The Trinity community gathers to witness God’s presence and promise throughout life and to celebrate and acknowledge together the moments of deep significance. All rites and ceremonies are derived from those in The Book of Common Prayer.
Sealed by the Holy Spirit, Marked as Christ’s Own Forever
Whether performed early in life or as an adult, baptism in the Episcopal Church is the foundation for a commitment to new life through Christ. Learn more about the sacrament of baptism at Trinity, from babies to adults.
Union of Heart, Body, and Mind
During wedding ceremonies at Trinity, the church blesses a couples’ vows for lifelong relationships and commits to support marriage partners in their relationship. Trinity blesses same sex and interfaith marriages.
Life is Changed, Not Ended
In Christian community, Trinity believes that death is both an occasion for mourning and an opportunity to celebrate the life lived and the hope of resurrection. Trinity offers memorial services for parishioners and their families, as well as grief counseling and pastoral care for all who seek guidance at a difficult time.
Grief is a deeply personal process but does not have to be endured alone. The Pastoral Care staff, along with the Trinity Church Cemetery and Mausoleum, have consolidated resources to help people who have lost a loved one.