Dear God, guide us at Trinity Episcopal Church to be an inclusive and caring Christ-centered community nurtured by our worship and tradition. We ask you to strengthen and guide us as we live out our mission to welcome and celebrate the diversity of all people through spiritual education, growth in faith and service in Christ’s Name. Amen.

Dear God, guide us at Trinity Episcopal Church to be an inclusive and caring Christ-centered community nurtured by our worship and tradition. We ask you to strengthen and guide us as we live out our mission to welcome and celebrate the diversity of all people through spiritual education, growth in faith and service in Christ’s Name. Amen.

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Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, we invite you to make a deeper connection with God at Trinity Episcopal Church. Experience the spirit of love and acceptance as we share our gifts in this Christ-centered community.

Worship at Trinity

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Trinity Episcopal Church is an inclusive and caring Christ-centered community nurtured by our worship and tradition. We ask God to strengthen and guide us as we live out our mission to welcome and celebrate the diversity of all people through spiritual education, growth in faith, and service in Christ’s Name.

Service Schedule

Sunday Morning
8:00 AM – Eucharist
9:00 AM – Eucharist
10:00 AM – Sunday School / Adult Education
11:00 AM – Eucharist

Thursday
Healing Service 12:00 Noon

Adult Bible Study

The Tuesday morning Bible Class meets at 10:30 in the Peel Library. The group, led by Jack Gillett, will be studying the book “The World of Biblical Israel”. All are welcome!

Christmas Eve/Christmas Day
Dec 24th – (Saturday) 4pm Children’s Pageant & Holy Eucharist
(Saturday) 8pm Christmas Vigil
Dec 25th – (Sunday) 8am, 10am Holy Eucharist

New Year’s Day (Feast of the Holy Name)
Jan 1st – (Sunday) 8am, 10am Holy Eucharist

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry:

This is the Jesus Movement, and we are The Episcopal Church, the Episcopal branch of Jesus’ movement in this world.

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Living Generously – Annual Pledge Campaign 2017

Generous living is much more than what we do with our money. As followers of Jesus, we are called to love one another and care for all living things. We are called to deal with each other honestly, and to be humble. Living Generously is a call to action for each of us as Christians.

Faith is a journey we make together, it’s not a solo expedition. The annual campaign is a time set aside to reflect on how the practice of intentional giving allows us to live into the generous and abundant life God is calling us to live. Jesus said, “I come so that all may have life and have it abundantly.” Living Generously brings us closer to that abundant life.

We hope you will pray, reflect and make a commitment to give generously to Trinity in 2017. Think about the impact this community of faith has on your life and the wider community. Pray about God’s generosity in your life and then make a pledge that reflects that generosity.

Online Giving now Available

Reasons to sign up for Online Giving:

  • No need to write checks or bring cash to church.
  • Peace-of-mind knowing that the church is receiving your contribution even if you are unable to attend.
  • More secure than checks.
  • All contributions are recorded for you on your bank statement with date of settlement.
  • IT’S EASY!!

Upcoming Events

december

11dec10:00 am- 11:30 pmSecond Sunday Breakfast

11dec3:00 pmCanticle Singers of Baltimore

18dec4:00 pmChristmas Lessons & Carols

january

8jan10:00 am- 11:30 pmSecond Sunday Breakfast

Why “One Family Under God?”

Have you ever stopped to think about how much church is like a family? I’m not talking the Norman Rockwell – Leave it to Beaver ideal image of a family, and I’m not talking about the fact that some refer to the priest as ‘father’ or ‘mother. I am referring more to a...
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My Pilgrimage to the Holy Land

I had never visited Israel, so when the Kanuga Conference Center and the St. George’s Anglican College in Jerusalem offered a course on the Palestine of Jesus, I decided that at eighty-eight it was now or never. So last December I went to the Kanuga in the Blue Ridge...
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Practicing Resurrection

We are deep into the season of Lent, when things are a bit subdued. I hope you’ve noticed that this year I had the metal ware (the silver and brass) taken out of the sanctuary to create this sense of difference. Removing the glitz and glitter from our lives is one way...
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