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Physically Distant but Spiritually Connected

Here are some of the opportunities for connection we are offering at Trinity during the coronavirus emergency.

Virtual Sunday Services – Broadcast Live at 11:00am

Sometimes watching over each other in love looks like staying away from each other. This is one of those times.

Join us on YouTube — Recorded services are available indefinitely. Watch anytime!

Subscribe to our E-mail Updates

Keep up with the latest opportunities via our weekly e-mail Update, published every Friday. (It’s also available on our Facebook page.)

Virtual Coffee with Sid – Thursdays at 10:30am

Join our lead minister Sid Hall on Google Meet on Thursdays at 10:30am for an informal gathering and chat. A Google account is not required. If you do not have a computer or tablet, you can participate by phone. Contact for details.

Maundy Thursday & A Virtual Seder

Join Trinity on Thursday, April 9 at 5:30pm for a virtual Maundy Thursday service.

The celebration will last 25 minutes to allow attendance at a virtual Passover Seder Reflection by Rabbi Lev Baesh of Congregation Kol Halev and Waking Giants on the same evening from 6:00-6:30pm. The event is free, but if you would like a copy of a seder haggadah booklet to use at home, it is available for download with a $10 donation. Passover Seder Reflection on Zoom (Zoom client required – download in advance)

Gender in Genesis Online Class (4 weeks)

– Did you know that the image and likeness of God are male and female respectively?
– Did you know that all days except the second day of creation are called “good”?
– It’s possible to read that the first human, Adam, was both male and female.
– It is also possible to read that man and woman were made by splitting Adam in half, not from a rib, and some ancient Jews read it this way.
– Did you know that Jacob, the father of the Hebrew tribes was transgendered into God’s bride and took the name Israel when he transitioned?

We will discuss all these interesting topics and more as we delve into gender in Genesis 1, 2, 3, and 25.

Starting April 15, our ministerial intern Gus Lott will present this class online from 8:00-9:30pm on Wednesdays.

To register, contact

Support Hope Food Pantry’s Emergency Services

Donate to Hope Food Pantry

Hope Food Pantry’s mission has always been to help alleviate hunger in the community. Hope volunteers have been supplying Austin families with groceries since the year 2000. That puts Hope in a very strong position to help during these unprecedented and difficult times. To help as many families as possible they are currently operating TWO types of distribution models:

Pick up at Curbside Distribution:

The regular Thursday, Friday, and first Saturday of the month days of distribution from 9 – 10:30 are currently operating.  However, they have changed to a Pick up at Curbside model of distribution. Families who come will be given pre-packed bags of staple food items.

If you are in need of groceries please come by during Hope’s hours of operation to receive groceries at 4001 Speedway 78751.  They will help check you in with a no contact, social distancing safe process.

Stay Home, Stay Healthy Delivery Distribution:

In collaboration with Good Apple, LLC, food will be delivered to qualified families’ doors. The delivery food model of distribution will focus on senior citizens (55+) and/or people at-risk of severe COVID-19 infection

Click here to apply and see if you qualify for the Stay Home, Stay Healthy program.  If you do not have access to a computer/phone please call the hotline at 737-228-3558. To learn more click here. Please feel free to share this information with any families or individuals who could benefit from this type of distribution model.

Donate to Hope Food Pantry

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