Trinity Episcopal Church has a long and rich history, having celebrated its 135th anniversary in 2010. That same church today is a warm congregation that touches the lives of hundreds of individuals and families, both within and beyond our congregation.
Over the years, we have undergone many changes and we will continue to do so with faith, hope and a sense of excitement at what the future holds for us. We invite you to read about us, our community, and our common life, together with our goals and challenges for the future.
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Worshipping God is the heart and soul of our community. We proclaim the sacred words of scripture, listen for a faithful application for today, and partake of Holy Communion. Nourished by Word and Sacrament, we are strengthened for service in our homes and communities.The Rev. Kevin Caruso
Christianity is a life-long journey. At Trinity, we provide a variety of opportunities for people of all ages to explore their faith.John Dulkinys, Trinity Parishioner
Christianity is a life-long journey. At Trinity, we provide a variety of opportunities for people of all ages to explore their faith.Jaime Briceno, Family Ministries Coordinator
Outreach is expressing our love for God, our neighbors and ourselves by stepping outside our church walls and caring for those in need. This ministry takes us beyond just making charitable contributions to actively journeying with our neighbors.Jodi Jenkins Massie, Trinity Parishioner
Pastoral Care is a ministry of Presence—of caring, or listening, of time. Members of our congregation express their care for one another in a variety of ways.The Rev. Dcn. Jim Lanning
We are a community of faith that enjoys being together! But more than that, we believe getting to know one another is sacred work. Fellowship ministries provide a chance for parishioners to host and/or attend a variety of community events.Diane Fox, Trinity Parishioner
We are blessed with incredible buildings! Our Buildings and Grounds ministries help us care for them.Steve Wilson, Trinity Parishioner
Stewardship is rooted in the recognition that everything we have, and everything we are is a gift from God. It is about how we use our resources to be a part of making God’s dreams for us all realized.Terri Laka, Trinity Parishioner
We as Trinity Episcopal Church Family Ministries aspire to build relationships in order to create a faith community that is welcoming and engaging to the Trinity Family at all stages of life.
Trinity welcomes all children and youth to participate in Trinity's Sunday School program. Nursery care is available during 10:00 am Sunday Services and select church events. (Parents receive a pager in case the Nursery Care Supervisor needs to contact them during the service.) Our Sunday School format follows the Discovering God/Eye on God Curriculum.
Everyone wants to have conversations about things that matter. More than that, we believe one of the gifts communities of faith have to offer is a place to talk about the issues, concerns and passions which are on our hearts. As part of Trinity's Thrive initiative, we are conducting Conversations that Matters programs thoughout the year. These programs are designed to support Trinity congregation members as well as our broader DuPage community.
These programs will
The Trinity Kids Club event is intended to give you some free time and let the kids make new friends and just have fun. Friends and neighbors are all welcome, so help us spread the word by sharing some flyers to interested families.