Welcome! And thank you for coming to Holy Trinity.
Our small, close-knit congregation prides itself in being welcoming and supportive. We worship, celebrate, sing, eat, stitch and study together – sharing the workload and reaching out to each other and others as much as we can. As is common among Episcopalians, many of our events involve sharing food. Coffee Hour follows both Sunday services, and it is an important time for fellowship, meeting and refreshments.
Our roots in rural Harford County are deep (we celebrated our 150th anniversary in 2017). Click here for more on our history.
Although our services are traditional, they are family-friendly and not formal or stuffy. Music is featured at our 10 a.m. service, with organ and choir. A Children’s Service is held on the second Sunday of each month. The Sacrament of Healing is part of the service the 3rd Sunday of each month.
Outreach is a high priority at Holy Trinity; nearly every parishioner is involved in some way. We support a food pantry. We also provide food, clothing and gifts for families in need at the holidays and the beginning of the school year. We support an apartment for transitional housing through our work with Harford Family House. Our Praying Hands group provides prayer shawls and caps to hospitals and individuals. We’re exploring new ways to provide meals to those in need – within our church family and the county.
Our church and parish hall are also home to the Beautiful Church (a Korean Presbyterian congregation) and several community groups – from Do-Re-Wee (a music program for toddlers), 4-H and Girl Scouts, to a bridge club, Scrapbookers, The Flying Geese Quilters, Lower Crossroads Stitchers, and others.
Please joins us for regular worship services or other events and activities. Contact the office if you would like more information. Our interim rector is The Rev. Annette Chappell, and our secretary is Linda Hopkins.