What has the Recovery + Transition team learned from the work we have done? We learned to listen and we learned that listening is healing. The Recovery and Transition Team came together with a diversity of perspectives but with a unified goal: to help Truro become a more godly, healthier congregation. As [...]
Our recent parish meeting was held on Sunday, December 6 on Zoom and was recorded. You can access the recording at this link: PARISH MEETING RECORDING. The FAQs prepared after the meeting are available here: FAQs from parish meeting Dec 6, 2020
Please join us for a parish-wide Zoom call on Sunday, December 6 at 2:00 p.m. We will report on what we learned from our 22 Cottage Meetings, give updates from staff and vestry, and share thoughts about Truro. You can CLICK HERE to join the meeting.
Save the date for a parish-wide Zoom meeting where we will share what we have learned through talking with many of you in our series of Cottage Meetings. We'll discuss what our congregation appreciates about Truro and what our hopes are for the future. Details on how to participate will [...]
Last Sunday, the Right Rev. John A.M. Guernsey preached from Truro’s pulpit on Philippians 1:12-30, which he described as the “Epistle of Joy.” Bishop John also participated in the installation of the newest members of our vestry. For the first time since the church was closed to in-person worship, members [...]
Inner Healing Prayer Trained intercessors are happy to meet with you. To schedule an appointment with one, email the Rev. Sue Hardman at [email protected] Pastoral Conversation with a Priest The Rev. Coleman Tyler ([email protected])and the Rev. Sue Hardman ([email protected]) are both available for pastoral conversations. You can send an email [...]
At the end of every Alpha course we ask guests what they thought—what they liked, what could be better. I expect them to talk about the food, the talks, the small groups the retreat, all of the pieces of Alpha. It surprises me how many say that the best thing [...]