We believe that, for God’s faithful, in death “life is changed, not ended” and that funerals are both a celebration of the Easter promise and a time to walk together through grief and loss. It is an honor for the Trinity community to accompany people during times of loss and to offer a place of hospitality and welcome.
Episcopal funeral and memorial services are based on the order of service in the Book of Common Prayer, which says; “the liturgy for the dead is an Easter liturgy. It finds all its meaning in the resurrection. Because Jesus was raised from the dead, we too, shall be raised.”Please talk with Ginger Bitikofer to inquire about holding a funeral at Trinity or to request a meeting with the clergy staff for planning a funeral in advance.