- Welcome to Trinity
- Who We Are
- News and Events
Thanks for visiting us on the web. Trinity Episcopal Church, led by Father Nick Novak, is a church united in Christ and worshiping in the Anglican tradition in a variety of meaningful styles. We are a church inspired by the scriptures, a growing and vibrant spiritual influence, and a Spirit-filled community of prayer, love and healing. Trinity is a community that serves and supports all of God's people at all stages of life, welcomes diversity and disciples new members. Spiritual growth is encouraged through Bible study, Christian education, stewardship education, and servant hood.
Whether you are a casual visitor, looking for a spiritual home, or a member of Trinity, this website is for you. In this website you will find a wealth of information designed to answer a variety of questions. A great place to get started is with the Q&As below.
Trinity Episcopal Church has two services each Sunday: the 9:00 a.m. service is a traditional Eucharist service where children and adults take an active role in the ministries of worship. Children serve as acolytes, and adults of the congregation serve as lay readers, chalice bearers during communion, ushers, and greeters. The Trinity choir leads us in traditional hymns. Eleanor Albon directs our choir, and Mariesse Samuels and Eleanor Albon are our organists.
The 11:00 a.m. Celebration Eucharist is a contemporary music service. Lay people assist Father Nick and The Rev. Micki Rios at this service. They also serve as layreader and ushers.
There is also a Wednesday eveing healing service from 6:15 to 7:00 p.m. Prayers are offered for people when specifically asked. We do this because each person and situation is known to God, not as a problem to be solved, but as a focus for His acceptance and love.
|During the 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. services a special Children's Chapel is provided for children ages three through seven. Children begin services with their parents in the sanctuary. After the Prayer of the Day, children are led to the chapel area in the Christian Education room. Children's Chapel provides a more child-oriented opportunity for children to hear the Gospel, sing songs, and have an interactive sermon where they can discuss and ask questions. Children delight in hearing Bible stories, praying and singing in a service designed especially for them. They are reunited with their parents in the sanctuary in time for the Eucharist.|
Trinity Episcopal Church is located in Baytown, Texas on the corner of North Main and Cedar Bayou-Lynchburg. The entrance is from the Cedar Bayou-Lynchburg side. You will find us easily accessible no matter where you live. For maps and directions, click Here
What can I expect on my first visit?
From the minute you pull in the parking lot, you'll be made to feel at home. Our greeters are posed just inside the doors to welcome you and answer any questions you have.
You will find wonderful accommodations and programs for your children. Our Nursery, located just down the hall from the Gathering Room, offers a warm and caring environment for your precious ones from birth to five years old. Next door, children ages five - fifth grade will be inspired and amazed as they experience the Bible through storytelling, music, plays, puppet shows, and group interactions.
We sure do. If you're a Jr. High or High School student, Trinity is the place to be. Stormie Bryant leads this dynamic group that meets every Wednesday evening from 6:30 - 8:15. The youth enjoy a meal together, play games, put on skits, watch movies, and participate in an informal Bible study. On Sunday mornings, the youth group assists with Children's Chapel.
Actually, there is a lot planned! What you see at our new campus is the completion of Phase I and Phase II. We anticipate at least two additional phases of building. Phase II was completed with the building of additional Sunday school class rooms and a Parish Hall. Our history and our plans for the future can be found Here.