611 West Berry Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46802  |   (260) 423-1693



On the corner of Broadway and Berry, in downtown Fort Wayne, sits an old stone church. Disciples of Jesus Christ have gathered at Trinity Episcopal Church for more than 175 years. They have served those in need, and each other; they have planted new churches, and they have worked together to help bring to fruition God’s dream for all of God’s children. This old stone church houses a rich and storied history, but our history does not define the present… or our future.

At Trinity, all people are welcomed and encouraged to grow into the full image of God. Regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, race, or physical ability we believe that God loves you… no exceptions. We have more questions than answers, but we commit to journeying together on the path of love that is the way of Jesus Christ. We believe, but pray for the strength to overcome our disbelief. We are sinners with pasts, and saints in the making.

Life is made of moments; whether we are 7 months, 17 years, 37 years, or 77 years old, we all need each other to live fully in these moments. We need one another to become peacemakers in a violent world. To become healers, rather than people who bring harm. To become holy listeners, rather than those who judge without compassion.

There are so many ways to get involved at Trinity, and you are welcome to do as much or as little as you wish. Just know that there are book groups, women’s groups, Bible studies…numerous volunteer and outreach opportunities. Some specific opportunities for fellowship, formation, and service include… young adult ministry, trinity laundry ministry, altar guild, children’s chapel and formation, partnerships with local elementary schools, usher’s ministry, lector’s, group spiritual direction, and much more.

To learn more, read our History and Faith, our Statements of Faith. and What Being an Episcopal Church Means.

Worship & Gathering Schedule

Holy Eucharist, Rite I Sundays @ 8am
Holy Eucharist, Rite II Sundays @ 10:15am
Sacred Space @ 5pm (4th Sunday of the month ONLY)
Open chapel & nave hours for private prayer

All Sunday services will be held in the Nave unless stated otherwise.

Visit the events page for more information

Parking Information

Parking is available in our lot on the south side of the church off of Wayne St. (also accessible via alley off of Fulton St. and Broadway). Additionally, street parking is available on Berry St., Fulton St. and Wayne St. Street parking is free on weekdays after 5pm and all day on weekends.

Worship & Gathering Times

Worship Times

Sundays in the Nave:

Holy Eucharist, Rite I @ 8am
Holy Eucharist, Rite II @ 10:15am

Open chapel & nave hours for private prayer.

Sacred Space

Christian Formation

Sunday Morning :
9:00 am – 10:00 am – Sunday School for adults, youth, and kids (during the school year)

Tuesday Morning :
9:30 am – 10:30 am – Morning Prayer @ West Central Coffee/Davey’s Delicious Bagels
Join us for an in-person Morning Prayer gathering at our neighborhood coffee shop, West Central Coffee! Parking is available at the church (it’s a 2 block walk from here) or in their lot (off the alley behind the shop). We are excited to gather with you!

Please check the calendar of events to see our Christian formation schedule.


T.J. Freeman

T.J. Freeman has served as the 19th Rector (senior pastor) of Trinity Church since July of 2017. Previously he served as Curate and then Associate Rector at Calvary Episcopal Church in Pittsburgh, PA.

T.J. and his wife Annie are both native Hoosiers and graduates of Hanover College in Madison, IN. They have two school-age children.

T.J. has served the Episcopal Church in various roles both at the local and national levels. He is a lifelong Cubs fan, an unaccomplished artist, and someone who enjoys fall more than any other season.

wayne peterson
Wayne Peterson

Music Director

Jessica Larimer
Jessica Larimer

Office Administrator

Elliot Harrod

Director of Christian Formation

Joshua Gale

Assistant for Preaching

Carlton Brodie