11:00 AM   Holy Eucharist


Join us every Sunday in the church for worship or online for live-streamed services. Worship bulletins are below for those online.


This is a traditional Episcopal Eucharistic service, from the Book of Common Prayer, Rite II.  Our music is a combination of congregational hymn singing and anthems from a partly professional choir (Choir sings most Sundays).


Monday-Friday – 9:00 am Morning Prayer [ONLINE ONLY]

Join us each morning on Facebook for a short service of morning prayer - the service is shared on the screen so you can follow along!

Thursdays - 12:15 pm Healing Eucharist [IN PERSON]

Join us every Thursday in the Prayer Corner/Chapel at the front right of the Sanctuary for a short communion and healing service. 


The sacrament of marriage in the Episcopal Church is fully open to all couples, including same-gender couples. To learn more, visit our Rentals page and fill out an inquiry.


Baptism is a sign of God’s own love for us, unmerited and unconditional. It is a sign of new life and new beginning in Christ. We baptize people of all ages.


We recognize all baptisms that have taken place in the name of the Trinity, from all Christian denominations, and there is no need to be re-baptized for any reason. 


Baptism is a powerful, transformational moment for the entire faith community at which we welcome our newest members, vow to support them, and in so doing reaffirm our own baptismal vows. Thus, baptism belongs in public worship and is incorporated into regular services during the year.


Please contact The Rev. Rachel Wenner Gardner for information about baptisms at rgardner@htrit.org. 

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The Church of the Holy Trinity offers memorial services for parishioners and their families, as well as grief counseling and pastoral care.  For more information, please contact the church office by email or phone 215-567-1267.


Interment in Our Columbarium

Individuals and their family members may choose to be interred in the Church of the Holy Trinity columbarium as a final resting place. Our columbarium is located in our beautiful sanctuary.