Trinity Parish Organizations
Trinity Parish Music
We have a wonderful Director of Music, John Maerhofer, who returned to Trinity Parish in January moving back to the area from Ohio. Once we are cleared to return to church and singing, he will continue the choir and chimes.
The Chime group is open to all interested - no prior musical training required. The group performs during services and on special occasions.
Trinity Church has a choir. The choir performs for special services. Anyone is welcomed to join the choir.
Trinity Church School
Classes are not currently being offered. However, if we have a need, we will be glad to start them back up. Contact Liz Swann to request more information.
St. Albans Guild (Trinity Church) and St. Agnes Guild (Oldfields Chapel)
These are the women's guilds for each church. They coordinate parish functions and special events at the halls. They are also responsible for several fund raisers throughout the year including card parties, dinners, etc. Membership is open to all women of the
The members of the Altar Guild at each church are responsible for maintaining the sanctuary. The members change the hangings as the church seasons change, arrange the flowers and decorate the churches for
the holiday seasons. They also coordinate preparations for services including weddings, funerals and special events.
Lay Eucharistic Ministers and Lectors
Trinity Parish has several active Lay Eucharistic Ministers which are licensed by the Diocese of Washington to administer the eucharist during church services or for parishioners in their homes or during hospital visits.
Lectors read the scripture reading during the services. Anyone is welcomed to participate as a lector.