Covenant of Care for Trinity Episcopal Church
Please click on the link to review our Covenant of Care for Trinity Episcopal Church. You will need to review this Covenant before you attend inperson serivce.
Trinity’s Re-gathering Plan
Update October 2020
Virtual Worship Through October. Haverhill Mayor James Fiorentini recently announced that the city will remain red for at least the next two weeks. Due to this new information, all worship services will remain virtual until November. Please don’t forget that there is free COVID testing available and you can find more information at the city’s website, https://www.cityofhaverhill.com/.
Update June 2020
Many of you have been asking when Trinity will resume with in-person worship. I wish I had an answer! Back in April we set the date for May 31 and then in June we planned on July 5…
During times of uncertainty worship is often the strong rock we cling to in the midst of the storm. This pandemic has forced us to worship in totally new ways. Without access to our building we have adapted, with amazing patience and grace, to virtual worship. I give thanks for the technology of Zoom and Facebook that has kept us connected in a very dis-connected time.
The re-gathering process is complicated. Our Disaster Preparedness Team is working hard to put plans in place to create and maintain a safe place for our worship. If we re-open without these plans, we put our community at risk.
I’ve attached a PDF presentation about the Re-Gathering process with some questions at the end I invite you to take some time to answer these questions to share at coffee hour after worship this Sunday. If you are unable to attend please send your responses/thoughts to Rev. Sarah.
Disaster Preparedness Team
The Diocese of Massachusetts requires all churches to fill out this check-list before we begin in-person worship. The DPT is working with our re-gathering shepherd to help us get through the list so we can worship in our building!!