COVID-19 Updates

Trinity is now open for in-person services! Please note: All adults and children entering Trinity facilities are required to wear a mask (regardless of vaccination status); remain seated and masked while singing; and social distance by maintaining a three foot distance from anybody not in your family. For persons not comfortable with returning to in-person worship, we will continue to stream certain services via our Facebook site or on Zoom. Please also note that there will be no food served during coffee hour. Please check out our Schedule of Services.

Trinity will continue to follow the guidelines from the State of Illinois and the Diocese of Chicago. Please check this site regularly.


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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

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Those who have requested Intercession
Let us keep in our prayers Matthew Longhurst, Mike Boldus, Cindy, Jodi Massie, Eileen Pender, Marie DiBello, Dorothy Wellman, Jim, Susan, Meghan Dongarra, Jim Stewart, Sue Travis, Cole, Barbara Byington, Hunter Byington, Gloria Simon, Katherine, Katarina Mackovic, Vickie Balamucki, John Poulos, Marthajo Rademacher, Kathy Mensing Griffin, Bishop-elect Rev. Paula Clark, Robert Ward, Heather Coleman, the Nephew-Bergman family, Carol Kincaid, the Rogers family, Barbara, Charlie, Judy Budde, Jerry Daly, Emily, Catherine, Paul, Jack, Les Lingenfelter, David, Karen, Mary Buckley, the Bennett family, Andrea, health care providers, and the people of the Diocese of Renk.
Faithfully Departed
Joan Bennett
Serving In The Military
Billy Clarke

Saturday Morning Adult Study

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All are welcome to join us each Saturday morning for Adult Study. We are currently studying the books of the New Testament

We are currently meeting on Zoom (Meeting ID: 893 3309 1187; Password: 60187) at 9:30 am.

Although the Saturday morning group has been together for some time, we would be thrilled to welcome new members to join us for this survey of the literature that gave rise to our own faith tradition.

The New Testament is something of a paradox. On the one hand, it is a single book—or part of a book, the Christian Bible. As such, Christians believe that it communicates a single religious message. On the other hand, it is a collection of 27 different books, written by probably 16 different authors at various times and places. This paradox expresses itself in a variety of ways. For example, the New Testament teaches that salvation comes through Jesus, but its individual books present differing pictures of who Jesus was and what he taught. This course investigates the diversity of the New Testament by studying the distinct perspectives of its individual writings in their historical contexts.

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