Trinity Episcopal Church, Anoka

Welcomes You

CommunityCelebrationSpiritLove

Sunday Services: 10 a.m.

"If it is not about love, it is not about God"
(Presiding Bishop Michael Curry)

Trinity is a warm, caring, loving, relaxed, and welcoming community. Our faith community welcomes all people without exception to God’s Table and Christ’s Way of Love. Jesus’ Way of Love is a multi-faceted way of life that includes loving and serving God in all people as well as taking care to love ourselves and all of God’s creation.

Our Episcopal worship is participatory. We generally stand to sing, sit during readings and the sermon, and stand or kneel during prayer; however, practices vary by each individual. Please do what is most comfortable for you. As Anglicans, we believe, “All may, some should, none must.”

Much of our service is lay led. If interested in any of our ministries, please don't hesitate to ask.

The Trinity, also called The Hospitality of Abraham, is an icon created by Russian painter Andrei Rublev in the 15th century. This is an outline of the icon in red.

The Trinity, also called The Hospitality of Abraham, is an icon created by Russian painter Andrei Rublev in the 15th century. We use this outline version as our logo at Trinity, representing the triune nature of our loving Creator.

Father Boelter lifting the chalice

All are welcome to take communion

You may take the bread and wine (in individual disposable and compostable cups), come forward for a blessing, or choose not to leave your seat at all. The communion table is God’s table, and God’s generosity is great.

God's children come in all ages

Children are welcome at our services and gatherings. We offer Godly Play on most Sundays and sometimes there is a children's sermon. Children may come forward with their parents for communion or a blessing. There is a play table next to the baptismal font for children as well as toys in the large gathering space.


“The table of bread and wine is now made ready. It is the table of company with Jesus, and all who love him. It is the table of sharing with the poor of the world, with whom Jesus identified himself. It is the table of communion with the earth, in which Christ became incarnate. So come to this table you who have much faith, and you who would like to have more; you who have been here often, and you who have not been for a long time; you who have tried to follow Jesus, and you who have failed. Come. It is Christ who invites us to meet him here.”