The Episcopal Church is sometimes described as the Church where people use their minds, as well as their hearts, when responding to the divine mystery in their lives. This approach creates a broad and diverse community of believers, all seeking to honor God and God's desire for the world.
The American Episcopal Church grew out of the Church of England. Its approach to the Christian faith has been a spirituality of grace rather than guilt, and has sought a "middle way" between Protestantism and Roman Catholicism. This middle way continues to be a component of church life today. Church life and ministry are based on scripture, as interpreted through the filters of tradition and reason.
Episcopal worship centers on the Eucharist (communion), which is offered every week. Trinity Episcopal offers different types of services, from quiet, contemplative worship, to a more traditional service. See our web site for detailed information. Trinity invites Ashland visitors and residents to enjoy our community labyrinth and garden, which is available at any time. Whether you are a lifelong Episcopalian, someone craving meaningful community, or a parent who desires strong, progressive moral values for your children -- no matter where you are on your spiritual journey -- Trinity Episcopal Church welcomes you.