Honoring the Rev. Dave McAlpin


Trinity Church hosted our  inaugural Princeton Star Awards Dinner on May 17, honoring a local individual who has made a strong contribution to our community.  This year, we honored Rev. Dave McAlpin for his work in founding the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity.  Special thanks to Dan Haughton, Bill Voght, Ann Zultner, Martha Lashbrook and her team of dedicated volunteers for making the event such a success.  (Pictured is Dan Haughton, Dinner Committee Chair, presenting Rev. McAlpin with the Princeton Star Award)

Introducing Jenna Reed, Seminary Intern


Jenna was born and raised in southern California and comes to Trinity Church via Chicago and St. Andrews Scotland. She has a Master of Letters from the University of St Andrews in Theology, Imagination, and the Arts and has just completed her first year of at Princeton Seminary in pursuit of an M.Div. When not buried under a pile of books you can find her running on the canal path, cooking for her friends, or painting. 

Summer Schedule

Sunday, May 19

Last day of Church School, Adult Forum, & 5pm Evensong

From Memorial Day, Monday, May 27
to Labor Day, Monday, September 2

our office hours will be
9am-4pm Monday through Thursday
and 9am-12pm on Friday.

Sunday Eucharists will continue at 8am & 10am

including Children’s Chapel, Nursery, and Common Grounds

Children’s Chapel may take a break in August.

Trenton Thunder Friends’ Night-Out

The last Friends’ Night-Out of the program year before beginning our summer schedule falls at the same time as Trinity’s Trenton Thunder baseball outing. After some deliberation, the rector and leadership have chosen to combine the events. Children are welcome at the baseball game, but parents are responsible to supervise their children. Helpers will be available to help with children, but will not provide “childcare” as such. Ticket orders must be placed with Hannah Johnson (johnsonh@trinityprinceton.org) by next Thursday, May 23, if you wish to attend.

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Princeton Reunions Reception

Sunday, June 2 after church

Alumni, students, and friends of Princeton University, Princeton Theological Seminary, and Westminster Choir College are invited to join ECP chaplains Allen Wakabayashi and Kara Slade for a special reception after church the Sunday of Reunions weekend.

Join us to connect with each other and hear about all the exciting things going on with our campus ministries!

You are also invited to the annual ECP Reunions Garden Party Friday, May 31, from 5-7 PM at Procter House, 53 University Place.

Bishop Laura Ahrens ’84 of Connecticut will be our special guest.