Trinity, together with other parishes in Greece, is involved in the ministry Habitat for Humanity. This organisation works for a world where everyone has a decent place to live and call home. Central to this ministry is fundraising in order to build homes in Rochester. If you would like to be involved contact the office.
Little Free Libraries
We believe that literacy is of vital importance in our community. We built and delivered Little Free Libraries to community gardens in Rochester. We also installed one on our grounds next to our playground. If you would like more information about the libraries or would like to help manage them, please contact the office.
Feeding Hungry Families
We at Trinity believe that no one should ever go the bed hungry. We work towards this goal in three ways.
Trinity is a partner of the Greece Ecumenical Food Shelf. We collect food, sort it, and deliver it to the Food Shelf. You can contact the Food Shelf at 277-5370 if you live in Greece or Charlotte and have an emergency need for food.
We also have parcels of food available to anyone who needs them. Visit the church during office hours or on Sunday mornings and speak with someone if you need assistance.
Finally, we have a Little Free Pantry near the North Avenue entrance to our parking lot that is stocked with food and toiletries. Please take what you need and leave what you can.
If you would like to help with any of these food ministries, please contact the office.
For more information or to register for Lamb Preschool please click on the website below.
The Trinity labyrinth can be walked at any time. In the foyer and in the kiosk are leaflets to guide you. There are also monthly guided walks. Check the Events section for dates and times.
Our labyrinth is an outdoor brick & grass modified 7-circuit medieval labyrinth. It is made up of approximately 690 bricks, including the entrance path and is approximately 50 feet in diameter. As you enter the labyrinth you are facing east—the direction of the rising sun, hope, light, the risen Son.
The labyrinth is intended to be self-sustaining, via donations and the cost of engraved bricks. The center elements (benches and fountain) were graciously donated in memory of George and Thelma Goodman. The perimeter lights were donated in memory of Maggie Stewart. The water fountain and perimeter lights are solar powered.
The labyrinth has been registered with the Labyrinth Society and is one of over 5,300 registered labyrinths in more than 80 countries. It can be found via the World-Wide Labyrinth Locator at www.labyrinthlocator.com (proven search is to put 14615 in the zip code and select a 10 mile radius).
For more information please contact the office.
Throughout the year there are plenty of opportunities to give and to share with those in need. From thanksgiving baskets, to mittens and scarves in winter, to christmas gifts for those affected by violence. If you want to give, and are looking for opportunities to share contact the office.
Visiting the Sick
Being ill often means being cut off from people. For those with long term illness, frailty or disability this can be a terrible lonely period of life. At Trinity we have a group of people who visit those who are house-bound or in hospital. If you would like a visit, or would like to join this ministry, contact the office.
Sandy Pacyga, M.Div., M.Ed
Spiritual Mentor, Christian Ed. Consultant, Biblical Story Teller
40 Years experience with the diocesan and national church leadership. A member and lay pastor of Trinity Episcopal Church.
- Individual Spiritual Direction
- Spiritual Group Mentor
- Teacher Training, Education Design
- Educational Resourcing, Strategy
- Retreat design/leadership
- Biblical Storytelling