At Trinity, our communal life encompasses the good work done by clergy, staff, and lay leaders who provide connection, care, and growth within our community. Through hospitality, caring for others, and sharing life experiences we live into a call to seek and build the Body of Christ at 33rd and Meridian
Celebration Coffee Hour
Celebration Coffee Hour is a time to celebrate special religious holidays (All Saints, Easter, etc.) and to give thanks to all those who pass through our doors. Trinity groups, families, and friends take turns hosting the monthly event to share hospitality.
Trinity is blessed with two beautiful garden spaces and lush grounds. The Gardening Guild takes care of Trinity’s green spaces as a testament to God’s creation here at 33rd and Meridian.
The ministry of caring is at the heart of the church’s life. It may include hospital visitation, counseling, and ministries of shared presence, listening, and support. Contact the church to speak with a clergy member when you want to discuss spiritual or theological matters; when you have reason to celebrate; or if you wish to talk in order to gain spiritual comfort.
In the case of a pastoral emergency, please call the NEW Trinity Pastoral Phone: (317) 922-1477, to reach the priest on call.
Hand written cards of encouragement are sent to those whose names have appeared on the prayer list as a reminder that they are being prayed for by the congregation and clergy.
Comforters & Knitters
Handcrafted items are made for Trinity parishioners who might be home-bound and unable to regularly attend services, and other people who would appreciate being remembered.
Lay Eucharistic Visitors (LEV)
Lay Eucharistic Visitors take the consecrated elements, the Bread and Wine of Holy Communion, to members of the congregation who, by reason of illness or infirmity, are unable to be present at the Celebration of Holy Eucharist on Sunday or other principal celebrations.
The Pastoral Care Committee members bring care, comfort, and support to our members who are sick and shut-in, struggling with bereavement, loneliness, and/or other life challenges by coordinating various activities for members of the congregation.
Caregivers’ Support Group
The Trinity Caregivers’ Support Group meets the third Sunday of each month at 3:30 pm in the Trinity Library. Caregivers for those suffering from dementia, Parkinson’s, strokes, or other similar conditions meet monthly to discuss situations they are encountering and to lend support.
Girl Scout Troop 5458
All Episcopalians from Trinity and St. Paul’s. The girl scout troop is unique because it is a multi-age troop that allows for leadership of older girls and siblings to participate together.
Outreach Partners LuncheonTrinity hosts the Outreach Partners Luncheon to bring together leaders of campus outreach ministries to share ideas and initiatives.
Parents of Episcopal Teens (PETs)
Created to fill a need for community among parents of Trinity’s middle and high school aged youth, this group is intended for parents of youth in grades 5 to 12.
Parents Raising Exceptional People (PREP)
Parents of younger children come together in various ways throughout the year to learn together, serve each other and our community, and just have fun.
Trinity Young Families
Trinity Young Families is a forum for parents (and expectant parents) of our youngest parishioners, from birth to age three. Parents of babies and toddlers can share ideas grow in faith as we journey with our children.
Held in the spring and fall, the Senior Luncheons bring together long-time and elderly members of the parish to renew and strengthen their bonds of friendship and connection.
Trinity Men’s Breakfast
Trinity Men’s Group meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday each month at 8:15am at a local restaurant. All Trinity men are invited to the Trinity Men’s Club to meet for breakfast and conversation.
Trinity Retired Clergy Luncheon
This luncheon brings together retired clergy who worship at, and are members of, Trinity.