People visit Trinity for many reasons.
We come from different backgrounds and experiences, but we come together because we’ve found some things that are important to us… real relationships and a caring community.
We’ve also found something so much bigger than ourselves — a way to grow a deeper relationship with God.
Trinity Church is more than a building.
It is a group of people who come together to leave some sort of mark on the world around us.
Our faith touches everything we do and we’d like to share that with you.
What to Expect
Where should I park?
Where's the entrance to the church?
What's a typical Sunday schedule?
Typically, Sunday mornings include an 8AM service in the church with no singing and a 10:30AM service in the church and online with choir and congregational singing. During warmer months (typically June-October) we add an outdoor service in our beautiful Lemler Garden at 9AM. Each of these services offers Holy Eucharist.
Are there any other services during the week?
What are services like?
Must I identify myself as a newcomer?
We hope that you find us to be a friendly congregation—we want you to feel as comfortable as possible when you visit our services. While we would love a chance to meet you, you do not have to identify yourself as a visitor. You can slip into a worship service and check us out without identifying yourself to anyone, if that is what you choose. You will have the opportunity during the services to fill out a welcome card, where you can give as little or as much information about yourself as you wish—and let us know of any prayer requests that you have. You can also stop by the welcome desk at the door or just outside the Fortune Room for more information about the church and our ministries.
What's available for Adults?
There are many ways for adults to find nourishment at Trinity. Learning opportunities for Christian formation abound on Sunday mornings, in book studies, and in weekday gatherings. Adults can be active in our neighborhood outreach or social justice and racial reconciliation work. Parents might find a moment of respite with our new parents in conversation group on Sunday mornings while the kids are in Sunday school. Or serve in worship as a lector (lay leaders who read scripture and lead prayers), choir member, or chalice bearer.
What's available for Children?
Location & Mailing Address
Trinity Episcopal Church sits in the vibrant neighborhood of Mapleton Fall Creek,
just north of historic Meridian Park at 3243 N Meridian Street, Indianapolis 46208.
CLICK THE MAP FOR DIRECTIONS.