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The Girls’ Service Group is where Trinity girls have fun while giving. We rake, bake, and make, all for others' sake. 

We have discovered that participating in service projects has made us better friends and makes us feel good about others, our world, and ourselves. Our projects have local, national, and global scope ranging from lawn raking, decorating a downtown Excelsior Christmas tree for a family in need, drives to collect household items to support refugee families, to raising money for mosquito nets through Episcopal Relief and Development.  

Trinity’s Girls Service Group was started by parishioner Christy Stang in 2005 when she was in fifth grade. Christy wanted girls to have opportunities to make a difference in their communities through service projects. The girls decide what they want to do, and how they will get it done. Most recently, the girls gathered to make special ornaments for the Service of Loss and Remembrance.

All girls ages fourth grade and older are welcome to join us. GSG meets every second Sunday after the 10:15 service where we engage in a project, make plans, and share a snack to celebrate our good work. 

Look for our announcements during services, in the bulletin or the Trinity newsletter. Please contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

  • Girls' Service Group

    Trinity Girls’ Service Group have fun while giving. We rake, bake, and make, all for others' sake. Read More
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