Connect

Welcome

picture of father kevin

At Trinity, we all enjoy and benefit from membership in a community of faithful people - faithful to our Lord and to each other. We carry fond memories of Trinity wherever we go: Rich worship experiences; friends who have become part of our extended, caring family; Support in times of personal difficulties; Beautiful little faces in song and laughter; Openly sharing our concerns and helping with the needs of others; God responding to our prayers.

No matter where you are in your life's journey, I invite you to explore our website and learn about Trinity and our mission to: Love God; Love Neighbor; and Change the World. Even better. Come visit us in Wheaton, IL sometime!

Peace,
Father Kevin Caruso
Rector

Let Us Keep In Our Prayers

picture of congregation

Those who have requested Intercession
Matthew Longhurst, Elizabeth Rogers, Mike Boldus, Cindy, Veronica Wallace, Ann Mategrano, Jodi Massie, Eileen, Marie DiBello, Dorothy Wellman, Jim, Susan, Meghan, Michael, Terry, Jim Stewart, Peggy Ehrisman, Christine Bork, the Sorsa family, the Bataille family, the Olden family, the Ready Family, Gloria Simon, Camile Bowman, Kathy Schofield, Margaret Pfaffle, Cole, Fernando Gutierrez, the Fay Family, Jackie Haiser, the Stewart/Miller family, Marie Caluski, Marco Gargiullo, Sue Travis, Dave, Susie Surate, Alaina Smith, Roger Smiitter, David, Sally, and Bill Snyder.
Faithfully Departed
Bill Fay, Jean Stewart, George Haiser, Anna Kennelly and Cheryl Smiitter.
Diocesan Cycle of Prayer
Intercessions are offered for Congregations in the Chicago-South Deanery: Brent House Campus Ministry at the University of Chicago; the Chapel at Montgomery Place; South Loop Campus Ministry; Grace Place in Chicago; Holy Cross in Chicago; Holy Nativity in Chicago; La Santa Cruz in Diocese of Southeast Mexico; and St. Peter, Diocese of Renk.
Anglican Cycle of Prayer:
Intercessions are offered for the Diocese of Maridi (South Sudan).

Solemn Communion Class

picture of kids distributing communion

At Trinity, we offer a Solemn Communion class to provide children an age appropriate opportunity to reflect on the nature and meaning of the Eucharist. For some children this also provides an opportunity to prepare them for his/her first communion. This program is designed for children who are in the first grade, or older. It is also designed to emphasize that, for children, a primary location of faith formation is in the home. To that end, this program will require the participation of a parent and include a brief class on Sundays with further work to be done in the household each week. If you want to participate, we will gather for the first time at 11:30am Sunday (2/10/2019) downstairs in room 6 the Music/Art/Chapel room (across from the Lego room).

Good Book Club

picture of good book logo

All Episcopalians are invited to participate in the Good Book Club. A church-wide Bible reading initiative, the Good Book Club will focus on Paul’s Letter to the Romans, with participants reading a section of scripture each day during the Epiphany season. On Sunday mornings, from 9:15-9:45 am, Fr. Kevin is hosting a discussion group around our short daily readings.

Trinity Apparel For Outreach Programs

picture of trinity sweatshirt

Our motto says it all: Love God, Love Neighbor, Change the World! Trinity's Outreach programs reach the homeless, the abused, the unemployed and underemployed, the young and the wise. Help support our Outreach programs by purchasing Trinity apparel: T-shirts with Trinity logo $10, Polo shirts w/logo $20, Zipper hoodies w/logo $30. To order, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or call 630-606-9055. Apparel is on display at Millett Hall each weekend. Payments can be made by check payable to Trinity Episcopal Church, memo: Outreach apparel). Proceeds benefit Trinity's Outreach Program.