Episcopal Church Women (ECW)
A women’s organization to support all women in their Mission and Ministry in the world. Members meet for fellowship and to organize support for various church ministries.
Meets twice a month for fellowship and to work on anything creative for charities, fundraisers, or their own personal projects.
This committee has a goal of organizing one social event a month. These have included Trivia On Tap, a Predators Hockey Night, a Newcomers Dinner, game nights, movie nights and the annual church picnic.
Red Door Committee
This group organizes fundraisers in support of various missions and needs of the church that fall outside the standard church budget, such as scholarships to church camp or assistance to repair the playground. Their main event is our annual Fall Festival, featuring Brunswick Stew and sales of goods by two businesses organized to support people in need: Thistle Farms and Ten Thousand Villages.
We have multiple clubs that meet outside of Trinity, in member homes for dinner each month. Group are typically eight to ten members, and offer an opportunity to get to know your fellow parishioners.
This group typically organizes weekday monthly trips and lectures of local historical sites, museums and other destinations. Often this includes a stop for lunch for additional fellowship.
Offered before our array of adult/children classes/Youth Group/choir practice are these weekly family dinners, where all can gather to chat and share a meal. Meal is provided. There is a “suggested” fee of $7/person & $14/family, however we want to welcome all so this will be just a suggested price, no one will be turned away.
Trinity is proud to be a part of this annual Pre-Christmas Parade annual event hosted by First Presbyterian Church. For the past few years, Trinity has hosted Santa Claus, hot chocolate and cookies in the parish hall, along with Christmas readings in the library. A fun event for all ages.
Marshall Family Scholarship
The Marshall Family Scholarship is a joint project of Grace Chapel and Trinity. It is awarded to students accepted for study at accredited colleges and universities, undergraduate and graduate. The grants vary from $1000 to $2000 annually. Each application must include a recent grade transcript, letter of recommendation from a person able to assess the applicant’s academic promise, and a letter from the applicant describing her or his goals and economic need. Preference is given to those whose goals contribute to a better society. Decisions are usually made in March.
Applications are sent to:
Marshall Family Scholarship Committee
Trinity Episcopal Church
317 Franklin St
Clarksville, TN 37040
Questions may be addressed to Jim Marshall, Don Shelton, Mark Hunter, or Dick Gildrie