Trinity is a vibrant, growing, diverse, multi-generational congregation with strong ties to our neighboring Georgia Southern University community. Come worship with us!

Come celebrate the Coming of Christ this holiday season...

Sunday, December 17th at 8:15 & 10:30 am

The Third Sunday of Advent

Sunday, December 17th at 6 pm

A Festival of Lessons and Carols

Sunday, December 24th at 8:15 and 10:30 am

The Fourth Sunday of Advent

Sunday, December 24th

5:30 pm - Christmas Eve Early Service, followed by a Birthday Party for Jesus

11 pm - Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

Monday, December 25th

9:30 am - The Feast of the Nativity

Sunday, December 31

9:30 am - The First Sunday After Christmas

a.k.a. "Undie Sunday" - Bring new underwear and socks of all sizes for women and children to be donated to our domestic violence shelter, Safe Haven

Trinity Episcopal Church is a Christ-centered community seeking to do God’s will and to follow the Spirit in prayer, faith, action, and hope.

We believe in:

  • - celebrating God’s love in worship that shapes hearts, challenges minds, and renews lives,

  • - sharing God’s love by caring for each other and the wider world with the relentless compassion of Christ, through good stewardship of the resources God has given us,

  • - growing in God’s love through a commitment to Christian formation for all ages,

  • - expressing God’s unconditional love for us through welcoming others without exclusion, seeking and serving God in all persons, and

  • - embracing ambiguity, uncertainty, and mystery as we seek and pursue purpose that is genuine and Christ-worthy.

 

Come celebrate God at Trinity!

Sunday Services

8:15 am Rite I (Traditional, no music)

10:30 am Rite II (music) 

Wednesday Eucharist

5:30 p.m. (informal)

A message from
The Most Reverend Michael B. Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church

Thy Kingdom Come

May 28, 2017

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