Copyright 2018 Trinity Episcopal Church, 200 High St., Hampton, NH  03842     603-926-5688     trinity55ad@gmail.com 
Hampton, New Hampshire

Sunday School

Trinity Church now provides children’s programming during services each Sunday children are present, Sept. - early June. We follow the safe-church rules and always have an open door policy. We seek to tell Christ’s story in a way that children can understand. As the attention span of these children is about 2-5 minutes we move into craft mode quickly. The crafts also are linked to the Gospel of the week or one of the Bible readings, or a specific holiday. During craft time, we discuss what we've learned about Jesus and God that day. The program is simple: “Jesus loves me” and “God is good.” How can you help? We are always looking for parishioners who are willing to help on Sunday mornings as substitutes, teachers, or aides. Please contact the Shared Ministry church office at trinity55ad@gmail.com or call 603-926-5688. Safe Church training is required by the Diocese for anyone working with children and youth in the congregation. For more information and training dates and places, click on this link:  Safe Church.

Bible Study

Our Wednesday evening Bible Study has returned after a hiatus last spring. Meetings are on Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. in the Narthex at the church. Jim Ashworth will lead us this fall, starting with a series on Women of the Bible. Join us!

Inquirers’ Class

If you are new to the Episcopal Church, or perhaps are a long-time member who could use a brush-up on the things that make us who we are as Episcopalians/Anglicans, we invite you to join us Monday evenings at 7 p.m. at Trinity Church, where we will meet in the Guild Room weekly through Oct. 22. This winter, as the time approaches for Bishop Hirschfeld’s visit to Christ Church in late February, we will repeat the course for any who might wish to take it there. Safe Church Trinity Church is a certified Safe Church. All our parish leaders, staff and regular volunteers are trained in best practices that insure the safety and security of everyone who comes to our services and events. Trinity Church provides a safe and healthy environment for all people. The Safe Church program is administered by the Diocese of New Hampshire and overseen at Trinity Church by a volunteer Safe Church Coordinator. Village Pre-School The Village Pre-School is a not-for-profit preschool which occupies the undercroft of Trinity Church. Although independently owned and operated, Trinity Church supports the mission of The Village Pre-School to provide the solid building blocks for a successful education to all children regardless of their family’s ability to afford tuition. For more information about The Village Pre-School, or to enroll your child, please call the school’s director, Ginny Bridle- Russell at 929-7349.  You may also e-mail her at VrgnTeach@aol.com. 

Christian Education and Formation

Copyright 2018 Trinity Episcopal Church, 200 High St., Hampton, NH  03842     603-926-5688   
Hampton, New Hampshire

Christian

Education and

Formation

Sunday School

Trinity Church now provides children’s programming during services each Sunday children are present, Sept. - early June. We follow the safe-church rules and always have an open door policy. We seek to tell Christ’s story in a way that children can understand. As the attention span of these children is about 2-5 minutes we move into craft mode quickly. The crafts also are linked to the Gospel of the week or one of the Bible readings, or a specific holiday. During craft time, we discuss what we've learned about Jesus and God that day. The program is simple: “Jesus loves me” and “God is good.” How can you help? We are always looking for parishioners who are willing to help on Sunday mornings as substitutes, teachers, or aides. Please contact the Shared Ministry church office at trinity55ad@gmail.com or call 603-926-5688. Safe Church training is required by the Diocese for anyone working with children and youth in the congregation. For more information and training dates and places, click on this link:  Safe Church.

Bible Study

Our Wednesday evening Bible Study has returned after a hiatus last spring. Meetings are on Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. in the Narthex at the church. Jim Ashworth will lead us this fall, starting with a series on Women of the Bible. Join us!

Inquirers’ Class

If you are new to the Episcopal Church, or perhaps are a long-time member who could use a brush-up on the things that make us who we are as Episcopalians/Anglicans, we invite you to join us Monday evenings at 7 p.m. at Trinity Church, where we will meet in the Guild Room weekly through Oct. 22. This winter, as the time approaches for Bishop Hirschfeld’s visit to Christ Church in late February, we will repeat the course for any who might wish to take it there. Safe Church Trinity Church is a certified Safe Church. All our parish leaders, staff and regular volunteers are trained in best practices that insure the safety and security of everyone who comes to our services and events. Trinity Church provides a safe and healthy environment for all people. The Safe Church  program is administered by the Diocese of New Hampshire and overseen at Trinity Church by a volunteer Safe Church Coordinator. Village Pre-School The Village Pre-School is a not-for-profit preschool which occupies the undercroft of Trinity Church. Although independently owned and operated, Trinity Church supports the mission of The Village Pre-School to provide the solid building blocks for a successful education to all children regardless of their family’s ability to afford tuition. For more information about The Village Pre-School, or to enroll your child, please call the school’s director, Ginny Bridle-Russell at 929-7349.  You may also e-mail her at VrgnTeach@aol.com.