On Sundays we come together as the Body of Christ at Trinity.
Explore the many opportunities to use your unique gifts on Sunday mornings.
- Trinity Choirs – The Trinity Choir & Choristers seek to serve the worship life of the congregation through Sunday worship, special services, and Diocesan events. To learn more about the choir, contact Dr. Michael Messina, Trinity’s Director of Music.
- Sunday Concerts & Performances – Special musical events at Trinity include services of Choral Evensong, organ recitals, choir concerts, and guest performances.
- Hospitality – Once a month ministry groups provide food and drink for a Celebration Coffee Hour to create an atmosphere of warmth and welcome.
- Greeters – Our Greeters welcome worshippers into our midst and help to facilitate the flow of the service.
- Nursery Care – On Sundays, nursery is available for children under three years old from 9:45 -12:00 noon.
- Children’s Liturgy of the Word – During the 10AM service children are invited to participate in the Children’s Liturgy of the Word held in the Holy Innocents Chapel. Children are led out before the reading of the Gospel and return to church during the Peace.
- Acolytes – Members of the Acolyte Guild carry cross and candles in procession and serve as altar assistants during communion. Acolytes are adults and and kids in grades 4-12. The acolytes light candles and carry the crosses, banners, gospel book, and candles in processions.
- Lectors and Prayer Leaders – Our Lectors and Prayer Leaders guide the congregation in the reading of Scripture and Prayers of the People.
- Music (at 10AM) –Trinity Choir and Choristers participate in and lead the congregation in hymns. Learn more about Music at Trinity.
- Ushers – Ushers welcome visitors and assist with the flow of the liturgy: assisting people to the pews, collecting the plate offering, releasing pews for communion, and cleaning up the pews after services, including Sunday services and special services.
- The Chalice Guild – Chalice bearers enhance the worship experience by offering the cup of wine to those coming forward for communion.
- Child Communion Ministers – Children in third through seventh grades assist with the distribution of Holy Communion at the 10AM service. Training opportunities are scheduled throughout the year.
- Altar Guild – Volunteers form this ministry to care for the altar, vestments, vessels, and altar linens of the parish. Altar Guild members prepare the sanctuary for services and clean up afterwards. Altar Guild members also supervise the decoration of the sanctuary with flowers.
- Lay Eucharistic Visitors – Lay Eucharistic Visitors take Holy Communion to home-bound members of the parish on a monthly basis and make “new baby” calls, giving a small book of prayers and a handmade blanket to each new baby in the parish.