Welcome to Trinity Episcopal Church

   "We invite you to share in loving Jesus Christ and serving our community"    

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With the people of Trinity Church, you have opportunities to:
  • Do a variety of ministries in the community
  • Learn and teach in our Sunday School/Christian Formation programs
  • Meet other people like yourself—and entirely unlike yourself—nurture and be nurtured, ask questions, explore the life of faith
  • And worship in a tradition both rooted in the Biblical world and moving forward in the 21st Century.

At Trinity Church, you can find people who have values consistent with our mission statement. We are on a constant path, deepening our Faith in Jesus Christ.

Our Compassion is expressed in respect for human dignity and spirit; and our work reflects our dedication to helping others in our Community and the larger world.

If you are looking for a place to make a difference, to share your gifts, and to find food for your spiritual journey, Trinity Episcopal Church is your new home. Come and see.

Our coffee, tea and hot chocolate are tasty too!

 


Click on "Upcoming Events" for our HOLY WEEK & EASTER SCHEDULE.

  


 Worship Services                   

  • 8:00 am and 10:15 am Sunday
  • 6:30 pm Wednesday

Christian Education/Formation (for all ages)

  • 9:00 am Sunday (September thru May)
  • 10:00 am Wednesday Bible Study


Directions to Trinity - St. Charles, MO

From MO 94 and I—70 (1st Capital Drive)

  • Follow highway I-70 until you reach the First Capitol Drive (MO-94) exit.
  • Exit on First Capitol Drive and go right towards St. Charles.
  • Turn left on West Clay.
  • Drive past the Lindenwood Performing Art Center, on the right, to the stoplight across from Walgreens.
  • Turn right onto Droste Road and at the next stoplight turn right onto S. Duchesne.
  • Trinity Episcopal Church is on the right. 
     

          Our Mission Statement

     FAITH. COMPASSION. COMMUNITY.

"Through our Faith, teachings and work, Trinity is focused on making Jesus Christ a living and tangible part of people’s lives."