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  Since 1893 Trinity has provided a spiritual home for countless seekers in the heart ofHouston.  Over the years, as our neighborhood and city have changed, we’ve evolved too, and responded to the needs of a challenging urban context.  Today we are an interesting assortment of creative folk, who represent the eclectic nature and boundless energy of our vibrant cosmopolitan home.  We are an open, inclusive community and welcome others to join us on the spiritual path.  We value such things as beauty and diversity, which you’ll find reflected in our art, architecture, and music, and also in our commitment to outreach and service to those in need.  We strive to be faithful to our call to reconcile all people to God and to each other.  Our hope is that Trinity Church h\can be a refreshing oasis of calm, peace, and understanding amidst the chaos of city life.

Our historic neo-gothic church building was designed by renowned architect Ralph Adams Cram, assisted by William Ward Watkin, and was completed in 1919.  The lovely Morrow Chapel was renovated in 2002 and features world-class stained glass, artwork, and liturgical furnishings by such artists as Kim Clark Renteria, Kermit Oliver, Troy Woods, Shazia Sikander, and Selven O’Keef Jarmon.  Our Sunday worship services combine the serenity of these sacred spaces with the joyful exuberance of a lively fellowship.  Our 8:00 a.m. Early Service (Morrow Chapel) is a traditional communion service with meditative piano improvisations.  Our 10:30 a.m. Main Service (Historic Church) is a glorious high mass with organ and choir.  Our 12:30 p.m. Late Service (Morrow Chapel) features a broad spectrum of upbeat music and readings from the New Zealand Prayer Book.  Please know that you would be most welcomed at any of these services.

At Trinity Church, there is something for everyone: ministries for all ages, varied opportunities for spiritual growth, and countless programs in which to reach out in love and service to others.  Throughout the year many special events take place at Trinity including the Animal Blessing in October and the Jazz Festival in February.  There are also occasional Sunday evening concerts and special services such as Choral Evensong, sung Compline, or worship in the Taize tradition.  Whatever you are looking for, we hope you will find it at Trinity.  We would love to welcome you as part of our church family.

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