EXODUS: A Story of Divine Intervention & Justice
Rector’s Bible Study
Wednesdays starting May 8
10:15 AM – Parish Hall
Wednesdays starting May 8
10:15 AM – Parish Hall
Fr. Ben is always going on and on about the Good News of the Gospel and what it means for us. But what does it mean for us? How does it affect our everyday life? How can we learn more about it and finds ways to look for it?
In this multi-week study, we will answer exactly those question, giving attendees practical ways to develop their own spiritual practices, and through those, a deeper understanding of the Gospel. We'll touch on many topics and you won't want to miss it!
Sept 15 Why Spiritual Practices: Preparing the Fields
Sept 22 Reading Scripture: A Mirror, A Megaphone & A Mimic
Sept 29 Praying: Talking & Listening to God
Oct 5 Praying: For Others, For Ourselves & For Help
Oct 20 Service: Deeds & the Gospel
While you're trick-or-treating in Wenonah this year, HT will be open for all of your Halloween pit stop needs!
Our hospitality table will provide costume first aid for any of those rips or broken accessories, water, and of course candy, and our bathrooms will be open for use. Bathrooms are handicap accessible and a changing table is also available.
The church will also be open for quiet reflection. Candles will be available for you to light in memory of loved ones who have died.
"Almighty and everliving God, you have made all things in your wisdom and established the boundaries of life and death:
Grant that we may obey your voice in this world, and in the world to come may enjoy that rest and peace which you have appointed for your people; through Jesus Christ who is Resurrection and Life, and who lives and reigns for ever and ever. Amen."
- Book of Common Prayer
Join us on the church lawn under the cherry tree, as we observe the Feast of St. Francis and offer a blessing of the animals.We'll take an offering of monetary donations and items for the Gloucester County Animal Shelter.
Sundays Sept 29 & Oct 6
12:00 PM – The Parish Hall
The Fourth of July at HT
Wed, July 4 at 7:30 AM
Join us as we march in the Wenonah parade. Meet at the church at 7:45 AM for coffee and donuts, then prepare to give out candy, dog treats, and flyers for the church. The parade ends at 9:30 AM and the festivities continue at 10 AM. Contact Ben Maddison for details.
FREEDOM is a three-week sermon series looking at this distinction between Law and Gospel and clinging to the good news of our salvation, justification, and transformation through the finished work of Jesus Christ. We’ll hear why this “freedom” Paul talks about is so powerful and such good news for tired, overworked, and struggling people. Join us as we journey through this book together!
June 23 - Freedom is Free: What the Law Tells Us About Ourselves & Where to Find Hope
June 30 - Let Freedom Ring: Responding to the Freedom of Christ & How it Shows Up in Life
July 7 - Live Free & Die: The End of Freedom in the Christian Life
Join us for this Holy Trinity tradition with a new twist. In the parking lot on Monroe, we will have a bounce house, face painting, yard games, drinks, and places for folks to eat. BYO and enjoy family fun and fellowship! Get your tickets today!
Sundays starting May 5
9:00 AM – Parish Hall
Easter at Holy Trinity
April 21, 2019 at 8 & 10 AM
Come celebrate the end of Holy Week and the beginning of the Easter season with Holy Trinity. On Easter, we celebrate God's triumph over sin and death through the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Come hear about this amazing miracle that changed the world forever. Everyone is welcome and invited! Be sure to stick around after the 10 AM service for Coffee Hour and an Easter Egg Hunt around the church!
Join us for the first service of Easter, the Great Vigil. Beginning with a symbolic lighting of the New Flame, we will hear again about God's saving work for humanity: from the creation of the world to the crossing of the red sea, to the raising of Christ from the dead! A powerful service of light and hope, we celebrate together Christ's victory over sin and death, sharing in the first Holy Communion of the Easter Season. Stick around after the service for a champagne and chocolate reception.
HOLY SATURDAY: APRIL 20 - 9 AM
The nadir of the Three Days, this short service of prayers and readings contemplates the mystery of a God who has experienced death. After the service, we will decorate for Easter services. If you are interested helping, please contact Joanne.
The Community Good Friday theme is the STATIONS OF THE CROSS
Join us at Holy Trinity (Wenonah) at 12 PM
GOOD FRIDAY: APRIL 19 - 7 PM
Good Friday is a powerful service, remembering Jesus’ passion and death for our sins, and marking the moment of his sacrifice. Note: There will be no Communion this year at the Good Friday service.
MAUNDY THURSDAY: APRIL 18 - 7 PM
A service where the three final instructions of Jesus are remembered: to wash feet, to love one another, to “do this in remembrance of me.” This service will feature foot-washing, Communion, and the Stripping of the Altar.
The chapel will be open for prayer & vigil from Thurs. to Fri.
Mar 13 Labyrinths Wenonah PCUSA (202 E Mantua Ave, Wenonah, NJ 08090)
Mar 20 Fasting Barnesboro UMC (677 Main St, Sewell, NJ 08080)
Mar 27 Silence Mt. Zion Wesley UMC (1470 Glassboro Rd, Wenonah, NJ 08090)
April 3 Cont. Prayer St. Paul’s UMC (74 Church St, West Deptford, NJ 08086)
April 10 Lectio Divina Wenonah UMC (105 E Willow St, Wenonah, NJ 08090)
In this five-week study, we will look at a biblical and Christian understanding of death. From our theology around death, the biblical tradition, to the more practical aspects of funeral preparation and will-making, this course in death and dying is meant to be a safe place to ask the hard questions under less stressful and emotional circumstances. We hope you’ll join us!
Mere Christianity Reading Group
Thursday in Lent from 6-8 PM at Rectory
March 7 to April 11
Join us in Lent as we read C.S. Lewis'--writer of the Chronicles of Narnia--famous Christian apologetic from the 1930s. In this short, accessible book, Lewis takes the reader through reasons to believe in God, to believing in a Christian God, to being a committed faithful Christian. Everyone is invited. Sign up in the narthex so we know how many people to expect. You can get a copy of the book here or contact Ben to order one for you.
Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent, a season meant for reflection, repentance, and self-examination. We offer three opportunities to enter into a Holy Lent: 7 AM, Noon, & 7 PM
We will also be offering “Ashes to Go” along Mantua Blvd throughout the day.
New Adult Sunday School
Paul's Letter to the Romans
Presented by the Good Book Club
Starts January 13 at 9 AM in the Parish Hall
New Adult Sunday School Topic
Sundays at 9 AM in the Parish Hall
An Advent offering for the whole family. Food, fellowship, formation and fun!
Wednesdays at 6 PM in the Parish Hall