Please join us for worship during this special time of year! Our Christmastide schedule is below; to view our full worship schedule, click here.
Sunday, December 18, 4th Sunday of Advent
11:00 AM – Mass
5:00 PM – Lessons & Carols
Saturday, December 24th, Christmas Eve
5:00 PM – The Christ Mass
10:30 PM – The Christ Mass
Sunday, December 25th, Christmas Day
11:00 AM – The Christ Mass
Sunday, January 1st, The Name of Jesus
11:00 AM – Mass
Thursday, January 5, The Eve of Epiphany
7:00 PM – Mass
Your prayers and presence are requested
at Solemn Vespers on
the Feast of Christ the King
Sunday, November 20th
at 5 o’clock in the afternoon
for the Installation of
The Rev. Wilbert S. Miller
as the 14th Pastor of
The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity
Central Park West & 65th Street
in the city of New York
Bishop Robert Rimbo, preaching
The Rev. John Flack, presiding at the Installation
The Choirs of Holy Trinity and Bach Players
featuring music by Nicolaus Bruhns & Franz Tunder
A reception will follow.
All rostered ministers are invited to vest and process.
The color of the day is white.
We are proud to open our doors on Saturday, June 25, to offer a quiet place for contemplation and prayer during this weekend’s Pride festivities. Please feel free to stop by between 12 PM to 5 PM. We will offer an evening prayer service at 5 PM. Please join us to honor the those who were lost in Orlando and in other tragedies.
We stand in solidarity with our LGBTQ brothers and sisters. We pray for those who have been lost and those who were injured. We pray for the shooter and his family. We pray that God’s mercy and comfort will touch all those in need, today and every day.
Holy Trinity is a Reconciling in Christ congregation, meaning that we welcome all persons in Christ’s name regardless of sexual orientation, race, ethnic origin, gender, class, or other possible exclusionary distinctions. Read more about what we believe here.
As the passion and resurrection of Christ is the culmination of the gospel accounts, so the Triduum of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and the Vigil of Easter are the culmination of the church year.
The services on Maundy Thursday have at least four emphases: (more…)
The Lenten journey that we undertake at Ash Wednesday comes to its culmination in Holy Week, when we remember and experience the Passion narrative through our liturgy and worship. Our Holy Week worship schedule is given below. We encourage you to join us for worship in this time of reflection, contemplation, expectation, and hope.
Sunday, March 29 | Palm Sunday
11:00 AM – Mass with Procession of the Assembled
5:00 PM – Bach Vespers: Sunday of the Passion
Dietrich Buxtehude Membra Jesu Nostri, BuxWV 75
Tuesday, March 31
1:30 PM – Metro New York Synod Chrism Mass
Thursday, April 2 | Maundy Thursday
7:00 PM – Maundy Thursday Mass with washing of feet & stripping of the altar
Friday, April 3 | Good Friday
12:00 PM – Veneration of the Cross with sung St. John Passion
7:00 PM – Tenebrae/Service of Darkness
Saturday, April 4 | Holy Saturday
7:00 PM – The Vigil of Easter
9:00 PM – The First Mass of Easter