Worship is the heart and soul of our life at Trinity. We learn and grow together in faith through our prayers and fellowship, reading and reflections on Holy Scripture, and the preached Word. We are also fed and nurtured together through the Spirit at the Holy Table in the Eucharist (Holy Communion) as we join our life and commitment to God in Jesus Christ.

Altar Guild

The Altar Guild is responsible for preparing the altars for the various services, including Holy Eucharist, Morning Prayer, Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals, Preaching Mission and Revival, Morning and Evening Prayer, and other special services. The Altar Guild ensures that all vessels,linens, vestments, hangings, candles, etc., are ready for use at all service. The Altar Guild consists of four teams that rotate each week throughout the year.
· Interested persons should contact the ministry chair, Barbara Mills.


the Evangelism Committee is responsible for the development and oversight of the Parish’s ministry of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ in the church and to the world. The Evangelism Committee provides leadership for the Advent Circle (House Church), Preaching Mission and Revival and New Member classes.

Flower Guild

The Flower Guild functions through the ministry of Altar Guild. They arrange the altar flowers and other bouquets that decorate the church. (See Altar Guild).

Contact: Barbara Mills, ministry chair.

Oblation Bearers

The Oblation Bearers are members of the congregation who agreed to bring the bread and the wine to the altar during Eucharistic service to be blessed / consecrated and administer as Holy Communion.
Contact: Christine Morgan (8:00 am) and Caroline Edwards (10:30 am)

Lay Readers/Lay Eucharistic Ministers

Lay Readers and Lay Eucharistic Ministers assist the clergy in leading the worship by reading the Holy Scriptures, leading the prayers of the people and assisting with the administration of Holy Communion. They perform these duties at all service on Sundays and during the week. The Lay Readers assist the clergy in leading worship by reading the first lesson, (Hebrew Scriptures) and or the psalm and the prayers of the people. The Lay Eucharistic Ministers serve the wine during administration of communion. Members of this ministry are licensed by the diocese and undergo a brief training.

Contact: Donna Weston (8:00 am) and Kay Pierson (10:30 am)


The Lectors are member of the congregation who are assigned to read the scriptures, usually the second lesson [the Epistle] at worship services.



The worship committee oversees all ministries concerning worship at Trinity Church Parish. The committee also serves as an advisory committee to the Rector, Minister of Music and Vestry. It meets quarterly to consider matters concerning worship in Trinity Church Parish.