Who we are

One of our great joys at Trinity Church is welcoming new people into our congregation. Although we come from different walks of life and from different religious backgrounds, what we have in common is a deep desire to grow spiritually and to live and grow together in a Christian community.


Drawing from the Tri-Town community on the North Shore in Massachusetts (Middleton, Boxford, and Topsfield) and the surrounding area, we welcome seekers and committed Christians, wherever you may be on your spiritual journey. Together we have found a way of being Christian that is open to our varied experiences and still rooted in the history and tradition of the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion.


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What we do

Worship, fellowship, Christian education, and outreach activities within the community are all a part of the ministries at Trinity Church. As individuals and as a congregation, we engage in mission and outreach within the local and surrounding community, and throughout world. 


Some of our many outreach activities include feeding the hungry at LifeBridge in Salem, MA and active participation and support for the Community Giving Tree, African Team Ministries, Esperanza Academy, The Top Cupboard Food Pantry, and many other organizations in need of help and support.


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How we worship

We follow the traditional Episcopal Holy Eucharist through song, prayer, Gospel readings, sermons, communion, and fellowship, with coffee hour following each service.


Normal Service Times (Pre-Pandemic):

Sundays 8 am - Holy Eucharist with no choir

Sundays 10 am - Holy Eucharist with choir and youth education


How we Worship Now (During the Pandemic):

Sundays 9 am - Holy Eucharist with socially distanced choir; no communal singing of worshipers; no coffee hour.


As of Sunday, October 25, 2020, Trinity parishioners and visitors are gathering in person inside the Sanctuary. Please keep in mind that this may change if COVID numbers rise in Essex County as we move through the fall into winter. (Due to social distancing rules, a total of 25 attendees can be accommodated inside Trinity's Sanctuary at this time; an additional 15 worshipers can be accommodated in the Parish Hall to view the service remotely.) If worshipers prefer, they may drive to the church parking lot and stay in their cars to listen to the worship service on their car radios OR worshipers may remain in the comfort of their own homes and tune into the service via Zoom. 

 

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