Youth Group
Fellowship
mens' breakfast
Women of Eve-ning
Book Club
DINNERS
Sunday Adult Forum
Trinity Library
Fun-raising Committee
Garden Guild
Sundays in Summer

Trinity Episcopal Church 220 Prospect Street, Torrington, CT 06790 Phone 860.482.6027 Email Trinity.Parish.House@snet.net
ADULT FORUM. Following worship there is an adult forum in the rectory living room. This year the group is beginning with a Bible study led by parishioner, The Rev. David Eylers. The group runs from approximately 10 to 11 AM.


MEN'S BREAKFAST. All men of the Parish are invited to join this informal group. Meeting about once a month on Saturday mornings, the men cook a hearty breakfast and enjoy one another’s fellowship.


 WOMEN'S EVE-NING. All women of the Parish are invited to join in this informal group. Meeting about once a month on Sunday evenings, the group shares a pot-luck meal and fellowship and sharing. Prayers are offered anonymously for fellow sisters between meetings.


BOOK CLUB. Any member of the Parish can read the chosen book for the month and join in the discussion. Books are chosen from suggestions made from within the group and vary widely. Meetings are informal and a wonderful opportunity for fellowship.


 TRINITY LIBRARY. Trinity boasts a lending library. Our books are available to Parishioners for borrowing. Though generally religious in nature, the content ranges from modern fiction to ancient commentaries, resources for discernment and information on myriad aspects of the Episcopal Church.


FUN RAISING COMMITTEE. This energetic and dedicated group was conceived with a unique goal. Raising funds for the Parish could be fun for everyone involved! Their wonderful projects have included Fall Harvest Dinners, Super Bowl Chili, Mother's Day Cookie Sale and . . .


THE GARDEN GUILD. The Garden Guild is a group of volunteers formed in 2013 to take care of Trinity’s gardens and landscaped areas. The goal at that time was to rid the property of its forbidding and fortress-like appearance by removing many overgrown foundation plantings. Many foundation plantings were removed and replaced with bulbs and perennials donated by parishioners. The result is a beautiful, colorful and welcoming landscape. Guild members meet once a week to care for Trinity’s gardens and landscape from March through October.

All Are Welcome!
Parish Picnics