Volunteers are members of regularly rotating groups responsible for the different tasks. The number of volunteers determines how many oftens during the year each person will serve. Currently, the volunteers ususally are responsible for approximately eight to twelve weeks each year.
A Eucharistic Minister is a lay person authorized to administer the consecrated elements at a celebration of Holy Eucharist when an adequate number of clergy is not present. A Eucharistic Minister acts under the direction of a Deacon, or under the Member of the Clergy who oversees the congregation or community of faith.
Participants must be licensed by the bishop there are some specific requirements. Contact the office if you are interested.
A Eucharistic Visitor is a lay person authorized to take the Consecrated Elements in a timely manner following a Celebration of Holy Eucharist to members of the congregation who, by reason of illness or infirmity, were unable to be present at the Celebration.
A Eucharistic Visitor should normally act under the direction of a Deacon, if any, or otherwise, the Member of the Clergy. Contact the office if you are interested.
The Altar Guild is an essential and sacred ministry, preparing all that is needed to set the table for the sacrament of Eucharist. The Altar Guild cares for the items that grace the altar – candles, linens, chalices, bread plates – before and after services.
The time required to setup the altar before service is approximately one hour (this includes changing the hangings if necessary). The clearing of the altar after service is approximately 30 minutes.
The Worship Readers/Intercessors are responsible for helping to illuminate the Scriptures for our comminity by reading the lessons and leading the Prayers of the People.
Adorning the altar with beautiful flowers and enriching the worship experience is a special form of reverence.
The Altar Flower Ministry is responsible for creating distinctive floral displays for special feast days and other occasions and services as needed. This ministry was graciously coordinated by Betty Jones for many years. Jane Perry is the current ccordinator.
For a cost of $40, one may dedicate the altar flowers in memory of, or thankinsgiving for, a loved one or ones: to mark a special occasion or anniversary; or dedicate the flowers to the glory of God -- no occasion necessary!
Dedications can be provided to the Trinity Office via email or phone and will be printed in the Sunday bulletin and remembered in the Prayers of the People.
For futher details, or in you're interested in helping with the minirty, please contact Jane Perry.
Ushers offer a warm and friendly welcome at the door and provide worship bulletins as people arrive.
During the service, Ushers assist with seating, collect the offering, and manage the flow of people during Communion.
After the service, ushers invite newcomers to sign the Guest Book and to Fellowship Hour, where they can meet the clergy and other parishioners.
For more information, please refer to the Usher Responsibilities List.
The Tech Team provides technical support for the audio/visual system in the sanctuary. Memebrs of the Tech Team will be trained to operate and monitor sound and video equipment to insure optimal level for online boradcasting at Sunday services and other parish events.
In addition, the Tech Team maintains the website, curates content, and ensures that the Hearing Assist Sytem is operational.