Episcopal St. Louis
Sunday Worship Schedule
8:00 AM & 10:30 AM
Bible Study 9:30 AM (Sept - May)
10:30 AM service live streamed below
Each service is a little different.
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.
Trinity is a community. As a community we pray and study scripture together. We learn, grow, and play together. We celebrate and eat together. We support and care for one another, and we share the love of Jesus with each other and our world.
Trinity is Anglo-Catholic. That means that our worship is rooted in the ancient traditions of the church. We chant our prayers, use incense, bells, and colorful vestments, observe the Holy Days in our church calendar, and enjoy beautiful choral music. But most of all, it means we believe that Jesus is found in the Bread and Wine at Communion, as well as among the people, especially the poor and vulnerable.
Sunday LIvestream Mass
More than Enough - Stewardship 2023
“More than enough.” That’s the theme of Trinity’s 2023 Stewardship Campaign. And it’s more than just a theme. It’s a radical affirmation of the abundance of God’s blessings and a counter-cultural claim that there is enough (enough bread and roses) for all of God’s children.
At Trinity, we practice this claim all the time. Through acts of hospitality and welcome, we proclaim that there is more than enough space in our sanctuary for all sorts and conditions of people. By expanding our Sunday school (we’ve added an additional class and classroom), we proclaim that there is more than enough room in our community for children. When we pray and care for each other, we proclaim that there is more than enough love flowing through our hearts for our siblings, our brothers, and our sisters. When we advocate for a world where love of neighbor is enshrined in public policy, we proclaim that there is more than enough justice and peace for all people. And on Sunday mornings, we proclaim in our worship that there is more than enough truth, beauty, and mercy (not to mention incense) to reconcile us to God and to each other.