In this blog we offer and invite reflections from parishioners, neighbors, Pied Piper families, and other friends on the changes happening at Holy Trinity Church Inwood.
If you would like to contribute a reflection of no more than 750 words, please email it to the Vicar at email@example.com for consideration.
Pat McLaughlin – Why Stay?
Pat McLauglin, Holy Trinity’s treasurer, reflects on the relationship of Holy Trinity to Inwood
Joe Burby – Same genie, new lamp!
Joe Burby, Pied Piper parent, director, and volunteer, reflects on change, making theater, and raising a family in Inwood
Leslee Warren – The “deal breaker”
Leslee Warren, member of the Vestry and long-time member reflects on neighborhood, moving, and her “deal breaker”
Charlotte Nugent – The stained glass window with the chalice in it
Charlotte Nugent writes about the light that penetrates heart and soul
Cecilia Malm – Coming down where we ought to be
Cecilia Malm, vestry member, writes about the “ought-ness” of Holy Trinity
These are the candid and personal thoughts and opinions of the authors and do not reflect the opinions of Holy Trinity Church, its Vicar, Wardens and Vestry members, the Diocese of New York, The Episcopal Church, or of any other people, institutions or organizations that the authors may be associated with in a professional or personal capacity unless explicitly stated. Posts are for information purposes only and should not be seen as giving individual professional advice. Posts in this blog remain the property of their authors. Holy Trinity is not responsible for and makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this site supplied by the authors, and will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information, the availability of this information, or any losses, injuries or damages arising from the display or use of this information.
Last updated: September 29, 2018.