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Here are two popular Trinity Videos, giving the Easter Sunday Experience at Trinity. Clicking on the image will take you to Trinity’s YouTube channel. After both the 9am and the 11am services, you can hear our beloved Halleluiah Chorus with instrument Ensemble and all three choirs. Between the services, starting at 10:10 is our Great Easter Egg Hunt on the Green.
Walking the Labyrinth—a winding, maze-like pathway with no wrong turns—is an ancient spiritual practice that has been regularly provided at Chapel on the Green.
In past years, it has been a temporary Labyrinth made of string. Trinity seeks donations to enable purchasing of a canvas Labyrinth that will be rolled out on important occasions such as Maundy Thursday, then cleaned and stored for reuse at each succeeding event.
Through this investment, Trinity will enrich not only Chapel on the Green, but other programs as well. Please make a special gift to help Trinity purchase this permanent Labyrinth. Click the Donate Now! button and contribute to the Labyrinth fund.
Trinity’s music program is both venerable and extensive. It includes three choirs and an acclaimed chorister academy that provides choral and leadership training to school-aged girls and boys. It offers traditional Anglican church music to Trinity Parish and greater New Haven, both during services and in concerts offered to the community.
To supplement budgeted operating funds, the Music 4 Music program organizes special events featuring renowned artist and groups—recently, Chanticleer in concert. Your donation in support of these efforts is welcome at any time and always appreciated.
For more information, contact Trinity’s Business Manager at (203) 776-2606.
Trinity’s building contains many historic treasures. It was the first neo-Gothic church built in North America, one that launched thousands of buildings in the same style. It has nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first century stained glass windows. It is fully fitted for handicapped access. Ever-changing accessibility, safety, and security requirements require yearly updates. Unlike many other historic facilities, Trinity invests continually to maintain the interior and exterior of its physical plant. Its electrical system, water supply, lighting, sound system, decorative windows, interior appointments and operating spaces require ongoing upgrades and repairs. Please help preserve our well-maintained historic building by donating now.
For more information contact Trinity’s Business Manager at (203) 776-2606. To donate, click the Donate Now! button.
150 Huntington St New Haven CT 06511 2017
Director: Marjorie Mary Eichler
Founded in 1988 and continually in operation since then, the organization focuses solely on providing a welcoming home for children in need. There’s no place like home adopts youths with disabilities / illnesses and related sibling groups. The commitment to these children is lifelong regardless of the extent of their conditions. The number of children in residence at any time ranges between 8 and 12 individuals .
Questions? Please contact Trinity’s Business Manager at (203) 776-2606.
Lenten services begin on Ash Wednesday and end on Easter Sunday. Below is the Lenten Brochure for 2019. For a printable copy, click on this link: 2019 Lent Program as pdf.
In addition to 17 Lenten services with 6 guest preachers, a rich offering of choral music including Handel’s beloved “Hallelujah Chorus”, and the traditional Easter Egg Hunt on the Green, we will be collecting clean, used plastic bags for Chapel on the Green’s PLARN plastic yarn knitting initiative. Please bring them and leave them at Trinity in the “narthax” vestibule entrance way.
We also urge you to remember those of our neighbors struggling with lack of housing or addiction this season and ask you to donate to our Spiritual Fellowship Program by clicking on the Green Button below.