Trinity Episcopal Church of Covington Kentucky
The people of Trinity Church Covington extend a welcome to all seekers looking for a diverse faith community and a meaningful personal relationship with God. We invite you to meet us by attending our Sunday worship, attending our education/formation programs and fellowship/social events.
Service time and Holy Eucharist:
Sunday @ 8:00 AM (without music) and 10:00 AM (with music program)
Wednesday @ 7:00 PM (without music)
Trinity's annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place immediately after the 10:00 a.m. service on Easter Sunday for children age zero to third grade. Weather permitting, the eggs will be growing in Trinity's gardens; otherwise, we will move the hunt indoors. Donations of candy-filled plastic eggs should be left in the kitchen before the service. No real eggs, please. Also, please bring a basket or bag for your child to gather eggs in.
As well as the egg hunt, we will be having an extra-festive coffee hour in the May Room after the 10 am service. Please bring cookies or other snacks if possible.
Please contact Barbara Baglien with any questions.
Come join us for a spaghetti dinner fundraiser at St. Andrew's in Ft Thomas on May 14 from 5PM-7PM.
The cost is $5/person or $15/family. Children under 3 are free. The meal is open to the public so encourage your friends to come and enjoy an evening out. All proceeds benefit the NKY Reading Camp.
Wednesday's Midday Musical Menu concert will be Wilmer Hayden Welsh's seven-movement organ piece Passion Music, performed by Dr. John Deaver. The piece tells the story of Christ's Passion. Lunch will begin at 11:30 and the concert at 12:15.
On this past Saturday, a group of volunteers from Trinity traveled to St. Agnes House in Lexington to help paint a bedroom and bathroom. In addition to adding a fresh coat of paint to these rooms, we took the opportunity to hang 2 new ceiling fans, install new blinds for 3 windows, replace the paper towel and toilet paper holders, recaulk the tub, replace all outlet and light switchplates, install new cove base in the closet, and replace a faulty outlet. We also delivered donations collected including 2 new umbrellas for their patio furniture and a bag of towels/linens. This was a long day of work but truly rewarding and worth every minute to be able to make such a difference with one of the missions of our Diocese.
Thank you to everyone who helped with this project and expect to see more opportunities to help St. Agnes House in the future.