Welcome to Holy Trinity’s Family Ministry page!



  Each Sunday, beginning mid August through mid May we offer Sunday school for ages 4K -12th. Nursery is available for infants to 3 years. Sunday school begins after breakfast at 9:30 am. We will gather in the Parish Hall (building across from the main chapel) to break off into classes. Our Sunday school consists of a lesson from  lessonplans.episcopalchurch.org.  For our youth who will be approaching confirmation age (16yrs), every third Sunday, they will meet with Mother Suz for confirmation prep. This will be on a two year cycle to be ready to confirm when the Bishop visits Holy Trinity.

  We welcome our children and youth to participate in our church services as an Acolyte. If you have a child age 5th grade and up interested in serving, please let Jerae know.

  Children’s service will be once each month, typically on the first Sunday at our 10:30 am service, unless noted otherwise in communications. The service will be condensed and geared for children.

  “Children’s Chapel”, is offered every Sunday during the 10:30 service except when we have a children’s service.  Children, ages 3 through 3rd grade who wish to attend are invited after the Collect of the Day to meet at the back of the Nave, they will return at the Peace portion of the service. During children’s church, we will focus on the reading of the gospel.

  Once a month we will have a different event for our families, children and youth. These will be communicated in churchwide communications and the calendar of events.

Email Jerae Wallace (Family Ministry Coordinator) to join our list and receive a weekly email notice of upcoming events. I am always available for any questions or needs. Follow Holy Trinity on our facebook page for up to date schedule changes and information. Keep up with our youth and all that they do by following us on instagram at htyouth_clemson.

Peace, Jerae


864-654-5071 (ext 105)




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