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 provided by Riley Walker and Dr. Ben Brafford 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.  February 9—May 18.

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 Monthly Fellowship Dinners
Monthly Fellowship Dinners: Our fellowship dinners are celebratory with plenty of fellowship. These dinners are bustling with service and fun and are a wonderful way to come together in fellowship and love in the time-honored tradition celebrated at Holy Trinity. Contact: Kathleen Prokesch . March 1, April 6, May 18

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