Sacraments & Prayer


Holy Baptism is the sacrament by which God adopts us as God's children and makes us members of Christ's Body, the Church, and inheritors of the kingdom.

We baptize people of all ages, including infants.


For more information, contact Fr. Jon


We celebrate the Mass (Lord's Supper, Communion, the Eucharist) every Sunday and on special Holy Days. In this ancient and mystical ritual, we believe that Jesus is made Present to us, an we are united with one another.

We practice open communion at Trinity. All are welcome to partake in the Body and Blood of Christ.

Check Calendar for Holy Days


Confirmation is the act of making a mature confession of faith in Jesus Christ in front of the gathered community.

It is also a rite that signifies a person's desire to officially join the Episcopal Church.

Folks of all ages get confirmed, but usually, confirmands are at least 13 years of age.


Marriage is the union of two people into a life-long relationship of love, support, and creativity.

Trinity proudly affirms and celebrates same-sex marriages, and has been on the forefront of LGBTQ+ equality for decades.


Contemplative Prayer

Our lives are full of activity, noise, and 24-hour accessibility. On Wednesdays we step out of that culture and into a sacred space to listen and remind ourselves of whose we are. We are a community of people seeking a time of silence, openness and attentiveness in order to hear God’s love for us.  To know and experience that presence makes it possible to go into the world “to do the work you have given us to do”: working for justice, welcoming the stranger, loving our enemies, listening deeply, being kind.

Wednesdays at 5:30pm

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Daily Prayer

Trinity is open every weekday for Daily Prayer. We use the Rites of our Book of Common Prayer and enjoy the rhythm and stability of a regular prayer routine.

Mon-Tue 7:30am

Wed          7:30am, 12:10pm

Thur          7:30am

Fri              7:30am

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