On Wednesday June 20, 5:30pm Rt. Rev. Dr. Rowan Williams, Master of
Magdalene College Cambridge and Archbishop of Wales, former
Archbishop of Canterbury will be at Trinity on the Green.
The 2018 Yale Liturgy Conference – June 18-21, 2018 – will welcome The
Rt Revd Dr Rowan Williams for the Keynote Address, which will take place
at Trinity Church on the Green. The conference is dedicated to the theme
“Full of Your Glory: Liturgy, Cosmos, Creation”. Archbishop William will
talk at Trinity on Wednesday June 20, 5pm, about “Naming the World:
Liturgy and the Transformation of Time and Matter”. The talk is open to
the public. At Trinity we also have 10 tickets for people interested in
participating in the whole conference.
More information about the conference is available here. We are grateful to the ISM for their collaboration and honored to welcome Archbishop Rowan Williams.
On Sunday, June 24, The Rev. Marie Alford-Harkey of the Religious Institute will preach at
Trinity at the 10 am service and discuss meaningful dialogues of inclusion between church
communities and their LGBTQ members
Friday, June 8, 2018, at 6:30 pm
The Music4Music Performance Series at Trinity Church on the Green presents Work Is the Curse of the Drinking Classes, with Johnson Flucker as Oscar Wilde, and Pat Rossiter and the Choir Company in concert, at 6:30 p.m. June 8 at Trinity church, 230 Temple Street (corner of Chapel) in downtown New Haven.
NOTE: REGISTRATION IS CLOSED; PLEASE COME AND PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE DOOR.
TICKETS ON SALE STARTING ON May 1, 2018
The concert is part of Music4Music series concert to benefit Trinity’s Music program.
Tickets are $25 online. Tickets will also be available at the door after 5pm the day of concert for $30.
For Seniors, tickets $15 online, $20 at the door.
For Families, $40 online, $50 at the door, with 2 adults, and children under 14 free.
Half our income comes through the generous donations of our Patrons. This spring M4M will present three events, and we urge you to consider one of 7 levels of Patron sponsorship by clicking on the button below. Several options OFFER AN AMAZING DINNER AFTER THE PERFORMANCE!
If you can’t make the concert but want to donate to Trinity Church’s music programs, hit the Donate Now! button below and enter any value you like in the “Music4Music” fund.
Fourth Sunday in Lent
March 11, 2018
This is a quadruple change weekend. Daylight savings time begins this Sunday, Yale is on spring break, the annual St. Patrick’s Day restricts parking, and Chapel on the Green moves to 10:30.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade Logistics
The following communication was delivered to the Trinity parish offices from the City of New Haven. Please plan accordingly.
“For your information, this year’s Saint Patrick’s Day Parade will be held on Sunday, March 11th. The parade will kick off from Derby Ave at Chapel Street at approximately 1:30 p.m. It will proceed down Chapel Street, Church Street past City Hall and end at Grove Street.
In connection with the parade, parking on Chapel Street between College Street and Church Street will be prohibited after 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 11th and parking on Church Street will be prohibited after 6:00 a.m. to allow for set up of the reviewing stand. Any cars parked in violation of these times will be towed to clear the parade route. Every effort will be made not to interfere with church services, but we wanted to provide you with this information so that you can plan accordingly and perhaps share it with your parishioners.
Chief Administrative Officer”
For a bulletin of all the Lent and Easter events in one place that you can print, see 2018 Lent Program.
Lent and Eater are busy seasons at Trinity. We have a six-week program with 11 Preachers, 14 Services, 3+ choirs packing the chancel, and hundreds of eggs.
Lent begins with two services for Ash Wednesday on February 14, 2018, followed by 5 weeks of guest preaching on the topic “Heirs Through Hope: Beyond the Violence”, and ending with four services in Holy Week starting with Palm Sunday on March 25, 2018. We then celebrate Easter Day with 4 services, including the traditional Hallelujah Chorus with 3 choirs and instruments at the 9am and 11am services, the now venerable and very popular Easter Egg Hunt on the Green after the 9am service.
Sermons will be uploaded here when available:
- Sermon Lent I, Charles Lermert
- Sermon Lent 2, Their Eyes Must Be Watching God, Cecil Tengatenga
- Sermon Lent 2. Hope when Earth’s Future is Uncerin, Rich Walser
- How Can we Find Hope and Joy in An Age Like This – Sarah Farmer
- Christian Hope for the Hopeless March 18, Dr. Jonathan Lee
- Living Deep and Living Wide 03-25-18, Rev. Dr. Paul Carling
Heirs Through Hope Lenten Series
The Heirs Through Hope Lenten speakers will preach at the 9 and 11 Sunday services.
Easter Day Services, and Easter Egg Hunt
There’s No Place Like Home
150 Huntington St New Haven CT 06511 2017
Director: Marjorie Mary Eichler
Founded in 1988 to provide a home for children, There’s no place like home focuses on adopting those with disabilities/illnesses and sibling groups. The commitment to these children is lifelong regardless of the extent of their problems. The number of children in the home usually is between 8 and 12.
If you would like to donate to support the home (always needing repair) click on the below button.
Or contact our Business Administrator at Trinity (203) 624-3101.