Upcoming Events

Community Conversations 

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 215 Ann St., Beaufort, invites you to a series of Community Conversations, important issues in our community.

These conversations are open to the public and all are invited to attend.

We begin with refreshments at 6:45 pm, with the program running from 7:00 – 8:00 pm in the Parish Hall. 

For further information contact the church at 252-728-3324.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018 – Dementia and Alzheimer’s – What can I do? – Dr. Frieda Menzer, Board Certified in Internal Medicine, is a physician in practice in Morehead City. Alzheimer’s is a disease that is irreversible, a progressive brain disorder that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills, and eventually the ability to carry out the simplest of tasks. How do individuals and families recognize the symptoms in loved ones, and how can they care for their loved ones?

Palm Sunday, March 25th, during the 8 and 10:45 am liturgies, we will read the Passion Gospel from Mark in various parts.

Easter Sunday, April 1 – Services at 7 am, 9:30 am and 11:15 am

Sunday, April 15 – Trinity Center Open House 2-4 PM

There will be tours of the facilities and information for everyone who wants to learn more about their many programs.  Sound to Sea and Camp Trinity will be providing games, crafts, activities, s’mores, the campfire circle, and more.  A Friends of Trinity presentation will be held at 4 PM in the Beach House. In preparation, they will both explain the Friends of Trinity initiative and provide information about how to become a Friend of Trinity. A complimentary picnic dinner at the Pavilion will follow. This event is free and open to the public. Bring the family and explore all they have to offer!

August 16-19
The Diocese of East Carolina Conference on Church Music in the Anglican Tradition at Trinity Center brings choir members, organists, and
choirmasters together under the direction of a guest clinician. Clinicians are accomplished musicians who are known in their field for musical excellence, holding prominent leadership positions in church music. The Conference gives participants an opportunity to expand their knowledge of
musical resources available for the congregation and choir as well as offers an opportunity to share ideas, reunite with friends and sing in a large
choir…. all in a beach setting at Trinity Center at Salter Path, NC.
We welcome Malcolm Archer to Trinity Center to be the clinician for the 30th Annual Conference on church music August 16-19, 2018.
Malcolm is a renowned British composer, conductor, recitalist, and organist, currently serving at Winchester College in the United Kingdom.
If you are involved in church music, you have likely sung or played one or more of his compositions.
Conference information and online registration can be found on the website of the Diocese of East Carolina. Contact Kent Saunders
(kentsjr@gmail.com), Conference Registrar, with questions regard ing lodging and meals at Trinity Center.
Contact the Rev’d Canon Sonny Browne (sbrowne@diocese-eastcarolina.org) with questions about the conference’s sessions.
July 16-20 – Vacation Bible School — Details Coming!