Activities and special interest groups for adults, children and youth are offered every week, including:
Directed by Dr. Neal Campbell, Music Director and Organist, our new Boys and Girls Choir is off to a great start. Rehearsals are Wednesday afternoons at 4PM, starting with a snack supper, and Saturdays at 1PM in the Music Building. Contact Dr. Campbell in the church office at 772-567-1146 or email@example.com for more details.
Youth Group meets from 5:00pm-6:30pm on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month. Our youth group is engaging and Christ-centered, focused on imparting the love and knowledge of God. We use games and discussion-based teaching to serve our students. Our prayerful desire is for our students to then take the Good News of the Gospel and introduce it to their communities. We welcome all middle and high school youth, from those who are merely curious about God to those who have a full-fledged desire to follow Him. If you have any questions, please contact Fr. Josh Gritter in the parish office at 772-567-1146 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday at 9:45PM. Sunday School is growing by leaps and bounds. Kids ages 2 through 5th grade represent our fastest growing group in the parish, a testament to the young families involved and in attendance each week. Interested in more details? Contact Kathy Rodriguez, Director of Parish Life and Sunday School at 772-567-1146 or email@example.com.
Daughters of the King began as an order of laywomen in the Episcopal Church who take a lifelong vow for devotion to a life of prayer, service, and evangelism. Following the vows of the Order, members serve the parish and clergy in areas where their gifts of service are needed. The Trinity Chapter is active and meets once a month for study and prayer. Please call the church office
at 772-567-1146 for more information.
Check our Calendar of Events often for all of the events and happenings at Trinity Episcopal Church.
Trinity Episcopal is a community on the move and on a spiritual journey to grow in service through stewardship, education and outreach programs. We align our resources, including time and talent, to focus on essential areas of need in Indian River County. By aligning ourselves with local non-profit organizations like The Salvation Army and The Source, we can significantly promote God’s compassion.
Trinitarians are generous. We have donated thousands of pounds of food, back-to-school supplies, and hundreds of hours of time to educational programs for at-risk children. To donate, volunteer or to learn more about our outreach ministry, please contact our church office at 772-567-1146.
As Christians, we are called to bring God’s message of love and compassion to those in need within our church family and our community. Trinity Episcopal clergy visit those who are unable to attend worship services and will administer Holy Communion upon request. Volunteers from our church family make additional visits to those who are homebound, in the hospital or in healthcare facilities throughout the year.