Here is where you can find the latest information on Holy Trinity’s response the COVID-19. We will share the latest news and updates as it relates to the ministries of the Holy Trinity.
UPDATE 3/25/2022: Please see our newest continued reopening plan. The first stage of this plan went into effective on Sunday, March 13, 2022 with the discontinuation of the requirement of masks while inside Holy Trinity. You can see the plan by clicking here.
UPDATE 12/29/2021: Please read the email regarding the closing of the chapel for worship services, please click here.
UPDATE 12/23/2021: Please read the email that was sent out this afternoon, you may find it by clicking here.
Update 11/23/2021: Given the newly announced phased approach to limit the risk of transmission and infection in Erie County, the leadership of Holy Trinity is re-evaluating our current COVID protocols. This will continue to be an ongoing process. While the new mask mandate will not affect Sunday morning worship, it will affect how groups, committees, etc. meet and use the space at Holy Trinity. As with the mask mandate, effective November 23, all individuals, groups, committees entering the church will be required to wear a mask over their nose and mouth; who are age 2 or older and medically able to tolerate a mask. The council will continue to evaluate our protocols as new information is shared from the Erie County Department of Health. More information will be communicated in the next week via postal and electronic mail. Please contact the church office for more information.
A Letter to the Congregation from the Congregation Council President, December 1, 2021. Click here.
A letter from Pastors Miller and Maynor can be found here.
A letter from the Upstate New York Synod Bishop, John Macholz can be found here.
Information from the ELCA can be found here.
Lent 2022 begins Wednesday, March 2nd once again we will be using a worship and sermon series. This year our Lenten theme it the series, You Are Here. It serves both as an assurance for us and a proclamation that God is present. The developers hope that through dwelling in this Lenten pageant of places, you will come to recognize, Yes! I am here. And God, because of Jesus, is here too. You will see this theme show up in our worship liturgy, as a sermon series, in a daily devotional, and on our social media pages. You can pick up a copy of the daily devotional on the tables at the entrance ways, on by clicking here, 2022 Lenten Daily Devotion, or calling the church office.
There is a new page dedicated to Sunday School which can be found under the Grow and Discover tab located at the top of the page. We will begin to add Sunday School resources for use during our COVID-19. This page will be updated and will continue even after we able to come back and be community in person. You can find that page by clicking here.
We also have a page for our youth group, found under the same tab as the new Sunday School page (under the Grow and Discover page), listed as LYO:Youth Group. Pastor Brenda will update this page with information and various resources both during and after our COVID-19 Stay-in-Place.
For more detailed updates regarding COVID-19 please visit the following websites:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
World Health Organization
Erie County Department of Health
New York State Department of Health
Buffalo, NY COVID-19 Page