Wednesday at 7.30 pm

Prayers for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving comes at a difficult time: families are not able to gather and personal lives unsettled by the enforced separation the pandemic is causing.  But the need to thank God for the abundance of His blessings remains, and to give the opportunity for this an adapted Evening Prayer will be held Wednesday.  The church will be open and the service broadcast on Zoom.  As Julian of Norwich wrote: 'Jesus wants us to trust that He is always with us. He accompanies us in three ways: in heaven, wherein His rising He raises us up with Him; on earth, where He leads us day by day; and in our innermost being, where He constantly dwells to guide and preserve us.  And this is our comfort that we know in faith that Christ is constantly with us. Knowing this, we shall never succumb to the pain and woe, but always hope for another glimpse of His presence.'

Sunday at 10 am

The First Sunday of Advent

Holy Eucharist


Artwork: "More Enduring than Sun and Moon" © Jan Richardson. Source


Jesus said, "In those days, after that suffering,

the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light,

and the stars will be falling from heaven,
and the powers in the heavens will be shaken."

(Mark 13:24-25)

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Trinity Episcopal Church
Gulph Mills



966 Trinity Lane
King of Prussia, PA 19406

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