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The Rev. Mark H. Chattin, Rector

The Church and Coronavirus

During the present crisis, this page will offer opportunities for spiritual growth. If you have any questions or ideas, please email us at holytrinity1@verizon.net.

"Habits of Grace"

Join Presiding Bishop Michael Curry as we learn to adjust our lives to "social distancing. There will be a new video every Monday through May.

Wednesday Bible Study

Join Bishop Stokes for Bible Study on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. by registering at this link.

Praying Together

Our world seems to get more chaotic by the day. The news has been full of developments concerning the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). What are we to do as people of faith? We can pray for wisdom, knowledge, strength, courage, and comfort. We can pray for ourselves, the sick, medical providers, government leaders, and others. We can pray.

Use this link to explore the Forward Day by Day website.

Instruments of Peace

How many of us have ever prayed, 'Lord make me an instrument of your peace,' then found ourselves in complex and polarized situations that made peace seem impossible?

No matter how far apart two sides are, there are effective strategies to bring people together, this course shows us how.

Here are some more church resources devoted to information about coronavirus: Concerning Coronavirus

Here is a link to latest information from the Episcopal News Service

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Bridging the Political Divide

Learn how to walk through our divisive political climate with grace and peace. Author and activist Parker J. Palmer shares inspirational and practical knowledge on how we might approach deep political division.

Prayer and Worship at Home

Grow closer to Christ even when you can't be in church. Learn more about the practice of prayer in its many forms from an array of studied experts.

Ways to Worship at Home

As we all seek to live faithfully in these uncertain times, Church Publishing is working to support you.

In addition to a selection of free resources for devotional use, we are also offering our customers free standard shipping on book orders over $35 with code FREESHIP.

Unafraid

Adult Bible Study

Deep Blue Kids

During this time churches are having to make tough decisions about how to remain close as a faith community when they can’t gather together.

Amplify has made several resources free and accessible for churches to participate in a church-wide or group study and children’s content to keep them engaged in the Bible.

As part of its Thy Kingdom Come program and to reach children during the pandemic with churches closed, the Church of England is offering "Diddy Disciples" - stories, songs, and services tailored to a youthful audience.

You can find the link here.

Bishop Curry's March 15 National Cathedral Sermon

Lay Leadership Meeting with Bishop Stokes

Bishop Stokes is holding weekly town-hall meetings with lay leaders.

It's a chance to ask questions, share information, or even just to vent and to pray in community with other lay leaders.

This meeting will take place via Zoom every Thursday at 7 p.m. through Thursday, July 2.

Registration is required, but you can register all the way up to and even during any meeting. Please note that you can join by phone – Internet access is not required.

Diocese offers Zoom Sunday School

Register here for the 9 a.m. class

Anne Delgado, a member of St. Peter's Church in Freehold, along with her sons Matthew and James, combines video and activities to help children grow in faith and knowledge.

Classes are scheduled to run through July 5.

So bring along a Bible, even a storybook Bible, to class, which will start with a prayer.