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At Trinity, we all enjoy and benefit from membership in a community of faithful people - faithful to our Lord and to each other. We carry fond memories of Trinity wherever we go: Rich worship experiences; friends who have become part of our extended, caring family; Support in times of personal difficulties; Beautiful little faces in song and laughter; Openly sharing our concerns and helping with the needs of others; God responding to our prayers.

No matter where you are in your life's journey, I invite you to explore our website and learn about Trinity and our mission to: Love God; Love Neighbor; and Change the World. Even better. Come visit us in Wheaton, IL sometime!

Peace, Father Kevin Caruso Rector

Let Us Keep In Our Prayers

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Those who have requested Intercession
Let us keep in our prayers Matthew Longhurst, Mike Boldus, Cindy, Jodi Massie, Eileen, Marie DiBello, Dorothy Wellman, Jim, Susan, Meghan Dongarra, Jim Stewart, Sue Travis, Cole, Barbara Byington, Hunter Byington, Gloria Simon, Katherine, Margaret, Katarina Mackovic, the Mackovic family, Gerald Massie, Jennifer Neil-Miller, Michael Dulkinys, Judy Budde, Vickie Balamucki, Kay McNamara, Charlie Wysocki, Barbara Wysocki, the Wysocki family, Bob, Casey, Will, Mike, Mary Needham, John Poulos, the Ishmael family, Sandy Cannova, the Calacci family, Barbara Reiner, the Kettle & Willis families, Leslie Holmes, The Byrnes family, the Brown, Delgado, & Fuller families, Susan, Marthajo Rademacher, Vickie Fay, Ashley, Steve Cochran, Missy Moore, Sheila Perry, Abby Kenigsberg, Anne Pratt, Anne Hoey, health care providers, and the people of the Diocese of Renk.
Faithfully Departed
Mary Willis, Tom Byrnes, Joyce Brown, Pam DiGioia, Mary "Bunky" Staub, Richard Bataille, and Grant Puskas.
Serving In The Military
Billy Clarke

Poetry in Prison - A Lenten Invitation

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On Thursdays in Lent, from 7:00 – 7:30 PM, there will be an opportunity on Zoom (passcode: 60187) to mark, read, and inwardly digest selected poems from the current issue of Poetry magazine (available at I’ll convene the first session on February 25 – but for the remaining sessions (on Mar. 4, 11, 18, and 25), my hope is that other Trinitarians will take turns selecting a poem and convening and closing the session.

Prayer and Healing Service

This service will be held every 4th Monday at 12 noon and Fridays at 7pm at St Thomas Episcopal Church. Because we cannot go into the homes of the sick and shut-in and all those that need our prayers, we will continue to practice social distancing. But we can still be there for each other. We will reach out to them to offer prayer and healing by way of Zoom. This invitation is open to everyone. So please plan to serve and invite others to join us. Join Zoom Meeting: You can reach Deacon Trilby at 708-891-0229/ 708-548-5508 cell.