40.
  • You have the option to share a Sunday with someone else to reduce the cost.
  • Please be sure to note your message(s) – (‘In honor of’ or ‘in memory of’) on the chart or have it to Dave Kulow the Sunday prior.

READINGS FOR WEEK:  April 26th – May 2nd

Monday-Psalm 95; 1 Samuel 16:1-13; 1 Peter 5:1-5
Tuesday-Psalm 95; 1 Chronicles 11:1-9;  Revelation 7:13-17
Wednesday-Psalm 95; Micah 7:8-20; Mark 14:26-31
Thursday-Psalm 22:25-31; Amos 8:1-7; Acts 8:1b-8
Friday-Psalm 22:25-31; Amos 8:11-13; Acts 8:9-25
Saturday-Psalm 22:25-31; Amos 9:7-15; Mark 4:30-32
Sunday-Fifth Sunday of Easter-Acts 8:26-40; Psalm 22:25-31; 1 John 4:7-21; John 15:1-8

 PARISH NURSE NOTES – April is National Volunteer Month  by Ann Boyles, RN

It is a time to honor volunteers in our communities as well as encouraging volunteerism.

  • During the past year, many places have not been allowing volunteers to come into businesses, churches, schools, hospitals, or libraries. However, there are still opportunities to volunteer your time and your talents.
  • If you have a special interest or skill, you can do things such as sew, knit, or crochet to make gifts for hospital, nursing homes, or hospice patients. Wood working projects such as making bird houses for assisted living facilities or nursing homes would be very welcomed by the residents in those communities.
  • During this difficult time of confinement, volunteers can make phone calls to check on families and friends or send a note or a card in the mail to let someone know that they are in your thoughts and prayers.  If you are out and about, you can offer to go to the store for others.
  • There are always opportunities for volunteers at churches, hospitals, and schools once things begin to reopen.
  • Becoming a volunteer has many benefits. It gives a sense of well-being and accomplishment when you give of your time and talents.  It also contributes to one’s self esteem and self-confidence. Consider becoming a volunteer. You will be doing good for others and for your community. Also, remember to thank a volunteer!

 PARISH NURSE NOTICE-Community Health News, Advanced Directives-Many of you have asked about Advance Directives. Carroll Hospital is presenting Healthcare Decision Day on Tuesday, May 25th, from 10 am to 5 pm.  You will be able to plan ahead for your healthcare preferences and complete an advanced directive. Call 410-871-7000 to make an appointment.


**Contact Sandy at or 443-375-2926 to add names to our church prayer list.

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