839 Haddon Avenue, Collingswood, N.J. 08108

856-858-0491 / holytrinity1@verizon.net

The Rev. Mark H. Chattin, Rector


Photo by Scott Anderson

Worship Online

Shortly before the service time, Facebook Live will be launched on our Facebook Page, and on our home page, where there are downloadable service materials so you can follow along.

Scarves Needed

We’re asking for scarves for Cathedral Kitchen in Camden.

Cathedral Kitchen provides services to the homeless, and clients can really use scarves to help them get through the winter. Most of their clients are men, but some are women, so please use colors that would work for either sex.

If you have the Seamen’s Church Institute scarf patterns, those would work very well.

If you don’t have any scarf patterns and would like the patterns we use for SCI, please let Sharon Wolfgang know.

You can drop off finished scarves in a tub in the tower, near the tub for Collingswood Food Pantry donations.

It’s already getting cold ... please help other people stay warm! The effort will continue through the winter.

If you would like to find out more about Cathedral Kitchen and all the good work this nonprofit does, you can read more here.

The new Forward Day by Day books for May through July are available now. If you want one mailed to you, call the church at 856-858-0491 and leave a message for Charlotte or email at holytrinity1@verizon.net.

Usually, when Valentine's Day falls on a Sunday, Father Mark offers an opportunity for couples to renew their marriage vows. This year, the pandemic coated by freezing rain led him to offer a blessing instead.

The Good Book Club, focusing on the Gospel of Mark, met Sunday mornings during the Epiphany season, from Jan. 3 to Feb. 16.

The readings, commentary and reflections for the Epiphany session will remain on the Worship Page for continuing study.

The Forward Movement asks those who participated in the Good Book Club (and those who will use these materials in the future) to complete this survey.

Jan. 1-9 readings: Mark 1-4:34

Jan. 10-16 readings: Mark 4:34-6:56

Jan. 17-23 readings: Mark 7-9:13

Jan. 24-30 readings: Mark 9:14-11:19

Jan. 31-Feb 6 readings: Mark 11:20-13:37

Feb. 7-13 readings: Mark 14-15:32

Feb. 14-16 readings: Mark 15:33-16:20

Jan. 10 Commentary: Mark gets right to the point

Jan. 17 Commentary: More miracles and healings

Jan. 24 Commentary: Wash Your Hands, or . . .

Jan. 31 Commentary: Week 4: A three-act play

Feb. 7 Commentary: Week 5: A withered fig tree

Feb. 14 Commentary: Week 6: Very Good News Indeed

Feb. 16 Commentary: Week 7: The End of the Beginning

Jan. 10: Week 1 Reflection

Jan. 17: Week 2 Reflection

Jan. 24: Week 3 Reflection

Jan. 31: Week 4 Reflection

Feb. 7: Week 5 Reflection

Feb. 14: Week 6 Reflection

Feb. 16: Week 7 Reflection


The current week's sermon is featured on the home page. Sermons from the previous three weeks can be found here.

Sermon for the Fifth Sunday of Easter


Sermon for the Fourth Sunday of Easter

Sermon for Third Sunday of Easter