have heard of visitors receiving a chilly reception at Episcopal churches, but
that's definitely NOT the case at Trinity! Our
founding families wanted Trinity to be a church for everyone, where everyone was
welcome, and we've never
We're diverse and inclusive, and we welcome
everyone, regardless of who you are or where you are on your personal journey --
whether it's at the very beginning, or a bit farther on, or perhaps taking a step or two
back and reconsidering. We offer
companionship and community along the Way. In fact, our official motto is:
Offering Companionship Along The Way.
On this page you'll find links to other parts
of our website where there's information we hope will answer some of the questions
that might occur to you before the first time you visit us at
Trinity Lime Rock, especially if it's for a worship service.
But first, a question: Are you already a practicing
Episcopalian? Then, click
here for our "expert mode" page.
In the interests of energy conservation and the comfort of
worshipers seated in the back of the church, during the coldest winter
months (usually January and February) the church doors under the steeple are kept closed.
Please enter via the red doors in Walker Hall during that time.
Someone will direct you to the sanctuary.
Here's a link
to a video that will help you orient yourself.
If you've got a question about Trinity
that's not answered here, please send an e-mail to the Trinity Webmaster.