Dear Trinity Family,
As you know, on March 2, 2021 Governor Abbott declared that, as of March 10, restaurants and businesses in Texas can be fully open and the requirement to wear masks in public would be rescinded. As of March 3, Harris County remained at its highest threat level, with four out of five of the risk indicators exceeding thresholds for reducing the threat level.
Trinity remains committed to protecting the safety of its parishioners and staff. We believe it is an inherent part of showing our Christian love for one another. Our current safety protocols will not change in the near term. Masks will continue to be required on Trinity’s premises. The offices will be closed to general access. Physical distancing and other safety protocols will remain in place for any in person gatherings. We will look to the CDC and medical experts for guidance.
As vaccination levels increase, we have hope that we will gradually be able increase in person activities. For now, however, we must remain diligent in our observation of safety protocols, including masking and distancing.
We will continue to monitor COVID data in our area and we will look to health officials for the best guidance as to when and how to adjust our practices.
Please continue to follow safe practices to protect your health and the health of those around you.
Hannah E. Atkins Romero, Rector
Amy Luke, Senior Warden
Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, Trinity’s buildings are currently closed to the public, but our worship and ministries continue! You can access all of our virtual offerings via this website. We invite you to explore and to join us.
COVID-19 Eviction and Other Resources
- Resources from The Metropolitan Organization- Updated 9/25/2020
- CDC Eviction Moratorium Presentation in English
- CDC Eviction Moratorium Presentation en español
- Resources for Eviction Moratorium
- Federal Eviction Moratorium