Here’s a list of our current efforts to serve in different ways, both within our congregation and outside our doors.
The same bonds that link us to Jesus Christ, link us to other Christians. When we share fellowship, we have a powerful association with each other because we have a common interest and a common unity in Christ. We share our faith and joy as the body of Christ. That’s why this ministry provides a comfortable coffee hour for our congregation to enjoy after our Sunday services. It allows us to share and get to know each other better as a church family.
For more information on the Fellowship Ministry, contact Wendy Ellis
“He who sees the Church looks directly at Christ” (Gregory of Nyssa)
The ministry of aesthetics serves the church by creating a sacred and worshipful space. You do not have to be an artist to join this ministry, but everyone is invited, as it requires many talents such as sewing, carpentry, creativity, problem solving, art and church history. If you feel led to join and be a part of the team contact Arikka Jitendranath.
Leads the Holy Trinity congregation in worship during our Sunday 10 a.m. services and during other special services throughout the year. If you sing or play an instrument and are interested in joining our music team, please contact our worship leader, Brian Gates.
Outreach & Missions
Outreach looks to the world around us to both empower HTAC members in service and mission and to connect with ministries and missionaries who serve around the world. For more information on this team, please contact Mikkee Hall.
Youth & Children
The Children’s Church Ministry seeks to provide a developmentally appropriate space for our youngest members to experience and worship Jesus. It offers books and quiet supplies for little hands as children are learning to participate in the service, child care for ages 0-3, from the beginning of the service until the “Peace,” a lesson for children ages 3-6, which takes place during the sermon, and prayer for your children and families during the week.
Due to the limitations of our space, we cannot provide any food or diaper changes. Additionally, we encourage families to share Eucharist together, so Children’s Church ends at the “Peace.” You may of course sit with your child in the nursery room during Eucharist, but we ask that you do not send children by themselves, as there is no adult supervision during that time. If you have any special requests, please contact Annie Dominguez.
Christian spiritual direction is an ancient practice of soul care. The primary focus of spiritual direction is attention to a person’s relationship with God in the context of daily life. In direction, both the “director” and “directee” endeavor to partner with God in His work. The director serves as a gentle guide to the directee through active presence, listening, “wondering,” praying, and at times instructing, supporting the directee as s/he engages God. There is no agenda – just compassionate companionship as a person grows in the ability respond to God’s continuing invitation to “come and see.” Each spiritual director receives supervision and adheres to the Code of Ethics for Spiritual Directors. Confidentiality is observed and anonymity of directees is preserved. To learn more about spiritual direction, feel free to read this article.