Staying Together

In keeping with CDC guidelines and to keep our church community safe, we have made the decision to no longer hold in person worship at Trinity until further notice. This includes Tuesday morning services and Sunday morning services. Any updates or changes in this timeframe will be communicated via all communication venues (see below). However, this does not mean we will STOP worshiping together as a church family altogether. This page will be updated with all the various ways we will be staying together as a community.

For those new to Trinity, click here for a quick overview of Trinity.

All services will be streamed on YouTube. Be sure to subscribe to Trinity’s Chanel here.

Latest Updates:

May 31, 2020 – Pentecost Sunday
10 am – Holy Eucharist/Spiritual Communion


May 24, 2020 – Seventh Sunday of Easter

10 am Morning Prayer:


May 20, 2020

A Letter from the Rector:

May 17, 2020

Morning Prayer – Sixth Sunday of Easter


May 13, 2020 – Compline

May 10, 2020 – Fifth Sunday of Easter

Join us for a special Morning Prayer, 10 am, today, Sunday, May 10. Online bulletin:


May 3, 2020

Morning Prayer, Fourth Sunday of Easter, 10 am

Coronavirus Update from The Rev. Meghan Ryan

April 22, 2020

Compline @ home – 8 pm

April 19, 2020

Second Sunday of Easter, Morning Prayer, 10 am

Morning Prayer Online, 10 am, Second Sunday of Easter.
View service online:

April 15, 2020

Compline at Home, 8 pm

Follow An Order for Compline here:

Wednesday Evening ONLINE with Trinity:

New Bible Class starting this Wednesday. Click here to learn more:

Wednesday Evening ONLINE with Trinity – April 15

Staying Together While Apart

An email update from Mother Meghan, on staying together while (physically) apart, to include information on the formation of small communication groups to stay connected, click on the link below:


While participating in church virtually, we have also provided ways which you can continue to give. Visit the Giving page for our virtual offering plate, to give to the FUEL program, which we will continue to support during this time, and ways to continue to provide to your estimate of giving.

Communication Resources

In addition to this email platform, we will also be utilizing the following to communicate from this point forward:

Email NewslettersClick here to sign up to receive up to date email newsletters.

Staying Together Page on the Website:

Trinity’s Facebook Page: This is Trinity’s main Facebook PAGE (TrinityParishTN).

Children of Trinity Facebook Group – this Facebook group is specifically developed for parents of children at Trinity. Due to children’s privacy, each user is approved by staff.

Trinity Facebook Group – This site is designed primarily for Trinity communicants in good standing, as well as friends of the parish who are past members, are active in Trinity’s ministries, or are in a period of discernment about joining the community.

YouTube – Trinity Episcopal Parish has a YouTube Channel and may be uploading videos to this channel. In YouTube search Take a minute now to subscribe to Trinity’s channel so you can be notified when we go live on YouTube.

Zoom – Zoom Video Communications is a remote conferencing services company. It provides remote conferencing services that combines video conferencing, online meetings, chat, and mobile collaboration. Instructions/invitations to log in will be sent via your group leader.


Twitter: TrinityParishTN

Instagram: TrinityParishTN

Text Messages: Sign up for Trinity’s text messaging group. How to sign up: Click here, or under Apps on our Facebook page or or text EZJXD42247 to 313131 from your phone.

Phone: (931) 645-2458 – this phone will be monitored daily. Staff can check voicemail from home and will respond to messages left on the church phone line.

Staff Email:
The Rev. Meghan Ryan –
Bethany Kelly, parish administrator –
Ian Taylor, youth minister –


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