The clergy and parishioners of Trinity Episcopal Church welcome all visitors and newcomers. Are you new to Trinity Parish, Indiana University, or Monroe County? Please let us know! When you visit, sign one of our the guest registries located at the entrances to the church. We’d like to hear from you!
Bulletins are available for your assistance. If you need help during the service, please ask a neighbor.
Places of Welcome
The Trinity Room is open to parishioners needing a place for informal conversation or reflection between Sunday services.
Restrooms are available through the doors at either side of the altar
The nursery is available for children from infancy through four years old. It is well-used and is staffed by trained caregivers.
During Communion, ushers will direct you to the altar. (Let the clergy know before the service if you want gluten-free wafters.) For a blessing, cross your hands on your chest.
Our Healing Station is available at the side of the altar.
Stand, sit, kneel?
Sitting, standing, and kneeling are usually matters of personal habit; you may also follow the crowd!
Parking at Trinity Church
On Sundays, the metered street parking is free. Also, you can park in the city parking lot at the corner of 4th Street & Dunn (entrance from Dunn), about 1/2 block east of the church.
On Mondays through Saturdays, all street parking is metered between 9 a.m.- 9 p.m. Free parking can be found in some city lots and other areas at different times of the day. Click here for more detailed information. There is a designated handicapped parking spot on the northwest corner of Kirkwood Ave. and Grant St., diagonally from our church.
Trinity Episcopal is an accessible facility. A ramp is located near the front entrance on Kirkwood Ave. The entrance on South Grant is at ground level.
Trinity is also equipped with an Audio Induction Loop System to assist people who wear hearing aids. If you wear hearing aids, turn on the “loop” mode for digital or “T coil” or “telephone” mode for analog. (Your brand of hearing aid may use a different term for the modes.) If you still have trouble hearing, or if the sound is too loud, adjust the volume control. If you would like assistance in hearing the service and do not wear hearing aids, ask an usher for an amplification unit with headphones. He or she will show you how to use it. Return the unit to an usher after the service.
Calling all newcomers!
Joining a new community is exciting and challenging. This is why Trinity Church offers a year-long program (7 meetings, about once per month from September to May) to help new members grow in their understanding of God, community, our parish and the Episcopal Church. Our program topics range from “The Seasons of the Church” to “Meet the Staff”. You are warmly encouraged to participate if you’ve been at Trinity for two years or less, though all are invited to participate no matter how long you’ve been here. A simple meal is served and childcare is provided.
Please contact the church office, speak to Charlie+ or Henny+, or check our Events Calendar for future Trinity, Inc. dates. You can also click here to go to our Newcomers page.
We’re glad to have you at Trinity Episcopal Church. If there is anything we can do for you during your time at IU feel free to contact Father Charlie Dupree at the church office or at email@example.com. We also encourage you to connect with the Episcopal Campus Minister, Mother Linda Johnson+ at firstname.lastname@example.org or (812) 334-7971.