Sunday and Weekday Services

At Trinity on the Green you may choose to celebrate your faith in Christ in many ways. You may prefer to celebrate enthusiastically. Or, to pray quietly. Or, to engage in a more solemn, majestic form of worship. Or, to sit in silent contemplation. Regardless, each form offered by Trinity is designed to aid you in your quest for meaning… to support you in prayer… and to help you be more fully aware of God’s call to you. (Please check This Week’s Services for current services and  times.)

7:45 AM. Quiet Eucharist. Be Still and Know that I Am. In the quiet of early morning, you can celebrate Holy Eucharist in our side chapel. You will engage in more traditional prayer (Rite One), listen to a short sermon, reflect in silent contemplation and close with a final hymn.
9 AM Sunday Creative Eucharist Thumbnail29:00 AM. Creative Eucharist. Where two or three gather, I am among them. In breaking bread and drinking wine with others, you will celebrate the presence of Jesus and reflect on how you can recognize and serve Christ through serving others. Employing more contemporary prayers (Rite Two) and music, this service also features both a children’s message and a sermon.
11:00 AM. Holy Eucharist. Glory to God and Peace on Earth. In this service, you will celebrate God’s majesty and express your praise through the beauty of our longstanding tradition of hymns, anthems, prayers and rituals. Glorious music is a focal point of this service, led by the Choir of Men and Boys, Choir of Men and Girls or Trinity Parish Choir. Using the solemn language of the Book of Common Prayer (Rite One), the priest celebrates the Eucharist from the high altar.
11:00 AM. Morning Prayer. Let us heartily rejoice in the strength of our salvation. Alternate Sundays each month, September through May. This form of worship has been in continual use at Trinity since the church’s 18th-century founding. Supported by the exquisite singing of Trinity choirs, you will engage responsively in spoken and sung prayer, reflect on the sermon offered by the priest and engage in robust singing of hymns with the choir and congregation. If you choose, you can attend a short communion service after Morning Prayer concludes.
2:00 PM. Chapel on the Green. Whatever you did for one of the least you did for me. 
In November of 2008, Trinity launched an outdoor service on the Upper Green behind Trinity. This service takes place in all weather conditions, 52 Sundays a year, reaching out to many in the community who might otherwise not experience worship. You will participate in a brief, 30-minute informal service of Holy Eucharist followed by a shared lunch.
5:00 PM. Evensong. Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness. Once a month, September through May, one of the Trinity Choirs sings evensong.
Since the late middle ages, “Evensong” has been the popular name for vespers, the Evening Office of the western church. This beautiful choral service uses the traditional language of Rite One and is generally meditative and contemplative in nature. As a member of the congregation you will also engage responsively in prayer, spoken and sung.
5:00 PM. Taizé. God’s word is a lamp to my feet and a light upon my path. Once a month, September through May, Trinity also celebrates evening prayer in the tradition of Taizé, sung by the choir of Men and Girls. Taizé music—named for the town in France where an ecumenical community started in 1940—is enchantingly prayerful and creates a nourishing faith environment for your personal connection with Christ. If you choose, you may engage responsively with the choir and other members of the congregation—or simply sit in quiet contemplation.
12:00 PM. Tuesday, Spiritual Fellowship Service Led by James Thomas, Outreach Minister, this short services address the growing need of ministry to people struggling with addiction. Held in the Trinity church undercroft.
12:10 PM. Wednesday Noon Service. Our short midweek communion service provides you the opportunity to pause for prayer during the busyness of the week. In this simple service you can take a step back from the daily rush, share in prayer with others, and ponder everyday questions about faith and life.