By Megan McCready / August 16, 2017

Sharing the Love of Christ in Zambia — by Chloe Castro

I always heard those stories about how mission trips change people, but I never really understood what they meant until I was the one who experienced it.

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By Megan McCready / July 25, 2017

My Christian Walk, by Laura Valenciano

I came to be an Episcopalian first as a soprano section leader in the Trinity Choir, then as a choir...

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By Megan McCready / July 18, 2017

Ministry in a Minute — Lorena Perez McGill

My family and I have worshipped at Trinity Episcopal for almost 2 years, since we moved to The Woodlands from...

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By Megan McCready / June 29, 2017

Holy Spirit Moments in Costa Rica — by Alyssa Stebbing

In June, 16 teenagers and five adults (over 21) went on a pilgrimage to Costa Rica, a diocese in partnership...

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By Megan McCready / June 17, 2017

The Peace of God, by Fr. Gerry Sevick

The truth is we are a violent society – TV, games, political rhetoric, confrontations between friends or family, social media...

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By Megan McCready / June 9, 2017

Junior Daughters of the King — by Judy Isphording

Judy Isphording presented the Ministry in a Minute last Sunday with this wonderful description of the Jr. DOK.   On Pentecost...

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By Megan McCready / May 25, 2017

Kids Hope USA — by Gay Holt

Do you want to make a big difference in the life of child? Kids Hope USA is an outreach ministry...

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By Megan McCready / May 18, 2017

Why Pilgrimage? By Alyssa Stebbing

  This summer the youth at Trinity Episcopal Church will head out on three trips that will take the senior...

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By Megan McCready / April 28, 2017

Keeping the Promise — by Fr. Gerry

At a baptism, the parents, godparents, and sponsors make vows that they will be responsible that the baptized child will...

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By Megan McCready / April 17, 2017

We are an Easter People! Alleluia!

A special Easter message from Fr. Gerry. With shouts of Alleluias, songs of resurrection, and baptizing new souls into the...

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By Megan McCready / April 10, 2017

Experience the Story of Holy Week

This past Sunday we began Holy Week with the Procession of the Palms and the reading of the Passion (suffering)...

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By Megan McCready / April 7, 2017

The Trinity Anti-Trafficking Project, by Sydney Dunlap

In case you missed it, here is the text of Sydney Dunlap’s important message last Sunday about the Trinity Anti-Trafficking...

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By Megan McCready / March 28, 2017

The EHF Kitchen Cabinet Helps Congregations Support Community Health

This article was originally published on the Episcopal Health Foundation website. The EHF has formed a “Kitchen Cabinet” to develop...

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By Megan McCready / March 24, 2017

‘Three Minute Hospitality’ Provides Welcome For Strangers

We loved this article from Episcopal Life about being welcoming to newcomers and strangers in our midst. You can see...

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By Megan McCready / March 14, 2017

Financial Update, by Larry Martz

Below is the text of the parish accountant’s update to the congregation, delivered at all four services on Sunday, March 12....

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By Megan McCready / March 7, 2017

Ministry in a Minute: Sharing the Light of Christ at LOTS — by Joe Williams

If you missed Joe Williams’ wonderful description of the Trinity ministry to Lord of the Streets in Houston, better known...

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By Megan McCready / February 28, 2017

Observe A Holy Lent, by Fr. Gerry

Dear People of God: The first Christians observed with great devotion the days of our Lord’s passion and resurrection, and...

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By Megan McCready / February 21, 2017

Boy Scout Eagle Project Assistance Needed

See this post from Trinity member and aspiring Eagle Scout, James Atteridge, and let’s all help him reach his goal....

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By Megan McCready / February 7, 2017

Your Child and Prayer

Children have everything they need for healthy spirituality.  Like each of us, children have a divine spark within them, a...

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By Megan McCready / January 26, 2017

Moving Forward on Trinity Tomorrow

As Fr. Gerry said in his annual address on January 15: “We are a force for good. We are a...

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By Megan McCready / January 16, 2017

Rector’s Annual Address, January 2017

Much has changed in the nine years I have been rector and yet we are the same. That is the...

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By Megan McCready / January 10, 2017

Trinity Tomorrow Update, by Randy Redd

Our Faith, Their Future This update comes from the Trinity Tomorrow Committee on the status of our project to create...

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By Megan McCready / December 28, 2016

Trinity Anti-Trafficking Project, by Alyssa Stebbing

In the 1990s, I was first exposed to the world of human trafficking when visiting Bangkok with Compassion International. Next...

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By Megan McCready / December 21, 2016

Have You Seen A Bear In A Pew Recently?

These are the newest additions to our Trinity family. You will find a bear in every pew. Available for hugging....

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By Megan McCready / December 8, 2016

How To Be A Less Angry Person on Facebook

I have seen many posts recently, some from friends here in our congregation, expressing concern about the tone of posts...

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By Megan McCready / November 30, 2016

Step Up and Pledge for God, by John Miller

Editor’s Note: Our own John Miller offered his personal blog to us this week, and what a bold one it is. He...

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By Megan McCready / November 23, 2016

Advent Beginnings, by Fr. Gerry

Dear Trinitarians, I begin with the first words of the Bible: “In the beginning…” I have been thinking a lot...

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By Megan McCready / November 15, 2016

Ministry in a Minute, by Bill Carter: Montgomery County Jail

I am pleased to represent Trinity’s ministry to the Montgomery County Jail. Trinity is one of the area churches that...

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By Megan McCready / November 10, 2016

Update on Refugee Support in The Episcopal Church

The following letter was sent to Alyssa Stebbing from The Rev. Linda Shelton, the Diocesan Liaison for Refugee Ministries. Trinity is...

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By Megan McCready / November 1, 2016

How Trinity is Making a Difference, by O’Brien Hughes

Many of you know my dear wife, Lori, who is a LEM, plays hand bells with Trinity Ringers, serves as...

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By Megan McCready / October 28, 2016

How Trinity is Making A Difference, by John Miller

It’s hard to believe but my family has been intertwined with Trinity for just over a decade now. With ten...

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By Megan McCready / October 17, 2016

How Trinity Is Making A Difference, by Jill Carswell

My husband Jon and I have been attending Trinity for about 10 years. We were living in The Woodlands at...

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By Megan McCready / October 14, 2016

How Trinity Is Making A Difference — by Ursula Carr

I am Ursula Carr. I am 18 years old. I was born in Eagle Pass, Texas into a large family....

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By Megan McCready / October 13, 2016

How Trinity Is Making A Difference — by Daniel McGinley

I’ve been attending Trinity Episcopal Church for 10 years now. My family and I moved here to The Woodlands from...

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By Megan McCready / October 11, 2016

How Trinity is Making A Difference – by Bill Hawkins

I’ve been attending Trinity for 2.5 years and normally worship at the 7:30 AM service. When I joined Trinity, I...

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By Megan McCready / October 6, 2016

CHORAL EVENSONG WITH EUCHARIST – October 16, 2006 in the Nave

About Choral Evensong Choral Evensong is a 45-min long peace-inducing church service in which the ‘song’ of voices sounding together in...

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By Megan McCready / October 4, 2016

What a Difference You Made for TEDS, by Betsy Delaney

About 24 months ago, as I was considering a move to Houston, I prayed that God would send me a...

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By Megan McCready / September 27, 2016

Letter to the Parish from Liz Johnson

After 10 years of being Kids Corner Coordinator, on September 16th, I resigned from my position here at Trinity. I...

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By Megan McCready / September 20, 2016

JDOK Sunday — Recognizing Trinity’s Little Flower Chapter, by Judy Isphording

Sunday, September 25 will be Junior Daughters of the King Sunday at Trinity. Trinity’s Little Flower Chapter was named after...

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By Megan McCready / September 13, 2016

Trinity Tomorrow Update, by Randy Redd

Last Sunday, Randy Redd, Chair the Capital Campaign Committee and member of the Trinity Tomorrow Steering Committee, spoke at all...

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By Megan McCready / September 6, 2016

September Ministry in a Minute, by Brenda Yeager

My family and I moved here from California 6 years ago and started attending Trinity a year later.  We didn’t...

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By Megan McCready / August 30, 2016

North Dakota, 2016 — by Mother Vivian

God is present at Spirit Lake Nation in North Dakota. It is beautiful country – the flat, glassy lake and...

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By Megan McCready / August 23, 2016

MAD Camp, Behind the Scenes, by Joella Tompkins

Music, Art, and Drama Camp was last month at Trinity, and it was a great success. Today’s post covers the thoughts,...

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By Megan McCready / August 16, 2016

Trinity Tomorrow Update, from the Building Committee

What has been happening behind the scenes? Since the inception of the Trinity Tomorrow Master Plan, one of the main...

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By Megan McCready / August 9, 2016

Sharing Christ’s Love in North Dakota — by Gentry Bill

The partnership between Trinity and St. Thomas in North Dakota has reached the ten-year mark this summer. I have only...

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By Gerald Sevick / August 2, 2016

The Four Essential Functions of the Church

This post is from an email that I sent out in May as we prepared for Pentecost. But this message...

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By Megan McCready / July 26, 2016

Making A Difference On The Trinity Campus

A special shout out to all who contributed their time, talent, and / or treasure to making a difference in...

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By Megan McCready / July 19, 2016

Lord of the Streets Ministry, by Fran Zachry

Lord of the Streets or L.O.T.S. is a very special ministry here at Trinity. The monetary support, time, and food...

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By Gerald Sevick / July 14, 2016

Who Are You A Neighbor To?

Yes, this is a week that has been very wearying. In a world that tries to tell us why we should ignore, take sides, why we should walk by, why we should do other than what Jesus Christ tells us to do.

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By Gerald Sevick / July 4, 2016

Pray, Study, and Work for the Kingdom of God

Dear People of God, To be a disciple of Christ means that there are disciplines we practice. One traditional way...

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By Megan McCready / June 27, 2016

About EFM — By Kay Sevick

Most of us have spent a lot of time in school or in training for skills used in our careers...

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By Gerald Sevick / June 21, 2016

After Orlando

I hope that in this darkness God will help me, and us all, be a little bit of light.

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By Megan McCready / June 13, 2016

Trinity Facilities Update from the Senior Warden

Father Gerry asked me to update the members of the congregation about a number of campus related issues and developments....

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By Megan McCready / June 7, 2016

About Community, by Deacon Bob

The social media movement has passed me by, so I just continue to reach out and embrace, face to face,...

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By Alyssa Stebbing / May 26, 2016

Developing Our Costa Rica Partnership

Meet Dulce Maday Cueva Salas Schuyler who is a member of Trinity Episcopal Church since 2013, although she has been...

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By admin / May 17, 2016

Celebrating Together

In John’s Gospel, we hear the story of Jesus gathering with His friends and family to celebrate a wedding. It...

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By Megan McCready / May 10, 2016

Ministry in a Minute — Communications

Our mission in communications is twofold: one, to ensure that everyone in the parish knows what is happening at Trinity,...

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By admin / May 3, 2016

The Hybrid Formation Program

We see this as an important tool in furthering the Gospel. When families discuss the Scriptures together, their faith is deepened, and their relationships with each other are strengthened.

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By admin / March 18, 2016

Holy Week 2016

By Gerald Sevick / March 17, 2016

Outline Of The Faith

Dear Trinitarians,  It has been a few weeks, but here is the next section from our Outline of the Faith....

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By Megan McCready / March 15, 2016

Christian Living in a Political World

I make the following promises to God, my country, and my neighbors: I will not engage in disrespecting any human...

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By Megan McCready / March 8, 2016

Ministry in a Minute — Trinity Kids Corner

Leah Robilotto-Bass gave us a glowing account of her appreciation for the Trinity Kids Corner at all four services Sunday for the...

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By Megan McCready / February 26, 2016

Literate Christians

We are to teach our children the ways of God and to show them the way of life.

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