A BIG thank you to all who volunteered at the English Afternoon Tea! Your participation made the event a success!
There are several ways that you can be part of the English Tea. Volunteers are needed for setup on Saturday the 25th and on the morning of the 26th...
The 17th annual Holy Trinity English Afternoon Tea will be Sunday, Feb. 26, with tickets on sale now.
The 2017 Martin Luther King Jr. Service Weekend project brought out more than forty volunteers from Holy Trinity Parish to assist one of our Oakhurst neighbors with repairs and...
Come join in the fun on Saturday, January 21, 2 p.m. at the Comet Pub and Lanes at Suburban Plaza in Decatur.
HTP’s next turn to prepare and serve meals at Hagar’s House emergency shelter for women and children is the week of Sunday, February 19 through Saturday, February 25.
A perfect group for women of any age: Women in Ordinary Time (WiOT) is a newly-formed “events-based” group of women from HTP with some impressive “don’ts”: You are not...
When the weather outside feels like you’re in Scotland, why not come inside the kitchen at Holy Trinity and learn how to bake authentic British scones?
HTP's Refugee Ministry was featured on 11 Alive News in Atlanta on December 19, 2016 Donate to the Refugee Ministry Your donations help co-sponsored refugee families to resettle...
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is selling 2017 “Episcopal Church Kalendars.”
Order your wreaths today!
HTP’s Minister of Music Vince Evans leads children from Pre-K through 5th Grade on Sundays, beginning Sunday, November 13, at 9:15 a.m. in the Choir Room.
Saturday, November 5, 7 p.m. at Holy Trinity Parish. Featuring Caroline Herring, performing her song “Black Mountain Lullaby.” “Big Yellow Taxi,” “Paradise,” “The Garden Song,” and other favorites performed by...
Twice a year, HTP does its best to fill the DEAM pantry shelves; November 6 is one of those important days.
It’s that time of year again!
HTP’s next turns to prepare and serve meals at Hagar’s House, the Decatur Cooperative Ministry’s emergency shelter for women & children, are:
The Episcopal Church has a fine-tuned response to disasters, developed from work with victims of Katrina and emergencies that have followed.
HTP’s next Church of the Common Ground date is this Sunday, August 14.
Help epilepsy patients in rural Honduras to continue receiving anti-seizure medication.
Ethlene Sawyerr-Turner and Annie Dove-Edwin are planting a new chapter of Mothers Union
Every year at this time, I ask members of Holy Trinity to consider a donation to purchase anticonvulsant medication for the treatment of epilepsy in the clinic at Rancho...
Educating and empowering the people of our diocese is central to creating and maintaining churches and activities that are safe for everyone.
Save the date: Saturday, September 10. Gather together as we continue to celebrate Holy Trinity’s 125th birthday.
In 1909, the Reverend J. J. Perry became the first resident priest at Holy Trinity with the Mission having a total of 40 communicants and 70 baptized members. Within...