Trinity Church

An Episcopal church in Everett, WA
Trinity Church

Plan Your Visit

Address
2301 Hoyt Ave
Everett, WA 98201

Phone
(425) 252-4129

Website

Directions
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Who We Are

We're Vibrant, We're Christ Centered, We're Family. We are committed to transforming lives through the love of Christ by worship, education, and service. Inspired by our vision, we embrace God's call to be a church with open hearts and open minds. We acknowledge the gifts of all generations, ethnicities, sexual orientations, political alliances, and economic status. We flourish with our diversity of idea and opinions about worldly things but become one in the expression of our shared spiritual values. We are truly a church in which "all are welcome, all are welcome, all are welcome in this place"

About Us

Vibe
Casual, Traditional Liturgy, Creative, Down to Earth, Downtown, Spirit-filled, Friendly, Progressive, Conservative, Gay affirming, Inclusive, Historic, Multigenerational, Neighborhood-focused, Young families

Programs
Community Service, Faith and Work, Children's Ministry, Youth Group, Choir, Missions, Nursery, Adult Education, Social Justice

Music
Traditional Hymns, Contemporary, Organ, Passionate Reverent

Denomination
Episcopal

Networks

Size
Medium

Language
English

Founded
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Our Services

What are services like?
* Saturday 5:30 PM - Rite II (contemporary language) no music at this service. * Sunday 8:00 AM - Rite I (traditional language) cantor with congregational singing. * Sunday 10:00 AM - Rite II (contemporary language) Trinity Choir with congregational singing.

What is the community like?
We are a multi-generational congregation, and are services are all liturgically based. We have a wonderful Sunday School program. We have Church night on Wednesday nights from Fall until late Spring. We start out with a potluck and then adult forum on a multitude of topics. We have several guilds, ministries and committees to get involved with.

Leadership View all

Rachel Taber-Hamilton

With an academic background in circumpolar anthropology from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, folklore studies in Mesopotamian and ancient Mediterranean symbol systems at Indiana University Bloomington, and a member of the National Jesuit Honor Society related to her seminary training at Loyola University in Chicago, Rachel brings a wide breadth of study, field experience and historical insight to her preaching and teaching. During her 9 year tenure in the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, Rachel has served on several diocesan committees including: the Committee of Trainers in Anti-Racism, the First Nations (Indian) Committee, Ethnic Ministries, and Diocesan Council. For three years, she represented diocesan interests and programming to Governor Christine Gregoire’s Faith Advisory Board and served on the Washington State Disaster Preparedness Task Force. Additionally, Rachel served as Co-Chair of the Diocese of Olympia Bishop Search Committee in our recent diocesan bishop search process. She is currently an officer on the national church’s Executive Council Committee on Indigenous Ministries (ECCIM). A recipient of the Qualis Award for innovative quality improvements enhancing spiritual care delivery in the healthcare setting, Rachel is a Board Certified Chaplain with the national Association of Professional Chaplains. Certified in Pastoral Counseling, Rachel also holds certifications in Critical Incident Stress Debriefing for emergency responders, Crisis Intervention, Bereavement Counseling, Medical Ethics and Cultural Competency Training. An experienced and respected writer and lecturer, Rachel received a Polly Bond Award for Excellence in writing from the Episcopal Church Office of Communication in 2005. Her most recent publication is an article appearing in the October 2010 issue of an international church publication, the Anglican Theological Review. Celebrating 18 years of marriage to her one-and-only husband, The Rev. Nigel Taber-Hamilton, Rachel’s family also includes a Blue Merle Collie (Dougal) and two Snowshoe Siamese cats (Devon and Samantha). In addition to seventeen years in professional ministry in both healthcare and parish settings, Rachel was ordained on February 14, 2004 in a service held at her sponsoring parish, Trinity Episcopal Everett. Formerly serving as Rector at St. Stephen Episcopal in Oak Harbor and most recently as Director of Pastoral Care at MaineGeneral Hospital out of Augusta, Maine, Rachel is looking forward to coming home to serve as Trinity Episcopal Everett’s next Rector.

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