The chapel congregation is invited to join the congregation of Saint Stephen-in-the-Fields (365 College Street) for the services of the Paschal Triduum (Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil).

Sunday, April 14 – Palm Sunday: Holy Eucharist with blessing of palms and procession, 4 pm at Trinity College Chapel

Thursday, April 18 – Maundy Thursday: Holy Eucharist & stripping of the altar, 8 pm at Saint Stephen-in-the-Fields

Friday, April 19 – Good Friday: Good Friday liturgy, 11 am at Saint Stephen-in-the-Fields

Saturday, April 20 – Easter Vigil: Holy Eucharist & lighting of the Paschal fire, 9 pm at Saint Stephen-in-the-Fields

Sunday, April 21 – Easter Sunday: Holy Eucharist, 4 pm at Trinity College Chapel


Spring / Summer 2019




9:00 am

Mattins and Divine Liturgy                                     (Holy Myrrhbearers Orthodox Mission)

4:00 pm



1st & 3rd Sundays, contemporary language


2nd & 4th Sundays, traditional language



8:15 am


The liturgies in Trinity College Chapel are open to all members of the college, the university, and the wider community. Most weekday services are organized by students of the Faculty of Divinity, but Wednesday Choral Evensong and the Sunday services are particularly open to participation by other members of the community, as readers, servers, and musicians. Whether you're interested in regular involvement, or occasional participation, please contact the chaplain to discuss possibilities.


There are many other activities (classes, concerts, rehearsals) and occasional liturgies during the academic term. In summer these tend to be tied to conferences, reunions, weddings and funerals. For further information, please contact the chaplain.



We try wherever possible to make the chapel available for funerals and memorial services to members of the wider university community, and to graduates and former staff of Trinity College. Please contact the chaplain to discuss this possibility.

Detailed wishes around funeral details may be recorded by individuals at any time with the chaplain's office, and a pamphlet to help with this is available. It must be understood, however, that the legal next-of-kin are those who have the final power of determination with regard to funeral arrangements.