- Acolyte: Acolytes are young people in grades 7 and higher who also take part in the service. We had our first girl acolyte in 1972. And there's no age discrimination here at Trinity - we have our very own senior citizen acolyte at the 8:00 service.
- Altar Guild: Working quietly behind the scenes to keep the altar, vessels, vestments, etc. in top shape are the Altar Guild, a group that puts many hours into their work to ensure that the church is always ready for scheduled services, weddings, funerals, and baptisms. They also make sure flowers are enjoyed long after being on the altar, delivering them after the service to shut-ins and to those who are ill.
- Chalice Bearers: Chalice Bearers assist in the Eucharistic Celebration. Please consider volunteering as a chalice bearer/server for the 8:00 or 9:30 AM services. Qualifications - must he a baptized Christian, regularly participate in weekly worship & parish activities, & pledge to the financial support of this parish's mission & ministry. Training by the Rector and attending a diocesan training the next time it is offered are required. If interested please email or call Linda Alves.
- Music Ministries: Music at Trinity Church is held in high esteem. In fact, it is viewed as a ministry. It brings worshipers into relationship with God and helps them express their adoration of and prayers to Him. To this end, instruments and voices sound forth in our devotion and praise. We strive for excellence. Only our best if good enough. One can't participate in our services without noticing, or hearing for that matter, the key role our Choir plays in adding joy and spirit to our weekly worship. They've grown so over the years, that they now sit on both sides of the altar! The Choir practices following the Sunday service. Together they enjoy not just making beautiful music, but the bond of friendship in serving our Lord.
- Lay Eucharistic Visitor: Our Lay Eucharistic Visitors are members of the parish who deliver the Eucharist to the sick and shut-ins of the parish. Lay Eucharistic Visitors are trained and licensed through the diocese particularly for this ministry. They provide a special service to those who otherwise would not be able to receive the Eucharist. Additionally, they provide that important one-on-one contact to those in need.
- Parish Worship Committee: This group works along with the Rector to plan services, study the many ways our Prayer Book offers enrichment, and occasionally carefully experiment with ways to worship.
- Ushers: Ushers (lay greeters) greet parishioners, hand out programs, collect alms, and record the number in attendance. Lectors read the Lessons, Psalm, and Prayers of the People.