A Community of Godís People
Trinity Episcopal Church is a community of people gathered together to find Godís meaning and joy for ourselves and our families. We share, we worship and grow in Godís name. Renewed spiritually, we are challenged to make a difference in this world.
Trinity Episcopal Church reflects the heritage and history of Grand Ledge. The English gothic style building was built in 1912.
Stained glass windows adorn all sides of the church. The magnificent resurrection window and eight nave windows featuring scenes from the life of Christ and the large Evangelists window were designed and built in 1913 by the John J. Kinsella Studios of Chicago. It is uncertain who executed the myriad of smaller windows in the narthex. Traditional carved oak furnishings add to the splendor of the historic stained glass windows and surroundings.
Trinity has a fine Austin pipe organ built for the church in 1913. Modern amenities include a small play area outside for children, handicap accessibility to the sanctuary, ceiling fans and sound system. All add convenience to the building's traditional charm.
A walking tour of the church is available to visitors during regular office hours or by appointment.
You will be at home hereóthis is Godís House.
Trinity is... a special place... a holy place... an exciting place... a place to be rooted with Godís people.
We are on a journey of faith and invite you to join us.