Trinity Messenger

June 10, 2024

We still need some hosts for COFFEE HOUR! Please sign up in the Upper Parish Hall.

Consider the SUMMER COFFEE HOUR in the courtyard! No hot coffee - just good weather, a card table, juice or iced tea, and some nibbles.


Katie Nicole Weiser wowed the crowd with

her talent and passion for song! Her AVE MARIA was amazing! It was an unforgettable evening...


Join in a discussion of the incredible book, “On the City of God Against the Pagans” by St. Augustine of Hippo.

Parishioners Ella, Greg and Bob will lead a discussion on this incredible work, commonly known as "The City of God." Don’t worry - they have all read it so you don’t have to!

Join us after Coffee Hour on Sundays now through July 14. Each week will have different "City of God" topics presented.

All are welcome!

Do YOU want to lead a

Formation Conversation?

We would love to hear from you!

Email Lydia at with your ideas and suggestions.

Wanted: Vestry At-Large Member

There is an opening for an At-Large Member on Trinity’s Vestry. The person stepping into this position would need to fill the role until the 2025 Annual Meeting (usually held in late January or early February) at which time they could decide whether or not to run for a full, three year term.

The Vestry is asking interested parties to contact Mother Carrie Combs at or the Parish Office.

Vestry members must be members of the Parish in Good Standing and be willing to attend the monthly meetings generally held on the third Wednesday of each month.

This is a great opportunity to “try on” whether you would be a good fit as a Vestry person!

Parishioner and Trinity historian Nancy Knowlton is now in Keystone Place in Torrington, and she would love to hear from friends. Her new phone is (860) 482-0331 and her address is: Keystone Place, 1058 Litchfield St., Torrington, CT 06780.

Feel free to reach out to her!

Trinity Church is once again hosting Torrington's Juneteenth celebration on Wednesday June 19 at 12:30pm, followed by a lunch with delicious food from the Torrington Community Soup Kitchen!

The celebration begins at 11am in Coe Park, as participants March to City Hall for the 11:15 flag raising and some words from the Juneteenth 2024 Mayor Rev. Kevin Johnson. Then the celebration moves to Trinity, with guest speakers, music, fashion (dress to impress!) and a short film.

All are welcome!

James Baldwin Film at Trinity Church

Join us Saturday June 29 at 1pm for a screening of a 2016 Oscar-nominated film that explores the ideas and words of James Baldwin. It will be followed by a discussion facilitated by Angaza Mwando and Conrad Sienkiewicz.

The screening is free but donations will be accepted. Popcorn will be available!

This event will be held at Trinity Episcopal Church at 220 Prospect Street in Torrington.

What a great way to wrap up Pride Month and celebrate Juneteenth, too!

For All Who are Affected by Cancer...

If you have an announcement or event that you would like publicized, or if you are a parishioner involved in an event that you would like to share with the parish, please send it to The Portal at, and we can then direct your announcement to the best method of communication.

Sunday Worship at Trinity is at 9am.

 Holy Eucharist Services are held on the first,

third and fourth Sunday of the month. 

On the second and fifth Sunday,

there is a Morning Prayer service.

If you miss a service but want to view it later,

be sure to visit our website at

and on the homepage, you can click the WATCH NOW button to review services (and sermons) from the last few weeks. You can view the entire service (the link brings you to BOXCAST) or you can choose to just listen to the sermon on the SERMONS page.

On this homepage, you can live-stream our 9am Sunday service by clicking the "Watch Now" button.

You can download the bulletin, too.

Also, under MINISTRIES you can click CONNECT/LEARN and you will find information about Sunday Formation and more!

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