The first time you walk through our doors you may be surprised by Trinity's architectural beauty, the stained glass windows, perhaps the playing of the organ, or the solitude of this holy space in the midst of a busy city. We hope that you will also soon experience the warmth of those who greet you and the people who worship here. No one should feel like a stranger at Trinity.
If you’re arriving for Sunday Mass, Evensong, or other service, someone will likely greet you and offer you a bulletin to help guide you through the service. Feel free to sit anywhere you are comfortable. If you’re arriving with young children, there is a children’s area in the front of the church to the left (pulpit side) for those who would like to use it. The FAQs will answer some of the other questions you might have.
Worship is participatory, which is to say, we’re all involved! Congregational responses are indicated in the bulletin. You can see a recent example of one of our bulletins here.
If you’d like to let us know you have been with us, you may fill out a card in your pew and place it in the offering plate, or give it to an usher or one of our clergy.