Our chapel services highlight that we are all God's children and are accorded with dignity and worth. We celebrate the positive contributions of other faiths within the Episcopal framework of embracing diversity.

Lower School and Middle School students actively participate in chapel services by reading scripture, prayers, leading of the children's creed, performing skits, and leading in music. 

Grade-level chapels are offered on Wednesdays, whereas kindergarten through 8th grade Community Chapel is held on Fridays and are attended by the whole Trinity community.

  • Greet the Week: All faculty, staff and students gather in Jamie’s Courtyard each Monday morning to start the week with scripture, prayer, songs, the Pledge of Allegiance, our Honor Code and general student-led school announcements for that week.
  • Grade-Level Chapels: Students participate in either K-2nd, 3rd-5th or 6th-8th grade Chapels on Wednesdays.
  • Community Chapel: We end the week together with faculty, staff, students and parents in an all-school gathering in our Gymnasium each Friday morning. As a school within the Episcopal tradition, Trinity embraces the celebrating of diverse expressions of spirituality as an important component to the well-rounded formation of our young people. Accordingly, we have had outside chapel speakers from Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Bahai, as well as from various Christian denominations.