Updated: Nov 26, 2020
Living in the Northwest corner of Washington state provides many opportunities to enjoy the beauty of God's creation. Members of the Blessed Trinity Community have taken advantage of this by adventuring out on prayerful, silent hikes, remembering that the journey up Mt. Carmel takes the narrow path. In fellowship we support one another, our families and our community through silence, prayer, and wonderous joy and laughter.
For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.”
Our first hike was in the Cougar Mountain Regional Wildlife Park in King County. It has over 35 miles of trails winding through diverse habitats such as mature second growth forests, streams and wetlands, cliffs, and nearby caves. While there are sweeping views of Lake Sammamish, the Cascades, and Bellevue, Seattle and beyond, there are areas of the park that are more remote from the sights and sounds of nearby urban development.