|Services during the COVID-19 pandemic|
Due to the increasing threat from the coronavirus, following our Bishop's guidance, please be advised that all public in-person gatherings at Holy Trinity have been cancelled until further notice. This includes (but not limited to): Community Addiction Workshops, Yoga, Wednesday Healing Services, Simnel cake bake, Daily Morning Prayer, Hi-Swans card game, in-person Sunday Services, Adult Sunday school, and all events scheduled for the Church or Parish Hall.
As of March 25, 2020, our governor Phil Scott has issued a Stay Home/Stay Safe Order, you should leave your home only for essential reasons, and importantly, to get fresh air. But if you do, please follow CDC social distancing guidelines. To read the full Order, click here: Governor's Executive Order.
|Fr. Rob Spainhour invites you to please join us in our scheduled Sunday 9 am services by clicking here:
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If you need help or have questions please call 802-868-7185 or email
In Christ's Love, Father Rob+
|Compline led by Erica & Jacob Greenia every Sunday at 6:30 PM.|
Please use this new link to join: Zoom Meetings
Nightly meditation services at 6 pm at the Washington National Cathedral.
Meeting ID: 740 6229 3554
Letter from our bishop for updates at the Diocese of Vermont.
is offered September through June at the 10:00 service. In the summertime we may have a nursery
or children's special time.
is said Monday - Friday mornings at 8:15 and Saturday morning at 8:30 in the Chapel.
Intercession is made during this time for everyone on our prayer list. Please feel free to join us or
place your prayer requests in the notebook in the narthex or call Kiley at 868-7185.
|Notes of Interest: Thurible|
Vessel for incense, consisting of a metal pot with holes in its lids suspended from a chain. The
chain allows the pot to be swung gently, releasing smoke through the holes as the incense burns. It
is carried in processions and can be used to cense the gospel book, the altar, the celebrant and
Eucharistic ministers, and the congregation. The term is derived from the Latin word for
"incense." Also called a censer. A thurifer is the person who handles the thurible during services.
Copyright 2000 by John N. Wall. Illustrations by Philippa J. Anderson. All rights reserved. Reprinted from "A Dictionary for Episcopalians" and available
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