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Prepare and/or serve the meal on Thursday, February 22 and/or Saturday, February 24 at the Decatur-area emergency shelter.
Volunteers are still needed to offer and impose ashes in Decatur Square on Ash Wednesday.
Looking for a practice for Lent and beyond? Want to deepen your relationships with other folks at Holy Trinity?
Is it time to strengthen your sacramental connection to HTP through confirmation or reception? Or is God calling you to deepen your life and call in this place? Sunday,...
DEAM needs volunteers to be Pantry Angels, especially someone to work on Tuesday mornings
The Presentation of Jesus 2018
The 18th annual Holy Trinity English Afternoon Tea is SOLD OUT! (sad trombone sound)
Buy your tickets online for the Annual Shrimp Feast hosted by the Brotherhood of St. Andrew in Tisdale Hall on Saturday night, February 3, at 6 p.m.
Applications for the 2018 scholarship are now being accepted.
The Conversion of St. Paul the Apostle
During the MLK weekend, 65 representatives of Holy Trinity covered 87 volunteer shifts. Thank you to all, especially for showing up in such unpredictable weather.
Keeping the Feast with Greg & Jenna on the YouTubes!
We ended up raising $25,528 PLUS the matching grant for a total of $38,028. Construction can now begin on the school!
The 18th annual English Tea is Sunday, Feb. 25 in Tisdale Hall. Tickets go on sale Sunday, January 28
Are you new or relatively new to the parish and interested in learning more about Holy Trinity and the Episcopal Church? Please join Fr. Greg and Mo. Jenna from...
Keeping the Feast, with Fr. Greg and Mo. Jenna. The Feast of the Holy Innocents.
Keeping the Feast, with Fr. Greg and Mo. Jenna.
Keeping the Feast with Fr. Greg and Mo. Jenna.
An anonymous donor has pledged to match all donations made in 2017, up to $12,500! Please make your donations now–there’s less than two weeks left!
Celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany with Holy Eucharist, potluck dinner, and a Burning of the Greens bonfire. Saturday, January 6 at 6 p.m.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the PJ drive for Hagar’s House!
The Decatur MLK Service Project, provides free house maintenance and repair for Decatur’s needy senior homeowners each January (13-15, Sat-Mon).
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is selling the “Episcopal Church Kalendars,” which feature seasons of the church year and lessons
Tuesday, 6:00-7:30 Evening Prayer and Study of the Gospel of Mark Part 3 of 10: Parables & Miracles.
The Service of Advent Lessons and Carols is a service of Christian worship dating back to the early 19th century.
It’s time to collect Christmas gifts for our friends at Emmaus House!
Come kick off the holidays at a casual gathering with WiOT on Sunday, December 3, 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. at Suzie & Tim Ball’s home.
All families are invited to the Chapel on Sunday, December 3, at 5:30 p.m. for Evening Prayer with the story of St. Nicholas
HTP children, youth, and all members of the parish: Come to Tisdale Hall on Sunday, December 3.
Join us on Wednesdays beginning November 29, from 6-6:30 p.m. for Evening Prayer and then from 6:45-7:30 for Bible study.
Order for your home or as a gift for friends and family. Funds raised from wreath sales will help fund future HTP Youth pilgrimages.
Is it time to sacramentally strengthen your connection to HTP through confirmation or reception? Or is God calling you to deepen your life and call in this place?
HTP’s Artist-in-Residence has written an all-new mass setting for Holy Eucharist and given it to the church as a 125th anniversary gift.
Janelle Adams & Tim Moore are hosting in their new home! There will be a potluck-style dinner on Sunday, November 19, at 6 p.m.
Little Shop of Stories presents: This year’s On the Same Page author Christopher Paul Curtis at HTP to visit YOU, the readers of Bud, Not Buddy!
Eucharist in the Chapel at 6:00, snacks and a Bible study/discussion in the Gaylord Room at 6:30.