A person desiring to be married in this parish must be (for at least one year prior to the wedding) a member who is a communicant in good standing, the child of a member who is a communicant in good standing, or transferring in as a communicant in good standing from another parish. It is possible for persons who are not communicants in good standing to be married at Holy Trinity when express permission is granted by the rector. Learn more about the sacrament of holy matrimony and Holy Trinity's wedding policies.
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 Ann Dortch, liturgical assistant, at 272-6149 ext. 239 or . Learn more about the sacrament of holy baptism.
Holy Trinity is located at 607 North Greene Street and occupies the block between Smith Street and Fisher Avenue. Smith Street is one-way running east, and Fisher Avenue is one-way running west. Click here for a map and complete driving directions.
We are always delighted to welcome new members into our parish! As you get acquainted, we hope you will consider joining Holy Trinity. Such a commitment is a joyful decision, but before you make it, take some time to reflect on the meaning of membership. Christianity may be a personal faith, but it is not a private one. We are meant to be individual parts of one body, the body of the Christ, and our relationships with one another - in worship, giving, friendship and service - are a witness to our faith.
If you are a baptized member of another church, becoming a member of Holy Trinity is as simple as requesting that a letter of transfer be sent to us from your former place of worship. If you have not been baptized, or if you are interested in the deeper commitment of confirmation, please contact a member of the clergy, who can apprise you of the best course for your particular situation.
If you are planning a funeral for a loved one who has already passed away, or whose passing is imminent, please contact a member of the clergy as soon as possible. After meeting with the family, final plans will be made and a date for the service set. Learn more about pre-planning your funeral service.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church is a member of the Diocese of North Carolina in the Episcopal Church in America, part of the world-wide Anglican Communion. Those worshiping at Holy Trinity come from a broad range of denominations and faith experiences. All are welcome.
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 the sacrament of Holy Eucharist.
Sunday morning worship services are offered at 8 a.m., 9 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. We also offer a contemporary Wednesday night service at 5:30 p.m. Get more detailed information about our worship services.
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 as well as offer the chance for families to fellowship together. Learn more about family ministries.
Limited handicap accessibility is available. Please contact the parish office at 272-6149 with your particular concerns.