Trinity Episcopal Church
218 E Benton St * Aurora, IL 60505 * 630-897-7283
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May God, who created the animals of this earth as a help to us, continue to protect and sustain us with the grace his blessing brings, now and forever.



Trinity is a proud member of the Episcopalian Diocese of Chicago and follows in the Anglican Tradition.

Trinity is a welcoming Church that embraces all who seek Him to join us in worship and fellowship.

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Services

20th Sunday after Pentecost
October 2nd-
Morning Prayer and pet blessing in the Church at 9 AM with music and fellowship

Wednesday  October 5th- 
Morning Prayer at 8 AM followed by Bible Study in the Guild Room

Thursday October 6th- Holy Eucharist at Noon in the Parish Hall, followed by the Sandwich Board Luncheon



Save the date!
October 9th,
Parish Picnic
Burgers and Brats will be provided, bring a dish to pass!   Austin Park, Montgomery. (Rt 25, just north of Mill St.)







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We welcome you to Trinity Episcopal Church's Website! We strive to keep it up to date and meaningful.  Come back often to check out our upcoming events. 

 Trinity is a welcoming, friendly congregation of people journeying together toward Christ and striving to embody his commandment to love our neighbors as we love ourselves. The Episcopal Church welcomes all baptized people to share the Eucharist. Join us as we celebrate our lives in Christ.

 The Episcopal Service will be very familiar to Catholics and Lutherans. We welcome the disillusioned and the outcast, those who have never welcomed Jesus into their life or who have a renewed need for Him to be in their life. Come join us as we seek Christ, together! "Gracious God, you are close to us no matter how far we feel from you: draw us into the very heart of your grace and help us to live into the truth that nothing in all creation can separate us from your love in Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen"