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Welcome


Welcome to Trinity Episcopal Church, a warm and welcoming community of Christians seeking a deeper relationship with God through worship, education, and outreach. We believe that the Gospel provides us with a means of living our everyday lives in accord with God's will, and that our worship nourishes and strengthens us for this often challenging task. I hope you will take some time to explore our exciting ministries here on our web pages, and plan to visit us one Sunday morning. If you have any questions about Trinity, please give me a call at (830) 693-2822. I would be delighted to hear from you.

The Rev. David Sugeno, Rector

What to Expect at Trinity


Our Sunday services are at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Christian Formation classes for adults meet at 9:15. Here is a short Q&A session to help you know what a Sunday morning at Trinity is like. If you would like to know more, feel free to contact us.

What do people wear?

Hill Country casual. This includes everything from suits to jeans to shorts in summer.

Is there childcare?

Yes.  Trinity offers child care for all services and parish events.

Are there classes?

Trinity has a wide array of Christian formation and education offerings throughout the year.  Adult Christian Education is held almost every Sunday morning between services at 9:15 a.m.  Other offerings are held during the week, every week.   Classes are listed on the calendar.

Will I have to stand up and introduce myself?

No! At Trinity, you are a welcome and honored guest. You will not be singled out in an embarrassing way.

What is a service like?

The congregation participates by singing, praying, listening and worshiping. The Book of Common Prayer makes it possible for the congregation to share fully in every service. Worshipers are free to choose whether to stand or kneel (or sit!) during prayers. All are welcome to receive the Holy Eucharist.

What does your worship space look like?

Our beautiful sanctuary is built in Texas Hill Country style: with lots of light and a full wall of windows looking out on God's creation. Move-able, padded chairs take the place of more traditional pews.

April 2017

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
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  • Holy Eucharist Rite I
  • Adult Christian Education
  • Holy Eucharist Rite II
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  • EfM
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  • Women's AA
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  • Men's Bible Study
  • Book Study
  • Choir practice
  • Lenten Soup + Speaker
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  • Liturgy of the Palms-Rite I
  • Adult Christian Education
  • Liturgy of the Palms-Rite II
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  • EfM
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  • Women's AA
12
  • Men's Bible Study
13
  • A&M Mothers
  • Choir Practice
  • Adult GED
  • Maundy Thursday & Stripping of the Altar
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  • Good Friday Liturgy
  • Main Street Stations of the Cross
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  • FOOD PANTRY SUNDAY
  • Holy Eucharist Rite I
  • Adult Christian Education
  • Holy Eucharist Rite II & Flowering of the Cross
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  • EfM
  • Vestry Meeting
  • Trinity Vestry meeting
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  • Women's AA
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  • Men's Bible Study
  • Book Study
  • Choir practice
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  • Parenting Classes
  • Adult GED
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  • Holy Eucharist Rite I
  • Adult Christian Education
  • Holy Eucharist Rite II
  • Gateway Ministry
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  • EfM
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  • Women's AA
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  • Men's Bible Study
  • Choir practice
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  • Parenting Classes
  • Adult GED
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  • Picnic in the Park
  • Holy Eucharist Rite I
  • Parish Picnic in Johnson Park
  • Clairmont Ministry