Meet Trinity's New Priest-In-Charge

RevKathy
Meet Trinity Episcopal Church's new Priest-In-Charge

Introducing the Rev. Kathy Monson Lutes, Trinity Episcopal's new Priest-in-Charge.

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Lucile Wells Scholarship

Scholarship
Lucile Wells Scholarship News

If you are pursuing post-high school education and would like information on the Lucile Wells Scholarship Program, now is the time to begin your application process

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Trinity Adult Education

When We Seek
A great line-up of topics for Sunday morning classes:

"Making Sense of the Cross", "The Rapture Exposed", with more to come!

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Sunday Worship Schedule

8:00 am:  Holy Eucharist and Sermon
8:15-9:30 am: Breakfast Every 1st Sunday of Month (Sept- May)
9:30 am:  Holy Eucharist and Sermon; Full Choir (Choir - Sept-May)
11:00 am:  Sunday School Classes for Adults, Youth, Children (Sept- May)

(Nursery provided for 9:30 am Sunday services)

Weekly Sermons

Pastoral Care Requests

GIFTS Ministry:

God Is Faithful Temporary Shelter (GIFTS) is a men's homeless shelter that rotates from church to church, one week at a time, in Janesville, WI.  More >>

Latest News

 

Six months in, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry reflects on church challenges

 

PRAYER LABYRINTH COMING TO TRINITY!

A Prayer Labyrinth is a walking path used for prayer, reflection and meditation. Jack Elliott, a member of Trinity Episcopal Church and Boy Scout Troop 405 has designed and is installing a Prayer Labyrinth in the grassy area behind the church for his Boy Scout Eagle Project.

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Upcoming Events

 

June Picnic at Upper Court House Park - June 12th

Our annual church-wide picnic will be Sunday June 12th, Upper Court House Park following the 9:30AM service.
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Trinity To Host GIFTS Shelter

Trinity Episcopal Church along with partner churches, First Lutheran Church and River Hills Community Church, will be providing food and shelter to the men of the GIFTS ministry (God Is Faithful Temporary Shelter), from Sunday, July 10 through the morning of Sunday, July 24, 2015.

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