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 is at 9:30 am every Sunday.
The children gather around the altar with Fr. David for a short talk on a variety of topics during the 10:30 am service.
A monthly book club meets on the last Sunday of each month at 5:00 pm. The current book for reading is The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis; it can be purchased at any bookstore.
The club meets at the same time as Kings Kids but all are welcome to come each month and enjoy the discussions of this book. What a great way to have some adult fellowship and learn more about our Lord at the same time.
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.
A Noonday prayer service will be held each day during Holy Week.
Thursday, April 2nd, the 7:00 pm Maundy Thursday service celebrates Christ's commands to us and ends with the stripping of the altar.
On Friday, April 3rd the 7:00 pm service will commemorate Jesus' death. Through readings and prayers we remember the cost of our redemption.
Our Easter celebration is Sunday, April 5th. There will be only one service at
10:30 am( no 8:00 am service). At 9:30 am the children will hear the Easter
story and hunt eggs. At the start of the 10:30 am service children and adults
will place flowers on the cross as they enter for this celebratory worship service.
Fill the Wagon Food Collection Ministry
The food theme for April is BEVERAGES.
The Fill-the-Wagon food collection ministry is fun, easy way for us to help others. This ministry will benefit 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.The 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!
Breakfast by the Sea, 9:30 am, April 12th
This outdoor breakfast and worship service is based on Jesus' feeding the disciples by the sea of Gallilee after His resurrection. For our 37th year we will be at Camp St. Christopher on Seabrook Island. The ad really says it all—almost! A picture can't tell you how much fun this event is; a great breakfast, wonderful worship and family beach time afterward. What could a better way to spend a day?
Community Yard Sale & Block Party
Our annual yard sale allows our friends and neighbors (that's all our community) to have their own yard sale on our safe, visible property at no charge. We're expanding this year with a block party with games, jump castles, music (small band) and a bake sale. Come have a yard sale or just come shop, find treasures and have some fun with us.
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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