Trinity Episcopal Church, situated on the corner of Fourth and Bird Streets in the historic downtown Central Park District of Hannibal. Trinity is a vibrant, creative and inclusive church, open to all who are looking for a church home.
Consecrated in 1860, this historic church, with its signature red doors and impressive bell tower, features beautiful architecture and stained glass windows by Charles Booth, Emil Frei and Tiffany. Tours of the Sanctuary are offered throughout the year.
Worship on Sunday morning is the cornerstone of our life as a congregation. Services are led by our priest, The Reverend Dawn-Victoria Mitchell. All baptized persons are welcome to receive Communion in the Episcopal Church.
Trinity Episcopal Church offers something for everyone. Small adult groups include weekly Bible Study, Women of Trinity, Alter Guild, St. Loren's Men's Fellowship, Outreach and Stewardship, as well as an active youth group.
Community Outreach is very important at Trinity. A Neighborhood Outreach Breakfast is offered the second Saturday of each month, from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. A food collection is held on the third Sunday of each month in support of the Douglass Community Center Outreach Program.
The Guild Hall Art Gallery at Trinity features monthly exhibits by local artists, providing another outlet for the thriving Hannibal Arts Community. Viewing hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Parishioners participate in Hannibal's July 4th and Historic Autumn Folklife Festivals, raising funds through sandwich sales at their "Heavenly Pork" booth.
Trinity recently spearheaded a major fundraising project, raising more than $6,000 to build two wells to provide fresh water for the Elelem and Amala communities in Nigeria, Africa.
You are invited to worship with us at Trinity Episcopal Church, 213 North Fourth Street, Hannibal, Missouri. For information, please call 573.221.0298 or email us.