We are a vibrant Episcopal family united in following Christ.
Welcome to Trinity Church! We hope your experience with us is an uplifting one and encourages you to join us as you make your way through your life’s journey. If you are joining us for the first time, you will find the people of this parish are exceptionally warm and welcoming.
When asked what makes our parish as special as it is, the quickest reply is that the quality of the people in this parish make it a dynamic, joyful place of worship. Indeed Trinity is blessed with warm, caring, and compassionate people who are eager to follow the will of God Almighty in a variety of ways.
If you feel called to take part in any of our parish ministries, speak with a member of the parish and they will be able to point you in the right direction. One thing you definitely want to do is join us after worship for fellowship and conversation!
If you have questions (which are encouraged!) and would like to speak to someone at Trinity Church, feel free to call the office at (802-775-4368) to schedule an appointment. Thank you for taking the time to visit us today and may God bless you and those you love.
Trinity Church Online Worship
Please join us for our Zoom worship meeting and fellowship at 9:30am each Sunday.
For a meeting code and password, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our services are also posted on YouTube and Facebook.
We also want to remind you that, if you have a pastoral emergency, please call the Rev. Sarah Ginolfi at 717-575-7137. If you need to contact the Trinity Church offices, please use our email email@example.com. These are difficult times, and we do not want anyone to struggle through them alone.
Outdoor Worship at Trinity—As of May 9, we have begun offering outdoor worship in-person. We will continue to offer Zoom worship at 9:30am on Sundays. In-person outdoor worship will continue at the church on Sundays at 11:00am. We are observing all the safety measures recommended by the Diocesan Restart Team, and therefore masks and social distancing are expected. Please RSVP if you plan to attend with your name, the number in your party, the date(s) you plan to attend, and vaccination details. You do not have to be vaccinated to attend. But you must register for each service to ensure spacing is arranged appropriately.
Worship with Green Mountain Online Abbey—The Green Mountain Online Abbey provides a daily offering of online prayer at 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. as well Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. View videos of Bishop Shannon’s sermons as well as special diocesan services on YouTube. Join by using this link: https://zoom.us/j/531110497?pwd=dU9uYnUvUWxDK0lGc2FaN2pTMHVEZz09 or by dialing in from any phone using the following information: dial (646) 876-9923, code 531110497# If you are asked for a password, it is RockPoint. Bulletins can be accessed on the Diocesan website.
Diocesan-wide Confirmation Ceremony in September—The Diocese of Vermont with the support of The Cathedral Church of St. Paul is planning a Diocesan-wide event to confirm prepared candidates at a ceremony to be scheduled in September. If you, or someone you know, would like to be confirmed, please contact the church office to learn more about preparation classes and details of the ceremony.
Women of Trinity Gathering—The Women of Trinity will be gathering at Sallie Gill’s Antique Mansion B&B on Tuesday, June 8 at 6:00pm. For contact tracing purposes, we request RSVPs to the church office email that includes your name, number of people attending in your party and vaccination status. This information will help us plan safety procedures for the venue. During this gathering, we’ll introduce the group to our new priest and elect new officers for the next year since our president, treasurer, and secretary are all stepping down after years of faithful service. Please prayerfully consider taking on one of these roles and email Sue Patrick (or the church office) if you can volunteer.
Annual Baby Bottle Drive!—The First Step Pregnancy Center’s annual fundraiser “Baby Bottle Drive” is happening now and runs from Mother’s Day (May 9) through Father’s Day (June 20). If it is inconvenient to stop by the church to pick up a baby bottle to fill with your loose change, simply use a jar or other receptacle convenient to you. Your support for this fundraiser is crucial to the programs at First Step and is greatly valued. If you have any questions, please speak with our parish liaison, Mary Ruth.