THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY

A MESSAGE FROM

OUR RECTORS

The Church is Online!

 

The Church of the Holy Trinity will continue to hold services online, and staff will remain working remotely. This is in cooperation with the city, state and Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania's protocols and recommendations. Our highest priority is the safety of our visitors, staff, volunteers, and parishioners. The church takes this responsibility very seriously. We are also following the guidance and guidelines of the CDC, the Philadelphia Health Department, and the Bishop’s Office as we make changes or implement new policies. Please check social media or contact us at communications@htrit.org if you have questions about changes to our schedule or services. We are in the planning stages of putting together in-person outdoor gatherings in neighborhoods and in front of the church. Please check back here (and sign up for our newsletter) often for updated information.

Visit Us Online 7 Days a Week

Our building may be closed, but our website has lots going on, and our social media platforms are vibrant with community. Remember, that although we cannot yet be together in person we can worship together in spirit.

On Facebook: www.facebook.com/CHTRittenhouse

On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CHTRittenhouse


God loves every human being with an immeasurable and unchanging love. As we come to more fully understand God’s love for us in Jesus, we learn to reflect him through our own lives and love.  

 

We are open for prayer, for community, for fun, for fellowship, and for quiet reflection no matter where you are from, what you look like, what you are looking for, or why you came.



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WHAT WE BELIEVE


We share our love with everyone, extending beyond the walls of our church and the lines of our neighborhood. Those who feel left behind, forgotten, struggling, in pain or in need have a place in our hearts and our community.


We sing, jump and dance our way through life – always active, never passive – optimistically advocating for the good of a stronger and enriched community.


Empathy for others is born from knowledge and understanding. The more we know and can teach, the better we can serve our community. We challenge ourselves and each other to find new ways to learn, adapt, and share what we know.


Our home sits on the northwest corner of Rittenhouse Square, but our energy and love radiates through our doors, across the city, and beyond.



We are called to open our hearts – to find connection with others, to offer meaning to them in their lives, and to provide transformative experiences when they are in our space. Open hearts connect us with God, with our neighbor, and with the parts of ourselves we have neglected. Open hearts draw us into the love of God and give us the opportunity to share it with those who come into our midst.



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CHANGING LIVES

I pray that we all can find time to slow all the information bombarding us these days and sit in silence to hear what God is trying to tell us all and find some true serenity now.

AMY PERKINS

I breathe into the promise of tomorrow and acknowledge that I am better off than so many. I remember the hardships of others, dry my tears, and move forward.

LEDA MILAZZO