The final luncheon concert of this season is tomorrow featuring the Early Music group Les Fleurs de Lys. Performers are Jennifer Jill Araya, Soprano and Violoncellist; Richard Arnest, Flutist and Early Woodwinds; and William Willits, Guitarist, Lutenist, and Theorboist. If you have always wondered what a theorbo is, don’t miss your chance to hear and see one. Lunch is available in the May Room from 11:30 am for $7.00. The concert is held in the church beginning at 12:15 pm and is free of charge.
Director of Christian Formation & Volunteer Coordinator
Michelle Baker, Director at Lincoln Grant Scholar House, has invited Trinity Parishioners to visit and tour their facility this coming Sunday, April 21st, at 12:45. Shelly with one of her residents, Cindi, presented a TED talk at Trinity in January and participants expressed considerable interest in learning more about Lincoln Grant and in supporting the great work being done there. LGSH provides low cost housing and life skills support/training for single parent families in which the parent is actively pursuing a post high school degree. It is located at 824 Greenup in the old LG Highschool; just a few blocks away from Trinity. There is ample parking on the street. Please join us Sunday, April 22, after TED, to learn more about the Scholar House and explore ways Trinity can be involved in supporting their success.