Old Trinity Episcopal Church

  • Old Trinity Episcopal Church
  • Old Trinity Episcopal Church
  • Old Trinity Episcopal Church
  • Old Trinity Episcopal Church
  • Old Trinity Episcopal Church
  • Old Trinity Episcopal Church
  • Old Trinity Episcopal Church

Who We Are

Ancient, Modern Christian Church

Prepare to be transformed...

"Love one another as I have loved you."

It sounds simple enough, doesn't it? Like words you would hear a man and a woman exchange on their wedding day. But what about when "the fight" happens? The yelling, tears, and slammed door? Or later when your children are ill and you are exhausted? The house is a mess, bills are unpaid, and the thoughtless remarks begin. Now your teenager gets into trouble, and your elderly mother needs more emotional and financial help than you can give.

What about that guy down the street who never mows his grass and has junk outside his garage? What about the woman who drinks too much and thinks no one notices? What about those teenagers with the skateboards always hanging around the convenience store "looking for trouble"? "Did you see that kids tattoos?"

What about those Hindus and Muslims that moved into town? What about all those people who are so very different than you? "They look and talk so differently. And do you notice how they keep to themselves? Why should I love all these people anyway?"

"Love one another as I have loved you." Not so easy, is it?

Now comes the amazing part. The part where you are transformed. The part where you understand.

It happens with the Holy Spirit. Sounds crazy, huh? But it is true. It is just as real as the sun and stars and the smartphone or computer that you are using to read this. Email us, call us, walk in this Sunday at 10 am. Right now. Today. Our new priest's name is Aaron. His sermons are incredible. The Anglican traditions of common prayer and using scripture, other Christians and our minds to guide us? They are incredible practices as well.

The Episcopal Church is a community of Christians who embrace aspects of worship from the very beginnings of Christianity and weaves them into a contemporary, real experience like no other. Absolutely everyone is welcome. To are invited to join us this Sunday at 10 am and prepare to be transformed.





Our Services

Service Times

  • 10:00am - Traditional Service


Aaron Gerlach

Aaron Gerlach

Fr. Aaron is a native of South Dakota and grew up on a family farm. He spent 10 years teaching in the public schools of northwest Illinois before discerning a call to the priesthood. In 2006, he moved to Ohio to attend Bexley Hall Seminary and been here ever since serving St. Mark's in Sidney and St. James in Piqua before becoming the Rector of Old Trinity in Tiffin.

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