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Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

Trenton, New Jersey

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Trinity Episcopal Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of the Diocese of New Jersey and the home of a vibrant community that comes together to worship and serve God! You will find people here who come from all over the Trenton and lower Bucks County region; people of all ages, backgrounds, races, nationalities, sexual orientations and points of view. We value and respect our diversity because here we are united in Christ. Trinity Cathedral was established as the primary church of the Diocese of New Jersey in 1931 as two Trenton congregations - All Saints Church and Trinity Church - were combined to form the nucleus of a new place set apart to serve God, the Diocese, and the community. We are committed to proclaiming the good news of the Gospel and bringing people to Christ, while continuing our spiritual development, doing good works, being faithful stewards of God’s resources, and fostering a growing, healthy and diverse community. We invite you to participate in the life and work of this grand place. Join us for a service, a concert, or a community event! Our Mission: God is here; Jesus loves you. We are a welcoming, diverse community sharing God’s love, spreading the Gospel, and caring for all people and God’s creation. Come join us.

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