At Trinity Episcopal Church, we strive to:
with open arms
each other to love and to serve God
Transformational worship opportunities
“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer"
(Acts of the Apostles 2:42)
Through our Sunday worship or mid-week Celtic prayer, we set aside time to praise and pray to God, and to be nourished by Holy Communion. Our lives are changed and enriched by this shared community time for Scripture and the Lord’s Supper.
(Beginning June 5: 9:30 a.m.)
A small group joins in fellowship together in a quiet Celtic prayer service on Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
Located on south side of Trinity in a grassy field, our labyrinth is a circle for walking and meditation. All are welcome, 24/7.
Everyone is welcome at Trinity – no exceptions! We believe we are here to show God’s love, and to serve our community.
New to town? We especially look forward to meeting you.
Looking for spirituality? Our church doors are open. Stop in for coffee hour after Sunday worship – in addition to great coffee, you’ll find interesting people and uplifting conversation.
Who We Are
At Trinity, you’ll find Grace first
Grace, a sweet, gentle black Labrador, is our number one greeter at the church office. She is owned and loved by Char McClure, our parish administrator.
A very valuable asset to our administration, Char has served Trinity since 2003, keeping us on track in communications of all sorts.
Our pastor, The Rev. Ann Marie Winters, retired recently, due to health issues. She continues to be in our hearts and prayers.
Going forward, we will have a continuous pastoral presence on Sundays for worship and to administer Holy Eucharist. The Rev. Eileen O’Reilly will be with us at least through the Christmas season.
Our Vestry is working with the The Rev. Canon Michael Spencer, Canon for Transitions and Congregational Ministry at the Dioceses as we begin our search for a Rector.
A Search Committee has been formed, with a Chair and Co-Chair.