Whether you are encountering challenging situations, such as times of grief and loss, illness, and major life changes, or finding yourself needing to celebrate recovery, new life or new opportunities — you are surrounded by a caring faith community at Holy Trinity. Through prayer and presence, the clergy and parishioners at Holy Trinity support one another by offering listening ears, loving hearts, and the willingness simply to be present to one another at times of joy and sorrow.
However you find yourself, if you are in need of spiritual care and companionship and want to reach out to clergy or a member of the pastoral staff here at Holy Trinity, please call 336-365-0750.
Eucharistic Visitors are lay people who are trained by clergy and licensed by our bishop to administer the consecrated bread and wine to those who are unable to come to church. Visits typically take place in parishioners’ homes, hospital rooms or at hospice. If you are unable to get to church and would like a visitor to bring you communion, please email Please note: At this time per direction from our Bishops, in-person visits by clergy, pastoral caregivers, or Eucharistic visitors are suspended until the Covid-19 crisis has passed.
Community of Hope
Community of Hope is a community of parishioners here at Holy Trinity who have been equipped to assist the clergy in providing pastoral care by being "present" with people facing challenges and by sharing God's love through deep listening and our shared language of faith. They serve the Holy Trinity community through their gifts of care, encouragement, compassion, and their ongoing desire to deepen communal relationships. Contact: Janet Bailey: