Our Mission

We are a community of Christian people

seeking to love God with all of our hearts, souls, minds, 

and strength and to love our neighbors as ourselves.

 

Keeping God's People Safe 
The Diocese of Pennsylvania's Policies and Procedures for Prevention of
Sexual Misconduct and Child Abuse in Church Settings  (pdf format)

Our Worship Services

All children of God are invited and encouraged to receive Holy Communion.

Sunday8:00 a.m.Holy Eucharist Rite ISpoken Service
Sunday9:45 a.m.Church School Pre-K - High School
Sunday10:00 a.m.Holy Eucharist Rite IISpoken Service with Music
Wednesday10:00 a.m.Healing EucharistHoly Family Chapel
Thursday6:30 p.m.Healing EucharistHoly Cross Chapel
Saturday5:00 p.m'Come As You Are' ServiceHoly Cross Chapel (with music)

Church School and Formation Classes

Christian Formation

Time

Meeting Place

Brief Description

Nursery

9:45 a.m

Nursery

Nursery Care Child care for children under age 4 is available in the nursery beginning at 9:45 a.m. Children may be brought into the church for communion by their parents, but if they stay in the nursery the sacrament will brought to them there.

Children's Chapel

9:45 AM

Christian Formation Wing (Basement)

All children come together in the Children's Chapel located downstairs in our Children's Formation wing at 9:45 a.m. for a gathering song and a prayer. All will proceed to their classrooms at 10 a.m. All children and youth will rejoin their parents in the church at the exchange of the peace.

Godly Play

10:00 AM

Christian Formation Wing (Basement)

Godly Play is a creative, imaginative approach to Christian formation and spiritual guidance for children. The Montessori-based curriculum values process, openness, discovery, community and relationships through stories and response time - deepening their understanding and knowledge of God. Godly Play I is for children age 4 through Kindergarten. Godly Play II is for students in grades 1 and 2.

Faith Foundations

10:00 AM

Christian Formation Wing (Basement)

Faith Foundations is a lectionary-based program building bridges between church and life for students in grades 3, 4 and 5.

Living Compass

10:00 AM

Christian Formation Wing (Basement)

Living Compass invites students to think about their life holistically, as they begin to tie their health and wellness to their faith, using faith as a living compass, which guides their daily decisions, in heart, soul, strength and mind - all of it. Living Compass is for students in grades 6 and up.

Lectionary Page (Sunday / Daily Readings)

** Christian Education programs are seasonal. Please see our announcements for the current schedule. 

~ Office Contact Information ~


Office Hours
M-F 9:00 am to 3:30 pm

Office Phone:
215-646-0416

Quick Note: 

(Click the notepad to send a fast online memo to the office.)

 

Office Hours

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9-3:30 9-3:30 9-3:30 9-3:30 9-3:30

You may direct dial our office staff. Here are the options:


The Staff of Trinity Church

 

The Rev. David A. Canan
Rector
215-646-0416 Opt #3
The Rev. Mary McCullough
Associate Rector
215-646-0416 Opt #4
Stephen Schreiber
Director of Music
215-646-0416 Opt #6
John Dziel
Financial & IT Administrator
Webmaster
215-646-0416 Opt #2
Karen Richter
Office Administrator
215-646-0416 Opt #1
Kristin Woods
Education
215-646-0416 Opt #5
Kelly Moylan
Treasurer
Evelyn Carpenter
Altar Flowers

The Vestry of Trinity Church

 

Robin Chambers-Dixon
Rector's Warden
Human Resources
Dennis Reid Sr.
Accounting Warden
Finance Committee
Jill Marsceill
New Members
Martha Arnold
Planned Giving
Ben Powley
Worship and the Arts
Dan Citrone
Hospitality
Jocelyn Tenney
Clerk of the Vestry
Mary Deviso
Mission and Outreach
Bill Davis
Property
Liz Wendt
Stewardship
Connie Stephens
Environmental Stewardship
Ellen McCaffrey
Property

 

 

Trinity Episcopal Church-
708 South Bethlehem Pike
Ambler, PA 19002


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Directions to Trinity Episcopal Church
708 South Bethlehem Pike
Ambler, PA 19002
215.646.0416

The following SEPTA Bus Routes stop in front of the church at Bethlehem and Highland: (Note- Train station connections in Brown.)

Route 94 
Montgomery Mall / Montgomery County Community College / R5 Penllyn Train Station / R5 Fort Washington Train Station / Chestnut Hill
Route 98 
Norristown Transportation Center / Plymouth Meeting Mall / R5 Ambler Train Station / Willow Grove Mall
Route 134 
Montgomery Mall / Springhouse / R5 Fort Washington Train Station / Chestnut Hill

By Car:

From the PA Turnpike
Take Exit 339 Fort Washington
After paying the toll; head right to get onto Route 309 North
Take 309 North to the first exit HIGHLAND AVENUE
Turn LEFT off the exit ramp.
The first light is Bethlehem Pike; if you look to your right you will see the Church; cross Bethlehem Pike and turn right into the parking lot.

From the Blue Route
Take the Blue Route until it ends and get on the Pennsylvania Turnpike headed EAST.
Take Exit 339 Fort Washington
After paying the toll; head right to get onto
Route 309 North
Take 309 North to the first exit HIGHLAND AVENUE
Turn LEFT off the exit ramp.
The first light is Bethlehem Pike; if you look to your right you will see the Church; cross Bethlehem Pike and turn right into the parking lot.

Bethlehem Pike coming from Philadelphia
Go through Flourtown, Cross over Rt 73 Skippack Pike
Proceed through the traffic light at Pennsylvania Avenue (WaWa on left)
at next light, TURN LEFT onto Highland Avenue
Immediately RIGHT into the church parking lot

Links to other Websites of interest:

Grace Church and the Incarnation
Boy Scout Troup 3
Sunday / Daily Readings 
Episcopal Church - USA
Episcopal Community Svcs

Episcopal Diocese of PA

Ministries We Support:

 
Bokamosa South African Youth
Inter-Faith Housing Alliance
Five Talents International
Samaritan's Purse