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Our Special Productions and Services
We have celebrated many events and odd occasions that are relevant to our history and to that of the Episcopal church. These are primarily historical and festive and we tend to favor the inter-generational idea that we can involve as many entire families as possible. This brings a cohesiveness to our congregation and makes us all understand each other better.
During the restoration of the church in 2000-2002, we anticipated doing major religious productions, so the entire chancel was redesigned to become open for large casts and sets. The altar was put on wheels so it could be pushed back against the wall, the communion rails are removable, as are the choir stalls and all the other furniture there so that the chancel becomes completely open. In this photograph, the communion rails have been removed, the altar is against wall, and all of the choir stalls have found temporary new homes. The chancel measures 65' across and 40' deep.
The set for Noye's Fludde under construction in the empty chancel. The rainbow, made of spinnaker cloth, is 20 ' across and 10' high when unfolded.
We are also fortunate to have a number of very professional leaders as parishioners, who give so generously of their extraordinary talents.
We have had several very special events at Trinity in the past several years and we want to share them. Below are links to stories and pictures of the Re-interment of the Colonial Bones found in the original Trinity Parish cemetery on Mill Plain Road, Noyes Fludde in 2002, and the Boar's Head and Yule Log Festival in 2007.