The Vestry meets May 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the Great Hall.
Holy Trinity supports the Interfaith Homeless Outreach Council, which works to address the needs of the homeless men in Camden County.
IHOC aims not just to temporarily alleviate the suffering of the homeless, but rather to change their lives and get them off the streets for good.
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Instruction will begin soon for those wishing to be confirmed or received into the Episcopal Church, as well as for children 5 years and older who want to receive communion. Contact Fr. Chattin at 856-858-0491 or email@example.com. The Bishop's visit is June 5.
If the COVID transmission rate does not exceed 15 per 100,000 in Camden County, these guidelines will remain in effect. Face masks are optional. If you prefer to wear a mask, please do. We may now fully exchange the Peace, and the alms basin will be passed among the pews. We are again using the altar rail and will be offering communion with both Christ’s Body and Blood. The consensus of public health studies to date shows that there is no documentable risk of COVID-19 transmission through the common cup. We understand individuals may have different comfort levels as to how they receive communion. Following the teaching of our Episcopal tradition, all persons may, but no person must, receive communion in both kinds to obtain the full spiritual benefits of the Eucharist. You may choose to receive the Host only at this time. Should you choose to receive the wine, one vessel will be offered for those who want to sip the wine from the common cup. Intinction is not an option just yet. If you prefer not to receive the chalice, simply cross your arms over your chest.
We accept donations for the Collingwood Food Pantry, which is run by and housed at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church and serves Collingswood and Haddon Township residents.
We’ll place the collection bin outside during our 8:30 a.m. outdoor Eucharist.
Please contact the church office to arrange a time to drop off your contributions if you’re not able to do so on Sunday mornings.
Check the pantry's Facebook page for updates.
We are accepting Laundry detergent in May, but any donations are welcome.
Urban Promise continues to equip Camden's children and young adults with the skills necessary for academic achievement, life management, spiritual growth, and Christian leadership. Please continue to support its work.
The parish has delivered lunch to the Collingswood Fire Department and Police Departments several times during the pandemic.
The Rotary Club has been participating in this effort with us.
Volunteers help deliver the meals.
We welcome contributions to offset the cost.
Please send donations marked “Feeding First Responders.”
Thanks to all who have contributed.
Give gifts that make an impact on children in poverty. For example, a $100 gift of goats means a family can have milk, which they can both consume and sell to earn money for other necessities. Please give generously.