Welcome to Trinity Episcopal Parish

In observance of Independence Day,

Trinity Episcopal Parish Office will be closed

on Tuesday, July 4, 2017.

Question & Answer Sessions for Bishop Candidates


​​​​​​​Walkabouts are scheduled as follows:


June 28 at Christ Church Christiana Hundred in Greenville

June 29 at St. Peter's in Lewes

June 30 at Christ Church in Dover


The walkabouts will be held from 6:00 until 9:00 each evening. The evening will consist of prayer, introduction of the candidates, a question-and-answer session (Q&A), and a light reception. For more information about the Bishop Search, please click on the link below.


Over 300 Years of Faith in the City!

We live our Christian and Episcopal faith through worship and active participation in the life and work of Trinity Parish. Our parish offers diverse and compelling opportunities for Christian ministry within the parish and in serving others through outreach ministries. Our members commit time, talents and treasure to the ministries they are moved to serve.







From the Rector


On behalf of the people and clergy of Trinity Episcopal Parish, we extend a warm welcome.


We strive to be a faithful and inclusive community, sharing the love of Jesus Christ through worship, education and service.  We worship in two historic locations: Trinity Church (1108 N. Adams Street) and Old Swedes Church (606 Church Street).

As you explore our web site, you will discover that we are an active parish.  We are a city parish, and our urban setting defines our opportunities as well as our call to engage and serve Christ in the world around us.  On these pages you will find information about us, what is happening for children and youth, directions and more.  We want to make it easy for you to get to Trinity and enjoyable when you arrive.


We are delighted that you are interested in Trinity Parish and hope you find your place here.  We look forward to meeting you.  Please feel free to stop in for a visit or contact us for more information.


The Reverend Patricia S. Downing

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