Is this your first visit to Trinity?
If you're new to Trinity, or to the Episcopal Church, you may be interested in the answers to frequently-asked questions.
How to Find Us
Trinity Church is located at the corner of Exchange Street and Congress Street in downtown Milford. Our telephone number is (508) 473-8464.
The Parish office is open Monday through Thursday from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM.
You can also reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trinity Episcopal Church, a parish of the Diocese of Western Massachusetts, serves Christians in the greater Milford area. United by a desire to worship God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and to carry on Christ's work in the world, our membership is a mixture of people and families from many different backgrounds: lifelong Episcopalians, as well as former Roman Catholics, Orthodox Christians, and Protestants of other denominations.
Trinity is an active parish, with members involved in many different aspects of parish life. Parish life centers on worship and service to others, and Trinity provides many ways for interested members to take part in the life of the parish.
Trinity makes the parish hall available to many non-profit organizations, including Girl Scouts, Al Anon and others. If your non-profit organization is interested in using our facilities, please call the Parish Office, (508) 473-8464.
Trinity is wheelchair accessible by means of the side door. There is one reserved parking spot on Congress Street, directly in front of the side door, and another on Exchange Street, near the main entrance. The upper hall is accessible via a chairlift (1/2 flight), and has an accessible restroom. The lower hall is accessible by means of a portable ramp to the back door. It also has an accessible restroom.
For More Information
The links at left describe the many programs and activities at Trinity. Please feel free to look at any or all of them.
The Information for Visitors links provide directions to Trinity, and explain our worship, as well as telling you and your children what to expect if you come to Trinity.
The Parish Information links take you to our Photo Album and newsletter, and provide parish and worship leadership information.
Pastoral Care is important to Trinity. The Pastoral Care Team unites the talents of the Parish Nurse, Lay Eucharistic visitors and Stephen ministers to provide emotional and spiritual support, as well as medical advice, to ill, elderly and homebound members of the Trinity parish family.
The Christian Education links describe educational opportunities for children and adults at Trinity.
Outreach links describe the programs at Trinity that connect us to others in the Milford area, the nation and the world. Learn about the work of the Mission Committee, the Milford Food Pantry, the UTO and oldest active Anglican-Roman Catholic Covenant in existence.
The Parish Programs links describe all of the other committees and groups that support the parish.
More About Trinity links describe our rector, and provide more detailed information about the parish and our activities.
The Parish Paperwork links provide forms that might be useful to you as a member of Trinity.