Children are not the future of the Church, they
ARE the Church.
We worship in a classic Christian style influenced by ancient rituals that speak to today’s world. Services are held daily (except Saturday). (Click HERE.)
Trinity has long supported social justice issues and maintains a food pantry and hot lunch program for neighbors in need. (Click HERE.)
We believe God created us for the enjoyment of each other’s fellowship and continual spiritual growth in a Christ-centered community. At Trinity, there is a place for you to connect with God and neighbor. (Click HERE.)
We’re glad you’re visiting Trinity Church in the Central West End’s website, and we’d be even happier if you’d come visit us in person. At Trinity, you’ll find a community that worships God in a classic Christian style, makes a difference in the world through acts of service and justice, and grows into a deeper relationship with God and neighbor. No matter who you are, you’re invited to stop by anytime and experience for yourself the love of Christ practiced at Trinity Church.
Do you know about the Pilgrimage
of Trust? Are you aware of the Taizé
brothers’ unique charism of ecumenism and
reconciliation that promotes an authentic
encounter of others, especially those who are
On Memorial Day weekend the Taizé brothers will host a Pilgrimage of Trust in St. Louis to invite people in our city and our region to cross borders in order to share together in simplicity, to pray together, and to become people of trust and solidarity.
In preparation for the Pilgrimage, various faith communities in the St. Louis area are hosting evenings of prayer and conversation. Trinity is blessed to host Brothers Emile and John of the Taizé Community for one of these evenings. Please join us in welcoming the brothers and praying in song and silence with them on Sunday, April 2nd, from 7-9 pm. All are invited to this event, as we build trust by listening for God and for one another. The Brothers will also give us the latest updates about the Pilgrimage of Trust, and will offer opportunities for Trinitarians to participate and to host young people who will attend the pilgrimage from out of town.
For more information about the Pilgrimage of Trust, or to register: www.pilgrimageoftruststl.com. If you'd like to volunteer to host pilgrims, please contact Christy Croxall at 215.528.3037.
Jesus summed it up best when he said, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the greatest and first commandment. And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.”
This is what we believe at Trinity, the rest is details.
The Rev. Jon Stratton, Rector
314-361-4655, Ext. 3
The Rev. Harry Leip, Deacon
314-361-4655, Ext. 4
Bill Ader, Parish Administrator
314-361-4655, Ext. 5
Jeff Nall, Choirmaster and Organist
314-361-4655, Ext. 8
Sunni Hutton, Church School Director
Barbi Click, Food Ministry Manager
314-361-4655, Ext. 6
Edward Brefford, Sexton
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