Welcome to Trinity

Trinity is holding services exclusively online until further notice. All services are available via Zoom videoconference and streamed live on our Facebook page. See the page for more information.

If you have children and would like to celebrate Lent with them, this booklet from our Sunday School can guide you through at-home lessons for each of the first five Sundays. Please contact Allison Brennan for additional materials. She is happy to answer any questions about our Sunday School program.

Meet Mother Angie

The Rev. Angela Cipolla is our Priest in Charge. Mother Angie is the 54th priest to lead Trinity since Edward Portlock, an Anglican missionary, held the first services in 1698. Find out more about her here

Watch Our Services

Fifth Sunday After Epiphany (Feb. 7)

Fourth Sunday After Epiphany (Jan. 31)

Third Sunday After Epiphany (Jan. 24)

Weekday and Saturday services are available on our Facebook page.

Join Us for Worship

Trinity celebrates the Holy Eucharist at three services every weekend, and also on major feast days. All baptized Christians are encouraged to receive the Eucharist. There's a place for you here.
Trinity traditionally celebrates the Holy Eucharist at 5 p.m. on Saturdays, at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. on Sundays, and also on major feast days. A Dinner Eucharist is held at 6 p.m on Wednesdays and Morning Prayer is offered at 9 a.m. on Thursdays. See our current worship schedule.

Reach Out to Others

Trinity operates a soup kitchen and food pantry, hosts homeless families as part of a regional Family Promise network and provides meeting space for several support groups. These efforts have been recognized by the Episcopal Church. Find out more about them.
Trinity runs a soup kitchen, food pantry and diaper bank, hosts homeless families as part of a regional Family Promise network and makes meeting space available for support groups. These efforts have been recognized by the Episcopal Church. Learn more about our outreach programs.

Step Into History

The Jonathan Dunham House, named for former President Barack Obama’s earliest American-born ancestor, was built c. 1709. Since 1873, the house has been our priest’s home, or Rectory. The Dunham House is listed on the national and New Jersey registers of historic places along with our church building, first parish house and churchyard. Find out more about our buildings and grounds.