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Welcome to Trinity Center, an island refuge on the Southern Outer Banks. Come and walk our beaches or stand and watch the sunset on our sound-side pier, and perhaps catch a glimpse of the snowy white egret or majestic blue heron.
Trinity Center is home to Camp Trinity, a residential Episcopal summer camp that allows campers to share in a Christian program that helps them grow spiritually and emotionally while giving them opportunities to develop new interests, skills, and friendships. It is also home to The Sound to Sea Environmental Education Program, the only residential environmental education program on the Outer Banks, which offers school groups a multi-disciplinary hands-on learning experience. And we have hands-on educational programs for adults as well through our Road Scholar programs.
Whether you are coming to our camp, environmental program, retreat house or conference center, our experienced and professional staff is waiting to help you plan and implement your experience.
Trinity Center welcomes guests of all ages and backgrounds to experience God's creation through work, study, and play on the North Carolina coast.
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Trinity Center on the Outer Banks of North Carolina and away from busy city life, has much to offer your organization.
Whether you need to find a place to retreat and refresh your staff, train new employees, or to plan your year . . . we offer a non-commercial atmosphere. We hope you will come here and let us help you complete those plans and enjoy the services of a staff that is …Read More »
In 1930 under Bishop Darst, a property was acquired on the Pamlico River in Washington to build Camp Leach as the Diocese of East Carolina's first camp and conference center. Camp Leach was home to the first Summer Camp for youth. Initially, this camp was only for white children. In 1955 at Ocean City Beach on Topsail Island, leadership from Historically Black Congregations in th…Read More »
Trinity Center is owned by the Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina. The Executive Director serves at the pleasure of the Bishop and Trinity Center's Board of Managers.
The primary purpose of Trinity Center is to accommodate groups from the Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina. We do, however, welcome groups from all church denominations and non-profit organizations. Trinity Center …Read More »
Thank you for signing up to receive Soundings, our Trinity Center newsletter. We hope you find the articles inside to be informative and entertaining. Our intention is to provide a glimpse into various aspects of Trinity Center life, to peel back the curtain just a bit for friends of the center. You can also at times find dates for upcoming programming.
Our Soundings editor is Mar…Read More »