Save the Date for the 72nd Annual Trinity Bazaar!

Saturday, November 14, 2020 from
9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Volunteers are needed for the week of the Bazaar, as well as the day of the event. Please Click here to sign up to volunteer at the Bazaar!

Contact List:

Click here to view the 2020 Bazaar Contact List.

Drop Off Dates:

Please contact Kristin Lowe at to coordinate a drop off if you cannot make one of the following dates:


2020 Bazaar Grant Nominations:

2020 Trinity Bazaar benefit the community. Stay tuned to learn about the organizations selected for this year. 

Bazaar Pre-Party: November 13

Come and celebrate with us as we kick off the 72nd Trinity Bazaar!

Admission is free, but donations in honor of your favorite Bazaar volunteer, family member, or best friend are greatly appreciated.  Enjoy delicious food and live music as you make your bids on unique items in the Silent Auction. Bidding will start at the party, and will conclude at the bazaar on Saturday at noon.

If you would like to help with the party, please contact Kelly Bunch at

A little bit about the Trinity Bazaar

The first Trinity Bazaar took place in 1948. It was a dinner and live auction to raise funds for Columbians who were diagnosed with tuberculosis.

“‘Buy an ancestor!’ the vestry auctioneers called out as oil portraits went on the block. Antique furniture, silver trays, watercolors, wedding dresses, sable neck pieces – all went up for the sake of mission.” Patsy Green’s History of the Bazaar

We have continued our mission of raising funds to serve those in need in Columbia via Bazaar Grants to select 501(c)-3 service nonprofit organizations. But, how the Bazaar has grown!

The event itself has become  a one-day, family-friendly autumn event featuring homemade foods such as pickles, preserves, relishes, baked goods and frozen foods…P1010283.JPG

… hand-crafted items for home and wardrobe (think knit, crochet, art, and craft), gifts, plants and decorative items for home and garden.

… new and gently-used clothing and furniture, musical instruments, household decor, and ‘trinkets & treasures’.

Come to the Bazaar and stock up on collectibles, find dishes for your Thanksgiving table, shop for your Christmas list, and still have money left over for a little something for yourself.

And, count on fun. The Bazaar hosts a children’s carnival complete with games and live pony rides, live music, cathedral tours, and lunch at the Bazaar Cafe. And, it may not be fun, but it sure can keep the fun going – flu shots! Yes, you can even get a flu shot at the Bazaar. Hawthorne Pharmacy donates 50 meals to Harvest Hope Food Bank for every flu shot given. Insurance coverage accepted.

Who will benefit from the Trinity Bazaar this year?  Every year funds raised by the Trinity Bazaar are granted to selected Bazaar grantees. Stay tuned to find out who our 2019 Bazaar grantees are.



Bazaar Chairs

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  • Gretchen Hope - or 361.6247
  • Joy Snyder -   or 361.6241
  • Kristin Lowe - or 843.991.6982
  • Robin Eynon - or 348.2793

Important Online Forms

Click here to sign-up to volunteer at the Trinity Bazaar.

Click here to make a Donation, Honorarium, or Memorial to the Bazaar online.

Click here to sign-up for Artisan Alley. Deadline is Nov. 8.
Click here for the Bazaar Contact List.

Bazaar Favorites Return

Some of your favorite booths are making a comeback! We are bringing back the Toy Shop, Christmas Booth, and Book Booth. We also have new concepts in the making, including the Cathedral Shop, which will feature items previously sold in the Trinity Bookstore!



Mary Weston, President of the Daughters of the Holy Cross: