With the outbreak of COVID-19, we are not currently holding in-person services and all other church activities are on pause until further notice. You will find our recorded sermons on the Sermons webpage. Please check back to see when services will resume. We look forward to seeing you then.

Whether you are looking for a new church home or considering the claims of the Christian faith, you are welcome! We hope you’ll visit us this Sunday.

Fall & Spring Worship: Services at 8:45am & 11:00am

Summer Schedule: Begins in May when we move to one service at 10am

Foundations Classes Between Services: Available Fall and Spring

A Night of Praise and Healing Prayer: 3rd Sunday of the month, 5-6pm

100 East Peace Street
Raleigh, NC 27604


Many churches today have different kinds of services for different ages of people. At Holy Trinity Anglican we believe it’s important for the church to worship together, regardless of age, background or taste. Making worship less about our preferences helps make our worship less about us and more about God. Our hope is that you will experience an approach to worship that is God-centered, creative and powerful.

We do this through the use of both ancient and modern music, language and art. This includes Christian prayers, creeds and scripture that have been used in the Church since its earliest days. Specifically, we worship in the prayer book tradition of the Anglican Church, which includes the sacraments (the Lord’s Supper and Baptism), singing (both hymns and praise songs) and the preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. All of these things free us to worship God with all that we are — our hearts, minds and bodies!

We have a dedicated Prayer Corner in the sanctuary where our trained intercessors are available to pray with anyone during Communion and at the conclusion of our Sunday worship services. Be assured that your prayer requests remain confidential.

Our worship time typically lasts an hour and fifteen minutes and is followed by Foundations, our time of community discipleship where we learn what it means to follow Jesus together.

Most people dress semi-casual (some men wear coat and tie, while women wear dresses) to casual (pants, jeans, etc.), but we don’t really care what you wear! Everyone is welcome, and we invite you to come as you are!


We encourage children and their parents to worship together every Sunday. Children (K-5th grade) join us for community worship in the sanctuary before being invited to participate in Children’s Worship, a brief time of age appropriate praise and teaching during the sermon.


Learning to live with Jesus as Lord is a life-long process. But where do you start? And having begun, how do you keep growing? We developed Foundations to help answer those questions. From September-May from 10am-11am, we offer practical, Biblically-rich courses designed to help equip you to be a life-long follower of Christ.

Each year we offer “Discover Holy Trinity” (required for membership) and “Anglicanism” (required for confirmation). In addition, we regularly offer classes that will help you:

  • understand the Bible
  • connect to the Lord in prayer
  • share your faith with others
  • understand and use your gifts
  • understand key doctrines of the faith
  • engage with our culture

Join us starting Mar. 1-Apr. 5 for an exceptional line-up of Foundations classes offered between services, 10:05-10:50am.

For Adults

Discover Holy Trinity

Considering Holy Trinity as your new church home? Then please join us for this interactive class where you’ll hear our story and we’ll hear yours. We’ll answer questions, explore our core beliefs, look at the book of Mark together and help you get even more connected to this great community. This class is required for membership, the next step for an even richer experience at Holy Trinity. Led by Kendra Dillingham and clergy in Trinity House.


Rest in Turbulent Times: Exploring Augustine’s Confessions

Why am I so restless? Why do I experience so much angst and frustration in my daily life? Why are my achievements never enough? What is evil? Why am I drawn to it? Confessions is the story of a man who set out to find the answers, only to realize he’s looking in all the wrong places. At the end of the journey, he finds not just some answers, but he learns to ask the right questions, and most importantly, he discovers grace. He is found by the only One who can truly give rest. Join us on this journey through Confessions as we learn together how to find rest in turbulent times. Also, some of you will be interested to know that Confessions is an influential text in the New City Fellows program; this study is a wonderful opportunity to get a taste of the Fellows’ experience. Though not required, you are encouraged to read along. (Sarah Ruden’s translation recommended, which you can find on Led by Josh Chatraw in the Courtyard classroom upstairs.


For Students

The Real Jesus

Many of us have ideas about the character and reality of Jesus. However, do you know what Jesus says about himself? This 4-week series, beginning Feb. 16 and running to Mar. 8, will focus on the “I ams” of Jesus that are found within the Gospel of John. This youth Foundations series will break down what statements such as “I am the bread of life” actually mean, what they don’t mean, how they offer a different perspective from what the world offers and the ultimate implications of these truths for our lives. Donuts provided and the class will be taught by various teachers. Location: Student Ministry room upstairs.


For Kids – Two Options

Trinity Kids First Communion Class (Must be registered in advance)

This class is open to kids Kindergarten and up, runs Mar. 1-29 and culminates in First Communion on Palm Sunday, Apr. 5. Location: Adult classroom upstairs.

Trinity Kids Bible Club

This is your child’s opportunity to get to know and love their Bible through fun games and competition! Location: Kids’ classrooms upstairs.

Note: Foundations is not offered during the summer and Advent.




Join us for a special, casual evening of praise and worship, and come ready to encounter the living God. This informal service includes prayer, Scripture readings, songs of praise led by our contemporary music team and a brief sermon. We hope you’ll stay to visit with one another over refreshments in the lobby at the conclusion of the service. Come as you are, bring a friend and receive the blessing that comes from being in his presence.

For those of you who would like healing prayer*, you are invited to meet privately with members of our prayer team right after the service. They have received intensive training in healing prayer and pray faithfully according to Scripture. Be assured that your prayer requests remain confidential.

The Praise service is from 5-6pm every third Sunday except for June and July:

  • August 18, 2019
  • September 15, 2019
  • October 20, 2019
  • November 17, 2019
  • December 14, 2019
  • January 19, 2020
  • February 16, 2020
  • March 15, 2020
  • April 19, 2020
  • May 17, 2020

Childcare is provided, and ample parking is available.


*Healing prayer is prayer for the healing of anything that makes us ill or robs us of health and wholeness of mind, body and spirit.