Upcoming Trinity Events

Adult Inquirers' Class  


Mondays, August 22 through October

6:30 - 8:00 PM


If you are interested in Confirmation, new to Trinity, curious about the Episcopal Church, or in need of a post-Covid refresher on the Episcopal Church, you are welcome to be part of Adult Inquirers' Class.


Adult Inquirers will begin August 22 and will meet Mondays from 6:30 – 8:00 PM through October. For those who desire Confirmation or Reception into the Episcopal Church, the class serves as preparation for those rites when Bishop Sam visits on October 30.


Childcare will be available


This class always proves to be fun and informative, so consider taking part! For more information, contact the Parish Administrator.

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Blessing of the Animals  




Bring your pet (properly restrained) to the annual Blessing of the Animals.  We'll remember St. Francis of Assisi and give thanks for these creatures of God.

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Carolina Brass Quintet  


Sunday, October 9

3:00 PM


Trinity Episcopal Church in Statesville is excited to share The Carolina Brass Quintet with the community. “Shiny Brass and Shining Joy” will mark this special event on Sunday, October 9, as a time of coming together and remembering how we have all been affected in personal ways by COVID and the effects of the pandemic. Trinity Episcopal also wants to mark this as a time of coming together in hope. The event is gratis, but donations are welcomed.

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The Carolina Brass Quintet was founded by Bill Lawing, DMA, recently retired holder of the Estes Millner Professor of Music at Davidson College. Professor Lawing has had a distinguished career as a solo, chamber, and symphonic musician. His accolades are numerous. His concerts have ben held across Europe, as well as China and Hong Kong. He has performed under the baton of Loren Maazel, Zubin Meta, and Aaron Copeland, and he has performed symphonic concerts with Ella Fitzgerald, Benny Goodman, Sarah Vaughan, Johnny Mathis, Bela Fleck, and the Kruger Brothers, among others.


Accompanying quintet members are Alex Wilbron, trumpet; Byron Johns, horn; John Bartlett, trombone; and Beth Wiese, tuba. These musicians excel in their respective musical careers as well.    

If you would like to remember a loved one who died during the time of COVID, whether from the virus or not, please consider being a sponsor of this concert. For your gift ($15 is the suggested minimum), we will print the name of your loved one and your name as sponsor in the concert program. One need not belong to Trinity to become a sponsor.  Sponsorships are due by October 3.

Annual Can-Do Food Drive  


Through November 6, with delivery to Iredell Christian Ministries after the 10:30 service.


Let's fill the alcove in the Narthex! Donations last year netted 1,893 lbs. Do you think we CAN find more this year? 


Please bring non-perishable food items to leave in the Narthex. If you would prefer to make a monetary donation, drop it by the church office at your convenience during the week, mail it to the church, or click here to donate online. 


Checks should be made payable to Trinity Episcopal Church with "ICM" noted  on the memo line.


Thank you!

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To benefit
Iredell Christian Ministries

Arts & Spirituality Group  


Selected Friday Evenings


Trinity’s Arts & Spirituality Group meets on selected Friday evenings for dinner, discussion, and art-related activities.  We would love for you to join us—and please consider sharing an art interest with us (visual, narrative, music, movement, and ?!).  Contact Jenneffer Sixkiller, Ellyn Mullis, or the Parish Administrator for more information, and check the Sunday bulletin or weekly email for details about upcoming meetings.

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