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Welcome to the Church of the Holy Trinity, a dynamic neighborhood Episcopal parish in the City of New York, one of the most beautiful churches in all of the city. We come from many places throughout the world and from many faith backgrounds, joining together to love and serve God and God's people. Whoever you are, parishioner, friend, neighbor, or seeker, we are honored that you are visiting this website. We invite you to become part of the ministry and spiritual growth happening at Holy Trinity, a community embracing all people, across the spectrum of cultural, ethnic, racial, gender, sexual orientation, and class diversity, as full members of the household of God.

The Church of the Holy Trinity is located on East 88th Street, between First and Second Avenues, in New York City. Holy Trinity's lovely garden is open during the day, so that you may enter, rest and pray.

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Sunday Services

8:00 AM
Holy Eucharist
This spoken service preserves the Anglican worship traditions found in the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church.

10:30 AM
Holy Eucharist
This service is a choral Eucharist which honors the traditional forms of Anglican worship, while also seeking to express today’s spirituality. The liturgy is rooted in history and tradition, yet taken from the most recent updates of the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church.

6:00 PM
Holy Eucharist for an Emerging Church

This service with music embraces fresh ways to worship in the 21st century, drawing upon both ancient and contemporary spiritual practices. Everyone participates actively with openness to the power of the Spirit and to the possibility of the moment. On summer Sundays, the service is held in Holy Trinity's lovely garden.

To Reach Holy Trinity by Subway
Holy Trinity is located closest to the 86th Street station, an express stop, on the 4,5,6 subway line. Once you exit the station, walk east to Third Avenue, then Second Avenue, and north for two blocks to E. 88th Street.


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