1712-2012: Celebrating 300 Years
Welcome to Holy Trinity Episcopal Church!
What does your week look like? No time for your family, no time for yourself, no time just to breathe? Maybe it’s time to take a break. Join us this Sunday morning for our worship service. Meet new people, enjoy a nice cup of coffee and become part of a spiritual community. Renew your spirit!
Holy Trinity is a church where everyone is welcome to come and to grow in faith, understanding, gratitude, service and peace. We are a friendly bunch and we will try our best to answer any questions you have about our church, our town or our community.
To find out what we do, go to the right hand column under “Of Interest” and click on the “Activities/Ministries” link. You’ll find a list of activities and the people to contact. Or look through the other pages of this website to find even more information.
We look forward to meeting you!
The mission of Holy Trinity Church, under Jesus Christ, is to further the spiritual growth of all; love, minister to, and affirm one another; and be a force for God in our community.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 1956 Main Road, Tiverton, RI 02878
Saturday 5:00 pm, Holy Eucharist
First Saturday of every month, traditional hymns with David Swift on guitar. Third Saturday of every month, joyful Christian/Caribbean reggae music with Jude Ahamiojie on electric piano.
Sunday 8:00 am, Holy Eucharist without music
Sunday 10:00 am, Holy Eucharist with music and child care
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday 9:00 am, Morning Prayer
Tuesday 12:00 noon, Healing Service and Holy Eucharist
All Christians who hunger for God are welcome at our communion table.
Church School, Sundays
To register, call the parish office at 624-4759. Church school is open to all children, whether they are members of Holy Trinity or not. All are welcome!
September thru May
Giggles, Wiggles and God
9:45 to 10:30 am, infants to age 4; childcare with basic religious introduction
9:45 – 10:30 am, Level 1 for children ages 5 & 6, Level 2 for ages 7 & 8; interactive programs focusing on the Bible and the Church
Living the Good News
9:45 to 10:30 am, ages 9 through 11; Scripture-based program for Tweens
8:45 to 9:45 am, ages 11 through 14; a two-year program, the first part of Journey to Adulthood
Trinity Trader Thrift Shop
Are you planning a wedding?
If you’re in the planning stages of a wedding, Holy Trinity can provide the perfect place. Beautiful setting, large parish hall, efficient kitchen…what more could you need? See our brochure by clicking on the link in the right hand column on this page. And congratulations!
What’s going on
Worship – Saturday and Sunday, November 1 and 2
Feast of All Saints and All Souls
At the services this Saturday and Sunday, we will remember our loved ones who have gone home to the Lord. Bring pictures of family and friends and place them on the altar any time this week or bring them when you come to the service this weekend and they will be remembered along with all the Communion of Saints.
Community Service – Sunday, November 9
Salvation Army Soup Kitchen
Holy Trinity Church has been assigned to serve the evening meal on Sunday, November 9, from 4:30 to 6:00 pm. We are looking for our Rite 13 and J2A class members to participate, and will also need some parents to join them. Please sign up on the sheet at the back of the church or contact the church office at 624-4759.
Craft Fair – Saturday, November 15
Harvest and Christmas Craft Fair
The Craft Fair is coming up quickly and we are looking for help in donations for the Silent Auction and craft tables as well as people to help during the day of the fair with the tables and in the kitchen serving breakfast items and lunch. There are sign-up sheets at the back of the church or contact Felicia at 401-624-7435.
Fellowship – Friday, November 21
On Friday, November 21, 7:30 to 9:00 pm, Italian tenor, Dominic DiPasquale, and classical guitarist, Ron Murray, will perform in the church. This is a fundraising event for the Capital Improvement Fund of Holy Trinity. Admission is $15 for adults, $5 for teens (13-17), children 12 and under are free. Join us for another Concert in the Church!
Church School – Fall 2014
Registration for fall classes
Director of Religious Education, Nikki Johnston, will begin registration for all church school classes – Sunday School, First Communion and Confirmation – on Sundays, August 17, 24, and 31 immediately following the 10:00 am service in the parish hall during coffee hour. Everyone is invited to join us! The church school year will begin on Sunday, September 14. Backpacks and school supplies will be blessed at the end of the 10:00 am service. The blessing of the backpacks is for any student in any program of any age.
Sundays at 9am
In the Victorian Parlor each Sunday morning at 9am Fr. John will lead an adult education class based on the timeless question “What is God calling me to do?” There will be a gospel reading of the day and reflections of the participants. No sign up is required. Come join us for this opportunity to learn & grow in the gospel.
Worship – Tuesdays at Noon
Every Tuesday afternoon at 12 PM, there is a healing service and celebration of the Holy Eucharist in the church. The service includes a laying on of hands with prayers for healing in body, mind and spirit as well as anointing and blessing. Prayer requests for the healing service may be submitted on a weekly basis. Simply fill out a prayer request form and place it in the basket at the usher’s table. Make a date with God in the middle of the week.
Worship – 1st Sunday of each month
Celebration Sunday with our kids
The first Sunday of every month, our children are invited to take part in the Sunday service helping out with a variety of jobs including lectors, ushers and helping Fr John at the altar. Sign up your kids at least a week before the service on the bulletin board in the parish hall. And bring all your kids to the service!
Holy Trinity helps to serve the evening meal at the New Bedford Salvation Army soup kitchen four times a year. It’s not a hard job but very rewarding. The sign up sheet with dates and directions are on the bulletin board at the back of the church. Contact the parish office with any questions.
Holy Trinity/Amicable’s youth group has put together a schedule of activities from September through May. They meet twice a month doing community service, fundraising and some stuff just for fun. You can check out the calendar by clicking on “Youth Group Schedule” in the right hand column of this page, under “Of Interest.” New kids are always welcome – as are adult chaperones! Come join us!
It’s time for your pledge cards
Please don’t forget to fill out your pledge cards and drop them in the collection plate or mail it to the parish office as soon as you can. This helps us to make budget plans for the year. Extra pledge cards are available on the ushers’ table at the back of the church.
Service – Ongoing
Feeding the hungry
Holy Trinity continues to give year-round support to the community food pantry located at the Old Stone Baptist Church in Tiverton. Perishable foods may be dropped off in the basket in the entry of the church. Items needed: canned soups and stews, tuna, peanut butter, pasta sauces, pancake mixes and syrup, canned or dried fruits, beans and lentils, pasta, rice, fruit juice. Please remember that items beyond the expiration date on the package cannot be accepted.
Being friendly can be fun
We need people to sign up to host our Sunday coffee hours after the Sunday service. It’s not hard, and if it’s your first time, we can pair you up with one of the coffee hour veterans to show you the ropes. You don’t even have to bake – that’s what grocery store bakeries are for! The sign up sheet is on the bulletin board in the parish hall. Sign up with a friend and it will be even easier! Hospitality is one of Holy Trinity’s important ministry. Be a part of it!
Giggles, Wiggles and God, infants to age 4, is childcare which includes some basic religious instruction; Godly Play I, ages 5 and 6, and Godly Play II, ages 7 and 8, is an interactive program focusing on the Bible and aspects of the Church; Living the Good News, ages 9 through 11, is a Scripture-based program; Rite 13 is a two-year program for ages 11 through 14.
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