An Episcopal parish in the heart of downtown New Haven
Annual Parish Picnic Sunday September 11, at 11:30.
We are on our Summer Schedule, with the usual 7:45 am Sunday service but a combined 10 am Sunday service.
This is the season of Pentecost, when the Holy Spirit descended on the 12 disciples as tongues of fire, and they began speaking in many different tongues. These 12 pipes from the upper gallery remind us of the 12 speaking disciples.
The Sunday 7:45 service is a short Rite One Eucharist, with a sermon and one hymn. In the quiet of early morning, you can celebrate Holy Eucharist in our side chapel at the Washington Altar - just as President George Washington did in 1788. A similar service is offered each Wednesday at 12:10 pm.
The Sunday 2pm "Chapel on the Green" outdoor only informal service is followed by a simple shared lunch; it takes place in all weather conditions, 52 Sundays a year, reaching out to many in the community who might otherwise not experience worship.
Flowers of Glass - outdoor art exhibit by Mackenzie Pikaart. This is a piece about the aproximately 10,000 #parishioners Trinity on the Green had over the past 200 - a myriad of souls remembered on the bicentennial of the consecration of the church.
We are on our Summer Schedule,so don't expect our three choirs as in this Bicentennial celebration service, but we have a a summer pick up choir at the 10am Sunday service.