Spring is here and so are the budding leaves and flowers within our churchyards. Visitors who wish to visit the historic memorials and monuments or enjoy a moment of quiet are welcome to join us at Trinity Churchyard or St. Paul's Chapel. Please note, the interiors remain closed to the public except for Sunday worship and special events.
The Parable of the Talents: Introducing Trinity’s New Stained-Glass Window
Sundays at 10am | April 24-May 29 | Trinity Commons and Online
Dr. Susan Ward, Professor of Art History at Rhode Island School of Design and Trinity parishioner, will teach about the history of stained glass in religious settings and lead a tour of stained-glass windows at Trinity Church. Summerlee Staten, Trinity's Executive Director for Faith Formation and Education, will lead a Bible study on the Parable of the Talents as Trinity celebrates its newest stained-glass window. And, the Rev. Michael Bird, Trinity's Vicar, will discusse the new stained glass window and how the Parable of the Talents speaks to Trinity’s context specifically.
Trinity Youth Afterschool
Monday to Friday, 2:30-6pm | Trinity Commons
From basketball and mindfulness to test prep and advocacy, Trinity Youth Afterschool will offer sports, arts, academics, and other activities for youth. All activities are free and open to grades 6-12. Enroll today.
Space on the fifth floor of Trinity Commons is dedicated to teens: a place to do homework, be with friends, and try new things.
Trinity is pleased to announce the return to in-person musical performances this season, all of which will be professionally recorded in HD and available on the website, live-streamed and on-demand. Most in-person events will be free, though reservations for concerts will be required.