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Trinity's "Low Country Boil" heats up fun for parishioners.

On Saturday, Nov. 7, a capacity crowd showed up for Trinity's Annual Low Country Boil, and everyone enjoyed the fellowship and festivities!

"Anglican 101" Classes offered at Trinity.

Classes are underway and you can attend! Father Rodriguez is teaching "Anglican 101: A History of the Anglican Communion." This is an eight (8) week study exploring how the Anglican Church was established: beginning with the Old Testament and continuing through present day. This is an interesting and educational class that is open to anyone who would like to attend.

Anglican 101 is being taught on Sundays during the Adult Forum at 9:00 a.m. and again on Wednesdays during the Wednesday Night Potluck Dinner and Study from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (The Potluck Dinner begins at 5:30 p.m. and the study starts promptly at 6:30 p.m. and ends at 7:30 p.m. For more information, please contact Kathy Rodriguez in the Church Office at 772-567-1146 or via email at

Anglican 101 Class is a requirement for anyone who is interested in being "Received" into the Episcopal Church and/or receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation on February 21, 2016 when Bishop Gregory Brewer visits Trinity Episcopal Church. Youth interested in being Confirmed should contact Timothy Rutherford in the Church Office at Adults interested in being Confirmed or Received should contact Kathy Rodriguez at



In fact, probably the best way for you to appreciate this awesome evening would be to browse the online photo album from this event. You can access these photos by clicking here.

"We are finding out that the members of our Trinity family young and old really enjoy getting together," observes Fr. Chris Rodriguez, "and we enjoy giving them the opportunity to do so. My thanks go our to the many Members who gave their time to making this year's Low Country Boil an event that will be remembered for years to come."



Trinity's growth outpaces all parishes in Diocese.

The attendance numbers for 2014 are out and we have some great news to share: Trinity Episcopal Church in Vero Beach is the fastest growing parish in the Diocese of Central Florida.


The metric used by The Episcopal Church is known as Average Sunday Attendance. ASA is the number of people in the pews on Sunday averaged over the course of the year. From 2013 to 2014, our average Sunday attendance number grew from 270 to 301; a growth of 31, or 11%.

This is great news. Thank you all for inviting your friends and being a friendly and warm parish family. As the Body of Christ we're all in this together!



Dr. Neal Campbell joins Trinity as new Director of Music and Organist.

Dr. Neal Campbell has joined the ministry team at Trinity Episcopal Church as our new Director of Music and Organist. Dr. Campbell is very well known in the New York metro music circles. With over twenty years of experience, he brings a level of capability in what has been described as "world class." Fr. Rodriguez added, "I am thoroughly confident that his ministry will continue to build on our history of musical excellence at Trinity Episcopal Church in worship of our Lord Jesus Christ."

Dr. Neal Campbell has been the Director of Music and Organist of Saint Luke's Parish in Darien, Connecticut, since 2006. Previously, he held church and synagogue positions in Washington, Philadelphia, New Jersey, New York, and Virginia, where for 21 years he was organist and choirmaster of St. Stephen's Church in Richmond. In addition, Neal was on the faculty of the University of Richmond.

Neal grew up in Washington, DC and attended the University of Maryland where he sang in the renowned University Chorus. He studied organ with William Watkins and Paul Callaway and piano with Roy Hamlin Johnson before he left the area in 1976. He subsequently earned graduate and undergraduate degrees at the Manhattan School of Music where, in various capacities, he studied with several of the leading organists in New York, including Frederick Swann, John Walker, James Litton, McNeil Robinson, Paul-Martin Maki, Arthur Lawrence, Eugenia Earle, and Alec Wyton. He earned the D.M.A. degree in 1996, for which he wrote his dissertation on the life and works of the New York composer-organist Harold Friedell.

Neal is a member of the New York City and Fairfield West chapters of the American Guild of Organists, and was, until recently, the newsletter editor for the NYC chapter. He served three terms on the AGO National Council from 2000-2006. He is also a member of the Organ Historical Society, the Association of Anglican Musicians, and the St. Wilfrid Club of the City of New York.