About Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity was founded in 1894 as a mission of what was then the Diocese of Ohio but now is the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio, which is part of The Episcopal Church in the United States of America and the world-wide Anglican Communion.  Holy Trinity became a regular parish of the Diocese of Southern Ohio in 1969.

To read a brief history of Holy Trinity, click here.

About the Episcopal Church

The mission of the Episcopal Church, as stated in the Book of Common Prayer Catechism (p. 855) is "to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ."  To find out more about the Episcopal Church, click on any of the links below or call the office (513-523-7559) and one of our priests would be happy to answer your questions.

What is The Episcopal Church about?

News about the Episcopal Church in the USA

Meet Michael Curry, the new Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the USA

The Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio

New from the Episcopal diocese of southern ohio

See and hear Bishop Thomas Breidenthal's sermon at the the 141st Convention of the DSO.

The Anglican Communion

Primates of the Anglican Communion vote to censure the Episcopal Church in the USA

     Primates of the Anglican Communion in Session at Canterbury Cathedral

     Primates of the Anglican Communion in Session at Canterbury Cathedral

A Response from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

A response from Bishop Thomas Breidenthal, Diocese of Southern Ohio