For many people, the holidays are a sad time, particularly for those who have lost loved ones of suffered illness over the past year.
We will celebrate the Eucharist together, lighting candles and saying prayers to acknowledge before God the conflicting emotions of the season. All are welcome.
Contact Rev. Joanne Epply-Schmidt email@example.com.
Christmas Eve Services at Trinity Church
will be held at:
Noon Holy Eucharist, Rite I 7:30 pm Festive Music Prelude
3:00 pm Family Eucharist 8:00 pm Festival Eucharist with Choirs
5:00 pm Family Eucharist 10:30 pm Festival Music Prelude
11:00 pm Festival Eucharist with Choirs & Choir Alumni
(incense will be used.)
Gingerbread Houses, Fresh Boxwood Topiary Centerpieces & Decorated Maine Balsam Wreaths, Cookie Walk, Bake Sale, Christmas Books & Decorations, Silver Jewelry, Pet Portraits, Quilts, Hand-knit Sweaters, Hats & Mittens, Holiday Stationary, Colonial Mirrors, Children's Activities, and More!
You're invited to come to a Movie Night, Potluck Dinner & Discussion on Friday, November 30th from 6:30-9:30 pm in the George Thomas Room.
We will be viewing Journey of the Universe. All are welcome!
Bring a dish to share. RSVP: Lucia Stout Huebner.
Hosted by Trinity Environmental Shepherds
Our next One Table Café dinner is being held on Friday, November 16th at 6:30 p.m. at Trinity Church.
Please join us for dinner and to welcome our special guest speaker Adriana Abizadeh, Executive Director of LALDEF (Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund).
Please RSVP no later than November 17th, by calling 609-216-7770
A delicious dinner with a Latin American theme will be provided by Fenwick Hospitality Group.
Please click on the event title for more information.
Join us at Trinity on 11 November for a Workshop to learn how you can take part in creating "Parish Originals."
If you can sew, or even just use scissors to cut up the cashmere, you can help make upcycled mittens from cashmere sweaters.
Cannot sew? No problem!
Come and learn how to make Scandinavian Christmas tree ornaments with Fabric origami.
For more information about the workshop and the Trinity Sewing Group, please click on the event title above.
The latest offering in Trinity’s ongoing conversation about issues of social justice:
The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row by Ray Hinton.
Join us to share thoughts on this gripping memoir by a man who spent nearly thirty years on Death Row for crimes he didn’t commit.
The discussion will take place on Sept 30 and Oct 7 following the 10 AM service.
Trinity has a limited supply of books; if you’d like one, please check with the front desk.
Join us for our Homecoming Picnic and visit the Ministry Fair displays. The Ministry Fair will give you the opportunity to sign up for Sunday School, as well as opportunities for you to learn about our various ministries and contribute to the mission and life of Trinity Church. You will also be able to meet new fellow parishioners and enjoy some fellowship with them. For more information and to volunteer click here.
Following the 10:00 am service stay on for some family fun. This is the premier family social event of the year! Get out into the spring weather and share another kind of communion at Trinity Church. There will be a picnic (we provide chicken, hot dogs, salads and lemonade), face-painting, animal balloons, and more. Come for fun, food and fellowship!
Sunday June 3 is Choir Sunday when we will recognize the great gift of Anglican Choral Music we are blessed to have at Trinity Church.
Come as we give thanks to all our choristers, as well as honor and say goodbye to those who will be leaving Trinity.
Come worship, and sing!!
Tickets go on sale this Sunday April 15 in the Narthex after the 8am and 10am services and in the Common Grounds Cafe throughout the morning.
Don't miss out - make your reservations soon. (click the link below for details)
You're sure to enjoy the event!
Fresh from their successful Choir Tour of England in 2017, our Afternoon Tea kicks off the efforts of the choir and parish to raise money for the choirs' next tour to the UK in 2021!
Enjoy a traditional English afternoon tea and support the Trinity Choir's next trip to England. Relax with friends over a hot cup of tea especially blended for Trinity!
Click here for more information.
On the first Sunday of every month, parents with young children (age 10 and under) get together to have a potluck lunch and programming. Please join us for Parent's Potluck and Kid's Corner on May 6, 2018 at about 11:30 am in the Michael Chapel after the 10am service. Feel free to come even without a dish to share!
Join us as we celebrate Shrove Tuesday with a pancake supper from 6:00-7:30. All are invited to this family friendly event. There will be activities for kids of all ages including burning of the palm branches from last Easter (bring your palm branches from home), decorating Mardi Gras masks, “burying” the Alleluias for the season of lent, and of course eating lots of pancakes.
Confirmation classes will be offered for young people in grades 5 and up, starting on Sunday, February 11 and running until March 18.
Each class will begin at 3:00pm and end at 3:55pm.
Kindly direct all questions on confirmation classes for young people as well as those from adults interested in confirmation or being received into the Episcopal Church to The Rev. Dr. Kara N. Slade (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Trinity's Sewing Group is leading a Lenten Outreach Project for Womanspace's Sexual Assault Awareness month in April. The group is sewing beautiful cosmetic pouches to be ready by the middle of March.
The pouches will be blessed during the 10am service on 18 March.
Drop-off boxes for toiletries and notes of encouragement are on a table near the front desk.
Students will learn the calligraphy of the Irish manuscript illuminators of the Middle Ages, Insular Uncial Script, and create an illumination on of a sheet of true hide vellum using the same materials (ink, mineral pigments and quill pens) that were used in the ancient Irish scriptoria.
Please join the Clergy and Choirs of Trinity Church at the Princeton University Chapel to celebrate and give thanks for God's Word made flesh in the presence of Jesus Christ our Lord.
"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was in the beginning with God. 3 All things came into being through him, and without him not one thing came into being. What has come into being 4 in him was life,[a] and the life was the light of all people. 5 The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not overcome it." (John 1:1-5)
No services at Trinity Church that day except for Holy Eucharist, Rite I at 8:00 am.