We’re delighted you’ve found us. Our Anglican tradition values art, music, liturgy, poetry, and prayer. We strive to welcome all who enter our doors. We celebrate our life together as we accept, nourish, and send all to do God’s work. There are many ways to experience all that Trinity has to offer. Please feel free to join us in the way that fits you, where you are now, and however you are seeking to be in deeper connection with God and others.
One recent newcomer to Trinity commented that the building itself can feel a bit intimidating, but, she quickly added, the place comes alive with joy once the worship service begins, filled with people from all over the city singing, praying, listening to the Word of God together as the body of Christ.
Trinity celebrates an inclusive worship style rich in the liturgy of the worldwide Anglican Communion. Communion is open to all who seek Christ, and the opportunities to serve in worship are open to both children and adults. Children serve as acolytes (currently, more than 50 kids and teens are active as acolytes), choristers (currently 15 male and female singers, age 8 through teenage years), and lay Eucharistic ministers (serving alongside clergy). Adults serve on the altar guild, in the choir, as chalice bearers, lectors, ushers, and Ministers of Ceremony. We offer two regular Sunday worship services— Rite I (spoken) at 8:00 and Rite II (sung) at 10:15—with a simpler service in the garden added at 9:00 during the summer. Children are welcome in worship. They can stay in the sanctuary during the entire service, or they can attend nursery or Sunday school during the 10:15 service and rejoin their families during the passing of the peace.
Parishioners regularly comment how welcoming and inclusive Trinity feels to them. We welcome you to join us in worship—irrespective of your faith background, your race, your sexual orientation, your political views, or your economic status. We hope that you will find here a place of respite and healing, of growth and exploration, of inspiration and joy.
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