Welcome to Trinity Midtown!
What a joy it is to introduce you to Trinity!
Here you’ll find a message you can understand and people you can relate to. Our doors are wide open to everyone from all backgrounds, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey.
We invite you to come as you are, take things at your own pace, meet others just like you, and start a new season of spiritual growth in your life.
We believe church is more than a building or organization, it is a community of people walking through life together, lending strength and support to one another in the good times and bad. Want jazz? We got it. Want 17th century Anglican choral music? We got it. Beautiful architecture? We got it. We are sure you will find something at Trinity that makes it a perfect match for you.
We desire to relate to each other with a standard of love and forgiveness. At Trinity, we choose restoration over judgment, believing that God is more interested in your future than your past, and much more excited about pointing you towards your purpose rather than pointing out your mistakes.
So, please come as you are to Trinity. God delights in our diversity. Come see what makes our Parish so unique and why you will fit right in!
Let us worship...together.
It can sometimes feel intimidating to enter a church you’re not familiar with. People usually take their religion seriously, and you might feel self-conscious when everybody but you seems to know what they’re doing. At Trinity however, nobody will be singled out or made to feel uncomfortable. You are our respected and welcome guest, and we hope y…Read More »
- WORSHIP. We offer traditional and eclectic worship authentically celebrated through music, art, and ritual.
- COMMUNITY. We are an inclusive, caring community where people of diverse backgrounds are embraced and valued. We strive to embody humility, acceptance, forgiveness and respect for all.
- RESPONSIVENESS TO GOD'S CALL. We are open to the Holy Spirit to bring people tog…
Meet the clergy and staff of Trinity Midtown, and get to know a little more about our church! We hope to get to know you as well, and we welcome visits and questions. In addition to seeing us on Sundays, you can find us at The Listening Post in front of the church on Fridays from noon until 2 PM.Read More »
Option #1: Saturday, November 3rd Noon to 6pm
Option #2: Friday, November 9th 7-9pm and Saturday, November 10th 9am - 2pm
Option #3: Online class administered by the Rev. Rich Houser
Bishop Doyle visits November 25th at the 10:30 am service.
A series of classes which will give you a deeper understanding of the Episcopal Church and its ways. This class is open to all who desire a …Read More »
The Vestry is the "Board of Directors" for the parish corporation. The Vestry is the authoritative body of the Congregation and is subject only to the Diocesan and National Church Canons. The Vestry is responsible for determining the policies and goals of the congregation and is to communicate with the congregation about the goals, concerns, and functioning of the Church in the m…Read More »
At Trinity, we love baptisms and confirmations! Babies, children and adults are baptized here each year, and we invite you to join in the process of preparing for baptism for yourself or your child by calling or emailing the office.
When Can I or My Child Be Baptized?
We have special days set aside for baptism throughout the year. If you are interested in baptism for yourself o…Read More »
Trinity Episcopal Church, Houston
Rector: The Rev. Hannah Atkins
First of all, best wishes on your engagement! We at Trinity are delighted that you are seeking God's blessing on your marriage.
Below are the details of the customary or guidelines for being married here. They may seem strict at first, but I hope that you will not find them unfriendly. Please rememb…Read More »
Know that our community at Trinity is here for you in your time of loss.
If you need information about funerals or memorials, please contact our office and we will connect you with our coordinator of funerals and memorials.
The following is an excerpt from our parish's centennial book Pillar of Faith: Trinity Church at 100, by Gayle Davies-Cooley, published in 1992. Our parish history is narrated in its 256 pages, which includes over 100 black and white photographs and a 40-page color section of our stained-glass windows and other memorial gifts. Pillar of Faith is available at our church office.
F…Read More »
The Weekly Window is a weekly publication that is inserted into the worship program each Sunday and highlights the news and events within our Parish. If you would like to contribute, please use the contact form below. Please note submissions must be made one week in advance of publication.