We are easily accessible from routes 138, 139, and 27.
As Episcopalians, we enjoy the “via media,” the middle way, between catholicism and protestantism. This is evident in our love of scripture, tradition, sacrament, liturgy, and social justice. Whether you’re familiar with either of these religious traditions, or no religious tradition at all, you will certainly feel right at home here at Trinity.
EVERYONE … is welcome at Trinity and welcome to come and learn about the God who has revealed God’s Self as Love in Jesus Christ. We believe that God was fully alive and present in Jesus, and we believe that God is also alive and present within every human being. Further, we believe that God created life in this world as fundamentally good, despite many human choices to the contrary. Thus, we are devoted to stewardship of the earth, social responsibility, and to “seeking out and serving Christ in all persons,” as our Baptismal promise declares.
Trinity is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, a large diocese which includes the greater Boston are and the Cape and Islands. There are 110 dioceses in the The Episcopal Church of the USA and we are part of the global Anglican Communion, with congregations in 160 countries.
Our diocesan bishop is The Rt. Rev. Alan H. Gates, consecrated September 13, 2014, who recently succeeded our previous bishop, The Rt. Rev. M. Thomas Shaw, SSJE. The Rt. Rev. Gayle Harris serves as our suffragan (assisting) bishop. The Rt. Rev. Roy F. “Bud” Cederholm retired in November 2011 after nearly 11 years of service as bishop suffragan in the Diocese of Massachusetts. Since early 2012, Bishop Cederholm has served in a limited, assisting capacity on specifically assigned projects.
If you have any questions please call the church at 781-344-4592 and we will be happy to help you!