About Our Community

At Trinity, you'll often hear the phrase "Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, Trinity welcomes you." This encapsulates the character of our community.  We welcome parishioners of all backgrounds. We encourage questions and challenge each other to think deeply. We actively participate in the breaking of bread and prayer as a community.  We respect the dignity of all people, and in keeping with this baptismal vow, we affirm all God's people as their authentic selves.

We share God's love freely and without reservation. As part of a greater community we work for justice and peace, especially through our social justice commission, which works to assist Tulsa's immigrant community, and our outreach ministries, including Iron Gate and New Hope.  

Our faith grows through reading and studying scripture, worship that connects to traditions going back to the ancient church, and reason, which balances scripture

Above:  Trinity parishioners at the annual Pride Parade.

and tradition by considering what has been learned over that past 2000 years. We encourage parishioners to take an active role in their own Christian Formation, and to help others on their journeys through discussion.

Trinity's services are liturgical - parishioners take an active role in the service.  We use the Book of Common Prayer and the Episcopal Hymnal. All service materials are printed in our bulletins for convenience.  We find stability and our "center" in these ancient rituals.  The same rituals Episcopalians and Anglicans participate in the world over, linking us to each other through centuries and across the globe.  


Eucharist (communion) takes place at 7:30am, 9:00am, and 11:00am every Sunday.  Children are always welcome in our services but also on Sunday, we have a unique service for families with young children. The "Church Down Under" takes place in the Undercroft (on the first floor in the space under the sanctuary) at 11:05am.  A full communion service, the Church Down Under service is hands-on and experiential for all ages.  A Taizè service - quiet and contemplative prayer - is held on the second Sunday of every month at 5:00pm with Evensong on the first, third, and fifth Sundays, also at 5:00pm.


At Trinity you will find beautiful choral music and stained glass windows in a cathedral-style building, sacraments that feed the soul, and fellowship in an inclusive and welcoming community.  We hope you join us!

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