Trinity United to give Rev. Green a send-off
Because of COVID-19 restrictions, a large dinner and farewell to Trinity United Methodist Church pastor Bill Green has been modified to a goodbye drive-up service at 10 a.m. Sunday, June 28, in the parking lot at the church, 100 S. Blake Ave.
Concluding nine years as Trinity United’s pastor, Rev. Green will retire at the end of June. Months ago, planning began for a dinner and celebration honoring the pastor and Jenny, who has been involved in many aspects of church life.
The Greens will be moving to Tennessee, where they have family.
Trinity United began hosting outside Sunday services a few weeks ago, with the pastor delivering a sermon from a raised platform and the congregation hearing the service on their car radios.
During his 42-year career in ministry, Green has served churches in Colorado, Montana and Idaho as well as Washington state. In Sequim, his community involvement has included seven years on the Sequim Free Clinic board and acting as a resource person for scout groups that meet at Trinity. Jenny Green was an instructional aide at Mountain View Christian School until she retired.