The journey through Lent into Easter is a journey with Jesus. We are baptized into his life, self-giving, and death; then, we rise in hope to life transformed. This seasonal resource (similar to an Advent calendar) is filled with messages, poetry, music and activities to guide you on that journey. Visit every day as the next door is unlocked. 

worship schedule


Rite I Holy Eucharist
8:00am in the Chapel

Rite II Holy Eucharist
10:30am in the Church

Rite II Holy Eucharist
6:00pm in the Chapel

Daily Eucharist (M-Th)

Rite II Holy Eucharist
7:30am in the Chapel


Evening Prayer & Healing
6:00pm in the Chapel
(2nd Tuesday of the month)


Morning Prayer & Meditation
7:30am in the Chapel


10:30am in Bishop Polk Hall
(1st Saturday of the month)

Holy Week

Maundy Thursday (March 28)
6:00pm in the Church

Good Friday (March 29)
12:00pm in the Church

Easter Vigil Bonfire (March 30)
7:18 near Ripley Family Field

Easter Sunday (March 31)
8:00am and 10:30am

Easter Egg Hunt & Brunch Reception
11:45am on the Ripley Family Field


February 18 - March 24, Sundays at 12:00pm

The next series of Foundations begins Sunday, February 18, 2024, at 12:00pm in the Parish House and will last six weeks (in person only). Anyone seeking a deeper understanding of Christian faith and life is invited to take Foundations, a course designed as preparation for adults considering Baptism, Confirmation, Reaffirmation, or Reception into The Episcopal Church.

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Experience a Seder Meal

Monday, March 25 at 6:00pm

On March 25 at 6:00pm at Trinity Church, Rabbi Katie Bauman from Touro Synagogue will lead a Seder (passover meal) for this community. Our last Seder, led by Rabbi Daniel Sherman from Temple Sinai was informative, inspirational and delicious. The evening will include the Haggadah (narrative of the Exodus), as well as a passover meal, and is a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the jewishness of Jesus. The last Seder filled up quickly so be sure to pre-register at link below.

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Keep Watch in Our Garden of Gethsemane

Thursday, March 28, 7:00pm - Midnight

He came back and found his disciples sleeping. So he said to Peter, “Can't any of you stay awake with me for just one hour? - Matt 26:40

The Garden of Gethsemane sits at the foot of the Mount of Olives in East Jerusalem. It is where Jesus and his friends would often go to pray and it is the place where Jesus suffered great agony before being betrayed, arrested, and crucified. The Garden of Gethsemane is where Jesus asked God to deliver him from his suffering. As a way to prepare ourselves for the Mystery of Easter, the chapel will transform into our own version of the Garden of Gethsemane so that we may “keep watch and awake with Christ’s body and blood” at the altar of repose following the 6:00pm Maundy Thursday service in the church. Come for a minute or an hour. The vigil ends at midnight. Security will be present. Please use the Coliseum Street entrance to the Chapel only.


Family Night:
Godly Play Family Style

Friday, February 23
5:30pm - 7:00pm in Bishops Hall

Contact Ashley Bond

EYC Maundy Thursday
Watch and Lock-In

Thursday, March 28 - Friday, March 29
(for Grades 9-12) at Molly's House

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