Children's Chapel through September 1st, 2019
Children’s and Youth Sunday School Session will not meet for the summer. Children’s Chapel, for children age three through fifth grade, begins prior to the reading of the Gospel during the sequence hymn when the children process out behind the cross for a lesson and return to their parents after the passing of the peace and the ble…Read More »
Beginning September 8th, our Sunday youth forum meets in the youth room at 9:30 a.m. and is intended for those who are in Grades 6-12.
We begin the class at 9:30 am.We usually allow approximately 15-20 minutes of casual activities in the form of pool or ping pong.We have previously explored other religions in the past spring 2019 semester using t…Read More »
Learn more about all of the Adult Education opportunities available here at Trinity Episcopal Church, from EfM (Education for Ministry) to parenting to pilgrimages, adults at all points of life are active and engaged.Read More »
Trinity’s Young Professionals is intended for adults 21 years and older who seek a social offering in an informal setting. Participants meet occasionally at a designated restaurant or venue in the Midtown area. Special events also occur during the year. Activities vary from social gatherings, service projects, and book studies. Childcare is reimbursed.
Families of all types are invited to participate!
The Trinity Garden Club is made up of men and women who have an interest in the beautification of the church and rectory gardens. A warm welcome is extended to all Trinity members. Come and join us in our efforts to improve the grounds of our beautiful church. We meet the first Friday of each month at 10:00 A.M. in the homes of our members.
From September through May, the group …Read More »
Wednesday Nights, 7-8 PM at The Alley Kat, 3718 Main St., Houston, TX 77002.
What is Pub Theology? Open and honest conversation about things that matter. A table at which all perspectives are welcome.
The format is simple: beer, conversation, and God.
Come bring your questions, bring a friend, and pull up a chair. Be ready to engage with people of varying religious traditions,…Read More »
Christians have lovely ways to care for each other, some of which are listed below. There are always opportunities to lend a helping hand or a listening ear. Trinity is a caring community quick to reach out and help each other in times of need with practical help and to offer prayers for those in need. During church service, we pray for those in need during the Prayers of the Pe…Read More »
The Hospitality Committee is called upon during the year to serve refreshments for different functions in the church. There may be times that volunteers are needed to furnish food for a function.
This is a great opportunity for fellowship and fun. Opportunities include Coffee Hour Hosting, Greeter Ministry, Moveable Feasts, Church Tour Guides, the Garden Club and Newcomers' Ministry. Click here to read more.Read More »
On a rotation, art presented by the numerous Artists of Trinity is displayed in the Holman Street Gallery. Most Artists are members of the congregation and have the opportunity to show their visual art. Please stop by to see the current artist's display.
The ministry of Jesus Christ is an outreach ministry. Each of the four Gospels ends with a commission from Christ to His church to carry the Gospel message to the ends of the earth (Matt. 28:18-20; Mark 16:15; Luke 24:46-49; John 20:21-23; and see Acts 1:8).
The links on this page will show you various ways you can minister to those outside of the church. How will you know one o…Read More »
Please click here to see our efforts: Immigrants_and_Refugees_Welcome
The Trinity Church Archives came about when the parish's historical materials were Identified and collected together in a closet In 1986. Established in 1992, the church's collection includes service bulletins and newsletters that date to 1918, vestry minutes, parish meeting records, membership cards, legal documents architectural drawings, photographs. and much more.
Although…Read More »