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.
Community of Hope
Community of Hope: Serves to create Christian communities of lay volunteer pastoral caregivers united in prayer, shaped by Benedictine Spirituality, and equipped in pastoral care ministries. COHI’s training helps to awaken trainees to God’s call by helping individuals better understand their spiritual gifts for ministry. Contact Janet Bailey,
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
This is a community of people whose ministry is to pray for those on the prayer list and the private prayer list. Anyone who wishes to join them in prayer is welcome. Please contact Gale Robins at for more information.
(EVs) share the Eucharist with persons who are unable to attend church. EVs are caring and compassionate persons sensitive to the needs of others who connect members to the larger Holy Trinity community. All EVS are licensed by the Bishop and trained by Holy Trinity priests. Contact the Rev. Sarah Carver,
HT Parish Nurse Maureen Flak is a licensed RN employed by the church through the Congregational Nursing Program of Moses Cone Health. Maureen visits hospitals and homes; offers wellness opportunities to congregation, staff, and the HT Day School. She provides educational and health screening events; and talks with parishioners as a resource for health concerns and information. Contact Maureen Flak, 336-908-2123,