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 “To know Christ and to make the Lord known, with joy, faith, and service.” 



Trinity was founded in 1872.  Our beautiful church and congregation have a long and inspired history. We welcome all who strive to know Christ and to make Him known with joy, faith and service.


Our parish is committed to serving each other, our communities and the world.  Ask how you can share your gifts through one of our many outreach programs.


Trinity offers Holy Eucharist at 8am and 10am on Sunday mornings.  

We also offer reflective meditation in our chapel on weekday mornings and evenings.


Trinity Cranford is a warm, friendly, multi-generational family of Faith. We welcome all without exception. Come and join us as we reflect the love of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, to each other, Trinity Episcopal Day School, our community, and the world.

Sunday, March 26
Lent 5
Liturgical Color: Purple

8am Rite I Holy Eucharist 

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Fellowship hour after the service

10am Rite II Holy Eucharist

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Sunday school for Pre-K through 4th Grade

Fellowship hour after the service

Sunday, April 2
Palm/Passion Sunday
Liturgical Color: Red

8am Rite I Holy Eucharist 

Fellowship hour after the service

10am Rite II Holy Eucharist

Sunday school for Pre-K through 4th Grade

Fellowship hour after the service

The Daily Office
Monday to Friday

8:30am Morning Prayer

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5pm Evening Prayer

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How to  Join Online Services: Zoom Instructions 


If you have a computer or tablet click on this link and follow the prompts. The meeting ID is 595 488 3214, and the password is 1872.


If you will be connecting via a telephone, follow these steps:

  1. Dial 929 205 6099

  2. You will be asked for your meeting ID: enter 595 488 3214# (with no spaces)

  3. You will be asked for your participant ID. This is not needed so just enter #

  4. Enter the password: 1872

Trinity’s 150th Anniversary Societies


A hundred and fifty years ago several people ‘felt the lack of the comfort and sacramental offices of the Episcopal Church.’  Following a meeting on April 18, 1872, our ancestors set about incorporating Trinity Church, establishing a regular pattern of worship, and ultimately securing the land upon which we continue to worship to this day.  We stand on the shoulders of previous generations whose vision, dedication, and sacrifice have brought us to the glorious celebration of our Sesquicentennial.

Over the past several years we have been prayerfully asking God to quicken our imagination so that we will be inspired to honor our past, live out our baptism today, and serve future generations.  The season of preparation is now over, and the opportunity for action has come.  The 150th Anniversary Committee invites you to prayerfully consider becoming a member of one or more of the following five societies:

  • The Legacy Society (Include Trinity in your will)

  • The Worship Society (Enrich the organ, vestments, and church furniture)

  • The Cornerstone Society (Renovate the Sherlock Hall Complex)

  • The Greening Society (Be a good Steward of God’s Creation)

  • The Outreach Society (Help the Parish become a founding member of ECS)


You can view a detailed guide to the societies here.  Become a member of any, or all, of these societies by pledging your support — no matter how large or small.  Once all pledge cards have been received — Sunday, December 11, 2022, is the due date — a plaque will be displayed in Sherlock hall with the membership of each society.  You may donate over the next three years (2023 through 2025), please indicate, on your pledge card, the amount you intend to give and the year and month in which you will make the contribution/s.

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