Trinity Anglican Church (the “little gray church” at Harman Park and U.S. 160) invites you to join us as we enter the Advent season.
As an Anglican church, we observe this season in preparation for the celebration of Christmas. The four Sundays of Advent emphasize various themes such as hope, love, light and promise, helping us reflect on the significance of the birth of Jesus Christ.
Dec. 3 and 17, the first and third Sundays in Advent, will be Holy Communion services, and Christian believers are invited to join us at the Lord’s table. Dec. 10, the second Sunday in Advent, will be a service of morning prayer.
On Dec. 24, we will observe the fourth Sunday in Advent and Christmas Eve, with morning prayer and the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols. This will replace our typical Christmas Eve evening service.
Our services are liturgical, using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer as a vehicle for worship, since it is based upon the Holy Scriptures and focuses our attention on God and His gracious love for us. We meet each Sunday at 10 a.m.
The Trinity Anglican Church first met in 2003 as a “house church.” Later the group joined with the Reformed Episcopal Church and remains a member of that communion. The members of the congregation built the “little gray church” in five months, and held their inaugural service there on Oct. 4, 2009.
For more information about the Trinity Anglican Church, or to contact our vicar, Fr. Joe Fockler, please visit our website at trinityanglicanchurch.org.