100 NE First Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
Phone: (352) 372-4721
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Parish members provide hospitality following the 8:00 a. m. and 10:30 a.m. worship services, bringing sweet and savory treats for all to enjoy. For the 8:00 or 10:30 a.m. service, contact Dee Dugger, wl2d2@bellsouth.net



"Foyers" are small groups of parishioners who gather to love one another, share a simple meal, and enjoy fellowship. Groups of 6-8 people meet once a month for dinner in members’ homes, with the role of host rotating each month. Twice a year, the groups are reorganized: fall/winter groups, in late September; spring/summer groups, in February. Foyers provide opportunities to develop new friendships and deepen old ones, making our large parish feel smaller and warmer. The uniqueness of Foyers is its lack of formal structure, its openness of communication, and its free access given to the Spirit. Contact: Dee Dugger, wl2d2@bellsouth.net


The Guild provides a reception following funerals or memorial services for parishioners in order to give family members a pleasant setting to greet friends and share in fellowship. Most of the refreshments are prepared and provided by members of the Guild. Anyone interested to help is welcome to join the Guild and to be called upon occasionally to provide this comforting assistance to families. Contact: Dilon Ellis, dellis1946@earthlink.net, or the parish office, 372-4721


The Archives team members maintain the historic memorabilia of the church—pictures, histories and documents. In addition, members create displays, keep an annual digest of events (The Retrospective), and write a monthly historical note for the Newsletter. Contact: Carolyn Horter, hortercs@gmail.com.

The Webteam designs and maintains the HT website: <holytrinitygnv.org> and contributes to church publications and other media presentations.


Volunteer in the parish office during the week weekdays to assist with office work, answering telephones, and greeting visitors. Meet once a month with the “Holy Folders” to prepare the Holy Trinity Parish Newsletter for mailing. Contact Kathi Schibuola, kaschi7@yahoo.com


Parents, have a night out on us! Once a month, during the school year, qualified adults take care of the children while parents enjoy carefree time together. Infants and children (up to 5th grade) are welcome to participate. Please bring a brown bag dinner for your child. Contact: Kristen Bryant, Director of Children and Youth Ministries, Kristen@holytrinitygnv.org


The Library — an over 3,000 volume treasure trove — contains information, study materials, and casual materials, all connected to religion. and all available for borrowing by parishioners. There is information about the Episcopal Church, non-Christian religions, the sacraments, the life of Jesus, prayer, God, history of Christianity, meditation, etc. There are also works of fiction and mysteries, along with a small collection of DVDs and journals. Those checking out books should fill out the card in the back of the book and leave it at the librarian’s desk. Returned materials should be left on the librarian’s desk. Contact Jane Mitchell, janemitchelljem@cox.net


The circle provides support, fellowship, and spirituality to its members and outreach needs to the church and community. Through projects, proceeds, and close fellowship, we work to meet the needs of others. Each meeting consists of devotional prayers, project reports, and inspirational programs, followed by a beautiful luncheon. The circle meets the second Tuesday of each month, September through May, at 10:00 a.m., in the parish hall. It is the parent organization of the Holiday Bazaar and The Shop at Holy Trinity. Contact: Deirdre Fogler, chair, foglerd@gmail.com

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TWENTIES and THIRTIES (20’s-30’s)

The Holy Trinity 20s/30s group includes singles, dating, new parents, students, young professionals, newlyweds, and much many more. Though we come from different walks of life, we share the commonality of the 20s and 30s age and our faith. Our monthly brunch is held every second Sunday at a restaurant of the group’s choice in Gainesville. God & Guinness night is every fourth Tuesday, where we gather to discuss faith, theology, or just life over beverages and food. If interested in joining the 20s/30s group, contact Jessica Nelson, nelson.5.jessica@gmail.com or Megan Lewis, themeglew@gmail.com


Marriage is a joyous celebration and is considered a Holy Sacrament in the Episcopal faith. Wedding Guild members work with brides and grooms, and with the clergy, as all prepare for this very special occasion. Contact: Ellyn Radson, radsonea@gmail.com