We welcome people of all ages who come to Holy Trinity to worship, walk the Labyrinth, take a class, learn at our preschool, pray, enjoy our gardens, buy a book, volunteer, meet people, or learn to play a musical instrument at our Music School. Our volunteer and outreach ministries offer the opportunity to be involved in our mission: “to know Christ and make him known through an inward journey of faith and an outward journey of service, giving thanks to God in all things.”
There are countless ways to get involved in the life of the Holy Trinity. Volunteer opportunities inside and outside the Church are listed in the Serve section of the website and in the Christian Formation brochure on our News page. You can also contact Mark Lile-King, Minister of Welcome, Engagement and Pastoral Care at or 336-272-6149 ext. 272 and he will help you find a place to connect.
In addition to volunteer opportunities, there are several special-interest groups that you are welcome to join.
Knit One, Pray Too Our prayer and knitting/crochet ministry meets the first Monday of the month from 2–4 p.m. in Smyth Library. Knit One, Pray Too makes prayer shawls and other items for those in our community who face difficulty in their lives. Materials are provided, and all levels of knitters/crocheters are most welcome. Contact: Cindy Robbins, 336-509-8940.
Labor of Love Support Group Labor of Love is a support and networking group for those in our parish who are caring for aging or chronically ill family members or friends. Labor of Love meets on the third Thursday of the month from 12–1:30 p.m. Contact: Maureen Flak, 336-908-2123 or
Labyrinth Keepers is an ecumenical group dedicated to providing education and opportunities for people to experience transformation through walking the Labyrinth. The Labyrinth Keepers plan, advertise, train, and provide facilitators for a variety of community-wide Labyrinth offerings. Contact Libby Haile at for more information about how you can become active in the mission of Holy Trinity’s Labyrinth.
Choirs are available for singers of every age. More details are in the Music section of the website.
Mystery and Theology Book Club is for mystery lovers and meets on the second Monday, September - May, 6 - 7:30 p.m., in Worth Parlor, to discuss mystery novels that include references to religion. The group is very informal; most books are available from the Greensboro Public Library; and participants can attend any or all meetings. All mystery lovers are welcome! For more information, contact Libby Haile at 336-274-4945.
Divorce Ministry: Parting Ways offers support to people going through a divorce. If you are going through a divorce and want to talk with someone who has been through the same life challenge, contact the Rev. Sarah Carver, Associate Rector at 336-272-6149 ext. 220 or
Education for Ministry helps participants answer the question, “What does life mean in relationship to God and my neighbor?” The course, which meets weekly, September to May, on a weekday morning, requires a year-long commitment. The EFM program, designed by the University of the South School of Theology at Sewanee, Tennessee, includes Bible study, church history, and discussion of views of theologians. It also helps participants define their personal theological view and exercise their call to minister to the world.
Wednesday Night Supper Supper is served from 5–7 p.m. in the Haywood Duke Room from September 15—December 15. Reservations are required and take out will be available. Note: There is no supper on November 24.
TWIGS Those With Infinitely Greater Sense is a community of friends who have seen a lot of life and who gather regularly for fellowship and fun. We gather for lunch on the second Wednesday of the month. Join us! Contact: The Rev. Sarah Carver 336-272-6149, ext. 220 or .
Adult Christian Formation
Sunday morning classes for adults are a great way to make friends, learn about our faith and our world, and find new ways to apply spiritual principles to your life. Anyone is welcome to join a class at any time. This fall, a lecture class will meet at 10 - 10:45 a.m in Haywood Duke. We welcome Dr. Christopher Hodgkins, Professor of Renaissance Literature and Atlantic World Studies, UNC-G as he presents “A Man after God: The Episc Life of David in Samuel and Kings.”
David (c. 1040-971 B.C.) lived a long and amazingly eventful life, and is in the top tier of the greatest figures in history—those who have had the widest conceivable impact. He was a youngest son, shepherd, poet, composer, singer, soldier, prophet, friend, courtier, general, lover, husband, father, resistance leader, conqueror and king. He also was an exile, outlaw, bandit, turncoat, polygamist, adulterer, murderer, and failed parent. And he was the direct ancestor of the Son of David, the Anointed, Jesus Christ. During this ten-week series (September 12-November 21, excluding October 10) we will reflect on the many seasons in David’s life and learn more about what his life can teach us about God’s character, about human nature, about our relationship with God, and about the seasons of our own lives.
Episcopal Church Women (ECW) offers a variety of opportunities for fellowship and service. Chapters meet monthly during the program year for fellowship and spiritual development and are open to every woman in the parish. Day and evening meetings are available. The ECW hosts special events throughout the year such as dinner meetings featuring insightful speakers and women’s retreats. The Spring Soiree, the ECW’s annual fundraiser provides funding for outreach to agencies and ministries that support the women and children of Guilford County. Contact: Melody Young, 919-355-8013, (currently suspended)
Men’s Fellowship meets on the first Monday of the month in the Haywood Duke Room at 6 p.m. for fellowship, followed by dinner and a speaker at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome. Contact Jimmy King 336-327-9693, for more information. (Currently suspended)