Holy Trinity is:
God's House, Your Home.
8:30 am Holy Communion, Rite I
9:30 am Sunday School for Children, Teens and Adults
10:30 am Holy Communion Rite 2 with Choir and Children's Homily
11:45 am Coffee Cafe
Open Sundays 9 am to 11:30 am for newborn to 3 years
Open for all Parish Events
The Rt. Rev. Mark L. Lawrence
The Rev. David Dubay
The Rev. Ed Rosenlieb
The Rev. Ed Dyckman
Mr. Braeden Kershner
Ms. Dorothy Holland
Christian Education Director
Mrs. Mary Lou Wickstrom
Ms. Janice Carpenter
Ms. Martha Rogers
- 8:30 am Rite I Holy Communion (Contemplative)
- 9:30 am Church School for all ages
- 10:30 am Rite II Holy Communion (with Choir and Children's Homily)
Christian Study Opportunities
Please keep checking back for updates in our Christian Education offerings and special worship and fellowship events.
Sunday School for kids and adults resumes September 13th at 9:30 am with a continental breakfast and a short class session. As Christians…we are meant, designed, and need to be disciples of Christ; our Sunday School is our training ground. We study and ingest what the Bible says about Jesus so that our lives can reflect that new understanding just as the disciples lives did. Without pursuing our own role as a disciple of Jesus we are cheating ourselves out of a full, God-blessed, God-sized life.
We will have two adult classes this fall.
The first is a class for new members and those to be confirmed (teens or adults) taught by the Rev. David Dubay. Anglican Beliefs is a look at who we are and what we believe as Anglicans. tha class will meet int he adult classroom.
The second class is a study of the book The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis." Taught by Mrs. Mandy Turner and Mrs. Lisa Dubay. This is a book that explores the way we react to a God who loves us. This clas will meet in the church parlor.
The children gather around the altar with Fr. David for a short talk on a variety of topics during the 10:30 am service.
Men's Prayer Breakfast
The Men's Breakfast meets weekly at 7:00 am for a fantastic breakfast, prayer and study. All men are welcome to attend.
Men's Supper/Study, 6:30 pm 2nd & 4th Tuesdays each month
Our evening men's study group is an opportunity for men of all ages to enjoy supper, study and just some good time together..
Fill the Wagon Food Collection Ministry
The food theme for October is LEGUMES (BEANS).
The Fill-the-Wagon food collection ministry is a fun, easy way for us to help others. This ministry benefits Tricounty Family Ministries and the West Ashley High School Food Bank.
Place your nonperishable donation in the wagon in the back of the church each Sunday.They will be blessed as an offering during the service. At the end of the month the food will be donated to either Tricounty Family Ministries or the West Ashley High School Food Bank.
Watch it grow!
Just Lunch, second Saturday each month, 12:30 pm
This fun dutch-treat lunch for ladies will meet at California Dreaming this month. Please contact Debbie Anderson if you can come so she can make the reservation.
Oyster Roast & Silent Auction, Friday October 30th, 6-8 pm
For fun and funds, we're having an oyster roast and silent auction on Friday, October 30th. Tickets are $18 advance, $20 at door for folks age 13 years and up, kids 12 years and under are free. You may buy from any vestry member or from the church office. So tell your family, friends, coworkers or anyone who loves oysters to get their tickets; or get one for them!
In addition to oysters we're having a silent auction with some very nice items for you to bid on. It's going to be a lively, fun evening so come prepared to have a "shucking & buying good time" with us.
Christmas at Sea Project
The Christmas at Sea program, sponsored by the Charleston Port & Seafarers Society, provides Christmas gift boxes for the seafarers who visit the Port of Charleston. At Holy Trinity we have filled these boxes for a number of years. Last year we provided enough boxes for the crews of two ships.
Deacon Ed has placed boxes and instructions in Mathewes Hall for you to pick up, fill, wrap and return to the church by November 30th. Just place them in Mathewes Hall near the boxes to be filled.
Charleston Area Justice Ministry (CAJM) Meeting
October 16th, 6:30 pm
We invite congregation and community members to a "House Meeting" at Holy Trinity Windermere on October 16th at 6:30 pm (in Mathewes Hall to discuss injustices that they perceive, or are experiencing, in the Charleston area. Almost 30 other congregations will be conducting similar house meetings in order to identify our area's most egregious injustices and then to select one to remedy through the Charleston Area Justice Ministry (CAJM) community action and research process.
Welcome from the pastor
Welcome to Holy Trinity in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, I invite you to explore this website to learn more about who we are as a church family and as followers of Jesus.
Of course a great way to find out who we are is to join us on Sunday mornings at either the 8 am or the 10:30am service. If you have any questions about anything on our website or at our church, or if we can encourage you on your walk with the Lord, please feel free to send us an email or call (the number is below).
The mission of Holy Trinity is simple: To bring Jesus to a hurting world and to be a place where we can all grow and mature in the knowledge and love of God.
A note about our worship services: At Holy Trinity the Bible is understood to be the Word of God and the Holy Scriptures are the center of our worship. However, we worship liturgically, which means in a special order that is very old and “Anglican”. That order of worship and many of our creedal statements are found in the Book of Common Prayer. At Holy Trinity you will hear contemporary music as well as traditional hymns.
We have a nursery open during Sunday School and during the 10:30 service and a special Children's Homily during the service.
If you bring your children into the service and they get a little squirmy and make some noise...know that we are okay with that. We understand what you are going through. A wise old pastor once told me that "if the voice of the child is not heard in the church, then the voice of the church will not be heard in the child." I can preach over any crying baby or restless kid...I promise.
We are grateful you've stopped by. We hope to see you on Sunday morning.
Your servant in Christ,
The Reverend David M. Dubay,
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