Due to the COVID 19 Virus, the Trinity buildings
are closed. This includes all programs normally held at Trinity.
Please scroll down to see latest information about
The Master's Closet Free Clothing Pantry
The Rev. Suzanne LeVesconte, offers live worship every day
on the church's Facebook page and also fellowship and hymn
singing through Zoom.
If you would like to receive our weekly newsletter, please
email us at email@example.com.
If you have questions or pastoral care needs, please contact
The Rev. Suzanne LeVesconte at 513-869-8694 or
FREE CLOTHING PANTRY UPDATE FOR 1/2021
Due to the COVID virus, patrons of The Master's Closet must call the office (513-896-6755)
and leave a message with their clothing needs. We check messages.
We will call you back to verify your clothing requests
and to make an appointment for you to receive the clothing.
(We also have some shoes, socks and other clothing items.)
We will gather what we have in your size(s).
You may take what you wish from this selection during your appointment time. Appointments last no longer than 15 minutes.
We also ask that you limit your appointments to once a month
unless you have an emergency need.
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.
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