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Welcome to Trinity



Come celebrate with us online every Sunday at 9:15am, on our YouTube channel

Or call toll-free to listen to the service on your phone! 


Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Trinity’s building is closed and all of our services are online until further notice.



Submit your prayer request to add someone to Trinity's parish prayer list. You'll have options for including the person in our weekly PRAYERS OF THE PEOPLE, and/or on our Trinity Parish PRAYER CHAIN.


Your offering by credit card, bank withdrawal, or check is essential as we continue serving people in body, mind, and spirit during these challenging times.  You may give anytime before, during, or after the recorded service.


2021 Pledge Campaign (Pledges due Nov 1st) 

Celebrating our Gifts

I remind you to rekindle the gift of God that is within you... for God did not give us a spirit of fear, but rather a spirit of power and of love and of self-discipline.                ~ 2 Timothy 1:6b-7


In the midst of pandemics that have rocked our society and changed how we meet for  worship, Trinity remains steadfast.  We continue to come together on Sundays to find sustenance for our souls as we praise God, share beautiful music, and pray for one another and our world.  Our staff are learning new ways of connecting with our community,  supporting people in body, mind, and spirit.

Our ministries of caring for our unhoused and hungry neighbors continue as we share our buildings with the WHEEL shelter, provide food to the shelter residents and to Northwest Harvest, and knit hats for Mission to Seafarers.  And our historic buildings remain a beautiful and enduring symbol for the city of our history and commitment to inviting all people to know God’s welcoming love.

Your pledge for 2021 helps us plan to support our staff and programs so that we can  continue, and even grow in, our ministries that welcome and nurture people in body, mind, and spirit.

Links for making a pledge for 2021 are above in the Ways to Give section.  When making  a pledge you will also have the option to set up recurring gifts through your credit card or bank withdrawal.  Thank you for your generous support!

Welcome Rev. Sabeth Fitzgibbons!

Sabeth grew up in the Diocese of Olympia, spending her toddler and preschool years at Trinity, Seattle, and school age years at Good Shepherd, Vancouver. She moved to Seattle to attend college and has called Seattle home ever since (even when not living here). 
Sabeth's higher education includes an undergraduate degree from Seattle U, a dual Masters program at Boston College in Social Work (with a community building focus) and Theology, and seminary studies at the Church Divinity School of the Pacific in Berkeley, CA. She was ordained to the diaconate in June 2006, and to the priesthood in January 2007.

Sabeth's first 10 years of ordained ministry experiences were in the Boston area and Northwestern Pennsylvania. She and her family returned home to Seattle in 2016. Since returning to Seattle, Sabeth has led interim processes at two local congregations. Sabeth is trained in the Appreciative Way model of transition ministry. She currently serves on two diocesan commissions: Personnel and Liturgy & the Arts.


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609 8th Ave 

Seattle, WA 98104