Growing in Love of God and Neighbor

Faith and Prayer Resources in the Time of Epidemic

This page gathers online resources here to help you pray at home and stay connected to Trinity. While you’re at home, please keep all the members of Trinity in your prayers, and know that we are keeping you in ours!

Worship With Trinity * Praying Together at Home * Learning at Home * Other Resources * Worship Archives *

Visit our Weekly News page here for our Worship Schedule 

Watch our Live Worship

Visit our Sunday School page to find weekly resources for children.

On Tuesdays at 7 pm, Bob Litsinger offers a service of Evening Prayer by Zoom. If you want to join the service from a landline phone, email Bob Litsinger for details. It’s a wonderful way to add connection, prayer, and peace to your week.

Watch our thanks to all of you who give time and talent to the life of Trinity.

View our Sunday Announcements

Read Sermons from Trinity:

Reflections and prayers from Mother Emily online:


Praying Together at Home

Get the whole Book of Common Prayer in a PDF to use at home.

Or link to this online version for specific services:

Learn how to pray Morning Prayer at home using just your Book of Common Prayer and Bible in this friendly video from Bishop Jennifer Reddall of The Episcopal Diocese of Arizona. 

Daily Office Website: An online group of Episcopalians in North America posts daily Morning and Evening Prayer, with lessons, psalms, and prayers already chosen for you. If you’re using this on Sunday, note that it won’t have the same readings we read that day at Trinity, because the website uses the “Daily Office” readings and we’re using the Sunday readings – same day, different calendar.

Daily Prayer Anytime: A resource of Forward Movement (who brought us RenewalWorks).  Enter the date of the service you wish to pray, and you’ll get a ready-to-use service from The Book of Common Prayer that makes all the choices from tables and lectionaries for you.

Prayer podcasts:

Prayers for this time; compiled by our Deacon Intern Carol Rodgers

Prayers for the Sick:

Prayer for People Critically Ill or Facing Great Uncertainty
God of the present moment,
God who in Jesus stills the storm
and soothes the frantic heart;
bring hope and courage to all
who wait or work in uncertainty.
Bring hope that you will make them the equal
of whatever lies ahead.
Bring them courage to endure what cannot be avoided,
for your will is health and wholeness;
you are God, and we need you.
adapted from A New Zealand Prayer Book, as shared by Episcopal Relief and Development

The Litany of Joy that Deacon Leslie shared on July 26.

Pray with the whole Episcopal Church from home: The National Cathedral is offering livestream Eucharists on Sundays and several other online prayer options. View a calendar with links to the services here.  


Faith activities for Families and Children

You may find helpful resources here even if you don’t have children at home!

Bible Study with the Bishop: Bishop Chip Stokes will offer an online Bible Study via Zoom videoconference each Wednesday at 7 pm

Faith at Home – activities and reflections based on the Episcopal Church lectionary

Illustrated Ministry – explore their resources for families, or use the link at the top of the page to sign up to receive weekly emails with learning resources for all ages.

J2A “At Home Study Lesson”: Students were asked to draw an interpretation of one of the “Stations of the Cross“. View their wonderful work!


Other Resources:

Episcopal Relief and Development: “A Faith-Based Response to Epidemics” 

A directory of online AA meetings
And online NA meetings


Archive of Recorded Worship: 

Archives of live-streamed worship from September 13 through the present are available on our Livestream page (in the right-hand column) or on our YouTube channel.