OFFICE HOURS & CONTACTS 

513-896-6755

Fax: 513-896-9308

trinitychurchhamilton@gmail.com

www.trinityhamilton.org

:Office Hours

Mon.-Thurs., 9:30 am to 1:00 pm

:Master's Closet Clothing Pantry

   Monday and Wednesday--10 am to 12 noon

    Donations accepted during office hours.

 Entrance from parking lot into 2-story building

Rector and Priest:

The Rev. Suzanne LeVesconte

slevesconte@gts.edu

Deacon:

The Rev. Dcn. Jackie Williams

jackie.williams@outlook.com

Music Director/Organist;

David Palmer

Children & Youth Formation Director:

Allison Sinning

ansinning@gmail.com

 

Parish Administrator:

Lisa Gooding

trinitychurchhamilton@gmail.com.

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Due to the COVID 19 Virus, Trinity is closed until further notice. 

This includes The Master's Closet and 12 Step Programs.

During this closure, Rev. LeVesconte offers Morning Prayer live

Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and Wednesday at 12:10 p.m.

via our Facebook page. 

Links are in "Thoughts & Prayers" page to previous videos.

If you have questions or pastoral care needs, please contact

The Rev. Suzanne LeVesconte at 513-869-8694 or sleveconte@gts.edu

All are welcome here.

We are a diverse community, including both rich and poor, gay and straight, young and old, abled and disabled, all bound together in our love for the works of Jesus Christ.  No matter your situation, there is a place for you at Trinity.

 

If you are baptized in the traditions of ANY faith, you are welcome to receive the eucharist, which is presented most Sundays and Wednesdays. 

In addition to Sunday and Wednesday worship services, our parishioners give of themselves toward community needs including free meal services, a support group for young mothers, aiding 12-Step programs and they offer spiritual support through Lay Eucharistic Visitor Services, and the Master's Closet, our free clothing ministry.

Located in the historic Dayton Lane neighborhood of Hamilton, Ohio, Trinity Episcopal Church has been committed to the spiritual health and well-being of our hometown since 1823.