Whether you are moving to the Grand Rapids area or moving towards a new relationship with God – or both! – and looking for a community of encouragement and acceptance, we welcome you to Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Wyoming, Michigan.

You are Welcome at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

Technology challenged?  If you are having any difficulty getting on Facebook or Zoom for these services, please email or call the office. Maggie, our office administrator, will be happy to help you work through any challenges.

This week’s services, gatherings, and events:

Sunday, October 25, 2020

Holy Eucharist 10:00 a.m. Facebook Live Only

From Fr. Don:
The Covid Category for Kent County has reached the RED or critical mark.   Right now there are more people found to test positive with COVID-19 now than at anytime since the beginning of the pandemic.  Please click on “Kent County” above to see the most recent information which is depressing to say the least.  Many factors can be blamed not the least of which is the advent of colder weather which draws people inside and closer together.


Our best hope and most realistic defense is what the medical community has been saying from the beginning:  wear a face covering most anytime you are out of your home, wash your hands at every opportunity with hot soapy water (remember soap and water are actually better at killing this thing than hand sanitizers), and keep away from other people as much as you can.  

I share your fatique and honest grumpiness as we all endure this time.  I share your prayers that this may end as soon as it can.  I pray for our medical professionals as they care for people, and I pray for all the families who have had their lives forever changed.
Finally, I pray for that soon, very soon, we may all be together again.
Yours in Christ,


Wednesday, September 21, 2020

Centering Prayer 7:00 p.m.

  • Join the meeting using Zoom
  • Or, to call in only (no video): Dial 646-558-8656, then enter
    Meeting ID 982 5105 2517
  • Code is 358042


All Saints Day

On the Sunday nearest November 1, (which happens to be November 1 this year) we celebrate All Saints Day. All Saints Day celebrates those who are now residing in the paradise of heaven. They are by no means forgotten. Episcopal parishes have combined the traditional understanding of All Saints Day and All Souls Day into …