The Church of the Holy Trinity participates in what is known as Total Common Ministry. It is based on an understanding of Christian ministry that is closer to the early church model than to the church many of us grew up in.

By “Total,” we mean that ministry encompasses everything we do in church and in the world. “Common” means that everything we do grows out of a common vision of ministry, and everyone is given an opportunity to respond to God’s call to minister, regardless of age, gender, ability or background. You don’t need to be well-educated, highly talented or have an outgoing personality. We believe everyone is uniquely created for a larger purpose in life, and that our highest fulfillment comes in serving others in this way.

In addition to our participation in various regular and occasional community events, members of our congregation regularly participate in the following ministries:



  • Taylor Duckworth                                                         Stewardship
  • Rev. Pat Jackson &   Brother Thomas Goddard       Pastoral Care
  • Lois Dragone                                                                  Ministry Support
  • Steve Horst                                                                     Evangelism
  • Taylor Duckworth                                                         Youth Christian Education
  • Eric Rennie                                                                     Communications
  • Andrew Milliken                                                           Buildings & Grounds
  • Liz Weise                                                                        Outreach Coordinator
  • Ron Burlette and Ty Warren                                      Joyful Noise
  • Carl Loges                                                                       Showers for the Homeless
  • Taylor Duckworth                                                         St. Vincent DePaul services
  • Sharon Sheedy                                                               House of Many Talents
  • Deacon Pat Jackson                                                       Eucharistic Visitors