Service within the Parish
St. Ann’s Guild
Women of the church responsible for planning events and activities within the parish.
Altar Guild (Part of the St. Ann’s Guild)
Altar Guild consists of individuals who are responsible for the many-faceted task of setting the altar for service.
Children and youth of the parish who serve the altar, serve as trochbearers, carry the Processional Cross, and generally support the worship.
Lay Eucharistic Ministers
Individuals licensed by the Bishop of the Diocese to administer the chalice during Holy Communion.
Lay Eucharistic Visitors
Individuals licensed by the Bishop of the Diocese to carry the Sacrament to those who cannot (for health or some other reason) attend church.
Lay Worship Leaders
Parishioners trained and licensed by the Bishop to lead the Daily Office.
Service in the Community
Trinity has helped establish and supports this transitional housing ministry to the homeless, which opened in October 2012.
Trinity joins with other churches in the area to support this ministry.
Park Avenue Food Pantry
Trinity collects non-perishable foodstuffs as well as paper products, and takes them to the pantry monthly.
Jefferson County Ministerial Association (JCMA)
As a church active in the JCMA, Trinity helps with many activities throughout the year. These coordinated efforts by JMCA member churches include Christmas in the Park and the annual distribution of Christmas baskets.
Potluck meals, held about once a month in the Parish Hall after a Sunday morning service. Organized by the St. Ann’s Guild.
Trinity on the Move
Occasional gathering for an evening “meal out” at any number of area restaurants.
Usually held early in the fall – a casual gathering that includes a celebration of Holy Eucharist.
Trinity Sunday Celebration
On Trinity Sunday (May 22, 2016) we celebrate our namesake with Holy Eucharist and a cookout. It’s a great time for fellowship, wrapping up the school/program year, and kicking off the summer!
Held in Trinity’s Parish Hall on the Thursday before Thanksgiving. Baked goods and hand-crafted items are also sold. This event is organized by the St. Ann’s Guild.