Parishioners and special guests share information on varioius topics in the Parish Hall at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays, between the morning services.
This group meets monthly to discuss classical or important new writings on Christian or religious topics. Trinity Librarian Ruth Turney leads the group; members choose the books for discussion.
The Nursery is open during the 10:30 a.m. Sunday service, and the infants and toddlers who attend the Nursery can participate in Early Christian Awareness, a brief program of songs and rhymes about God's love using toy animals and children's Bible stories.
Children ages 3 through second grade attend Sunday School during the Liturgy and Sermon portions of the 10:30 a.m. Sunday service, and return to the Nave during the exchange of the Peace or the Offertory.
The library holds about 4,400 books and CDs for the use of Trinity members. Topics include reference materials, commentaries and theology of Christianity and the Church, as well as novels and mysteries with connections to the Episcopal Church or history of Christianity. The library is open every Sunday morning and by appointment.