Sharing Christ's life-changing love and God's compassionate presence, in Chambers County and beyond.
Trinity's Core Values
WORSHIP: We offer heartfelt worship authentically celebrated through music, art and ritual. COMMUNITY: All people are embraced and valued in our inclusive and caring faith community. We aim to model Christ's acceptance, forgiveness, humility and respect for all.
Our Vision for Trinity
WELCOMING: All who visit Trinity are warmly welcomed, provided information about the Episcopal Church and are broadly introduced. New members are provided intentional opportunities to use their gifts in church life. CHRISTIAN FORMATION: Meeting people where they are in their spiritual journeys, Trinity offers Christian activities, art and music to nurture spiritual formation. OUTREACH: Broad outreach is grounded in and responsive to our neighbors near and far, building on current community and global ministries where Christ is brought to a hurting world.
On a fall Sunday afternoon while the nation looked anxiously across the Atlantic to the advancement of the Axis powers, Bishop Clinton S. Quinn arrived in Anahuac from Houston to the home of Roy and Ethyle White where Trinity Episcopal Mission was formed on September 29, 1940. Over the next twenty five years, the church met first in a room of the Methodist church followed by two houses that had been put together on the present site at 907 Washington Street. In 1965, a new structure was erected that serves as the current worship space. Trinity celebrated 50 years of worship in our sanctuary in 2015. Today, Trinity Episcopal Church serves as the Episcopal presence in Chambers County. We invite all to worship with us in a relaxed, warm setting. Ours is a legacy of inclusion, aspiring to exemplify God’s love for every human being. Laypeople and clergy cooperate as leaders at all levels of our church. We recognize that leadership is a gift from God and can be expressed by all people in our church, regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity or sexual orientation. Please join us at 9am each Sunday for Holy Eucharist followed by fellowship, food and faithfulness as we proclaim our role in following the teaching of Jesus Christ whose life, death, and resurrection saved the world.