Pajama Vespers Videos
Pajama Vespers are warm & happy early evening gatherings that include a family activity, a story, a song, and candlelight prayers.
Prior to the pandemic, Pajama Vespers services took place in the sanctuary on Sunday evenings when families came (sometimes in pajamas!) to share stories and prayers before getting ready for bed.
When COVID arrived, this service became virtual, Pastor Nancy offers a new YouTube video each week, complete with songs, prayers and bedtime stories. Be sure to check Trinity’s homepage for new Pajama Vespers videos each week!
(ves’pers = a short and relaxing early evening time of prayer)
Here Are Pastor Nancy’s Most Recent and Archived Pajama Vespers Videos!
Second Sunday After Pentecost — I Am: Why Two Little Words Mean So Much by Dr. Wayne Dyer & Kristina Tracy, illus by Stacy Heller Budnick
Trinity Sunday — This I Know: Seeing God in the World He Made by Clay Anderson with pictures by Natalie Merheb
Pentecost Sunday — You’re Here For a Reason by Nancy Tillman
Seventh Sunday After Easter — What Do You Do With a Problem? by Kobi Yamada and illustrated by Mae Besom
Fifth Sunday After Easter — Papa Do You Love Me? by Barbara M. Joosse and illustrated by Barbara Lavallee
Easter Sunday — He Is Risen: Rocks Tell the Story of Easter by Patti Rokus
Sixth Sunday of Lent — Humphrey’s First Palm Sunday by Carol Heyer
Fifth Sunday of Lent — Final chapter of Make Room: A Child’s Guide to Lent and Easter by Laura Alary and illustrated by Ann Boyajian
Fourth Sunday of Lent — More chapters of Make Room: A Child’s Guide to Lent and Easter by Laura Alary and illustrated by Ann Boyajian
First Sunday of Lent — Make Room: A Child’s Guide to Lent and Easter by Laura Alary and illustrated by Ann Boyajian
Last Sunday After Epiphany — What I Like About Me! A Book Celebrating Differences by Allia Zobel Nolan and illustrated by Miki Sakamoto
Seventh Sunday After Epiphany — Sensing Peace by Suzana E. Yoder and illustrated by Rachel Hoffman-Bayles
Sixth Sunday After Epiphany — Absalom Jones: America’s First Black Priest by Mark Francisco Bozzuti-Jones with pictures by Christopher Michael Taylor
Fifth Sunday After Epiphany — Listen by Holly M. McGhee and illustrated by Pascal Lemaitre
Third Sunday After Epiphany — Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by Mary McNamara and I Am Enough by Sarah Byers.
Second Sunday After Epiphany — A Picture Book of Martin Luther King, Jr. by David A. Adler, illustrated by Robert Casilla
Epiphany — Humphrey’s First Christmas by Carol Heyer
Second Sunday After Christmas — The Nativity with illustrations by Julie Vivas AND a tour of Trinity members’ own home Nativity scenes throughout the Church!
Third Sunday of Advent — Room for a Little One: A Christmas Tale by Martin Waddell, illustrated by Jason Cockcroft.
Second Sunday of Advent — This is the Star by Joyce Dunbar pictures by Gary Blythe
First Sunday of Advent — Song of the Stars: A Christmas Story by Sally Lloyd-Jones, paintings by Alison Jay.
Twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost —I Sing a Song of the Saints of God by Lesbia Scott and illustrated by Judith Gwyn Brown
Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost — When God Was a Little Girl by David R. Weiss and illustrated by Joan Lindeman
Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost — What Is God Like? by Rachel Held Evans and illustrated by Matthew Paul Turner
Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost — All God’s Critters Got a Place In the Choir by Bill Staines, Pictures by Kadir Nelson
Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost — Thank You Body, Thank You Heart by Jennifer Cohen Harper, illustrated by Karen Gilmour
Trinity Sunday — Kindness Is My Superpower by Alicia Ortega
Pentecost Sunday — The Godly Play story of Pentecost
The Seventh Sunday of Easter — Papa Do You Love Me? by Barbara M Joose and illustrated by Barbara Lavallee
The Sixth Sunday of Easter — Mama Do You Love Me? by Barbara M Joose and illustrated by Barbara Lavallee
The Fifth Sunday of Easter — Come With Me by Holly McGhee, illustrated by Pascal Lemaître
The Third Sunday of Easter — The Story Don’t Forget to Remember by Ellie Holcomb
Easter Sunday — TWO Stories — Twas the Morning of Easter AND The Great Mystery of Easter
Palm Sunday — The Many Faces of Easter: Palm Sunday
The Sixth Sunday of Epiphany — The Story Happy In Our Skin by Fran Manushkin and illustrated by Lauren Tobia
The Fifth Sunday of Epiphany — The Story When I Pray For You by Matthew Paul Turner and illustrated by Kimberley Barnes
The Fourth Sunday of Epiphany — The Story When God Made The World by Matthew Paul Turner and illustrated by Gillian Gamble
The Second Sunday of Epiphany — The Story “When God Made YOU” by Matthew Paul Turner and illustrated by David Catrow
The First Sunday of Epiphany — The Story “When God Made Light” by Matthew Paul Turner and illustrated by David Catrow