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Whoever you are and whatever brought you here, we are glad you found us. We welcome all, young and old, single and coupled, gay and straight, traditional and nontraditional, the certain and the questioning, and those of every ethnic and racial background.
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Our services are on Trinity & St. Paul’s Episcopal Parishes’ YouTube Channel.
Weekly we have:
- Sunday Morning Prayer at 9:45am with music
- Sunday Coffee Hour via Zoom at 10:30am
- Sunday In-Person Communion at 12:30pm (see our Service Schedule for more details)
- Evening Service of Compline at 7pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
- Evening Service of Prayers via Zoom at 7pm on Wednesday
- Monday and Thursday updates via Constant Contact! Click here to sign up for our parish-wide emails!
Happy News from our Acting Priest-in-Charge!
I am writing to share the results of the vote of the Joint Vestries today: the name of the new parish we are becoming together will be Grace Episcopal Church, Ossining. The vote was the culmination of a great deal of work, heartfelt discussion, and prayer. I am profoundly grateful to our wonderful Wardens and to the remarkable Vestry members who shared in this at times arduous, at times exhilarating, always Spirit-led process. The new name captures the experience of God’s presence in our midst, helping us to do more than we could do by ourselves, and promising continued grace-filled transformation as we move into our new future together.
Our historic names will continue to be used to name our two campuses, and our signage and internet presence will reflect this, as well. So “Grace Episcopal Church, St. Paul’s Campus” and “Grace Episcopal Church, Trinity Campus” will become our ways of referring to our two locations. In this way, we will honor the familiar while embracing the new. We will work hard to ensure that our website and Facebook page capture both.
So, the planting of the new is about to begin in earnest. In fairly short order, the legal process which must now take place will be concluded, and our new parish will be formally constituted. Once that is done, we will apply to the Diocese as a new parish, in time to be received at the Diocesan Convention at the beginning of November!
I ask your prayers as we go forward together: for unity, for harmony, for faith, for trust. Above all, I ask that you commit yourself, personally, to be a part of bringing to fruition everything that God has in mind for Grace Episcopal Church in Ossining.
Charles D. Mayer+