Join us for in-person worship. Services are also streamed live on Zoom and on our Facebook page.
Trinity Church conducts the Holy Eucharist in accordance with Rite II of the Book of Common Prayer. Visitors who are baptized Christians are encouraged to receive the Eucharist, regardless of their faith tradition. We are called upon to repent our sins and to approach Holy Communion as an expression of the real presence of Jesus Christ.
Holy Eucharist when a supply priest is available to celebrate, lay-led Morning Prayer otherwise, 10 a.m. (in person, on Zoom and on Facebook Live)
The following guidelines are in effect for in-person services. They are posted at entrances to the church and the Parish House.
— IF YOU FEEL ILL IN ANY WAY, DO NOT ENTER.
— Masks are recommended, though not required.
— The peace is to be exchanged by waving or by giving a peace sign. Please remain in your seats.
— No more than four people are permitted at the Altar Rail at a time.
— Chalice bearers are required to use separate cups for those who drink the sacramental wine and those who tincture, or dip communion wafers into the wine. Please be patient.
— Avoid congregating on church property at any time.
Trinity has suspended dinner and worship services that were held at 6 p.m. on Wednesdays before the coronavirus pandemic began.
Intercessory prayers are offered at all weekend services for the sick and suffering and for members of the armed forces. If you are a congregant and want to include someone on the list, contact the Church Office.
Classes for children have traditionally met in the Parish House every Sunday, starting at 9:30 a.m., from September through June. Instruction is based on the great stories of the Bible and the Church. Each session ends in time for children to participate fully in the sacramental life of Trinity.
Fellowship Hours with coffee, tea and treats are traditionally held every Sunday after the 10 a.m. Eucharist from September through June. Informal gatherings with iced tea and lemonade take place in July and August. They provide an opportunity to welcome visitors and newcomers and to share experiences.