Holy Trinity began modestly and organically. A small group of folks who lived in Chatham County gathered regularly to share life as friends and fellow followers of Jesus who worship in the Anglican tradition. They read and discussed C.S. Lewis books. They prayed for each other. Over time, the small group grew in numbers and in the conviction God was calling them to break new ground to plant a faithful, vibrant Anglican church in this community.
In early 2011, they held a series of "Come and See" services. Surprisingly, people came. They wanted to join in this new work. Holy Trinity opened its doors for Sunday morning services in September of that year.
Church of the Holy Trinity's first location for worship was above a bar in Pittsboro (see the header image). They soon outgrew that space and moved to Evergreen United Methodist Church in North Chatham. In 2016, we moved to our current Sunday morning home - Reeves Auditorium in the North Carolina Botanical Garden.