Sacraments & Rites

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Just as in the Bible God always is willing to go with God’s people when they cross thresholds, so God always is willing to go with us when we cross thresholds. At Trinity Parish, we offer rites to welcome the birth of a newborn, to celebrate marriage, to help lay down a burden of guilt, to pray for those who are ill, and to commit to God those who have died.  

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Thanksgiving for a Child

After the birth of a child, or after receiving a child by adoption, Trinity Parish invites parents and members of the family to come to the church and, with the gathered congregation, to give thanks to Almighty God. To schedule a time for this brief but beautiful rite, please contact the parish office.

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Book of Common Prayer open to rite of Baptism


The journey to return to God is too long, too difficult, to do on our own. We need help. The covenant we enter into at Baptism affords us that help through the accountability and support of a community. Here, in the gathering of the Church and the baptismal vows we make, God offers us guidance, nurture and sustenance.

To speak further about Baptism, please contact Fr. Todd Miller.

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Confirmation is the mature, adult affirmation of faith and commitment to the responsibilities of Baptism, an affirmation made before the bishop, from whom candidates receive the laying on of hands. For more information about Confirmation at Trinity, please contact Fr. Todd Miller.

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Holy Matrimony

We at Trinity Parish love a wedding! And we have a beautiful space for it. To learn more about Holy Matrimony at Trinity Parish, please contact the parish office.

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The death of one we love is a challenging time in our journey. When a loved one dies Jesus, whom the scriptures tell us wept at the grave of his friend Lazarus, stands ready to comfort. And the Church stands ready to proclaim Jesus' victory over death. Should you wish to bury a loved one from Trinity Parish, please contact Fr. Todd Miller.

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The Reconciliation of a Penitent—commonly called “Confession”—is a powerful sacrament, assuring us of God's grace and pardon, and helping us lay aside the weight that hinders us. To schedule a time for the sacrament of Reconciliation, please contact us.

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Unction is the rite of anointing the sick with oil, or the laying on of hands, by which God's grace is given for the healing of spirit, mind, and body. To schedule a time for Unction, please contact us.

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