Interim Priest:Rev. Paul J. Carling Ph.D Parish Administrator: Sharon Buzzeo Director of Music: Jeff Stokley Church School Director/Youth Ministry: Brenda Stapleton Sexton: Michael Stapleton
Each Episcopal Church has a governing body of lay-persons called a Vestry. They work together with the Priest in the planning and implemention of the work of God in the church.
Our Vestry members and Officers are: Senior Warden: Simon Howes, Junior Warden: Nancy Wilson, Treasurer: Sam Sutter, Clerk: Robert Pitzschler
Vestry Members are: William DeFranco (20), David Ginter (19), Lurena Hoinacki (18), Judy Ingerman (20), Patti Kay (20), Colleen Linane (20), Peter Myer (18), Candice Myers (19)
Acolytes: Ages 3rd grade to 100!! Our Acolytes serve on the altar at the 9:00am service, and special occasions. They serve in many ways such as a book bearer, crucifer, torch bearer or server.
Altar Flowers: Flowers are given in memory of loved ones or in thanksgiving at Sunday services. A sign-up sheet is provided on the bulletin board.
Altar Guild: The members of the Altar Guild prepare the altar for our services of Holy Eucharist. They do many tasks to assure that all things needed to celebrate the Holy Eucharist are provided. If interested in volunteering please see Martha Fernald.
Bell Choir: We are blessed to have 50 hand bells. If you are interested, see our Choir Director, Jeff Stokley.
Christian Education: Help to give our children a sound Christian foundation. Please see the sign-up sheet on the bulletin board to assist with church school classes.
Coffee Hour: Immediately after our 9am service, it is a time to talk and share our lives with fellow parishioners. Volunteer to brew the coffee and bring the snack.
Community Supper: Volunteers from Trinity go to St. John's Episcopal Church in Bridgeport every fourth Tuesday of the month, and help serve the meal. Approximately 100 people are served. We serve from 5:00 to 6:00pm. For more specific information, please call the parish office.
Covenant to Care: We belong to the "Adopt a Social Worker Program". We work with her to assist children in neighboring communities in various ways, for example, we provide school supplies, gifts at Christmas, etc.
Lay Eucharist Ministers (LEMS): Bring the Eucharist to those in the hospital or those who are unable to attend regular services. Shut-in's receive communion once per month.
Layreaders: Volunteers who read the 1st and 2nd lessons and sometimes the Prayers of the People at the 9:00am service.
Ministers of Communion: Assist the priest in the service of Holy Eucharist at the 9:00am service.