You become a member of Trinity by registry of baptism or by transfer of membership.
Infants and people that have not previously been baptized become members of Trinity Church and the Episcopal Church by being baptized at Trinity. Once you are baptized at Trinity you are considered a member until you transfer your membership to another church. If you move or stop participating in the life of the church, your membership may be inactivated, but you are still a member.
If you are coming to Trinity from another denomination, you can become a member by presenting proof of baptism at a church in another denomination to the Administrator or if baptismal records are not available, the Rector may allow applicant for membership to verbally avow baptism in another denomination
If you are already an Episcopalian, you become a member of Trinity by transferring your membership from your previous church of membership.
Learn more about the Episcopalian faith and Trinity with our Inquirer’s Classes.