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Christ Episcopal Church in Portsmouth, NH and Trinity Episcopal Church in Hampton, NH entered into a new model of Shared Ministry in November of 2011. The Shared Ministry E-News is typically sent out weekly on Thursday evenings.  If you are not yet receiving the E- News and would like to receive it please sign up through the "Join Our Mailing List" link. If you ever decide you no longer wish to receive the E-News there is a link at the bottom of the email "unsubscribe". If you like it then please forward it on to your friends.

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We welcome submissions that have a connection to the ministry of our two churches. PIease email submissions to porthamp@gmail.com or mail to the Shared Ministry office at Trinity Church,  200 High St, Hampton, NH 03842. NOTE: The deadline to send a submission is Wedsnesday at noon. 

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Official Notice of Annual

Meeting

Know all persons by these presents that the Annual Meeting of Trinity Episcopal Church will be held on Sunday, Jan. 28 at 10:15 a.m. in Hobbs Hall at Trinity Church. The purpose of the meeting shall be to receive the Reports of the Officers and Organizations of the Congregation; to elect Officers and Delegates for the terms specified for their offices as stated in the By-Laws of the Congregation; and to conduct such other business as may lawfully come before the meeting. Any baptized person, sixteen (16) years of age or older, who acknowledges in writing the authority of the By-Laws of the Congregation and who declares his or her intention to aid in maintaining public worship therein by regular attendance at such worship and who is a contributor of record, is entitled to voice and vote. Patrice Wood, Senior Warden Phoebe Bischoff, Clerk  

Discernment Committee

issues final report

Last spring, Bishop Hirschfeld appointed a team of nine people to “explore how we can more joyfully pursue God’s mission” in our Shared Ministry. The committee, whose names you’ll find in the report linked below, had eight meetings between March and October. The first six meetings were focused on information gathering. The final two focused on drawing conclusions based on the information gathered over the first six months. Items considered included finances, our physical facilities, a “ministry inventory” describing what we do and with what impact, worship options available to us, governance, membership trends, and, as an overarching question, “What is God doing in the Seacoast region?” In December, the committee, along with Bishop Hirschfeld, met jointly with our Bishop’s Committee to present its findings and commend to us a path forward. Click here for a copy of the Discernment Team’s final report.
Fr. Chip baptizes Trinity’s newest member on the Feast of the Holy Name

A joyous baptism at Trinity Church

Copyright 2017 Trinity Episcopal Church, 200 High St., Hampton, NH  03842     603-926-5688   

News

The Shared Ministry E-News

Christ Episcopal Church in Portsmouth, NH and Trinity Episcopal Church in Hampton, NH entered into a new model of Shared Ministry in November of 2011. The Shared Ministry E-News is typically sent out weekly on Thursday evenings.  If you are not yet receiving the E-News and would like to receive it please sign up through the "Join Our Mailing List" link. If you ever decide you no longer wish to receive the E-News there is a link at the bottom of the email "unsubscribe". If you like it then please forward it on to your friends.

Content submission

We welcome submissions that have a connection to the ministry of our two churches. PIease email submissions to porthamp@gmail.com or mail to the Shared Ministry office at Trinity Church,  200 High St, Hampton, NH 03842. NOTE: The deadline to send a submission is Wedsnesday at noon. 
Hampton, New Hampshire

Official Notice of Annual Meeting

Know all persons by these presents that the Annual Meeting of Trinity Episcopal Church will be held on Sunday, Jan. 28 at 10:15 a.m. in Hobbs Hall at Trinity Church. The purpose of the meeting shall be to receive the Reports of the Officers and Organizations of the Congregation; to elect Officers and Delegates for the terms specified for their offices as stated in the By-Laws of the Congregation; and to conduct such other business as may lawfully come before the meeting. Any baptized person, sixteen (16) years of age or older, who acknowledges in writing the authority of the By-Laws of the Congregation and who declares his or her intention to aid in maintaining public worship therein by regular attendance at such worship and who is a contributor of record, is entitled to voice and vote. Patrice Wood, Senior Warden Phoebe Bischoff, Clerk  

Discernment Committee issues final

report

Last spring, Bishop Hirschfeld appointed a team of nine people to “explore how we can more joyfully pursue God’s mission” in our Shared Ministry. The committee, whose names you’ll find in the report linked below, had eight meetings between March and October. The first six meetings were focused on information gathering. The final two focused on drawing conclusions based on the information gathered over the first six months. Items considered included finances, our physical facilities, a “ministry inventory” describing what we do and with what impact, worship options available to us, governance, membership trends, and, as an overarching question, “What is God doing in the Seacoast region?” In December, the committee, along with Bishop Hirschfeld, met jointly with our Bishop’s Committee to present its findings and commend to us a path forward. Click here for a copy of the Discernment Team’s final report.

Link to our Calendar

Click here to see our calendar of events

A joyous baptism at Trinity Church

Fr. Chip baptizes Trinity’s newest member on the Feast of the Holy Name