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Statement of Purpose

To welcome and encourage
all in our journey
with Christ

To provide a loving,
active environment
for Christian worship,
learning and service

To utilize our Episcopal
heritage and our unique
gifts, resources and blessings
as a witness in the


Trinity Church, Augusta Parish, established in 1746
History & Genealogy Resources

The History of the Trinity Churchyard, Compiled by Elizabeth Hullihen
This history and guide to the graves present in the Trinity Churchyard was first produced in the 1950's or 1960's and contains an index of the names of those buried in the churchyard and a list of the grave inscriptions catalogued by their location on the property. The Guide was updated in 2005, so an additional index is at the end of the booklet.

A Short Tour of Trinity Church
This is our self guided tour of the church.

Trinity Church - Augusta Parish 1746-1996, By Nancy Sorrells, Katharine Brown and Susanne Simmons
Published in celebration of the 250th anniversary of the founding of the Parish, this book is the definitive parish history including extensive descriptions of windows, and biographical information about parish clergy and personalities. The book is available for $20.00 in the parish office.

Trinity Church/Augusta Parish 1746
This softbound large format book is filled with pictures of the church, grounds and windows. It was compiled in 2007 and is available for $10.00 at the parish office.

In the Parish Office
The parish office maintains member registers from 1850 until present day of births, baptisms, confirmations, marriages and burials. Please call to make an appointment to view these materials.

On the grounds
The Trinity graveyard is open to visitors at any time. The graves still in place represent a large percent, but not all, of the souls buried in the yard.

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