Big Sunday on January 31: Worship at 8 and 10 a.m. and expect an inspiring message about faith in the here and now. The Annual Meeting of the Parish follows the 10 a.m. service, and features a free breakfast, courtesy of the Men of Holy Trinity. It’s a great way to learn more about Holy Trinity ant take some next steps in faith.

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In anticipation of the the forecast for a blizzard, the Annual Meeting of the Parish is postponed until Sunday, January 31.

On Sunday, January 24, the 8 a.m. service is cancelled. On Saturday a decision will be made about the 10 a.m. service–please check this website or the Holy Trinity Facebook Page, or phone the Parish Office (732.254.1734) on Saturday evening or Sunday morning for updates.

 

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The Sundays after the Epiphany (January 6) offer a new spiritual beginning–an opportunity to make a fresh start through the worship of God in a beautiful space in the company of a diverse congregation of warm-hearted people.

Epiphany Season is a season of four to nine weeks, from the Feast of the Epiphany through the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. The length of the season varies according to the date of Easter. The gospel stories of this season describe various events that manifest the divinity of Jesus. The coming of the Magi (Matthew 2:1-12) is celebrated on the Epiphany. The Baptism of our Lord is observed on the Sunday after Epiphany. The gospels for the other Sundays of the Epiphany season describe the wedding at Cana, the calling of the disciples, and various miracles and teachings of Jesus. The Last Sunday after the Epiphany is always devoted to the Transfiguration. Jesus’ identity as the Son of God is dramatically revealed in the Transfiguration gospel, as well as the gospel of the baptism of Christ. We are called to respond to Christ in faith through the showings of his divinity recorded in the gospels of the Epiphany season. (Adapted from An Episcopal Dictionary of the Church: A User-Friendly Reference for Episcopalians, edited by Don S. Armentrout and Robert Boak Slocum.)

When you visit Holy Trinity you will find that our worship is reverent, relaxed, traditional and accessible. The order for worship is provided in an easy-to-follow booklet, which includes notes and other aids to inform your experience.Asian Baptism of our Lord