Sunday, December 17th 7:30 pm – Trinity Community
Choir presents Home for Christmas Christmas concert.
Thursday, December 21, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.:
“Exalted Sublime Golden Light,” a Buddhist Sutra read by Interfaith
minister, Bev Mar. Sutra reading followed by a guided meditation on the
Solstice, Endings and New Beginnings, and a visit to our local outdoor labyrinth
on the Point. This Sutra it is said brings peace and enlightenment to
individuals, and countless other blessings. Next year, beginning in February,
the readings will be from other sources of Enlightenment from different
religions of the World. No Interfaith Meditation in January. A Blessing of Peace
and the kind of Joy that brings renewal upon you and your family! For more
information, please contact Bev directly at
Sunday, December 24th 2:00 pm TRINITY CHAMBER SERIES
Presents: Bergamasca Recorders with Baroque Cheer!
Sunday, December 24th 7:00 pm CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE
What is a church? This centuries-old question never goes away.
As human life evolves in social, relational, ethical and
spiritual ways, the definition of church evolves as well. One
thing remains as constant as the presence of God through eons of
history: love. And so, throughout time, this remains: The church
is, above all, where we find the welcome, the embrace of love.
Jesus brought people to God’s love by simply meeting people
where they were, in the midst of their need, and responding to
that need through divine love.
At Trinity, we look out over our beloved Point Roberts, and we
see our parish. We look over the border into Tsawwassen, Ladner,
Richmond, Vancouver and beyond, and there is our parish. We are
an international center of love, acceptance, truth, healing,
laughter, music and light. Although we are Lutheran by
affiliation, our parish is interdenominational.
Summer Music Camp
"Rescue in the Night"
from “Le Nozze di Figaro” by
by Patrick Liebergen
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