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Our Bicentennial


Romanza Festival Comes To Trinity Parish
Saturday, May 15th at 7:30 pm in Trinity Hall
Join us for an exciting musical treat! This headlining event for the Romanza Festival will feature a performance by vocalist Akia Uwanda McDaniel. A Jacksonville native, Ms. Uwanda has opened for Earth, Wind and Fire. She has performed at venues such as the Four Seasons Hotel in Houston; Carnegie Hall; in Italy and in South Korea, and now: Trinity Hall.
Here is all the info from the Romanza website:
Voices of Trinity’s Past
Sundays at 10 AM in Trinity Hall & Zoom


May 16 David Allert

May 23 Brian Smith

May 30 Deena Galantowicz

June 6 David Weidner

Speaker Series
Thursdays at 7 PM in The Church

May 20th: Dr Roger Smith “The English Period in St. Augustine 1763-1783.”

June 17th: Actor Lee Weaver presents the one man play “The Witness” based on the real events surrounding Dr Martin Luther King’s visit to St. Augustine in 1964.

Sept. 9th: Charles Tingley, Senior Librarian of the St. Augustine Historical Society speaks on: The Territorial Period of Florida and St. Augusitne 1821-1845.

Upcoming Events
  • June 26 – Church Social.
  • October 15-17 – Grand Gala Bicentennial Celebration with surprises of all kinds.
  • November 10 – Celebrate America patriotic service honoring our veterans.  This year will be the 13th year Trinity has offered this tribute to our community.
  • December 24 after the Christmas Eve service – We will have a brief ceremony to place our carefully filled Trinity Time Capsule to be opened in 2046!  Be thinking of things to go in it…
  • Now if anything specifically “whets your whistle” and you want to help in that area, please email Nancy Birchall.  Remember, also, we have even more on the docket and are waiting for other Trinity associated groups to tell us what they want to do and when.

We are Trinity Parish…Florida’s oldest Episcopal Parish.

God bless us all as we gear up for Joyful Fun in 2021.

Time Capsule

For those of you who have not had the opportunity to be inside the church recently, due to the “virus”,   transformation of the lobby cabinet into our Bi-Centennial “Time Capsule” is progressing.  Glass has replaced the original door panel, which has been saved to become the front of the “Capsule” containment box,   for a more cohesive look with the exterior.   There is already a lock on the cabinet door and the interior is lit.   The interior measurements of the cabinet itself are 12” deep, 28” wide and 71” high.  The containment box will be constructed to fit within these measurements.  A brass plaque will be placed on the front of the containment box, indicating the placement date of December 25, 2021 and an opening date in 2046.



Attention All Trinity Ministries

We are inviting each Trinity ministry to design and produce a unique and creative representation of their ministry as of 2021 for inclusion in the Bicentennial Time Capsule. The Time Capsule will be opened in 2046. Think about something that would be engaging for you to discover in a Time Capsule from 25 years ago.  All of the submissions must fit in a capsule that measures approximately 60” tall, 24” wide and 10” deep. Note that your plan (description of your submission) must be submitted for approval by March 31, 2021.

Timeline for submissions:

Jan thru Mar. 31, 2021
Ministries submit their suggestions in writing to the committee for review.

April thru June 30, 2021)
Committee review, approval and notification regarding submissions.

July thru October 30, 2021)
Submissions will be physically presented in final form to the committee.

Nov. 21, 2021
Submissions will be displayed at the Thanksgiving Dinner for the congregation to view prior to placement in the Time Capsule.

Dec. 24/25, 2021
Placement ceremony of our “Time Capsule” after the 11pm Christmas Eve Service.

Stay tuned for other opportunities to participate in this project!

If you need ideas, or have any questions, please email Leslie Wilson: