The De Sarno family of Sayreville is seeking to rent a house. The house should have at least two ground-floor bedrooms and a ground-floor bathroom, and the downstairs floor plan should be accessible for people with disabilities (if it is not accessible, the family is willing to make modifications through their own resources).

Please help the spread the word of this need through your network of contacts.

Have a lead on a new house? Please contact the office of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church: 732.254.1734



 Friday, January 30, from 8 PM to 12 midnight
Open to All Ages
Semi-Formal Attire(optional but fun!)
$20 per person

Trinity Cathedral, Trenton, New Jersey

Featuring music by DJ Iron Mike Bacon (returning from last year!)

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All congregations are invited to join us for this Diocesan-wide tradition of  gathering for music, dancing, food, and fellowship.
Come dance, eat, and hang out with friends from all over the diocese!

All proceeds benefit the Diocesan Choir Camp

Questions? Contact The Reverend Canon Debi Clarke,
The Men of Holy Trinity prepare a splendid Pancake Breakfast

The Men of Holy Trinity prepare a splendid Pancake Breakfast

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church had it’s annual meeting today.

The day began with a delicious pancake breakfast prepared by the Men of Holy Trinity.


Father Greg enjoys his Pancake Breakfast before Leading the Annual Meeting.

Our new Rector, Father Gregory Bezilla, lead the meeting.  In his report, he talked about his goals for the coming year and his intention to encourage and grow leadership for the ministries at Holy Trinity.

He also expressed his intention to focus on the spiritual health of the parish and especially the children, while maintaining the highest standards for worship while we explore the Anglican and Episcopalian traditions of liturgy and music.

Our ongoing efforts to reach out to the community, especially the poor of our region is another area of focus for his ministry.

Beth Donnamaria, Jennifer Brandt and Irene Wei

New Vestry Members Beth Donnamaria, Jennifer Brandt and Irene Wei

Also amongst the items discussed today was Father Greg’s expression of gratitude to the 3 outgoing vestry members, Julie Rafano, Candice Donelly and Steve Seuling and the election of 3 new vestry members Beth Donnamaria, Jennifer Brandt and Irene Wei.

Congratulations to our 3 new members!

Oral reports were given from the various committees including the yearly budget, Calico Cat and the Endowment Committee and various others.

To view more photos from the annual meeting, please visit Holy Trinity Facebook Page or click on the link below.

If you would like to receive a copy of the annual report, contact our Parish Administrator at (732) 254-1734 or via email at

Click here to view additional photos >> Holy Trinity Annual Meeting Photo Album.

Chop Shop Crossfit Presents – DeSarno Strong – A fundraising Event for the DeSarno Family.

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Date: Saturday February 7 @ 10am

Come join us for a special workout where every exercise helps to benefit the Desarno family, who lost their home in a fire on December 29.

All are welcome to join us in sweating for a good cause

All we ask for is a suggested monetary donation of $20.

Lets all stand #DesarnoStrong together on February 7!

For any other questions or to donate if you can’t make it, contact Charles Abouzied at

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Sunday, February 8th, 2015, 4-7pm – All are warmly invited to a spaghetti dinner to raise funds to help the De Sarno family of Sayreville to rebuild their lives and recover from a devastating house fire, which critically injured three members of the family and destroyed their home.

Monetary donations also are accepted by check made payable to Holy Trinity Episcopal Church with the memo “De Sarno Family Fund.” Donations may be mailed to Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 90 Leonardine Ave., South River, NJ 08882.

Please share this invitation with your network of contacts and invite a friend!spaghettiFundraiser


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2015 Lenten Series Now Available

This coming Lent, the Diocese of New Jersey will offer a new Lenten series for use in your congregations. The 2015 Lenten Series is called called “What’s God Up To – And How Can I Join In?

Over five weeks, the series will heighten your awareness of God’s activity in your lives, churches, neighborhoods and in the larger world.

Information and materials are now available at:



Sessions are structured to be 1-1/2 to 2 hours long, including a half hour for a simple supper, encouraging conversation on the week’s theme. (We also suggest ways to shorten the program for those of you who need to limit your time to one hour – say, for Sunday mornings.) To help in preaching preparation, the Bible passages that guide discussion are selected from the following Sunday’s lectionary. All materials (including weekly leader guides and handouts) are designed to be adapted to each congregation’s style and focus.


I hope you’ll find this series useful. And as always, I welcome your suggestions for future offerings, and any other ideas, wishes and dreams you might have about support for growing your congregations in numbers, service and – especially – your relationship with Jesus.




The Rev. Cn. Dr. Rob Droste

Canon for Congregational Development and Mission