Our History

Nestled at the convergence of the North and South forks of the Llano river, the town of Denman, later to be renamed Junction City was established in 1876. After yet another name change in 1894 it became simply, Junction. Thirteen years later on 4th May 1889 the first Episcopal service of Morning Prayer and Holy Communion was celebrated in the schoolhouse in the young Kimble County seat community.   Thirteen months later, on 7th June 1890 Trinity Episcopal Church was  constituted.  On 8th June 1952 (Trinity Sunday), the present  church  building was consecrated by the Rt. Rev. Everett Jones, then bishop of the Diocese of West Texas.  Since that first Sunday in May over a century ago, Trinity Episcopal Church has had a presence in this ruggedly beautiful Texas Hill Country ranching community. Founded by an enclave of erstwhile Englishmen who migrated to Texas from Great Britain to learn ranching, we’ve been a small church with a BIG heart for over 130 years . Hoping to follow the example of Jesus, we strive simply to welcome and love ALL who come through our doors. We are one of the 87 congregations of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas which is spread over 60 Texas counties; with offices in San Antonio,  To learn more about our diocese visit: https://www.dwtx.org/ To find out more about the Episcopal Church, visit: https://www.episcopalchurch.org If life’s twists and turns (or Interstate Highway 10) should bring you to Junction, and through our doors, we will relish the opportunity to welcome you into our worshipping fellowship and to share our lives and Christ’s love with you. To learn more about Junction, visit: https://www.junctiontexas.com/chamber-of-commerce