Celebrates the relationships we have with each other. The most regular and visible sign of our life together may be the Coffee Hour. Other activities, such as St. Mary's Guild, Circle, First Sunday Breakfast, Sister's of Ruth and Altar Guild also provide avenues for fellowship.
Sunday after the 10 AM service there is a time of fellowship - coffee, conversation and a snack - in Cameron Hall (to the right of the ramp entrance.)
Note: Coffee Hour has been discontinued at this time due to Covid-19.
St. Mary's Guild
Also known as the Episcopal Church Women, provides all women at Holy Trinity Christian fellowship opportunities within the parish and throughout the Diocese. Meetings are usually held on the first Thursday at noon from September to May and include lunch and a lively discussion.
Thursdays at 10 AM join the circle of quilters, knitters, crocheters and more who fellowship, work on projects and learn from one another. You may bring a brown bag lunch which we enjoy about 12 PM.
Sister's of Ruth
Sisters of Ruth is a prayer ministry with a twist! They meet twice a year – in May and November – for a covered dish dinner. Between meetings, monthly cards are sent to one another, but members do not know the identity of their “sister” until the next gathering. This is a wonderful way to give and receive spiritual support and to learn what it means to be a sister in Christ.
The Altar Guild is composed of faithful workers who care for the vessels of the altar, the linens and vestments, the candles, flowers, and many other tasks that allow the congregation to enter each Sunday morning into the “beauty of holiness”. Altar Guild Members set up for and clean up after all liturgies. They are responsible for making sure everything in the sanctuary is polished and ready for worship.