Like Episcopalians and Anglicans across the globe, at Trinity Excelsior we are “people of the book,” which means we worship every Sunday using the Book of Common Prayer. First compiled in 1549, the Book of Common Prayer has been evolving ever since, both rooting us in our tradition and encouraging new words and expressions in our worship as our experience of God changes and deepens over time.
At Trinity we prize our connection to, and relationships with, each other. We understand that no one person knows all there is to know about God – that we need other people in order to learn and go deeper into our faith. Each of us has been shaped by life, and every life's story has meaning and enriches all of us. From our youngest members to our elders, we are grateful to be connected to one another. And most importantly, there is always room for more people!
Trinity is a congregation that values open-hearted conversations that thrive on curiosity and respect difference. We believe in reason and experience, in the power of questions, in helping others, and in the possibilities of mystery. We try hard to practice deep listening, where everyone has a voice and where no one is alone as we walk our lives together in Christ.