Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
3745 Kimball Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38111
901 743 6421
holytrinitymemphis@yahoo.com
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Hello friend! We are delighted that you have chosen to learn more about us through our website. 

We are a loving, small, diverse congregation, and we would love to connect with someone just like YOU. 

We hope to see you very soon!

Our New Bishop of the Diocese of West Tennessee

The Right Reverend Phoebe Roaf was ordained and consecrated on May 4, 2019, at Hope Church. She was consecrated by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry.
Congratulations!


She visited Holy Trinity on Sunday, January 26, 2020, at the 10 am service & confirmed three young men. It was truly a joy to have welcomed Bishop Phoebe and to have heard her preach.

The Episcopal Church welcomes YOU!!!

Through outreach, care, diversity, and tradition we will share the faith, talent, and resources given to us by God.

The Holy Trinity Mission Statement
Our Vicar, The Reverend Thomas Momberg, writes for our monthly newsletter THE TRACT. You can read his article by clicking the "Vicar at HTEC" tab.

CONGRATULATIONS TO BRENDA ECHOLS AND PATRICIA HORTON
Two of our parishioners, Brenda Echols and Tricia Horton recently finished their four year program of Education for Ministry (EfM) and were recognized and given their certificate signifying their graduation from the program. Brenda was honored at St. George's Episcopal Church on June 2nd by her mentor, Verlinda Henning. Tricia was given her honor at Holy Trinity Church on June 23rd by her mentor, Jeannie Johnson. Holy Trinity can now boast of three EfM graduates - Brenda and Tricia join with Brenda Harris (2017).
RED/BLACK DRESS AFFAIR - 
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22
6 - 8 pm in the St. George's Dining Hall
The Reverend Colenzo Hubbard of the Emmanuel Center will be the featured speaker for the event. Click on the "Red/Black Dress Affair" tab above for more info!
LENTEN SOUP SUPPERS and BELOVED COMMUNITY
In THE COLUMNS at 6 PM 
March 4, 11, 18, 25, April 1)

 

Becoming Beloved Community

 

An Episcopal Church Curriculum offered at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

Wednesday evenings in Lent, starting March 4, in the Columns

Supper at 6 pm, Class at 6:30 pm

 

Telling the Truth about our Churches and Race

Baptismal Promise: Persevere in resisting evil, and whenever we fall into sin,

repent and return to the Lord.

 

Core Questions: What racial/cultural/ethnic groups are in our church?

Who have we excluded or included?

 

   Proclaiming the Dream of Beloved Community

   Baptismal Promise: Proclaim by word and example the Good News of

God in Christ.

 

Core Questions: How has our city/town/area participated

in racial injustice or racial healing over time? What's happening today?

What is our dream for Beloved Community?

What behaviors and practices foster it?

 

   Practicing the Way of Love in the Pattern of Jesus

Baptismal Promise: Seek and serve Christ in all persons,

loving our neighbors as ourselves.

 

Core Questions: How will we grow as reconcilers, healers, and justice-bearers?

What activities, practices, learning and experiences would (trans)form us?

How will we share stories and grow relationship?

 

   Repairing the Breach in Society and Institutions

Baptismal Promise: Strive for justice and peace among all people

and respect the dignity of every human being.

 

Core Questions: What institutions and systems bear the signs of racial injustice?

How will we participate in the repair, restoration and healing

of people, institutions and systems?

 

Join us - and bring a friend!



MARCH  2020  CALENDAR

 

 

1 - HOLY EUCHARIST RITE II at 10 AM   ***                                             

        1st Sunday in Lent – FIRST SUNDAY FEAST -St. Patrick’s Day

        Swahili Service at 12 Noon


4 -   Bible Study at 11am       Stations of the Cross at 12 noon

       Lenten Soup Supper at 6pm

                 

8 - HOLY EUCHARIST RITE II at 10 AM    ***                                               

          2nd Sunday in Lent – VESTRY MEETING

          Swahili Service at 12 Noon


11 -  Bible Study at 11am       Stations of the Cross at 12 noon

       Lenten Soup Supper at 6pm


15 - HOLY EUCHARIST RITE II at 10 AM      ***                                           

          3rd Sunday in Lent – BIRTHDAY SUNDAY

          Swahili Service at 12 Noon

18 -  Bible Study at 11am       Stations of the Cross at 12 noon

       Lenten Soup Supper at 6pm

                            

22 - HOLY EUCHARIST RITE II at 10 AM      ***                                           

          4th Sunday in Lent – ROSE SUNDAY

          Swahili Service at 12 Noon


25 -   Bible Study at 11am                               Stations of the Cross at 12 noon

       Lenten Soup Supper at 6pm

 

29 - HOLY EUCHARIST RITE II at 10 AM        ***                                         

          5th Sunday in Len                                                                Swahili Service at 12 Noon



 ***Sunday Mornings 

                  in Lent                  

March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

An Easy Walk through an Outline of Faith 

11:30 am 

(during fellowship)



        












OUR NEXT 
READING RAMPAGE WORKSHOP

is scheduled for
SATURDAY,
APRIL 18
10 am - 2 pm.

Thanks to Dr. Jim Gholson and his volunteer staff
who faithfully administer this reading tutorial at Holy Trinity.

We are currently accepting donations for gently USED/WORKING COMPUTERS (desktop and laptop) and Children's books (grades 1 - 12,          especially BOY'S ADVENTURE TALES                      AND SPORTS.


SHROVE TUESDAY PANCAKE SUPPER - 6 PM
At PERKIN'S RESTAURANT in
EASTGATE (Park AV at White Station. Sign up is on the bulletin board!
OUR SERVICE TIMES
Sundays
10:00am - Holy Eucharist Rite II
11:00am - Hospitality Hour with Donuts
Birthdays are celebrated the 3rd Sunday of the month!

Wednesdays
11:00am - Bible Study
OUR FAMILY PHOTOS
Click any photo to view all.
SWAHILI SERVICE
The Reverend Peter Kuria and his Anglican congregation offer a service on Sunday afternoons at Holy Trinity at 12 Noon.

All parishioners of Holy Trinity and the Swahili Church are invited to share in fellowship in THE COLUMNS building at 11:30 am following the Holy Trinity service.
ON - LINE GIVING
St. George’s Independent School and Thistle and Bee
invite you to join
The Rt. Rev. Phoebe A. Roaf, Episcopal Bishop of West Tennessee
and The Rev. Becca Stevens, Founder of Thistle Farms
for a special worship service celebrating community connections
Thursday, September 5, 2019
5:30 p.m.
St. Mary’s Cathedral
700 Poplar Avenue, Memphis
Reception and fellowship to follow. All are welcome!
Community
Worship Service
Thistle & Bee offers hope and healing to women in need through
a two-year holistic residential and therapeutic clinical
program and employment in their social enterprise.
St. George’s Independent School and Thistle and Bee
invite you to join
The Rt. Rev. Phoebe A. Roaf, Episcopal Bishop of West Tennessee
and The Rev. Becca Stevens, Founder of Thistle Farms
for a special worship service celebrating community connections
Thursday, September 5, 2019
5:30 p.m.
St. Mary’s Cathedral
700 Poplar Avenue, Memphis
Reception and fellowship to follow. All are welcome!
Community
Worship Service
Thistle & Bee offers hope and healing to women in need through
a two-year holistic residential and therapeutic clinical
program and employment in their social enterprise.

ON - LINE GIVING is available now at Holy Trinity.

The link is as follows:

https://www.churchtrac.com/donate.php?key=acct_1FLJzmAihvyQrzFB 

 

Any contribution donated through the site will automatically deposit to the Church's checking account. 

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

 

1. Click on the link above.

2. Click on the link that says, "I do not know my Passcode, or I do not have a Passcode" then enter your email address that the church uses to communicate with you. The system will email you your passcode to enter the system. 

3. Once logged into the system you can make contributions and also see your full giving history.
ASH 
WEDNESDAY
FEBRUARY 26
7 pm
Imposition of Ashes
and
Holy Eucharist