Parish Life and Pastoral Care Programming

Say Their Name

In honor of Black History Month and extending every day during the season of Lent we will honor and remember a Civil Rights Activist honored by the Southern Poverty Law Center in their Civil Rights Museum in Alabama. A photo, name and brief biography will be shared via our Facebook and Instagram pages. We hope this brings us to a prayerful awareness of the on-going struggle for an anti-racist future and educates us to the bravery of those who have gone before us.

Contact Pam Lawson at [email protected] for more information.

Panoramic Easter Photo Collage

We missed our opportunity for the historic Easter photo in 2020 due to the crisis of the pandemic. We are still in the throes of the pandemic, but can plan ahead since we know what to expect. Please take a photo of yourself/your friends/your family and send it on to Ron Mailloux by March 19th, 2021 to create a collage to serve as our Annual Easter Photo 2021 in the likely event that we will not be able to take such a photo in person. Contact Ron Mailloux at [email protected] for more information and questions of clarification.

TLC (Trinity Listening and Caring) Support Group

TLC is an on-going group open to anyone, and especially those who are coping with life transitions, bereavement, caregiving issues, pandemic-related stress, etc. It is not “group therapy”, but a safe (and confidential) space in which to share experiences, listen to one another, and receive compassionate, caring support. Details (days, time, location) are forthcoming.

(TLC will be facilitated by Libby Tsubai, MS, RN, CHPN, CHPCA (retired). Libby is a Trinity parishioner who for ten years served as a senior biomedical ethics consultant and educator at Houston Methodist, in addition to directing the hospital’s palliative care program. Libby received her ethics training through Baylor College of Medicine’s Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, and has facilitated countless family, interdisciplinary, and grief support meetings).

Babies without Borders

Together with CRECEN, Houston let us make this Lenten journey a little easier for a newly arrived, single, migrant mother and her soon to arrive baby. All gifts welcome including good condition gentle used items. Items may be dropped off at the church. Contact The Rev. Hannah E. Atkins Romero at [email protected] for more information.

An Online Wish List will be posted below shortly.