Welcome to Trinity Episcopal Church. We are glad that you want to know more about our community and invite you to explore the pages of our website to find out more about us, our faith tradition, and our ministries. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, we hope that Trinity will be a companion on as you travel toward deeper faith. We look forward to meeting you, answering your questions, and getting to know you soon. Again, welcome to Trinity!
Trinity has a dynamic, growing youth community that meets each Sunday during the school year at 4 p.m. God is at work through these teens and their families all the time. Trinity's ongoing ministry to youth is about developing them further as a community of faith and creating opportunities for them to see their role in God’s work in this world. Be sure to seek out Father Andrew Wright, our Associate Rector for Children, Families & Young Adults, when you visit on Sunday. He will be glad to tell you more!
For the youngest children the nursery is available on Sunday mornings from 9 a.m. until after the 11:30 a.m. service. Children 6 weeks to preschool age are welcome in the nursery during worship. During the school year, Children’s Church is offered at the 9:15 a.m. service is for kids transitioning out of the nursery and into worship. Children will process out of the sanctuary after the first prayer of the service. Parents are always welcome to come too! The children will return to their parents before communion. Please note that Children’s Church is integrated in the 11:30 service. Children stay with adults where they get the opportunity to dance and play musical instruments. Sunday School is held during the school year, and begins at 10:40 a.m. and ends at 11:25 a.m. Please visit our Children's Ministry page for more information.
Each service at Trinity offer a unique worship experience. You'll find the 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. services to be quiet and contemplative, while the 9:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. services are enriched with music. Please visit the Worship section of our website to learn more about each one.
I have had the gift of experiencing a variety of parishes, a handful of dioceses, and a good number of Episcopal organizations, structures and governance committees. My participation in a wide array of church assemblies led me to appreciate the breadth of backgrounds, theology, worship, and experience within our denomination. We are a diverse group of people with congregations in the United States, Haiti, Continental Europe, Ecuador, Panama, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Honduras, Columbia, and Taiwan. We are bound together by Anglican tradition, the Book of Common Prayer, and our desire to follow Jesus.