At Trinity, we blend a deep respect for the historic traditions of the liturgy with a love of the very modern life of a multicultural New York neighborhood. In any given service, we might share Bach and Andrae Crouch, Taize chant and Norwegian folk tunes. Along with our historic E.M. Skinner organ, you may hear handbells, maracas or the musical saw!

Perhaps the best description of our worship is "traditional eclectic." But why settle for an online description? Come and join us! We celebrate Holy Communion every Sunday at 10:30, and the third Sunday of each month includes a healing service.

Every Week: Sunday Worship starts at 10:30 am

Throughout the church year, Trinity holds services for days such as Ash Wednesday, Shrove Tuesday, Ascension, and other special Holy Days. Check the Calendar to view any special services we have planned!

Music is an essential part of our life together at Trinity. From Gregorian chant to modern praise songs, we try to share the best of the Christian musical heritage. Click to learn more about our historic Skinner organ, our Choir and Handbells, and more!

Everybody is welcome at our services. This includes both lifelong Christians and those new to the faith, or those of no particular religious conviction. It includes adults and children, people of every race and sexual identity. Everybody is welcome.

If you would like to share your gifts by helping to lead our worship, whether by singing, by reading, by offering prayers or in many other ways, please contact the Pastor, the Organist or the Worship Board Chair after a service.

Click to view our Worship Assistants calendar.