Holy Trinity Episcopal School embraces the Episcopal traditions and principles that are recognized by the National Association of Episcopal Schools. Each school week begins with Monday morning chapel where students, faculty and staff come together for worship. Daily worship is held in the classroom with a focus on celebrating God's love and grace.
As an independent Episcopal school, Holy Trinity Episcopal School is not governed by an individual parish in our community. We are grateful for the Episcopal Church congregations that have and continue to serve our school. Holy Eucharist is celebrated once a month during our Monday chapel, and often led by clergy from Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Kingwood or Christ the King Episcopal Church. We welcome parents, grandparents and community friends to join us for chapel, Pet Blessing Day, Ash Wednesday, or other religious celebrations on o campus.
In addition, Episcopal schools:
- Come together for regular chapel and worship services that are creative, age-appropriate, inclusive, and grounded in the traditions of the Episcopal Church.
- Value and emphasize a community life in which the physical, spiritual, and emotional health of all are supported and nurtured.
- Engage in a study of religion that is academically substantive, age-appropriate, and fosters dialogue with other faith traditions.
- Integrate the ideals and concepts of equity, justice, and a just society throughout the life of the school.