Mother Linda Decker was our Celebrant on Sunday, April 24, 2022, on the Second Sunday of Easter. Mother Linda delivered a powerful sermon that consists of her reading of The Creation by James Weldon Johnson – 1871-1938 and providing her context. You can watch her sermon here on YouTube.Read more
Trinity is creating a phone tree to make sure our local congregation is okay and informed. If you haven’t received a call and would like to be a part, please contact Barb Zipf at 268-9564. We wish you wellness, safety, and peace.Read more
March 8th… NOW BOOKING! Our annual Whale Watch Fundraiser is a great opportunity to get out on the water to play with the whales and to support the four Episcopal churches on Maui. It’s also a great opportunity for fellowship among all four congregations! Step aboard the Pacific Whale Foundation’s...Read more
February 24th… NOW BOOKING! Our annual Whale Watch Fundraiser is a great opportunity to get out on the water to play with the whales and to support the four Episcopal churches on Maui. It’s also a great opportunity for fellowship among all four congregations! Step aboard the Pacific Whale Foundation’s...
The roof and skylights on Kilolani Hall are being repaired/replaced. Construction begins this week and will last through mid-August. The Hall will be unavailable for use at least until the new roof is completed. Keep watching for updates. It will be wonderful to have a new roof and skylights that...
Trinity by the Sea joyfully announces the selection and arrival of its new Vicar! The Rev. Bruce DeGooyer’s first official service as Vicar occurs this week when he will be the celebrant and preacher at the monthly Hawaiian Sunday Eucharist at 9AM. The church is located at 100 Kulanihakoi Street...Read more
It’s official! Trinity Episcopal Church by-the-Sea has a Permanent Part-time Vicar! Reverend Bruce DeGooyer has accepted the position and will start on July 1, 2016. Thanks to the work started by Bishop Fitzpatrick in recruiting Fr Bruce and Fr Austin’s continued diligence, we have resolved the issue of having a...Read more
A Cup of Cold Water (ACCW) is a community Care-Van outreach program on the Island of Maui, formed by a group of committed Episcopalians from Good Shepherd, Holy Innocents, St. John’s and Trinity By-the-Sea. The program is a food and clothing distribution service for the poor and needy in the...Read more