Holy Trinity: A Community of Caring
Word and sacrament, prayer and music, and all the elements of our worship together in a beautiful, historic sanctuary only begin to describe the church we call Holy Trinity. We come together as the church most visibly on Sunday mornings, but the "church" also happens quietly and steadily every day of the week in outreach and in-reach ministries, small group gatherings, educational opportunities, and service to others. As Jesus cared for the physical, emotional, and spiritual well being of others, so are we called to care for the overall health and well-being (mind, body and spirit) of our members and others. As the body of Christ in the world, the church is marked by the way it cares and by the way it renews itself as a community of faith.
“We are committed to nurturing healthy and faithful children, youth and families who are committed to Christ and a live of service in God's world.” The Family Ministry Committee plans for fellowship activities, works with other committees to ensure “family friendliness,” and generates new programs to serve younger generations in the life of the church.