Sunday School

Sunday School at Trinity Episcopal Church takes place during the first half of the service from 9:00 – 9:40.  Children arrive, are greeted and may have a treat.  They then listen to and talk about the sermon or story and then are invited to participate in an activity or art and craft then the children join their families for the “Kiss of Peace” and Communion part of the service. Bible stories, crafts, and activities designed to teach what it means to be a member of Trinity.  Sunday school is multi-age, from pre-schoolers through 5th grade.

Cher Chapman is the leader, and she is always looking for co-teachers! Contact her at if you are interested.

Sunday School

Women of Trinity

All women attendees are members of the WOMEN OF TRINITY.  Our organization builds revenues and run the Thrift Shop to offer important outreach services to our community.  Thrift Shop income is used for many different needs with in our congregation as well as outside of Trinity Church.


  • Methodist Soup Kitchen
  • Samaritan Center
  • Keys of Hope
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Red Cross
  • Head Start
  • St. Margaret’s House
  • Community Children’s Choir
  • Fair Share to the Episcopal Church Women (state side and international charities)


  • Christmas baskets
  • Christmas flowers for shut-ins
  • Staff Christmas bonus
  • Trinity Food Pantry
  • Our own Flower Fund
  • Camp Mack scholarships
  • Funeral Luncheons
  • Trinity Children Choir

Other fundraisers include the summer Bake Sale and the Christmas Tea.   Participating is fun and the reap is so very worthy.

We try to meet 3 times a year to formalize our business agenda and then add several social get togethers for dinner and have called this activity Ann’s Night Out.  Please contact any woman at Trinity and ask how you can support our various ministries within the Women of Trinity organization.

Women of Trinity

Youth and Adult Formation

Trinity Episcopal Church offers Christian/Episcopal formation opportunities for youth and adults alike.  The Youth Confirming Faith program is designed for youth exploring confirmation in the Episcopal tradition, while learning about the history, values, beliefs, and practices of the church.  Contact the church office  if you are interested in being confirmed or received, or have a teenager interested in the same.

The Adults Confirming Faith program is for adults seeking to deepen their religious understanding and practice, while also learning about the Episcopal tradtion.  All adults are welcome to participate in these sessions.  Contact Trinity Episcopal Church office for details or check the event calendar on this site for current events.

Youth and Adult Formation

Men’s Fellowship Ministry

The purpose of the mens group is to build fellowship and increase faith through sharing and support of the men in the parish.  Some activities include Thursday night out for dinner and fellowship at restaurants decided by the men each month and announced in church . Other events will be chosen by the men and reminders sent by e-mail and announced in church.  If you are interested in becoming involved with the mens fellowship and added to the email list please contact person Phillip Coffey through the church office.

Men's Fellowship

Prayer Chain Ministry

The prayer chain is currently a group of ten people who have committed to pray daily for many aspects of our church including: clergy and lay leadership, ministry within the church, and outreach efforts/ministries of Trinity. We also pray for people and concerns shared with us by parish members. Many requests that come through the prayer chain are confidential and these will stay that way.  Any new requests to the prayer chain we will be following up to see if it is okay to offer first names on Sunday. We are still getting organized but we anticipate some defined number of weeks a name will remain on the prayer list and then roll off, unless we are notified of a reason to add them again or some agreed amount of time.

We offer prayers on a regular on-going basis for those individuals that are homebound and those serving in the military.

Please let us know if you have questions or want to share a concern we can pray for.

Phone: 405-747-5123

Or contact the Church Office.

Prayer Request Form

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