Category Archives: Pastors’ Corner

Observing the Saints

 Have you noticed some unfamiliar feasts and festivals on the Church calendar lately? Recently at Trinity, we’ve begun to observe feasts and festivals that have fallen out of use by much of the Church on earth. These services include the Annunciation on March 25, the Visitation on July 2, and St. Michael and All Angels Day on September 29. In the coming month, on June 24, we will observe the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist. 

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Divine Service: What Does This Mean?

   I have to be honest. It took me years to learn the difference between dinner, lunch and supper. Growing up, lunch was the noon meal and the evening meal was called either dinner or supper. In recent years I discovered the nuance (at least in Minnesota): dinner is historically the noon meal, supper is the evening meal, and lunch is a snack.    Now that I grasp the difference between dinner and supper, I

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The Church’s Use of Art & Symbols

Many people of our congregation either don’t know, have forgotten, have wondered about or have never thought about the symbols present in our church and their meanings.  Here at Trinity we have a number of excellent furnishings and appointments to help portray the faith and also art and symbols that are useful in expressing the Christian truths we hold dear. The Baptismal Font is centrally located at the entrance to the Nave, where its placement symbolizes your baptismal entrance

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