Get Involved

We exemplify the Lord when we are engaged in service.  Each of us has been equipped with talents and ways to share God's love.  We invite you to become more deeply involved in the Trinity community through connectional service.  

  • In the Garden

    Volunteers help to create a nurturing atmosphere and gather with members of the community around a meal, served every Sunday at 1pm in the Undercroft. Those serving can participate by providing food and/or serving and providing hospitality. For more information on available dates, contact Lori.  

  • Hospitality & Greeters

    Hospitality to all who enter Trinity Church is core to communicating Christ's love. Hospitality and Greeters welcome those that are new, demonstrate radical hospitality, and ensure connectivity to the extent it is desired by parishioners. Greeters help those who are new to feel welcomed and gain a deeper understanding of of the liturgy and answer questions. To get involved, contact Debby Fortkamp.

  • Lector

    Speaking the Scripture during the service is more than just reading words off the page. It is delivering a message from our sacred text, the Bible, in a way that allows the listener to absorb a deeper meaning and context. To get involved as a lector, contact Rev. Jed

  • Acolyte

    Acolytes assist in the service by carrying the processional cross, lighting candles, holding the Gospel book and in other ways to help the priest or deacon during the service. If you are interested in this ministry, contact Rev. Jed

  • Altar Guild

    Preparing the altar to is an important component of worship. The sacred space follows the themes and colors of the liturgical calendar and helps create connections between the scriptures, prayers, sermons, music and all other aspects of worship. Creative individuals who seek to faithfully prepare God's table are great for this role. Contact Rhoda if you are interested.  

  • St. Margaret's Guild

    We seek to pray for and support one another on our faith journeys and know that in serving one another, we are serving God. The St. Margaret's Guild diligently reaches out to those who are ill, shut-in or in need of prayer and encouragement. For more information, contact Mary.