Launching the New HTAC Mobile App!

We are excited to announce an important new way to engage with Holy Trinity, and an update to giving at our church!

As you know, we’ve been working with PushPay to create online giving options for our church family, and those options currently include an online giving page on our website, an online giving option with our CCB site, and a text-to-give option from your smartphone.

Now, we are launching HTAC’s online app for your smartphone. From this app, you will have access to the Happenings Summary and the Sunday readings at your fingertips. The Church-wide calendar is included in the app, along with a variety of pages taken from our HTAC website. The app even includes links to an online Bible and pages for taking notes during Sunday TCT and sermons.

In addition, the new app includes a link to our online giving page.

We are very excited about the new app and the features offered. To check it out, you can download the app to your Apple iPhone or your Android smartphone in the following ways:

1. Text HOLYTRINITYACAPP to 77977 from your smartphone and click the download link OR

2. Go to the app store on your iPhone or your Android phone and search for Holy Trinity Anglican Church. The app listing will appear, and you can download the app from there.

Get the app installed on your mobile device and start exploring. If you have feedback on the content, or if there are things you’d like to see in the app, just let us know by contacting the Church Office.

Blessings to all.

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Sign Up NOW for a Life Group

Why join a life group?

Well, you breath, and you eat, and you sleep to sustain your physical life. Yes?

Doing life together in a small community group, sharing your victories and your challenges, practicing love and compassion and grace, experiencing God's love and care through others, never grieving or celebrating alone: these are the air, the food and the rest of your spiritual life.

God made us to live in true community. Jesus calls us to share life with one another. Community and connection don't happen just on Sunday; they need to be regular features of the rest of our week.

Life Groups are one of the most important and most effective ways for each of us, as members of the Body of Christ, to love and learn and grow in our walks as followers of Jesus.

Please sign up to be a part of our Life Group experience. We are working hard to match people up in small groups, considering availability and schedules and geography. Don't let this opportunity pass you by!

You can sign up online at THIS FORM. Or you can sign up on the paper signup sheets in our Fellowship Hall.

The Healing Journey

The Healing Journey is coming to Colorado on Friday and Saturday, October 11 and 12, at Church of the Advent in Denver.

The Healing Journey is an extension of the Eucharist table. The three core elements of the Healing Journey will be worship, teaching, and prayer ministry. We will set the table for the Holy Spirit to move among us and in us through worship of our Lord and inspirational, challenging stories told by Bishops, Priests, Deacons, Professors, and Laity—stories of loss and lament, the glory we are called to in Christ, struggles with sin and anxiety. As we worship and listen, our faithful God will move among us by his Holy Spirit, speaking to each one according to his will. After each speaker, the invitation will be given to be prayed for by faithful prayer ministers. 

Seating is limited for The Healing Journey, and special discounted tickets are available for only a short time. For more information, please visit The Healing Journey website at this link: HEALING JOURNEY.

Narnian Catechism

In September, we will launch the 2019/2020 offering of the Narnian Catechism for adults and for youth at HTAC.

The Catechism is a biblical, sound and historically grounded way to understand who God is, who we are, and our relationship to Him. We learn and grow, seeking to experience personally our God and His love. 

The classic Anglican Catechism and accompanying Scripture include study of The Apostles Creed (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit), our Baptismal Promises, the Sacraments, the Ten Commandments, and the Lord’s Prayer. To unpack the content, we lean into the writings of learned theologians, such as J.I. Packer, N.T. Wright, Thomas Oden and Gerald Bray.

To enliven the material to touch our hearts more deeply, we use the Chronicles of Narnia (and various other writings of C.S. Lewis), which track amazingly well with each element of the Catechism and help open our imaginations to love God even more deeply.

The Catechism will offer context and content to grow closer in relationship with God and with each other. It is traditionally the Anglican preparation for Confirmation.  

The Narnian Catechism will run from September through March and is open to anyone interested. For more details, see the materials HERE on the Holy Trinity Website.