Worship Information

  • 10:00 AM:  Holy Eucharist Rite II with traditional Anglican hymns and anthems in Simpson Hall.

Children's Religious Education/child care is provided during the 10:00 AM service.

If you are new to the Episcopal Church you may not know that the Holy Eucharist is another name for what most Protestants call a service of Holy Communion or the Lord's Supper & what Catholics call the Mass. We gather around the Lord's Altar-Table to share in Christ's Body and Blood in the consecrated bread and wine.

At Trinity, we use wheat wafers and real wine at all Eucharists. You may either sip from the chalice or "intinct" by dipping your wafer bread in the chalice. If you are sensitive to gluten or alcohol, you are welcome to take communion in one kind; rest assured that Christ's Body and Blood are both present in the Bread and in the Wine.

All baptized Christians are welcome to take Communion at Trinity and every other Episcopal church. 

Sunday morning services are usually followed by a time of fellowship, at which coffee, tea, and sweets are served.  Occasionally a more substantial lunch follows the service.

The Sunday Eucharist is taken directly from the 1979 Book of Common Prayer, "Holy Eucharist, Rite II", pages 355-395.