Trinity Episcopal Church

Hours of Operation:
  • Sunday 7:30 AM – Rite I Eucharist
  • Sunday 9:00 AM – Rite II Eucharist with contemporary music
  • Sunday 11:00 AM – Rite II Eucharist with choir and hymns
  • Sunday 5:00 PM – Rite II Eucharist with hymns
  • Wednesday 10:00 AM – Holy Eucharist
  • Wednesday 10:00 AM – Morning Prayer (in the Parlor)
Contact Information:
  • Phone:  281 367-8113    
  • Fax: 281 296-2201    
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Address:
  • 3901 South Panther Creek Drive
  • The Woodlands,   TX   77381
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Episcopal Church · The Woodlands, Texas

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About Us

OUR BELIEFS
At the root of our beliefs at Trinity Episcopal Church are the beliefs of the Episcopal Church, as outlined in the Catechism in the Book of Common Prayer, page 845.

The Book of Common Prayer was first published in England in 1549 and in addition to the Catechism it contains the forms for all of our worship services and prayers. Over the centuries it has been updated to conform to modern language while still remaining true to the ancient liturgical practices that are the foundation of our faith. The Book of Common Prayer is used in churches in over 50 different countries and in over 150 different languages.

What this looks like in practice on a Sunday morning can be confusing! The Very Rev. Doug Travis wrote this wonderful explanation called “Why Do Episcopalians Do That?” that can help you understand why and when we stand, bow, and kneel.

OUR FUTURE
Our future is an expansion of who we are today: a dedicated community of people who are welcoming and loving.

Trinity currently hosts over 70 ministries and provides meeting space for more than 850 people each week in 17 different recovery groups as well as in art, music, fitness and English language classes. To better serve these ministries, as well as to continue to grow and serve the community, we have adopted a Master Plan that will expand and improve our facilities.

The plan includes new campus entrances that invite and guide the visitor and member alike as well as new fellowship and gathering space and new community, performance, recreation, arts, outreach and administration spaces.

Other new features include a multi-purpose community space that can seat 800 people for conferences or performances and also function as a mini-gym for indoor play and recreation. A key addition will be new “chapel in the woods” for weddings, funerals and small worship services of 200-250 attendees.

When construction is complete, building space on the new campus will more than double to nearly 62,000 square feet to maximize site usage while maintaining natural spaces and views of the exterior gardens and woodlands.

For more information on how you can get involved in our Trinity Tomorrow campaign or to make a donation, please contact Stoney Cox at 713.591.0558 or coxstoney@gmail.com.

OUR HISTORY
The Woodlands was developed by George Mitchell, an Episcopalian from Houston, in the early 70’s. Mr. Mitchell encouraged the Bishop of the Diocese of Texas, Milton Richardson, to charter a church plant in Grogan’s Mill, the first village developed in The Woodlands. The bishop selected Fr. Robert Gibson, Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, to lead the mission. A vicarage was purchased on Crossvine Circle in 1976. Fr. Gibson and his family moved in and began contacting many local Episcopalians who were the first residents of The Woodlands.

If you are a visitor to our church community, we open our hearts to you in the love and fellowship of our Lord Jesus Christ. Please stop by our Visitors' Table for information about Trinity Episcopal Church.
OUR BELIEFS
At the root of our beliefs at Trinity Episcopal Church are the beliefs of the Episcopal Church, as outlined in the Catechism in the Book of Common Prayer, page 845.

The Book of Common Prayer was first published in England in 1549 and in addition to the Catechism it contains the forms for all of our worship services and prayers. Over the centuries it has been updated to conform to modern language while still remaining true to the ancient liturgical practices that are the foundation of our faith. The Book of Common Prayer is used in churches in over 50 different countries and in over 150 different languages.

What this looks like in practice on a Sunday morning can be confusing! The Very Rev. Doug Travis wrote this wonderful explanation called “Why Do Episcopalians Do That?” that can help you understand why and when we stand, bow, and kneel.

OUR FUTURE
Our future is an expansion of who we are today: a dedicated community of people who are welcoming and loving.

Trinity currently hosts over 70 ministries and provides meeting space for more than 850 people each week in 17 different recovery groups as well as in art, music, fitness and English language classes. To better serve these ministries, as well as to continue to grow and serve the community, we have adopted a Master Plan that will expand and improve our facilities.

The plan includes new campus entrances that invite and guide the visitor and member alike as well as new fellowship and gathering space and new community, performance, recreation, arts, outreach and administration spaces.

Other new features include a multi-purpose community space that can seat 800 people for conferences or performances and also function as a mini-gym for indoor play and recreation. A key addition will be new “chapel in the woods” for weddings, funerals and small worship services of 200-250 attendees.

When construction is complete, building space on the new campus will more than double to nearly 62,000 square feet to maximize site usage while maintaining natural spaces and views of the exterior gardens and woodlands.

For more information on how you can get involved in our Trinity Tomorrow campaign or to make a donation, please contact Stoney Cox at 713.591.0558 or coxstoney@gmail.com.

OUR HISTORY
The Woodlands was developed by George Mitchell, an Episcopalian from Houston, in the early 70’s. Mr. Mitchell encouraged the Bishop of the Diocese of Texas, Milton Richardson, to charter a church plant in Grogan’s Mill, the first village developed in The Woodlands. The bishop selected Fr. Robert Gibson, Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, to lead the mission. A vicarage was purchased on Crossvine Circle in 1976. Fr. Gibson and his family moved in and began contacting many local Episcopalians who were the first residents of The Woodlands.

If you are a visitor to our church community, we open our hearts to you in the love and fellowship of our Lord Jesus Christ. Please stop by our Visitors' Table for information about Trinity Episcopal Church.
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  • Activities and Ministries:
    • Bible Study
    • Children
    • Community Outreach
    • Men
    • Music
    • Nursery
    • Parents
    • Preschool
    • Prison
    • Seniors
    • Women
    • Youth
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