Trinity Church

Who We Are

A progressive and traditional church in the heart of Princeton

We believe God’s love is expansive and unconditional and that through Christ, God has called us to love one another as God loves us. We welcome all people regardless of gender, race, age, culture, ethnic background, sexual orientation, economic circumstance, family configuration, or difference of ability. We celebrate the worth, dignity, and gifts of every person as a child of God.

Our Services

Service Times

  • 08:00am - Rite I Eucharist, no choir
  • 09:00am - Enriching Our Worship Eucharist with choir, family friendly
  • 11:00am - Rite II Choral Eucharist
  • 12:15pm - Rite I Holy Eucharist
  • 05:30pm - Rite II Healing Eucharist

What to Expect

What are services like?
Our 8:00 service uses Rite I (more formal) language and is a quiet service with no choir. Our 9:00 service is a lively service with progressive language and an opportunity for children to attend a concurrent children's worship service during the sermon. The full choir sings at this service. The 11:00 service is a choral eucharist, which means that many parts of the liturgy are sung. It is the most formal and lengthy service of the three, and very beautiful.

What is the community like?
The church is a mix of ages and ethnicities. We have many different family configurations. We have many students, professors, and others who live and work around Princeton and central New Jersey. Some have been coming to Trinity their entire lives, and many have just found us recently. All are welcome.

What if I'm not a Christian?
The Episcopal Church is a great place for people who are curious about Jesus. We are non threatening and happy to partner with you as you explore the Bible, Church history, our liturgy and anything else that might be of interest to you.


Paul Jeanes

Paul Jeanes

The Rev. Paul Jeanes III came to Trinity Church in September of 2008. Prior to serving at Trinity, Paul was rector of St. James' Church in Pewee Valley, KY for nine years. Immediately following seminary, Paul served for two years as the Assistant Rector at Christ Church Cathedral and as chaplain at the Home of the Innocents, both in Louisville, KY. He attended Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and graduated with an M.Div. and a MAMFT. He received a diploma in Anglican Studies from General Theological Seminary in New York. Paul and his wife, Christina, have recently celebrated their fifteenth wedding anniversary. They have three children: Sophia, John Paul and Luke.

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