In worship we unite with others, acknowledge God’s holiness, hear God’s word, offer prayer, and celebrate the sacraments. After worship, we go out into the world with our hearts open to God and doors open to the community.
We are worshiping in-person in the Chapel at 8 a.m. and in the Nave 10:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings. The 10:30 a.m. service is also live-streamed on our website, facebook, and YouTube.
Because the Delta variant is transmissible even by vaccinated people, all people at worship are required to wear a mask, with the exception of those too young to do so.
Registration is no longer required for in-person services.
Weekday Morning Prayer
At 8 am each weekday, go to our Facebook page to pray morning prayer with us.
Wednesday Evening Prayer
Wednesday evening prayer will still be sent via email and posted on Facebook each Wednesday night.
Latest Worship Video
"Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us; Therefore let us keep the feast." This comes from our Book of Common Prayer, and we say it each time we celebrate the Eucharist together. We at Holy Trinity Parish want to keep the other feasts of the church as well - the feast days of the saints of the church. Fr. Greg and special guests break into the day with scripture, refl…Read More »
Holy Baptism is the sacrament by which God adopts us as his children and makes us members of Christ’s Body, the Church, and inheritors of the kingdom of God.
The Book of Common Prayer, p. 858
Baptism is full initiation, by water and the Holy Spirit, into the Body of Christ. We baptize people of any age— adults, youth, children, and infants—and the bond which God establishes…Read More »
Rehearsals begin again on Wednesday, August 4. Join us in person on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m.
A Call for Men's Voices
Holy Trinity will be starting a Men's Choir this year. If you sing in the shower or the car, you're perfect for our group! We will sing three times this year, for All Saints' Sunday (Nov 7), St. Andrew's Day (Nov 28), and Good Friday (Apr 15), with…Read More »
Christian marriage is a solemn and public covenant between two people in the presence of God. In the Episcopal Church it is required that one or both of the persons be a baptized Christian, that the ceremony be attested by at least two witnesses, and that the marriage conform to the laws of the State and the canons of this Church.
At Holy Trinity Parish we affirm and celebrate …Read More »
I am the Resurrection and the Life, saith the Lord;
he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live;
and whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die.
Christian burial is one of the most sacred duties of the Church and the community of Holy Trinity Parish takes that duty very seriously. The death of a member of the Church should be reported as soon as poss…Read More »
Acolytes assist in worship by carrying the crosses, lighting candles, carrying the Gospel book, carrying torches, assisting with the setup and clean up at the altar, swinging the censer or thurible, handling the offering plates, and performing any other tasks as seen fit by the priests.
The Evangelism Ministry includes two primary areas of responsibility:
- The Greeters at the…