Trinity Episcopal Church in Moorestown, New Jersey is a broad and inclusive church serving Moorestown, Mount Laurel, and surrounding communities. We have room under our roof for people from different backgrounds and cultures, with a wide variety of customs, points of view, lifestyles and talents. People of every gender, race, age, orientation, and identity share equally in leadership and in the sacraments, in fellowship and service. Our call is to strengthen relationships with God and one another, serving Christ in all persons and loving our neighbors as ourselves. We invite you to worship with us, learn with us, serve with us, to grow spiritually and to make new friends here.
New to Trinity?
Looking for a spiritual home? A place for beautiful, thoughtful worship; a place to deepen your relationship with God? We would love to get to know you and welcome you to Trinity!
Being an Episcopal Church means that we are part of the Diocese of New Jersey and the world wide Anglican Communion, and that our worship and our congregational leadership follow patterns established by The Episcopal Church.
We hope you’ll begin your exploration of Trinity by joining us for worship. During the COVID pandemic, our Sunday morning services are live-streamed so you can join us from home – or wherever you happen to be! – if you’re not comfortable with in person services. If you’re ready to join us in person, you’ll need to register before attending to make sure we can follow our distancing and contact tracing protocols. We’re offering Sunday School for youth and children online, as well as Sunday morning and occasional weekday Bible Studies and learning opportunities for adults.
To be a member of Trinity requires that you be baptized (in any Christian tradition), participate regularly in worship, and give of your time, talent, and treasure to God’s work.
You can learn more about Trinity right here on our website:
- Contact our clergy for information about baptisms
- Worship services
- Ways to give
- How to get involved
- Parking at Trinity
Those joining us from another Episcopal Church should ask their former congregation for a “Letter of Transfer.” We also welcome those who would like to worship or serve with us without becoming members – join us any time.
Our clergy are always happy to talk with you about your spiritual needs, and our whole congregation looks forward to welcoming you.