At Trinity we strive to help people make meaningful connections. Whether that's through Christian formation classes, volunteering or serving at the altar, there's something for everyone.
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CHRISTIAN FORMATION CLASSES
Godly Play is a Montessori-based Christian curriculum through which children deepen their faith and innate spiritual curiosity. Children are invited to connect stories to their personal experiences. This program prepares children to join woship while developing an understand of bible stories, symbols, and rites. Learn more.
The Journey to Adulthood program's underlying theme is that adulthood is earned or learned. We form a safe community in which they can explore issues of spirituality, society, self, and sexuality though the context of scripture, reason and tradition of the Episcopal Church. These groups meet Sunday morning and a couple of times a month outside of church for activities, service projects, an Urban Adventure and a Spiritual Pilgrimage. Learn more.
We understand that everyone learns and engages in different ways. At Trinity we try to have a variety of classes to interest everyone. Classes are typically small group formats with lively, open discussions. We offer Introductory classes Book Study classes, and a DVD and discussion class. Class length varies so check back often to see what new opportunities are coming up. For more information. Learn more.
SERVE ON SUNDAYS
Ushers are an important part of hospitality at Trinity. They are the first people most visitors meet, there to assist those unfamiliar with the service, and guide the congregation during Eucharist. Ushers serve on a rotating basis for Sunday services, and volunteer basis for special services such as funerals. Contact head usher Tom Neal to learn more.
GROUPS AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
ST. VINCENT VOLUNTEERS
St. Vincent's Volunteers are a corps of volunteers ready to step up for one-time and short-term volunteer opportunities. Volunteers sign up for areas of interest and receive information about opportunities aligning with their preferences. Sign up here for the St. Vincent Volunteers.
DAUGHTERS OF THE KING
The Daughters of the King is an order for women whose purpose is to bring others into a living, loving relationship with Jesus, our Lord and Savior, and to help strengthen the spiritual life of our churches. Members undertake a Rule of Life, incorporating the Rule of Prayer and the Rule of Service. For more information, contact Sharon Kelso.
"Prayer without work is empty words. Service without prayer is labor lost." -Anonymous
SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMISSION
Parishioners from every political sphere make up this non-partisan group of individuals working for social justice. Members meet monthly to address issues, and dismantle underlying causes, connected with immigration, inequality and poverty. To learn more, contact Shawna Gehres.
TRINITY 20S & 30S GROUP
The Trinity 20s & 30s group seeks opportunities for fellowship, service, and spiritual enrichment, both with our age group and with the broader Trinity community. For more information email Emily Bibens.
The Trinity Prayer Chain is comprised of parishioners who take time out of each day to intercede on behalf of others. This beloved community is strengthen through prayer, and we invite you to join the Prayer Chain. Sign up by emailing Deacon Deborah below and you will receive a weekly email from Deacon Deborah with a list of names. We ask that you set aside time intentionally to pray for those individuals. Or maybe you need prayer? You can send your request to Deacon Deborah using the button below and our prayer chain will be in prayer for you.
TRINITY PRISON MINISTRY
Trinity's prison ministry is one of four teams working through the Episcopal Service Volunteers. The teams provide church services in area prisons each month and provide spiritual, emotional and comfort to people in long term incarceration. To learn more, contact Mo. Cheryl Harder-Missinne
KAIROS PRISON MINISTRY
A structured, faith-based program that works with incarcerated individuals to "demonstrate the love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ." To learn more about our Kairos program, contact Claudia Ainette.
BROTHERHOOD OF ST. ANDREW
A national religious order for men, the Brotherhood of St. Andrew meets once monthly for study, service and prayer. To learn more about this group, contact Harry Dandelles
THE GUILD OF ST. LAWRENCE
"The Guild," are committed to service to others and to the church. They take on the responsibility of cooking for many of our church functions and enjoy fellowship together monthly. To learn more, contact Thomas Holloman