October 2, 2016 – Sunday – 11:00 AM
Travels of Trinity Bus Trip
We will start a bus tour of the four sites in Marshfield that have played a major part of Trinity’s history. The bus will take us to the Center of Marshfield, to East Marshfield, to Sea View and back to Marshfield Hills … tracking the location of our worshipers from 1745 to the present. We are celebrating our 100th anniversary from the 1916 re-birth of the Trinity Mission in the Sea View neighborhood under the leadership of Arch-Deacon Herbert Johnson.
We will learn how Mayflower descendants founded the first Trinity and that the Tories (British Loyalists) in Marshfield were among the first Trinity Church congregants and much more such as:
- What happened to our church following American Independence?
- What caused a Trinity Church in East Marshfield to close its doors before the Civil War?
- How did the Episcopalian women in Town help purchase our third church building?
- How did we end up in the c. 1830 Second Baptist Church building
- And at our present location on Highland Street?
- How did Johnson Hall get its name?
After the tour there will be birthday cake and beverages (approximately 1 PM)
A charge of $15 per person will apply to cover the cost of the bus rental.
October 15, 2016 – Saturday – 5pm
Centennial Banquet at Haddad’s Restaurant, Brant Rock
- Buffet choice of three excellent entrees to please every taste.
- A cash bar will be available.
- Background music provided by a Marshfield High School String Ensemble.
- Bishop will say a few words to recognize the 100 years of Trinity Church.
- Trinity Members will recall the finest moments in their experience at Trinity.
- Champagne toast and birthday cake
- Dancing and DJ music will start at about 8 PM
Please R.S.V.P to Jane Davidson before Monday, October 10th
$30 per person
We are truly a community deepening our spiritual life together, so that we can love as God loves us. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, we welcome you regardless of age, religious background or sexual orientation. People who walk through our doors find themselves surrounded by love and caring, and we take good care of each other when times are challenging, which they often are, for all of us! We are also very mindful of the community around us and are constantly finding ways to reach out to Marshfield and beyond.