Who We Are

"Inspired by Christ, Trinity Episcopal Church strives to love our neighbors, do justice, and walk humbly with God."

'Inspired by Christ'

Jesus preached “God’s reign is at hand1,” and his life reveals a God who is inclusive, compassionate, healing, forgiving and generous. Living into Jesus’ example Trinity Church strives to:

'Love our Neighbors'

“If it’s not about love, it’s not about God.2” Self-sacrificial love is the foundation of everything we do as Jesus calls us to “Love one another as I have loved you.3” Trinity is committed to sharing God’s love with ALL people in order to restore “unity with God and each other in Christ.4

'Do Justice'

God’s dream for the world includes transforming racial5, social, economic and political injustice so that “justice rolls down like waters6” Christ’s disciples aspire to “bring good news to the oppressed, to bind up the broken-hearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and release to the prisoners.7

'Walk Humbly with God'

“All who exalt themselves will be humbled, all who humble themselves will be exalted.8” The way of the cross is the way of life and openness to God’s unfolding version of the world requires humility. We practice this virtue when we “Put on then, as God's chosen ones, holy and beloved, compassionate hearts, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience.9

1 Mark 1:15, 2 Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, 3 John 15:12, 4 Mission of the Church’ Book of Common Prayer p. 855, 5 In our administrative policies, our Christian formation and our service to others, we uphold the Principles of Undoing Racism as adopted by the Vestry into its by-laws in 2015, 6 Amos 5:24, 7 Isaiah 61:1 & Luke 4:18, 8 Matthew 23:12, 9 Colossians 3:12


welcome from
the rector

The Reverend Andrew R. Thayer

YOU are invited to be a part of the Trinity Community.
If you are single, married, divorced, gay, trans, straight, black, white, use food stamps to make ends meet or are part of the 1%, you will fit in here if you lived in New Orleans your entire life or relocated from far away; Roman Catholic, Baptist, or a lifelong Episcopalian, have a deep faith or nothing but questions and doubts.

We welcome world class jazz musicians and those who can’t carry a tune. In our pews you will see soccer moms, starving artists, tree-huggers, latte-sippers, vegans and junk-food eaters; some in suits others in jeans and everybody belongs.

Meet the Team: Clergy and Staff

strategic plan and
vision for 2024

We are all empowered differently by God’s diverse spirit. What part of this vision inspires you? Where do you see the Spirit empowering you to use your gifts?

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