Community defines the welcoming nature of christianity. As Jesus said, "For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them".
Hospitality, welcoming, community: come see how we gather together
The world’s great music speaks to us through dedicated musicians who, through their tireless performances, reach the depth of our souls. This brochure is your invitation to experience this great music by world class musicians at Trinity, which has become the “happening place” in Bucks County as a musical performance venue. Our new 2017-18 season features organ, instrumental, and choral music with a total of 16 concerts, some of which are sponsored solely through the Friends of Music, a patrons system that helps underwrite a portion of the concerts. For complete information about our upcoming concerts, please click here.
Cookie Bake has been a tradition of Trinity Episcopal Church for over fifty years. This event has been featured in SAVEUR Magazine and has developed quite a reputation in the community. After taking a year off, we are bringing back Cookie Bake with a new twist for the St. Nicholas Fair on Saturday, December 2. An assortment of cookies will be sold on a pre-order basis starting on November 12, which will be available for pick up at the Fair.
Our annual Lobsterfest has grown into a community event drawing nearly 1,000 people to Trinity's campus. This dinner of fresh Maine lobsters, corn, clam chowder, and coleslaw is a true festival and celebration of our young people with the addition of live bands, fun activities for young children and silent auction items that fill tents full. The funds raised at this activity help to offset the cost of our outreach project, Mission Philadelphia.
Trinity's cemetery is a lovely country burial ground, tastefully planted yet attractive in its simplicity. Trinity Church owns, cares for and manages the four acre site. This is a non-commercial cemetery and is open to church members and their extended families - all faiths welcome. Please contact the church office for more information at 215-297-5135.
Whether you are a member of Trinity Episcopal Church or are considering rental for your ceremony, we want to help make this day special, memorable and joyful. Planning a wedding is a lot of work but committing the rest of your life to your betrothed also requires planning, counseling and preparation for one of the most important covenants of your life. The members and staff of Trinity Church welcome you and will work with you to make your special day one that you will always remember. Please contact the church office for more information at 215-297-5135.
Alcoholics Anonymous® (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.
We are blessed and very proud to offer a space for AA Meetings at Trinity.
Meetings are held every Friday evening at 6:30 PM.