Founded in 1712 and remain a family of worship today.

Welcome to Holy Trinity Episcopal Church


The church is open for in-person worship. (Masks are now optional.) We will continue to stream virtual service on Facebook every Sunday during the 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist mass. Please contact the church for Facebook access.

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 1956 Main Road, Tiverton, RI 02878. 401-624-4759 or office@htc.necoxmail.com. Fr. John’s office hours: Wednesday through Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.






Schedule Services

  • Saturdays Evening: Holy Eucharist at 5pm
  • Sunday Morning: Holy Eucharist at 8:00 am
  • Sunday Morning: Holy Eucharist at 10:00 am

Stations of the Cross (Fridays at 3pm)

Every Friday afternoon during Lent at 3pm we will have the 14 Stations of the Cross. We will observe the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ, beginning with the Condemnation of Jesus to death to placing Jesus’ body in the tomb.

40-day Lenten Gratitude Challenge

A Grateful Lent, Noticing and Giving Thanks for Small Things in Our Daily Life:  The United Thank Offering (UTO) presents a 40-day Lenten gratitude challenge. You may sign up at https://unitedthankoffering.com/lent/ to receive one encouraging text message a day on your phone during the season of Lent.

Palm Sunday (April 1 & April 2)

Services are at 5pm Saturday (April 1) and at 8am and 10am on Sunday (April 2). The 10am service is a choral Eucharist, and the procession with palms begins at 9:45am.

Maundy Thursday (April 6)

The Holy Eucharist is celebrated at 7pm.

Good Friday (April 7)

The Good Friday Ecumenical Walk begins at noon at Holy Trinity Church. Youth lead the 14 Stations of the Cross through Tiverton. All ages are welcome. A light luncheon follows in the parish hall. The 14 Stations of the Cross are also observed at 3pm inside the church.

Holy Saturday  (April 8)

The Easter Vigil is at 7pm. This is a choral Eucharist.

Easter Sunday (April 9)

Services are at 8am & 10am. The 10am service is a choral Eucharist.

Music Program

We have music every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. service. Rob Currier, our seated organist and choir director plays every other Sunday.

Seeking New Choir Members

Holy Trinity is asking you to consider becoming a new choir member. No experience required, we just need voices to lift our hearts, minds, and spirits in the worship of God.  If you are interested please speak with Rob Currier or contact the church office. Please call Rob at 401-265-1589.

Holy Trinity Church Sunday School and Child Care

After shutting down the Sunday Church  School and Child Care for almost three years. It is about time we are going to have a Sunday School and Child Care at our 10:00 service.

Are You New? 

You will be warmly welcomed. – In Paul’s letter to the Romans, he gives us a command to show hospitality to others. Here at Holy Trinity, we take Paul’s command seriously. We pride ourselves on making everyone who comes through our doors feel welcome. We are a church family in every way that truly loves and cares not only for one another but also for all those who may come to visit us for a day or who hopefully stay with us for a lifetime.

Walking into a new church, or a new denomination can be an intimidating experience. But don’t let that stop you. To make things a bit easier for you, we offer this brief introduction of what newcomers might expect. If you have questions during the service, feel free to ask someone nearby or one of the ushers at the back of the church.

The Act of Worship

As Episcopalians, we gather in worship to celebrate God’s presence among us. The services follow an order found in our Book of Common Prayer (“common prayer” refers to the prayers we say as a group, in common). We’re a sacramental and liturgical church, acknowledging our traditional rites and roots but open to thoughtful debate.

As you enter the church, you’ll be greeted by an usher and be given a pew bulletin that will guide you through the service, containing all the prayers, responses, and readings. It will also tell you when to stand or kneel. Practices vary, even among Episcopalians. Generally, we stand to sing; prayers are said either standing or kneeling; we stand to hear the Gospel and sit to hear the other readings.

On the back of the pews, you will find two books: the blue 1982 Hymnal and the black Book of Common Prayer from which all services are conducted. Pew bulletins are used to make following the services easier, especially for newcomers.

An Open Door

When you visit an Episcopal church, you will be a respected and welcomed guest. You will not be singled out in any way nor asked to stand before the congregation nor to come forward. You will simply be part of our family as we worship God. We strive to live by the message of Jesus Christ in which there are no outcasts and every one of God’s creations is welcome.