Worship and Music

Tuesday Morning Eucharist - Join us for an in-person Eucharist Service in the Chapel, every Tuesday at 7:30am.

YogaMass (June 3 ) -On Saturday, June 3 from 10:30am - 12:00pm, join us for yoga and eucharist. Please register

Evening Prayer for Healing (June 13) - We pray together for healing from violence in our city, depletion from stress, care for our creation, exhaustion from economic uncertainty, hunger in any form, and the healing of our bodies and souls. Praying and singing together in community is a way of expanding our intentions and desires for wholeness with God's help. Your voice is an important one! Please join us at 6:00pm in the Chapel on the second Tuesday of the month. Questions? Contact Maria Elliott at .

Adult Formation

Education for Ministry (EfM) - Education for Ministry (EfM) was developed by the School of Theology in Sewanee, Tennessee, to provide a mechanism for people to work through questions of faith and theological reflection. This four-year course of study provides the framework for the group to explore biblical studies, church history and theology in a setting of prayer and community. If you are interested in participating next year we have space for a  limited number of participants. Classes meet Monday mornings from 9:15am-11:45am or Wednesday Evening 4:30pm - 7:00pm beginning in September. For information about registration, please contact Maria Elliott at (504) 670-2535 or .

Waters of the Holy Land w/ The Rev. Michael Kuhn & Maria Elliott (Nov. 7-18, 2023)The gift of water is a precious one that has been thought of as HOLY for centuries. Travel the landscape of Moses and recall how God saved God's people by providing water in the parched places of the desert and by rescuing them through the water of the Red Sea. Recall how John the Baptist purified the repentant in the waters of the Jordan River.Imagine yourself with the Twelve as they fished for their daily bread in the Sea of Galilee and implored Jesus to calm the troubled water.Contact Kim Este Campbell at (504) 547- 2199 or   for details.  

Italy Pilgrimage with The Rev. Kit and Bill McLean (October 6-16, 2023) - Seeking and Seeing the Sacred Connections Celestial and Terrestrial: The Spirituality of  the Celts, St. Francis and St. Clare  An out-of-the-ordinary Pilgrimage during ordinary time! Read more at

Daily Meditation emails are offered each morning on Monday-Saturday so that you can begin your day with a reminder that you are Christ's Beloved! These meditations are written by clergy and parishioners using a bit of scripture from the Daily Office as a starting point, a brief reflection accompanied by art/music.  If you wish to subscribe or if you'd like to try writing occasionally, please contact Maria Elliott at  .

Bible Studies and Small Groups - If you are interested in being a part of a bible study or small group, please email Ashley Bond at . A minimum of 8 committed participants is necessary to launch a new group.

Confirmation and Reception 2023 - Adults curious about being confirmed in or received by the Episcopal Church, please contact Ashley Bond at  .


12 Steps Are for Everyone meets 9:15am - 10:15am in the Church Board Room and on Zoom. All are welcome to come and learn more about the 12 steps. No prior knowledge necessary! For more information contact Karen Taylor at or (203) 526-3590.

Faith and Fiction Summer Book Club (June 25) - June's selection will be A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest Gaines, a Louisiana native. We will meet at 9:00am on Sunday, June 25 in the classroom in the Trinity School Library. You can also join via Zoom. If you would like to order a book from Trinity Treasures ($15 + tax) or get on the mailing list/Zoom list for the summer book club, contact Merry Toups at 

Called to Serve

TLF Squeaky Clean Drive (June 11) - On Trinity Sunday, Trinity Loaves & Fishes is excited to announce our first annual Squeaky Clean Drive, where we aim to provide much-needed hygiene and laundry supplies to our partnership sites. We believe that promoting good hygiene is an essential part of caring for our community and ensuring the well-being of those in need. Please drop your donations in the designated area located in the foyer of Bishop's Hall on Trinity Sunday. Our Trinity Loaves & Fishes volunteers will be present to assist with collecting and organizing the supplies. Below is a list of requested items: laundry detergent, dryer sheets, bleach, soap, hand sanitizer, toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, body wash, deodorant, feminine hygiene products, cotton swabs, hairbrushes and combs, and disposable wipes. Thank you in advance for your generosity and commitment to serving others. Questions? Contact Aaron Taylor at .

Are you interested in being a lay Eucharistic Minister? - We are looking for servers at all services. Please contact The Rev. Annie Knazs Jung at .

Rummage Drop-Off Days and Hours: Wednesdays, 7:30am - 10:30am, and Fridays, 10:00am - 2:00pm. Call (504) 670-2526 for assistance, and deliver items to back loading dock on Josephine Street.

Trinity Treasures volunteers are needed to staff the shop and the front desk on Fridays from 12:00pm to 4:00pm and Sundays from 8:45am to 12:30pm. Please contact Tina Grant at for more details.

Trinity Restorative Justice Committee - Inspired by Christ, the Trinity Restorative Justice Committee was formed to support Trinity's mission to "do justice" with a focus on the needs of at-risk youth and young adults in the city of New Orleans, supporting them and their families to avoid entry or re-entry into the Louisiana criminal legal system. To learn more about related volunteer opportunities visit or contact Rev. Carol Spencer at .

Children, Youth and Families

Nursery Beautification - We're making an effort to update our nursery into a more warm, inviting, peaceful, and functional space for our littlest members and visitors. We're specifically looking for small bookshelves, gently used area rugs, and a small table with chairs. Contact Ashley Bond at .

Guild of the Christ Child (GOTCC). Is your family growing? Please let us know! If you are expecting, adopting, fostering, or anything in between, please email Maria Elliott at   so that we can pray for you and your family. Upon the arrival of a new family member, our Guild of the Christ Child ministry team delivers a basket of love to your front porch. 

Nursery Care - Trinity’s nursery is available from 8:30am - 12:00pm for children age 3 and under, including infants. At this time the nursery remains located in the original nursery location in the church undercroft. Email with questions.

The Pray Ground (during the 10:30am service) is a designated area where children can experience worship while being physically comfortable. Spirit bags, books, and Godly Play materials are available to help children stay engaged. Parents are encouraged to sit close to the Pray Ground.

Godly Play is on hiatus for the summer.

Giving at Trinity

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Gifts of appreciated stock may be transferred to Morgan Stanley DTC# 0015 Account# 575-021402. Our broker is Jennifer Rigby at 504-585-3909. Please notify Raina O’Neil,    or 504-670-2537, of the transfer.

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'Together We Build' Capital Campaign - Trinity is proud to present the culmination of the Church and School’s strategic planning efforts with a joint $13 million Capital Campaign, Trinity 2024: Together We Build. The Campaign goal and projects have been designed to create a more functional and attractive campus for Trinity that will ultimately build a more vital community for the future. For more information, please visit the Campaign website at or scan the QR code.

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