Worship and Music

YogaMass® (June 2) is offered on the first Saturday of every month from 10:30am - 12:00pm in the sanctuary. YogaMass® is a worship service that integrates yoga, breath work, meditation, and Holy Communion as a way to bring into self-awareness the body and spirit that is given to each of us by God.

Evening Prayer with Healing: (June 11) - Join us for a healing service of music and light at 6:00pm in the Chapel on the second Tuesday of the month.

Adult Formation

ECW Annual Gathering (May 31-June 1) - The Episcopal Church Women of the Diocese of Louisiana are pleased to invite you to its 137th ECW Annual Gathering at St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church in Metairie on May 31 and June 1, 2024. There will be ministry presentations, a stained glass tour, evening prayer, a keynote speaker, a gala reception and more. Bishop Shannon Duckworth will serve as celebrant at the Festival Eucharist complete with parish banners. Contact Maria Palmer at (985) 474-1848 or .

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  .


Rector's Forum - Led by the rector, Rev. Andy Thayer on Sunday mornings, from 9:15am - 10:15am in the Parish House.

12 Steps Are for Everyone meets Sunday mornings at 9:15am. For more information contact Karen Taylor at or (203) 526-3590.

Faith and Fiction will have a monthly summer book club on Sunday mornings in June, July and August. Weekly classes will resume on the Sunday after Labor Day.  Contact Merry Toups at .

Children, Youth and Families

Guild of the Christ Child (GOTCC) - Is your family growing? Please let us know! If you are expecting, adopting, fostering, and 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 is available from 9:00am - 12:00pm for children age 3 and under. A Safe Church, Safe Communities certified adult is supported by our High School Nursery Ministry Team that welcomes our littles friends with joy and excitement. High schoolers interested in joining this paid ministry team should email .

The Pray Ground is located at the front, left of the church and serves as a place where young children can experience worship while being physically comfortable. Spirit Bags, soft materials, and books are available in this place. Please help your child enjoy this space quietly and peacefully.

Godly Play - Trinity Episcopal Church invites children PK3 to 5th grade to enter into a deeper and more playful relationship with God. The children meet during the "Sunday school hour" from 10:30am to 11:15am. Classes are organized by grade. After class, the children are led by their respective Godly Play mentors to join their families for communion. Sometimes we're a little late.

About Godly Play (not your typical sunday school) - The Godly Play® method is a curriculum of spiritual practice exploring the mystery of God’s presence in our lives and builds upon a Montessori foundation that has been extensively researched and practiced for over 40 years. At its core, Godly Play emphasizes the importance of process, openness, discovery, community, and relationships and models the worship life, stories, symbols, and rituals of our Christian faith. Consistency is key. 

High School Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) meets every Wednesday from 6:00pm - 8:00pm at Molly's House and on the first Sunday of every month for a fun adventure. Email Sarah Bomhoff, lay youth minister, at to receive email updates. Learn more at

Student Readers are invited to share their voices with our community by serving as readers during the 10:30am and 6:00pm services. Email if you would like to serve in this way. "Give young people a greater voice. They are the future and they are much wiser than we give them credit for." - Desmond Tutu

Student Acolytes - The Acolyte Ministry is a vital part of our worship, which has its roots in the Old Testament, where the prophet Samuel is seen assisting Eli, the Levite priest. Acolyting invites middle and high school students to be active participants in worship, form new friendships, and grow in leadership, responsibility, and maturity. To join one of our Acolyte Teams, email Acolyte Minister, Becca Wallace at .

Called to Serve

Handwritten Cards of Hope - The time between Easter and Pentecost is called Eastertide. This is a time when people began to meet Jesus in new, unexpected ways. As an extension of the work our students did making Christmas cards for incarcerated youth, we invite all interested parishioners to write notes of hope and compassion during this season of new beginnings. A table will be set up in Bishops Hall every Sunday with supplies.

Backpack Drive for TEEP and Community Children - The Mission Commission is collecting backpacks for children in the community, including our TEEP children! Our goal is to provide 200 backpacks - 120 for TEEP, and 80 to divide between our two community partners, Jesus Project Ministries and St. Roch Community Church. Backpacks can be delivered to the vestibule of the church or Bishops Hall through the end of May. You can also provide funding to purchase a backpack! Make a check out to Trinity and drop it at the school office or in the mail (memo line: Backpack Drive). Questions? Contact Rev. John Pitzer at . Please remember most public schools require either clear or mesh backpacks for elementary school age children and older.

Calling All Tutors!! Trinity is proud to re-establish a relationship with the STAIR (Start The Adventure In Reading) tutoring program and is assembling a team for Fall 2024. The Mission Commission is now collecting names of individuals who have interest in becoming a trained tutor for an 11 week commitment (once weekly). STAIR exclusively serves 2nd and 3rd graders attending New Orleans Public Schools, and exclusively tutors in reading. For more information on being a part of Trinity's team, please email Fr. John at  .

If you are interested in serving immediately, being a substitute tutor (no training necessary) might give you an idea if this is something you feel called to do. Visit to learn more.

Fighting Hunger Swiftly - Support TLF and enter to win 2 tickets to Taylor Swift's Eras Tour in New Orleans - October 27, 2024 - This raffle is an opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those less fortunate. For every $50 ticket, you purchase, you'll be providing 22 hot and nourishing meals to those in need through Trinity Loaves & Fishes. The raffle drawing will happen July 12, 2024. A maximum of 1,000 tickets will be sold. Visit to purchase tickets!

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 .

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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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