Through the Christian education and fellowship ministries of Trinity, our children and adults alike come to know Jesus Christ, and make him known in their communities.
Trinity offers regular opportunities for spiritual practices rooted in our Anglican tradition, service opportunities, leadership development, and fun!
Our Children and Family Ministries partner with parents and other caregivers to nurture the spiritual, emotional, and mental well-being of their children. Likewise, we offer ministries for teens, college students, young adults, men and women to gather and grow together as friends and as fellow disciples.
Trinity is a place for all, and it is a place for you!
Trinity offers multiple meals throughout the week as an opportunity for our congregants to grow stronger together. We foster connections within and among our communities, nurturing relationships, and enhancing our connection to Christ.
Lunch is served at 12:45 on Tuesdays in Satterlee Hall following the Men's Bible Study and the Women's Bible Study. The cost is $10 per person.
Wednesday Night Supper
Wednesday night suppers are a chance for our families to enjoy a break from the kitchen and some fellowship with other families and friends from Trinity. Dinner is served from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in Satterlee Hall. On the first Wednesday of each month, we will also celebrate a short Eucharistic service.
The suggested donation for dinner is $10 per person, but kids and college students always eat free.
Pay in person (check or cash) or pay in advance!
The upcoming menus for Wednesday night suppers are:
- December 6: Feast of St. Nicholas - Pork tenderloin and baked apples, vegetable, bread, dessert
- December 13: Feast of St. Lucia - Swedish meatballs, vegetable, bread, dessert