Time is a sort of river of passing events, and strong is its current; no sooner is a thing brought to sight than it is swept by and another takes its place, and this too will be swept away.
The Trinity Church Time Capsule has arrived and now can be seen in our Undercroft in the Library area. This summer it will be sealed and placed beneath the new front steps that are being installed. An appropriate ceremony will mark the burying of the time capsule.
Parishioners and others are encouraged to make suggestions for the contents of the capsule. Items pertaining to Trinity and its people would be appropriate, along with photographs or other artifacts reflecting Trinity’s life in 2017. There are certain restrictions: no liquids, no food, no perishables, nothing likely to damage any of the other contents of the capsule, and so forth.
All suggestions will be reviewed and a final list of contents prepared, taking into account the relatively limited amount of space within the capsule. A suitable plaque will be placed in our narthex reminding future Trinitarians of our gift to their generation, as we ourselves have been the beneficiaries of generations past.
Suggestions for items to be included in the capsule can be written on slips of paper and placed into the capsule itself in the Undercroft. Or they can be emailed to Kim Morris (email@example.com) or David Assis (firstname.lastname@example.org).