Holiday time is a mixture of anticipation, expectation, reflection and sorrow. For those of us who have lost loved ones it can be a time of sadness or anger or a time of melancholy. The demands of time and responsibility crowd in upon us and we lose what exactly this season is all about.
Let us look with a sense of celebration to the star that points the way to new life, new freedom and precious memories that bring peace and comfort. As you struggle with the season we invite you to attend here at Trinity
A Service of Hope and Healing on Wednesday, December 12th at 7 PM
This is a quiet, reflective service filled with prayers, music and healing thoughts.
“Give voice to sorrow. Lend words to loneliness. Make heard the depth of your despair and the breaking of your heart. For what remains unspoken can never burst into healing song.”
What are you looking for this Christmas?
Here's what Trinity invites you to:
We hope you'll be there! All are welcome.
Join us at 4:30pm on either Saturday, December 8 or Sunday December 9, 2018, for this beautiful music tradition to ring in the holiday season.
Reserve your seat today, here:
The Trinity Episcopal Church Festival Choir will lead the service with seasonal anthems and carols. Various readers will tell the story of Christmas through scripture. The event will last about an hour.
And get ready to sing! The congregation will join in singing some favorite carols.
The event is FREE and open to the public. A Christmas Cookie reception will follow the event..
We're excited to host neighborhood children and families for a new event - Selfies with Santa - on December 1, 2018!
Guests will enjoy a pancake breakfast and some craft activities. Families will then have a visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Bring your phone or camera to take your own pictures to share however you want! Don't have a camera - no worries, we can also take the picture for you.
Bring your kids, bring your neighbors, and come ring in the holiday season with a Selfie with Santa at Trinity Episcopal Church, in Tariffville, CT!
Start your Thanksgiving Day with, well, thanksgiving!
Join for this simple but meaningful service of giving thanks to God for all of the blessings we receive. Gratitude can change you, and all are welcome to this special time set aside for gratefulness.
Best of all, you can come as you are - in your feast day stretchy pants if you want - and giving thanks has no calories!