At the heart of our worship life is the Holy Eucharist (also called Communion, Mass, and the Lord’s Supper). Our worship is grounded on the two pillars of Word and Sacrament. Through scripture and preaching, through prayer and proclamation, the offering of beautiful music, and through the sharing of holy food and drink, we respond thankfully to God’s love for us in Christ.

Due to the current COVID-19 health crisis, we have made several changes to our worship schedule. Please check back frequently for changes!



8 AM Holy Eucharist in the Church
A simple, traditional spoken service. We use the Book of Common Prayer, Rite II, for this service. Limited to 50 people.

10 AM Holy Eucharist in the Church
Joyous music (currently recorded due to the COVID-19 pandemic) and preaching that relates the Gospel to today’s questions. Limited to 50 people.

10 AM Holy Eucharist Online
We offer online worship every Sunday. Please make sure you “Like” our Facebook page and “Subscribe” to our YouTube page to keep up with our most recent news and virtual worship experiences. You can find our Facebook page here: facebook.com/TrinityAP and our YouTube Channel here: youtube.com/TrinityAsburyPark.

5 PM Santa Eucharistia/Holy Eucharist
Bilingual Holy Eucharist. Limited to 50 people.



6:00 PM Evening Prayer via Zoom

You’re invited to join us for an interactive online service of Evening Prayer, every Wednesday at 6 pm. The service will be held on Zoom. Please contact the church office at office@trinitynj.com for Zoom information, help or with questions.



6:30 PM Holy Eucharist in the Church

A quiet, contemplative mid-week Holy Eucharist service held in the church.


Monday – Friday

7:30 AM Morning Prayer 

We are also providing Morning Prayer resources for daily use in the home on our resource page. You may access that by clicking here.


Seabrook Monthly Eucharist

This service is currently on hiatus due to COVID-19 safety concerns


*Nursery and Childcare

Childcare is currently not offered due to Diocesan COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Rocking chairs are in the church in the back reserved for parents/guardians with newborns to use should you feel more comfortable keeping your child with you in worship.