Growing in Love of God and Neighbor

Volunteer at Trinity Church

All of our ministries welcome new participants. Please contact the church office or the contact person listed to get involved at any point during the year.

 

Worship Ministries

Altar Guild – The Trinity Church Altar Guild is a ministry that supports the clergy in all forms of worship in the church by preparing the altar, communion vessels and clerical vestments in accordance with the Episcopal Church liturgical calendar. We care for the candles, altar linens and hangings, vestments and vessels so that they are clean, appropriate and available for all services including baptisms, weddings, funerals and memorial services in addition to the special day services such as Maundy Thursday and Easter Vigil. Contact: Judie Perinchief

Flower Guild – The Flower Guild creates floral designs for Sunday services. The members are on a rotating schedule and there are seven leaders who have the responsibility of planning the design and purchasing materials. The leaders work with the other members on Saturday mornings, and together create the altar arrangements. The flowers are then delivered to shut-ins or hospitalized parishioners by the clergy. Contact: Cathy Ruff

Layreaders read scripture and lead prayers during the worship service. This is an important ministry that requires commitment and time for practicing the readings prior to the scripture being read on Sunday. Contact: Joan Dighton or Mother Emily Mellott

Chalice Bearers assist the clergy in administering the sacrament of Holy Eucharist, and may also be asked to read a scripture lesson in worship. Contact: Mother Emily Mellott

Eucharistic Ministers are lay persons who are authorized to take the Consecrated Elements in a timely manner following a Celebration of the Holy Eucharist to members of the congregation who by reason of illness or infirmity are unable to be present at the Celebration. Contact: Mother Emily Mellott or Mother Angie Cipolla

Acolytes carry the cross and candles in the Processional, the Gospel Reading, the Offertory, and the Recessional. They also have duties during the Holy Eucharist and other parts of the service. We encourage our youth who are in Fifth Grade and up to consider becoming an Acolyte. Contact: Mother Angie Cipolla

Ushers are usually the first official representatives of the church that people meet when they arrive. Ushers assist in the smooth running of the service, helping people find seats, navigate communion, and feel welcome. The ushers’ attitude, words, demeanor, and body language all speak a message to God’s worshiper. Contact: Steve Yocum

Our Tech Guild manage the video camera and help with the sound system for the livestream, using a simple laptop or tablet interface. A sense of the flow of the worship service and comfort with Contact: Jeff Wojcik

Fellowship Volunteers

Coffee Hour Hosts prepare coffee and bring treats to help us enjoy our time of conversation and community with one another.  Contact: Liz Louie

Greeters welcome new and regular members of the congregation in worship, especially helping visitors and new members meet others, find their way to fellowship, worship, and education, and connect with the Trinity community.  Contact: Nancy Matthews

Education Volunteers

Our Sunday School and Youth volunteers learn new things about our faith, have fun, and help others grow while they guide our young people in learning about God. Youth and children’s leaders are screened and provided with abuse prevention training. Contact: Christine Andonie or Mother Angie Cipolla

 

Garden Angels

Our beautiful Cloister Garden and the surrounding gardens of the church are cared for by a group of volunteers. The Garden Angels gather each month to spruce up our gardens. Contact: Ken Chojnacki

 

Office Volunteers

Our office volunteers help to answer phones and offer administrative support to our church staff. Contact the church office.

 

How to Volunteer

Trinity can always use volunteers. If you would like to help, please contact Geri Trost at gtrost@trinitymoorestown.org.