Pastoral Care

go One of the ways we share the love of Christ is through ministry to those members of our community who are in particular need. The following lay ministries equip and enable us to care for one another as we ourselves would like to be cared for.
  • Lay Eucharistic Visitors (LEVs)

    source site The sacrament of Eucharist is a very important part of Episcopal spirituality and theology. For those who are ill or infirm and thus unable to come to church, LEVs will bring Eucharist to the home, nursing home, or hospital. LEVs make Eucharistic visits on the first and third Sundays of each month, following the 10:30 worship service from which they are commissioned.

  • Agape Guild

    source site The Agape Guild is a subgroup of the Daughters of the King that faithfully brings a meal to the home of the bereaved family of a Trinity member.

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  • Flower Guild Each Sunday, a beautiful arrangement of flowers graces the altar of our church. Following the 10:30 worship service, members of the Flower Guild disassemble the arrangement, creating several smaller arrangements in recyclable containers. These arrangements are then delivered to Trinity members who are in the hospital or nursing home, or who have experienced a major life event in the previous week, such as the birth of a child, a bereavement, an illness or surgery, an important anniversary or a birthday.

  • Prayer Requests

    оформление карты предприятия Trinity maintains a prayer list containing names of those in need of particular prayer. It is published each Sunday in our service bulletin so that members may pray during the week for those listed. Requests for prayer are submitted by completing a prayer request sheet (found in the church narthex) on Sunday or by calling the church office 903-753-3366 or by e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. It is expected that prior permission has been obtained from the person before their name is submitted for publication on our list.