Trinity Episcopal Church, Meredith NH

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The mission of Trinity Episcopal Church, Meredith, is to worship God and strengthen our spiritual life through prayer, education and outreach. Working together as the family of Christ, we seek to share God’s love, throughout our church, the community, and the world.


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Sunday -9:30 AM
Rite II
 - Rite I during Advent and Lent

Sunday - 8:00 AM
 - Sundays Memorial Day - Labor Day

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Holy Eucharist – Sunday 9:30 AM

Come join us for Holy Eucharist and music, with choir singing on two Sundays of the month. Through the course of the year, we use Rite I and II, and a variety of Eucharistic prayers. The service is followed by coffee hour, and at times, an adult forum.

Holy Eucharist – Sunday 8 AM (Summer only)

This is a less formal Eucharist, with the intimacy of standing around the altar for the consecration. The service is held on Sundays from Memorial Day through Labor Day, and also on Columbus Day. We use Eucharistic Prayers from Enriching our Worship. It is normally a quiet service, with times of silence, and on occasion, music. A coffee hour follows this service.

Sunday School

1st & 3rd Sundays Educational opportunities are available for all youth and children, downstairs during the service. Everyone joins the worship for communion.
2nd Sundays A “children’s sermon” is offered to help make the sermon more accessible to children of all ages.
4th Sundays We highlight the participation of our youth members who already are involved in our life, and give them visible roles in the service.

Prayer Group (2nd Wednesdays)

The Prayer Group meets monthly, usually on the second Wednesday of the month, and prays daily for those in need. These members also read the intercessions each Sunday.

Eucharist at Golden View Health Care Facility (2nd Thursdays, 11 AM)

A service of Holy Eucharist is celebrated with residents of Golden View and members of Trinity. We sing hymns, read scripture, pray and share communion together. Golden View is located at 19 NH Route 104 Meredith, NH 03253. All are welcome.

Adult Education (Wednesdays)

5 PM Wednesday School Education Program.
6 PM All are welcome to share in a pot luck supper.
7 PM An informal celebration of the Holy Eucharist, honoring the saint of the day, including prayers for healing and anointing, and a shared conversation in place of the sermon. This is replaced by Evening Prayer on the first Wednesday of the month.

Kid’s Night Out (Sunday Evenings)

Once a month, on a Sunday evening (4-6:30), 6th - 12th graders are invited to come and share in activities, and have a meal together, which normally is prepared by the group. Teenagers from outside the congregation are very welcome to attend.

Education for Ministry (Tuesday Evenings)

Trinity is hosting an Education for Ministry program, which meets most Tuesday evenings during the academic year. This is an educational and spiritual program which includes Bible Study, theological reflection, and a focus on how each of us is invited to share in ministry.

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Trinity Parish Bulletin

Parish Leadership
Category Name Contact Information
Bishop The Rt. Rev. A. Robert Hirschfeld
Rector The Rev. Robin Thomas Soller
Curate The Rev. John Allen
Organist Carol Twomey
Choir Director Ron Ummel
Sexton Steve Johnson
Vestry Co-Warden Carla Horne
Co-Warden Don Margeson
Treasurer Mary Helen Stephens
Clerk Patricia L’Abbe
Members Jane Flynn
  Tiffany Grade
  Jody Hough
  Jackie Roy
  Alex Woody
  Tom Witham

Convocation & Convention Representation

Delegates Dottie Kraft
  Sue Witham
  Tom Witham
Alternates Donna Bull
  Emily Drake
The mission of Trinity Episcopal Church, Meredith is to worship God and strengthen our spiritual life through prayer, education and outreach. Working together as the family of Christ, we seek to share God’s love, throughout our church, the community, and the world. Gifts of time, treasure, and talent are integral to our Christian experience.

Trinity Church is self-sustained by the financial commitments of our parish community. Your financial support provides the funds for the operating budget of the parish, salaries for our rector and office staff, Christian education, and our music program.

Furthermore, this commitment allows us to bring Christ into the world through our commitment beyond our doors.

  • A minimum of 10% of the profits from each of our sponsored events goes to support outreach and ministry in our local community and abroad.
  • Each year, Trinity donates gifts and money to the Children of Incarcerated Parents (ChIPs) program, to allow each inmate to give each of their children a book and another item as a Christmas present. Our teenagers help in purchasing gifts with money that has been donated by church members.
  • Ongoing collection for the local food pantry
  • Support for the Children of Hope Foundation in Haiti, and their feeding and education ministry.
  • Support for the Masiphumelele Project in South Africa which was begun by a Trinity member.

If you are interested in supporting our work, please contact the parish office at 603-279-6689 or


1910 The “Mission of the Resurrection” admitted into union with the Episcopal Diocese of NH and attached to Laconia. Became inactive in 1913 and property sold in 1917.
1947 First Eucharist of the mission celebrated.
1948 Trinity was selected as the name of the mission. First service held in Chapel. Parish voted to purchase the Chapel for summer use while using the American Legion Hall and the Masonic Hall during the winter months.
1949 Trinity Church accepted as a Mission at the Diocesan Convention.
1952 The parish decided to build downtown, land acquired and by 1956 the parish voted to rescind downtown property and to build a winterized undercroft for the chapel on the hill.
1956 Little Green Church on the Hill moved 40 feet west to its current location on a permanent foundation. All winter services were held in the undercroft.
1962 Steeple dedicated.
1966 Services held year round in the sanctuary. New windows, a finished ceiling and outside clapboards were installed.
1967 The Rev William S. Cooper installed at the first “resident priest”.
1968 Dedication of our first organ.
1973 25th Anniversary celebrated by Bishop Philip Smith.
1974 Burning of the Church mortgage.
1983 Parking lot adjacent to the undercroft, leveled and paved.
1984 Stained Glass window is dedicated.
1995 The Rev. Robin Thomas installed as Vicar.
1997 Acquired “The Promised Land”: additional property to expand our footprint and add a lower parking lot. Four acres added for future expansion and to prevent encroachment of commercial growth.
1998 50th Anniversary celebrated with a Celebration of the Holy Eucharist by Bishop Theuner.
1999 Trinity Episcopal Church admitted as a Parish at the 197th Annual Convention of the Diocese of New Hampshire. The Rev Robin Thomas Soller becomes Rector.
2002 Additional entry space added to the church, along with the Rector’s office, a nursery, storage space and an elevator installed.
2006 Memorial Garden is dedicated.
Episcopal Resources
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Trinity Meredith
Diocese of NH
Episcopal Church
Anglican Communion
Book of Common Prayer
Lectionary Resources
Bible Resources
News &
Episcopal News Service
Province One
Episcopal Public Policy Network
Outreach Episcopal Relief and Development
The Hunger Site
Episcopalians for Global Reconciliation
Masiphumelele Township
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Trinity Episcopal Church

93 NH Route 25
PO Box 635
Meredith, NH 03253-0635



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The Rev. Robin Thomas Soller

Rev. Robin Thomas Soller

Carol Twomey

From Interstate 93
  • Take route 104 east until it ends
  • Turn left onto route 3
  • At the next traffic light, turn right onto route 25 E
  • Trinity will be one half mile on your right.
From the East
  • Take route 25 through Center Harbor
  • Travel about 4 more miles
  • Trinity will be past Inter-Lakes Schools, on your left, towards the bottom of the long hill.
From the North
  • Head south on Route 3 and 25
  • In downtown Meredith where the routes separate, follow Route 25 (turn left and east).
  • Trinity is one half mile on the right.

Trinity Episcopal Church | 93 NH Route 25, PO Box 635, Meredith, NH 03253-0635
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