Because transitions start with an ending, there needs to be a time for letting go, a way of dealing with the loss before we can enter into the “neutral zone” of realignment of what will come. We invite you to participate in a Soul Care Luncheon this summer. The intention of the lunches is to create a safe place for those in the Holy Trinity family to share both their sense of loss and their hopes for our future. Stop by the Community Table on the patio or contact the church office.
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Saturday, July 20, 10am-12pm
Dottie Pickett’s Home
For more information and to RSVP contact Dottie Pickett at email@example.com
The Holy Trinity Church Council is pleased to announce the hiring of our new Rector, Jordan Senner. Over the past 14 years, God has been equipping and empowering Jordan to fulfill the calling that he had laid upon his life as a young biology student at Biola University: to be a pastor, to shepherd and build up the Church. Jordan has served in ministry capacities at St. John’s Vancouver Anglican Church in Vancouver, British Columbia while obtaining his Master of Divinity from Regent College. While in Vancouver, Jordan also met and married his wife, Susie, who was born in England and raised in Vancouver. For the last few years, Jordan has been pursuing, and is near completion of, his PhD in Theology from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. As an ordained priest in the Anglican Network in Canada, Jordan brings his depth of understanding of liturgy and sacraments to our congregation.
Jordan and Susie have two young children, Annabelle, three years old, and Jeremy, one year old, who will be a part of our Family Ministry. Jordan’s depth of biblical knowledge, humble wisdom, and thoughtful listening were stand out characteristics to the Church Council. Jordan has demonstrated, both to the Council and through strong personal recommendations, that he can communicate truths of God’s word with inspiration in a way that encourages spiritual formation and maintains biblical orthodoxy. Jordan’s shepherd’s heart was evident to the Church Council in empathetic listening, genuine interest, and relating to each Holy Trinity person he met with kindness and care. With joyful anticipation, we are excited to have the Senner family join us in shepherding our Holy Trinity family beginning in September.
Joshua Busch, Jerri Gerard, Jim Heim, Steven Hoehner, Lindsay Murad, Susan Rigby, Meghan Taylor
Sunday, May 19, lunch after service
Panera Bread in Costa Mesa (Harbor & Baker)
Our next book is Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi.
For more information contact Kristin Carmody at firstname.lastname@example.org