Worship & Spiritual life
We invite you to experience something of the "Trinity Spirit" that both defines and nourishes us. You will find here a community of faith that is very special. A parish of the historic Diocese of Pennsylvania, we treasure the Episcopal tradition while also deeply rooted in the Quaker tradition of the region. This makes for a strong and serious faith expression that is open minded and accepting of diversity. Our hope and prayer is that you will experience a sense of belonging, of unity with others and with God. Come discover Trinity. You will be glad you did!
Trinity seeks to keep the voice of praise and service offered up in its worship open to all who cross its thresholds. We strive in our worship to offer "something for everyone." We offer a diverse and comprehensive exploration of the full breadth of the liturgical resources in the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church. From Morning Prayer and the Daily Office to Eucharist in traditional, contemporary and progressive language; from Sunday worship that embodies a broad palate of musical genres to a new experience in traditional Anglican-style Evensong,
Trinity maintains a theology of the "Open Table." All who wish are WELCOME to join in worship AND communion at this Altar. You do not have to be a member of Trinity Church, nor of the Episcopal Church to receive. ALL ARE WELCOME!
8:00 AM - Holy Eucharist
9:30 AM - Holy Eucharist on 1st, 2nd & 4th Sunday
Morning Prayer on 3rd Sunday -
Fifth Sunday - (four times a year) Alternative Liturgy
All Sundays: Sunday School for grades PreK-5th with safe play in the nursery for our youngest children.
5:55 PM - FUEL@5:55 - Contemporary Liturgy followed by a meal
In the age of energy drinks, shakes, and smoothies, with workouts, crammed calendars, and 12 hour work days - what really fuels you? What keeps you going? Maybe FUEL@5:55 is exactly what you need! FUEL@5:55 is an opportunity for families, for young adults, for children, for people of all ages and stages to come together to encounter God, experience love, and engage in a faithful community. On the fourth Sunday of the month, we will gather for a laid back worship followed by a fellowship meal. This is a chance for you to maybe sleep a little and celebrate your faith in a comfortable environment. We welcome you to FUEL@5:55!
To enrich and deepen our spirituality, and to foster a better understanding of our Christian faith, Trinity offers adult education forums on diverse topics relevant to our faith community. Meetings are usually held at 11 AM on Sundays, speakers come from a varied background, sometimes from within our community, and sometimes from outside.
Trinity's main worship space is a modern interpretation of a classic English country gothic church. But, while keeping it's gothic roots, the soaring interior space and lightness of design enhance the worship experience compared to heaviness often found in traditional gothic worship spaces.
Many of the interior accessories are hand made by Trinity members and local artisans. Especially notable is the Nakashima Altar.