We welcome students and the campus community into worship, music making, community service and social justice, and practices that foster wellbeing and belonging.

Each Sunday of the academic year there is a Service of Holy Communion in the Episcopal tradition at the Trinity College Chapel at 4:30 p.m. The Chapel Singers offer choral elements of the service and student leaders serve as acolytes and greeters. Often throughout the semester, guest preachers are invited to campus to give the sermon. They include alumni who have pursued divinity school or other priests from Connecticut and beyond. This service is followed by Community Brunch, a time for gathering to enjoy a meal catered by one of Hartford’s restaurants.

Other opportunities to connect with Protestant Christian life on campus in its various expressions are the weekly meetings of student organizations under our umbrella. These include Chapel Council, the Trinity College Gospel Choir, Faith Circle, and FIST. These organizations are student-led with support from advisers in the Office of Spiritual & Religious Life. Learn more about them here.


Pluralism & Episcopal Heritage

The Episcopal heritage of Trinity College remains evident in our name, our Chapel and its leadership. And our high value of pluralism has roots in that same history and heritage.


Anthony Williams

Minister for Music to the Gospel Choir