Whatever draws you to the corner of 22nd and Spruce you will find a place where you can encounter God as you walk through the doors of the nursery school to find children bustling about, to sit in the worship hall for respite or prayer, or simply to inquire about the volunteer opportunities.
If you were brought up in a church tradition and have just moved into the neighborhood, you are welcome. If you are not quite sure what you believe but think God has been calling your heart, you are welcome. If the journey has been difficult lately, we are here for refreshment or solace. If you are looking for a place to stop in to give thanks, we are a sacred space in the middle of a bustling neighborhood.
Built as a chapel for “the servants”, we do not forget that Jesus called us all to be servants to one another. From the outside our building says, “historical”; once inside you will see a space that serves many purposes from worship to fundraising, from concerts to Thanksgiving meals, from nursery school to homeless shelter.
Services on Sunday mornings engage all the senses with candles wafting prayers laden with cares, a variety of musical genres, all ages participating in a setting of the awesomeness of dark wood, fresco angels and stained glass in a big, bright, open space. We gather in circular fashion around the common Table of One Bread and Cup as we come for solace and strength, for pardon and renewal.
Warm handshakes, wide smiles, visitor-detailed worship guides, and hearts ready to encounter and worship God in the Episcopal Tradition and more. Our façade may be imposing but our welcome will knock your socks off!
Trinity Memorial Church is a member of a unique organizational structure called Trinity at 22nd, which also includes Trinity Center for Urban Life, Community OutReach Partnership and Trinity Play Group.
Visit us any time. Shalom+
Donna Maree, Rector and Pastor