Join us this coming Sunday for worship! Our summer schedule continues this week, with services at 8:00 AM (in the chapel) and 10:00 AM (in the sanctuary and online).

Readings: Ecclesiastes 1:12-14, 2:1-6; 9-11 / Psalm 49:1-12; 16 / Colossians 3:5-17 / Luke 12:13-21

Preacher:  Jamie Brown

Livestream link (10:00 AM and on-demand any time after): HERE 

Children: Truro Kids, Club 56 and The Nest (3 month-preK) will be open during the 10 AM service. Please register HERE

Connection Center: Stay after the 10 AM service for coffee, treats, and fellowship on the brick patio. Check out the events board and look for people wearing Volunteer Name Tags to find out what is happening at Truro. 

Dear Truro Family,

One of the things I love most about Truro is that we’re a singing church. We absolutely delight in singing to the Lord together. Quiet songs, loud songs, slow songs, fast songs, old songs, new songs, and everything in between. We enjoy such a rich legacy of robust congregational singing here, and like many of you, I’ve never experienced anything quite like it anywhere else!

In this coming Sunday’s New Testament reading, we’re reminded of some of the reasons why we sing. From Colossians 3:16:

“Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly…”

We sing because it allows the good news of Jesus Christ to dwell richly in our souls. You may have noticed that we remember what we sing. It’s why commercial jingles are so catchy! Every time we sing, we’re preaching to ourselves.

“…teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom…”

We’re also preaching to those people around us in the pews. In the words of the old hymn, we’re all “prone to wander…”. And we’re tossed and turned by the world during the week. When we sing, we’re encouraging our brothers and sisters with the truth.

“…singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs…”

We sing a variety of songs, spanning centuries, written by different people with different testimonies, from the Psalms that Jesus himself sang, to hymns that have resounded through the ages, to new songs inspired today. God is worthy of it all.

“…with thankfulness in your hearts to God”.

God is so glorious, and his gospel is such good news, that whenever we sing, his Holy Spirit moves in our hearts to give us new reasons to praise. Sometimes this draws us to our knees, or to our feet, and sometimes this draws us to clap–or lift–our hands. These are outward signs of an inward thankfulness that God is stirring in our hearts as we sing.

So come ready to sing this coming Sunday. Don’t be bashful about your voice, and don’t worry if you don’t think you’re much of a “singer.” God has given you a voice to use, and he’s given you a song to sing.

"O for a thousand tongues to sing
My great Redeemer’s praise
The glories of my God and King
The triumphs of his grace!"

See you Sunday!


  • Young Adults This Sunday we’ll meet outside at the high-top table, order lunch, and then gather at Gunnell House for food and games. Contact Genna Walnut for more info. Newcomers are welcome!
  • Join Family Ministry August 14 on the front lawn to hear what is happening with our kids (0 to 18 years old) and how you can become a part of a community that helps our youngest members grow in their faith. Learn about all the different ways you can help in The Nest, Truro Kids, and Youth Group from volunteers who have been blessed by building relationships with our kids. Grab your coffee and come join our ministry circle. 

  • Seniors Lunch is every Wednesday, at 12 PM, in the Undercroft. We are watching The Chosen, Season 1. Everyone can come! Please register HERE so we know you are coming. We appreciate a $5 donation. 



  • Membership: Want to know more about life at Truro Anglican Church and how you can become a member? Join Mary Hays on August 14 at 9 AM in Common Grounds to learn more about ways in which you can take the next step in building deeper relationships as members of Truro.


  • Thank you for your generosity in helping children in our area have a great start to the new school year. We received over 200 backpacks, and they keep coming in. Your care will bless more children than we ever imagined!! We continue to welcome your donation of bottled water for The Lamb Center through August. 

  • Truro Cares is launching a new ministry outreach effort: Truro Jail Ministry. The Mentor Training Refresher Course (via Zoom) will start Thursday September 22, and continue every third Thursday 7:30-8:30 PM, to prepare men and women to teach and facilitate classes and mentor inmates. For more information contact Vic Rinaldi or Maggie Marcum

  • The Lamb Center is Open for Volunteers - Consider helping in the kitchen, front desk, or the clothing closet. Please email Barb DeLisa if you are interested in joining their volunteer team! 
  • The Acolyte Ministry needs you! Rising 6th-12th graders are eligible. All training provided. Wonderful way to serve the Lord and your parish. Email Kim Buchanan or call 703.407.9025 for details.
Other Business Finance Update

Revenue (Restricted and Unrestricted Giving) as of 6/30/2022

  • Received $1,067,761
  • Planned $1,205,313
  • Difference ($137,552)

Expenses as of 6/30/2022

  • Actual $1,231,263
  • Planned $1,223,940
  • Difference ($7,323)
Wanda Bridgman February 16, 1929 - July 24, 2022 Funeral to be held in the Truro Chapel on Monday, August 1 at 2 PM "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.”
~Psalm 116:15

Truro Preschool and Kindergarten (TPK) | Teachers

TPK is looking to fill the following positions for the 2022-23 school year:

  • Five day a week Kindergarten teacher. Hours: 8:30-2:30
  • Substitute teaching assistants
 Please contact Fiona Bracy for more details.

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