Parish Life If you like to plan parties or have ideas for parish events, this is the group for you. Be part of the “creative think tank” or sign up to help with events such as the Pet Blessing, Greening of the Church, Mardi Gras pancake supper or parish picnic. If you like to cook or get together with friends and families, this could be your ministry at Trinity!
Annual celebrations include:
To take advantage of any of these parish opportunities, contact Missy Roetter (317) 926-1346, ext 123.
Trinity has many ministries and guilds to appeal to parishioners wanting to have a more active involvement at Trinity.
The following guilds provide nourishment of spirit, body, and soul of Parish Life at Trinity.
The Guild of the Unexceptionable Cuisiniers
Members of Trinity Episcopal Church who enjoy the fellowship of working together to serve Christ, our fellow parishioners, and community by cooking for the parish. Members strive to have a once a month planning meeting to discuss upcoming Guild activities, share fellowship with one another, engage in general murmuring and challenge each other’s culinary skills to bring more and better tasting things to Trinity events.
About 10 parishioners are active members of the Madrigal Guild, responsible for putting on the annual Trinity Madrigal Feast each Yuletide Season. While the choir primarily provides the entertainment, the guild provides the feast and decorations, pulling in about 50 volunteers to make it happen.
Saint Francis Guild
This guild lovingly tends the Cloister Garden in the courtyard between the sanctuary and the Tudor House.
Trinity Men’s Club
All Trinity men are invited to the Trinity Men’s Club that takes place at Duo’s Kitchen (between Meridian and Illinois Streets on the south side of 30th Street across from the Children’s Museum). The group meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday each month at 8:15 a.m.
All women of Trinity Episcopal Church are part of Trinity Women. This group of women serves as hostesses throughout the year for special celebrations and receptions. They also serve at funeral receptions as needed.