Trinity is a progressive Episcopal Church where our commitment to the radical gospel of Christ calls us to worship God, welcome the seeker, sustain the faithful, and serve those in need.

Weekend Mass Schedule (in-person)

5:00 PM Prayer Service

8:00 AM: Rite I Holy Eucharist
9:30 AM: Rite II Holy Eucharist (childcare available)***
11:15 AM: Rite II Holy Eucharist

Masks are required at all services regardless of vaccination status. 

Due to Diocesan guidelines, our capacity is limited. If you want to reserve your spot in the pew, please pre-register by clicking here. Pre-registration is not required and walk-ins are welcome if capacity allows.

*** Childcare will be available ONLY during the 9:30 AM service. However, children are always welcome at all of Trinity's services. You do not need to count your child(ren) when pre-registering if they will be using childcare. You will register them once you drop them off in the North Parish Hall. Children will remain in the North Parish Hall during the entire service under the supervision of vaccinated childcare workers. 

If you're visiting with us, we'd love for you to fill out a visitor card so we can be in touch. 
You can find past services and sermons on our Youtube Channel. 

Weekday Schedule 

Monday @ 8:00 AM Virtual Morning Prayer 
Tuesday @ 7:30 AM in-person Mass
Wednesday @ 8:00 AM Virtual Morning Prayer 
Wednesday @ 5:30 PM Virtual Contemplative Prayer (On Facebook)
Thursday @ 7:30 AM in-person Mass
Friday @ 8:00 AM Virtual Morning Prayer 

Other virtual prayer opportunities can be found by clicking here. 

Sunday Sermon

Not Always B&W

Pastoral Care &

Prayer Requests


Coffee with a Priest


Children's Ministries &

Support for Parents

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Trinity Food Ministry

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You can donate to Trinity Church or Trinity Food Ministry by clicking the link below. Thank You!

The Holy Smokes Softball Team
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The Annual Blessing of the Bicycles
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Trinity might not produce the best athletes, but Trinitarians have the most fun. God might not have created created cycling and softball, but God surely says, "It is good."

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