Welcome to Trinity Church! We hope your experience with us is an uplifting one and encourages you to join us as you make your way through your life’s journey. If you are joining us for the first time, you will find the people of this parish are exceptionally warm and welcoming.

When I am asked what makes our parish as special as it is, I quickly reply that it is the quality of the people of this parish who make it a dynamic, joyful place of worship. Indeed Trinity is blessed with warm, caring, and compassionate people who are eager to follow the will of God Almighty in a variety of ways. If you feel called to take part in any of our parish ministries, speak with a member of the parish (or me) and they will be able to point you in the right direction. One thing you definitely want to do is join us after worship for fellowship and amazing treats!

If you have questions (which are encouraged!) and would like to speak to me, feel free to call the office (802-775-4368) to schedule an appointment or simply fill out the welcome card in your pew and place it in the collection plate. Thank you for taking the time to visit us today and may God bless you and those you love.

The Rev. Liam Muller

We are a vibrant Episcopal family united in following Christ.

Important Announcements

Search for Music Director / Organist Continues

Music Director Job Description

The Art of Possibility Book Study

The study of the book The Art of Possibility by Benjamin and Rosamund Zander, facilitated by Dana Peterson, continues in the library following our worship service on the following Sundays: Nov. 17, Jan. 19, Feb. 23, Apr. 19, May 17. All are welcome! If you’d like to participate but don’t have a copy of the book, please speak with Dana.

Upcoming Events

Parish Thanksgiving Dinner

November 24, 2019 10:45 am to 12:00 am

Nourse Hall at Trinity Church

Thanksgiving Dinner is an annual fellowship tradition at Trinity! We'll sit down to a Thanksgiving Feast with turkey provided by our Vestry and side dishes provided by the rest of the congregation. Bring your favorite Thanksgiving dish to share: stuffing, mashed potatoes, squash, green beans, veggies, hors d'oevres, desserts--whatever you'd like! Our meal will be served buffet-style and will begin shortly after our worship service on Sunday, November 24.