Spiritual Unity Amid Social Distancing

It’s All About Caring, Connecting, and Collaborating

During this crisis, we are finding new ways to have spiritual unity in this season of social distancing. With everything that’s been disrupted, it is good to know some things haven’t changed (even if they look a little different).

Caring isn’t canceled. Whether you are feeling anxious, need encouragement, or have practical needs like getting pantry items and paying rent, let us know. We want to care for each other now more than ever.

Connecting isn’t canceled. In addition to tuning in on Sunday morning, Trinity is providing free access to Zoom Pro for groups so that they can continue to connect relationally.

Collaborating isn’t canceled. There are many ways to serve our community in this crisis. You can find more details below.

Caring - Connecting - Collaborating

Caring


If you need help, here are some resources that may be of help to you during this time of crisis:


Connecting


During this time of social distancing, we still want to stay close to each other! We have a number of small groups who are virtually meeting each week. It is very easy to plug into one of these groups because they are at different times throughout the week. We encourage you to stay connected first with God, and then with each other!

Also, if you are interested in starting a group (could be a virtual dinner club!), please let us know at main@TrinityNY.org.

Sundays:

Tuesdays:

Wednesdays:

Thursdays:

The Walk hosts virtual events for people in their 20s and 30s. Email TheWalk@TrinityNY.org for more info about upcoming events.


Collaborating



Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.

Galatians 6:2