Trinity's outreach efforts seek to demonstrate care for all people throughout God's world, utilizing our principal parish resources: time, talent, and treasure. Everyone is encouraged to participate in its activities.
Pastoral Care Ministries
We are all called to Christ's ministry of offering God's love to each other - both by asking for love and support during times of adversity, and by offering our gifts to nurture those in their time of need, we together heal and become whole in Christ.
The 'Trinity Cares' team is a group of volunteers that coordinates and facilitates congregational needs in collaboration with Trinity's clergy.
As a people of God, Trinity offers prayers for those of the church, the community and the world who are in need.
There are many ways that Trinity offers prayerful support. One way is through a prayer list that is shared with a small number of parishioners that intentionally pray for those in need.
new to trinity?
Trinity welcomes you with open arms. We hope you will feel at home, and embraced by God. Our pastor and priest, The Rev. Rick Vinson is happy to meet and discuss any questions you may have.
Trinity is an active community that encourages all to reflect the loving grace and gifts of God and applying our many and varied talents and gifts in the opportunities for ministry.
Newcomer dinners are scheduled throughout the year. All interested should call the Church Office at 215-297-5135 for dates and signup.
EPIC Community Peacemeal
Trinity Church Solebury, Trinity Church Buckingham, and St. Philips Episcopal Church in New Hope collaborate to host dinners and entertainment for people in our community impacted by HIV/AIDS on the first Sunday of the month, beginning at 3 PM at Trinity Buckingham Church. We provide not only a meal but also loving, non-judgmental fellowship.
The Trinity Youth Group's annual trip to Philadelphia in which they work for a week and transform an abandoned lot into a garden or playground with the help of local residents and members of St. Thomas African Episcopal Church in Philadelphia.