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How do I get to Holy Trinity? Click here for a map and complete driving directions.

How do I become a member? We are always delighted to welcome new members to our Parish. As you get acquainted, we hope you will consider joining Holy Trinity. More information is available here.

Can I get married at Holy Trinity? More information on planning a wedding at Holy Trinity is available here.

Can we have our child baptized at Holy Trinity? Holy Baptism for adults, children, or infants may be scheduled at the 9 a.m. or 11:15 a.m. Sunday morning service at any time during the year, except during Lent. To schedule a baptism, please contact Annie Slaughter, 336-272-6149 ext. 223, or . The clergy person conducting the baptism will contact the family a week before the baptism to schedule a time to review the service. People who are baptized at Holy Trinity are considered members of the Parish.

How do I plan a funeral at Holy Trinity? If you are planning a funeral for a loved one who has already passed away, or whose death is imminent, please contact a member of the clergy as soon as possible. Final plans will be made and a date for the service set after a clergy member meets with the family. Learn more about pre-planning your funeral service here.

Can I take communion? All baptized Christians, regardless of denomination, are welcome to receive Eucharist, or Holy Communion. Those not baptized or who choose not to receive communion are invited to come to the altar rail to receive a blessing. Learn more about Eucharist and other sacraments here.

When are worship services? Sunday morning worship services are offered at 8 a.m., 9 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. from September through May. (see summer schedule under Sundays.) We also offer a contemplative Wednesday night service at 5:30 p.m. Get more detailed information about our worship services here.

What programs does Holy Trinity offer for children and teens? Children and youth at Holy Trinity are encouraged to participate in all facets of Parish life. Our age-appropriate classes and programs incorporate the use of both traditional curricula and contemplative practices designed to foster in our young people a more intimate, personal sense of God. In addition, we offer periodic events that educate parents about ways to encourage spirituality at home. There are many fellowship opportunities for the whole family. Learn more about family ministries here.

Is your facility handicap-accessible? Limited handicap accessibility is available. Please contact the Parish Office at 336-272-6149 with particular concerns.

  • The sanctuary is accessible from the front entrance on Greene Street and through the Parish Office entrance (below), using the elevator to the second floor.
  • The Parish Office is accessible from Fisher Avenue via the sidewalk under the arched sculpture at the back of the main building.
  • The Parish House is accessible from the covered walkway on Greene Street and at the back of the building.
  • Sacred Garden Bookstore, 211 Fisher Ave., is accessible from the back entrance off the parking lot.