Becoming a Member of the Episcopal Church and Trinity Church
To officially become a member of the Episcopal Church, one must be Confirmed or Received by a Bishop of the Church. The ceremony generally takes place within a Sunday service at a church. The general rule is that if one has been confirmed (received the Sacrament of Confirmation) in another Christian denomination, such as the Roman Catholic or Lutheran Church, then one need only be received into the Episcopal Church by a Bishop. If one has not yet been confirmed, then confirmation by an Episcopal Bishop would also automatically make one a member of the Episcopal Church. One can then join the Episcopal Church Parish of choice. Trinity Church requires that those preparing to be received and/or confirmed take a series of classes in preparation. Persons interested in joining the Episcopal Church at Trinity should contact the Rector.
- If you are interested in becoming an Episcopalian and joining Trinity Church, you may contact the Rector here.
Already an Episcopalian?
If one is already an Episcopalian and wishes to transfer his/her membership ("letter") to Trinity Church from another Episcopal church, then he/she should contact the parish office here.