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Welcome to Trinity Church!

Watch our welcome video to learn more about our community.  The video helps capture the spirit of Trinity.  Rev. Elizabeth and Rev. Mary, who are included in the film, have moved on to new ministries.  And so we are working on making a new film!  Until then, this will give you a good sense of the hopes and dreams we have for our community as we seek to follow Jesus in this time and place.

We are a community of seeking souls, rooted in our shared tradition and open to wherever the Spirit may be leading us.  We come together with different questions and varying needs, to explore, to serve and to celebrate together. Some of us grew up in church, and some of us have never been involved in church before we came to Trinity.   At Trinity, our invitation is to join us in community and spiritual practice.  Out of that belonging and practicing will come a sense of faith and commitment.  Some of us deeply embrace traditional Christian teaching, and some of us have serious questions about some of that teaching.  Yet, because belonging and practicing come first, we walk together, with a common commitment  to “strive for justice and peace” and to “respect the dignity of every human being.”  And, to engage together and individually in the on-going work of the soul.  We invite you to walk with us.

If you are interested in connecting with a member of the clergy, we invite you to fill out a visitor card

All are welcome at Trinity!
We strive to create a space that welcomes all who worship with us. We invite all people to be a part of our community: children and families, single adults, couples, and people of all backgrounds and racial and ethnic groups. Trinity is an Oasis congregation in the Diocese of California, which means we are intentionally welcoming of people who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender. Wherever you come from and whoever you are, you are welcome here.

Trinity has a variety of offerings to meet your spiritual needs. Please explore our website to learn more. Some helpful links are:

This Coming Sunday
Our Worship and Services
Adult Education
Children and Family Ministries
Youth Ministries

Here is a blog post by someone who found a spiritual home in The Episcopal Church.  You might appreciate his perspective.

To learn more about membership at Trinity please click here.

If you have questions, or want to know more, contact our clergy!

The Rev. Matthew Dutton-Gillet, Rector