The people of Trinity Church, drawn from the many sorts and conditions that make up the community of Greater Torrington, are called together by the Holy Spirit to seek Christ in communion and to share the vitality of the Episcopal tradition, driven by that call, we care for one another and serve the world. In the Episcopal Church of America (ECUSA) each parish is a discrete body that worships together, engages in outreach and service to the community and nourishes each other in spiritual development. Individual parishes are led by a Rector who works with a paid staff and a body of elected lay people (the Vestry) to design and direct the business of the church in worship, prayer, education, pastoral care, financial health, care of the physical plant and outreach. Vestry members serve in rotating three year terms. The Vestry is led by an executive council of two wardens, a treasurer and a clerk. The business of the church is conducted at monthly Vestry meetings and at the Annual Meeting each January.