Service Schedule :

Sunday Service at Holy Trinity Church at 9:00 am

Sunday Service at Redeemer Church, Mattituck at 11:00 am

Spanish Service with Fr. Gerardo Romo at Redeemer Church, Mattituck at 1:00 pm



Common Ground Garden - There is much to celebrate and much more to do. The motto of Common Ground is “Growing Food to Give It Away”. If you would like to volunteer please email Barbara Wasilausky at

Lectio Divinia - Finding Stillness In Love. Meditation Class at Holy Trinity - lead by Darren Mignone. The 2nd Sunday of each month @ 4:00 pm

Bible Study - Come join us as we explore the Bible Together. Our schedule is the 1st Thursday of the month at Holy Trinity. Greenport and the 3rd Thursday of the month at Redeemer, Mattituck. All classes begin at 6:00 pm. Bible study will be led by parishioners Elliot Conrad and Jerry Stagg.

Marine & Arts Camp at Holy Trinity - Our pilot camp started this summer for 5th-8th Graders and runs from July 8th thru August 2nd. Each week will offer a different focus: Woodworking & Boat Building Skills, Culinary Arts & Farming, Art & Design and Our Environment - Water & Land. For further information contact Fr. Joslin @

Theology Pub - On break for the summer. Check back for an updated schedule.

North Fork Evensong Project - Every month of two we bring you a wonderful musically themed Mass usually held on a Saturday evening. Stay tuned for our next scheduled event!

At Holy Trinity we strive to be a church that is open, inclusive, and welcoming of all God’s children. Although we were founded in the days in which Greenport made it's living from the sea we are still an emerging Christian community, not yet fully formed in personality or identity. We are in the midst of creation, but still relying on the wisdom of the saints preceding us. As an Episcopal community, our worship is grounded in the meaning, beauty and artfulness of the ritual of the early church. Yet theologically, we are constantly seeking to understand how Christ’s life and teachings are relevant to us in the 21st century.

We welcome you, no matter who you are, into this work of creating a new kind of church – a church that is both ancient and fully engaged in the present.

Give Fr. Roger Joslin a call at 631-655-1247. Roger would be happy to talk with you about your spiritual journey and how Holy Trinity can be a part of your quest.  



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