At Trinity Episcopal School, students are immersed in a school community anchored in Christ. As early as two years old, students begin learning memory verses, and come to know the Lord through daily bible study. Our preschool students attend chapel once a week, and our elementary school students attend chapel twice weekly. These interactive, age-appropriate liturgies help students learn to know and love the Lord.
Elementary School students use the Summit Ministries Building on the Rock program to provide a structured, yet enjoyable way to learn about their faith. This program offers dynamic and practical lessons that show children what it means to live out their faith as young Christians.
Trinity Episcopal Church has three clergy, all of which function as chaplains to the children and entire school community. Beyond leading the Chapel services, our priests offer spiritual and pastoral care to children and families of the school. They are frequently interacting with the children and come to know all the children of our campus community, helping lift them up in prayer. Beyond the school day, our priests frequently offer classes to school children and families including classes on forgiveness, bible studies, and sacramental preparation.