Cultivating Peace and Compassion through Spiritual Practice
Join Rev. Greg Farrand and Ruth Anderson, PhD, for thirty minutes on Zoom, every Wednesday at noon, to participate in a spiritual practice designed to help us let go of stress and cultivate compassion and inner peace. Click here for the zoom link.
Stillpoint, A Contemplative Eucharist,
On Wednesday evenings we offer Stillpoint: A Contemplative Eucharist in All Saints Chapel. This is an opportunity to find that “still point” in the middle of one’s busy week. The format includes a 30 minute Eucharist with contemplative music led by Dr. Ben Brafford and volunteer musicians in the Taizé tradition, followed by an opportunity for a 15–20 minute period of silent contemplative prayer. Those who choose to leave immediately following the Eucharist will be invited to leave in silence. September 15—December 15.
Programs, Labor Day - Memorial Day
Holy Trinity offers several opportunities for worship, fellowship, and study on Wednesday nights. Wednesday night activities usually follow a fall and spring semester schedule. Please check the schedule here for current offerings.
Wednesday Night Supper
Supper is served from 5–7 p.m. in the Haywood Duke Room from September 22—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)
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
Holy Trinity has three choirs for children ages 4 and older. Each choir provides musical instruction with an introduction to liturgical music and the opportunity to perform during services and special events.
Adults are welcome to join the Chancel Choir, which leads the music at the 9 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Sunday services.
All choirs rehearse on Wednesday evenings. Go here to learn more.