Love your neighbor as yourself.
All are welcome.
We are a diverse congregation worshipping in the Episcopal tradition. In this time of COVID-19, we continue to offer online formation for all ages.
Clergy staff and vestry support faith development through deep spiritual nourishment, and through our ministries which serve the Trinity community, Fredericksburg and beyond. Programs such as Micah Ecumenical Ministries, which helps meet the needs of the homeless in our community, was founded at Trinity.
To put it quite simply, we invite you to come and see what's possible when people gather to express God's love for the world.
The Rev. Cynthia McKenna
The Rev. Ethan Lowery
Campus and Young Adult Missioner
Sylvia "Sam" Burton
Director of Christian Education
William "BJ" Jarvis
Cafe Trinity Manager
Director of Communications
Sven Rundman - Senior Warden firstname.lastname@example.org
David Stokes - Junior Warden email@example.com
Brenda Chase - Registar firstname.lastname@example.org
Val Folden - Treasurer email@example.com
Chris Brantley firstname.lastname@example.org
Randall Clingenpeel email@example.com
Harry Dickinson firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Harrison email@example.com
Prudence Jarvis firstname.lastname@example.org
John Murray email@example.com
Leticia Thomas firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol Walker email@example.com
Our mission is to share Christ's love and grace in a vibrant community whose joyful spirit empowers people to do God's work.
To love and serve one another so we may love and serve God's world.
The original congregation of Trinity Episcopal Church began with thirty-six communicants. The Reverend Edmund C. Murdaugh was our first Rector.
The "original thirty-six" built what is now considered the "old" Trinity, located at the corner of Hanover and Prince Edward Streets. We had our first service on Christmas Day, 1881.
The doors of “new” Trinity, at its present location of William Street and College Avenue, opened for services in September. The altar, and many of the furnishings from the original Trinity, were incorporated into the new building.
The Jamison Hall addition was completed to provide additional classroom space.
Want to know about the Episcopal Church?
What do Episcopalians believe and what is the "Jesus Movement"? The Episcopal Church is a great place to start.
Trinity is part of The Diocese of Virginia and the Fredericksburg region. Learn more about what we are doing in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Learn more about The Anglican Communion and how Trinity fits in.