Our Mission Statement
Trinity Church is God's Episcopal people in Athens. With God's love and with the direction of the Holy Spirit our mission is to involve everyone in worship, outreach, study and prayer. Empowered by God's grace, we strive to foster a caring Christian community which supports us in our Baptismal vows: To seek and serve Christ in all people.
Day of Pentecost, May 19th
Trinity Sunday, May 26th
Episcopal Church is part of the Anglican
Communion, a global community of 70 million Anglicans in
31 self-governing churches, 500 dioceses, 30,000 parishes, 64,000
congregations in 164 countries. The
Archbishop of Canterbury is Bishop Justin Welby, whose public
ministry began on March 21, 2013. The Episcopal seat
is at Canterbury Cathedral.
The Episcopal Diocese of Bethlehem is a community of 68 congregations in 14 counties of eastern and northeastern Pennsylvania. The Bishop is The Right Reverend Paul V. Marshall, Bethlehem. The Assisting Bishop is The Right Rev. John P. Croneberger. The Episcopal seat is Cathedral Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
To learn more about the Episcopal Church, visit the ECUSA Web Site.
Trinity Parish Picnic on Sunday, September 9th,
at the Gerharts' in the beautiful Endless Mountains.
At long last, Trinity has new front doors and the tracery over
the doors has been redone. The original wood framing will be
refinished this spring to match. We think they're wonderful!
Church - 703 S. Main Street - Athens, PA 18810
Vestry of Trinity Church
Trinity Episcopal Church