Bringing the clear message of the transformational Gospel of Jesus Christ to the congregation and our community.
8:00 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
Activities at Holy Trinity
Please keep checking back for updates in our Christian Education offerings and special worship and fellowship events
Sunday Worship Services
- 8:00 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)
Ash Wednesday and Lent
Holy Trinity offers two services of Communion and Impostion of Ashes on Ash Wednesday. One is at noon in All Saints Chape (just off the parish hall) the other is at 7:00 pm in the church. You are invited to join us for either service to make a prayerful start to your Lenten season.
During the remainder of Lent there will be a Noonday Service every Wednesday (12:00 noon of course). Please join us for this service. Our hope is that you will also adopt and follow a regime of reading, prayer, outreach or other discipline that will make your journey through Lent meaningful for you and your family.
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 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 new monthly book club which will meet on the last Sunday of each month at 5:00 pm began on January 25th and the book for reading is The Prodigal God by Timothy Keller; 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.
Fill the Wagon Food Collection Ministry begins
Sunday, February 1st
This new ministry begins a new dimension of food ministry a Holy Trinity. 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.
Here's how it works: a wagon will be placed in the back of the church for you to fill with donated nonperishable foods each Sunday. During the service we will bring the wagon up as an offering for a blessing. After church the items will be stacked in a corner of the church so we can watch it grow. At the end of the month the food will be donated to either Tricounty Family Ministries or the West Ashley High School Food Bank.
Every month will have a different theme; red foods, green foods, pb&j-related foods— you get the idea. February's theme is RED foods; suggested foods are canned tomatoes, diced tomatoes, ketchup, red beets, red jams, red jellies, spaghetti sauce, tomato juice, tomato sauce, etc. We'll publish the next month's theme on the last Sunday of each month.
Annual Pancake Supper and Talent Show,
Tuesday, February 17th at 6:00 pm
The annual Pancake Supper and Talent Show is our own "Mardi Gras!" Yes, on Shrove Tuesday, we will gather to indulge our love for a variety of pancakes, lots of syrup, sausages and all the other trimmings that go with it. And you are invited to join us for this delicious and fun event.
And after we're "fat and happy," we will be entertained by all the Holy Trinity stars. From the tiny ones to the seniors, they will "strut their stuff" for our enjoyment. It's a wonderful 20-year tradition of family time here at Holy Trinity. Over the years, we've had skits, singing, dancing, tumbling acts, karate, instrumental music, various readings, juggling and much more. You don't have to be good, you just have to be willing. After all, it's family and everyone knows families are very appreciative and indulgent when their own perform.
Tickets at the door are:
- children 6 years and up–$4.00 and
- children five years and under eat free