The Trinity Book Club meets on the third Thursday of every month to discuss a different book picked by its members. All are welcome to join in the lively conversation… even if you haven’t finished the book! To learn more, please contact staff liaison Ginger Bitikofer.
Daughters of the King
The Daughters of the King is an order for women in the Episcopal Church whose members undertake a Rule of Life requiring a spiritual discipline of daily prayer, service, and evangelism. Each Daughter takes a lifetime vow after appropriate study and prayer to live by the Rule of the Order. Seekers always welcome at monthly meetings, on the third Sunday of each month. This small group of like-minded women gather monthly for a spiritual program or topic, book read and discussion. It is a safe place in a busy world for women to gather and support each other through prayer, study and friendship. To become involved, please contact co-leaders Debbie Hunter or Marilyn McDonald; or staff liaison Ginger Bitikofer. Visit the national website to learn more.
Members of Knitting Pearls live out the words of Christ through our shared hobby. As we meet together, we come to know one another and share in one another’s lives. In a safe and friendly environment, beginners and experts alike support one another with creativity, advice and empathy. As we present our work to those in the congregation and beyond who are in need of celebration or condolence, we knit others to ourselves. One of our groups meets on Monday evenings and another on Friday mornings. To learn more, please contact coordinators Toni Ponzo or Beth Billings or staff liaison Ginger Bitikofer. More information is also available online.
Parents and Caregivers Group
Parents and caregivers meet on the second Sunday or each month to celebrate the joys and trials of raising children. Besides being a support and study group, its members also plan fun activities like picnics and occasional retreats. To learn more, please contact coordinators Tom Pace, Katy Marcy or Jen Marcy or staff liaisons the Rev. Kay Rackley or Chris Decatur.
Supper Groups are small groups of parishioners who meet informally each month for shared meals and lively conversation. Each person or couple takes a turn hosting the others in their group for a potluck dinner. Groups are organized in the fall. This is an excellent way to get to know others at Trinity. To join a supper group, please contact coordinators Gayle Cratty or Linda Lee or staff liaison Ginger Bitikofer.
The Third Half of Life
Our program is a Trinity lay ministry of education, fellowship and support for people age “fiftyish” and up. To learn more, please contact Martha Bifano, Wayne Bifano, Ken Smith or staff liaison Ginger Bitikofer.
Trinity Men’s Group
All men of the congregation are invited to meet for conversation in the Chapel the third Wednesday of every month at 7:30 p. m. for a rotating schedule of worship, Bible study and fellowship. To learn more, contact Ginger Bitikofer.
Trinity Women’s Group
All Women are invited to meet monthly for shared meals, devotions, outreach projects and conversation. To learn more, please contact Ginger Bitikofer.
Visual Artists @ Trinity
The Visual Artists @ Trinity is a collaborative of artists from the Trinity community that meets several times a year for mutual support and inspiration. The group organizes outreach programs, art shows and sales including the Medieval Feasts Arts Bazaar and Fresh Art at Midtown Fresh Stop. To learn more, please contact staff liaison Ginger Bitikofer.
Individuals between the ages of 20 and 40 are welcome to participate in a fellowship group. This offers young professionals an opportunity to connect with their peer group as well as the community at large. This group meets on a monthly basis for meals and gatherings decided by the participants. Please contact the Rev. Kay Rackley or Chris Decatur for more information.