Historic Trinity Chapel

A landmark building

The Trinity College Chapel serves as a center for Christian life on campus. In addition, it is home for activities as diverse as carillon concerts and Zen meditation. The Chapel is a place of prayer, a meeting space for conversation, a center for rich and varied cultural activities, and a valuable resource for students and faculty of all faiths. It is also home to the Office of the Chaplain.

The Chapel is open during the day and most evenings when services and events are scheduled. It offers all who enter a sanctuary. Within the main chapel are two smaller chapels, which can also be used for private prayer and meditation: the Friendship Chapel, on the main floor; and the Crypt Chapel, on the lower level. There is a prayer request box near the Friendship Chapel or through this website. The chaplains honor these requests during Chapel services and at other times throughout the week. Of course, the Chapel also offers a variety of religious services.

The Trinity College Chapel also may be reserved for wedding ceremonies by anyone including students, alumni, faculty, staff, the children parents of these individuals, and people without a previous connection to the college. People are welcome to invite their own pastor to serve as officiant, as long as this person is ordained in their tradition and is licensed as required by the State of Connecticut. The Trinity College chaplain also is available to serve as officiant at wedding ceremonies which follow the liturgies of the Episcopal Church. The Roman Catholic chaplain also is available to preside at this sacrament in the Trinity College Chapel.

Please contact the Assistant Director of the Calendar and Special Events Office, Elliot Levesque (elliot.levesque@trincoll.edu​,​ 860-297-4021), to make arrangements for a wedding in the Chapel.