Church groups and ministries
We'd love for you to get involved!
Would you like to be more a part of something? Consider joining one of our committees listed below. We rely on our volunteers; it is a great way to get involved in parish life and contribute to Holy Trinity. We'd love to have you!
Acolytes (volunteer in worship and help everything go smoothly): Susan Valdes-Dapena; firstname.lastname@example.org
Altar Guild (help with linens, vessels, and set up for worship): Alden Prouty; email@example.com
Choir & Music: Cleveland Kersh directs the 11:00 AM choir: firstname.lastname@example.org. Calvyn du Toit leads the 6:00 PM band and can be reached at email@example.com
Environmental Ministry (help to plan & organize Stewardship of Creation initiatives): firstname.lastname@example.org
Holy Trinity Neighborhood Center (lunch, dinner, shelter or other programs): www.htncnyc.org
Hospitality (help to plan and organize parish social events): Inez Lambert; email@example.com
Lay Readers (serve as readers in worship services): Yvonne O’Neal; Yvonne.firstname.lastname@example.org
Newcomers (plan events and help the church be more welcoming): Jim Synk; James.Synk@j2.com
Sunday School: Oluyemisi Ariyibi; email@example.com
Trinity Cares assists with such tasks as grocery shopping, dog walking, or escort to a doctor, or to church: Patsy Weille; firstname.lastname@example.org
Tours (serve as guides Sundays & Sacred Sites Weekend): Committee Chair; email@example.com
Ushers (volunteer to greet people at worship services and offer hospitality): Liz Poole; firstname.lastname@example.org
Yoga at Holy Trinity (offered in the church on Wednesday nights at 7 PM) Liz Poole: email@example.com
Youth Group Susan Valdes-Dapena; firstname.lastname@example.org
Young Adults at Holy Trinity (a community of people in their 20s and 30s): Eunice Ng and Sarah Montgomery: email@example.com
Our Link Parish
The Church of the Holy Trinity participates in a link parish with the Diocese of London and enjoys a close relationship with The Church of St. Stephen with St. John, Westminster. Parishioners visit back and forth, priests have preached in each other's pulpits, and the two parishes have written a Lenten devotional together. We pray for each other and continue to be open to ways God might strengthen us for mission and ministry.