Trinity Episcopal Church

Highland Park, Illinois

Sunday 9 a.m. in-person worship, 425 Laurel Ave., Highland Park, Illinois

On Sunday, June 5, you might want to allow extra time to get to our morning service due to street closures for the North Shore Classic race. Marathon route & Street closures ( .pdf file, 2 pages).

Sunday 11 a.m. online Sunday worship (central time, -5 hours UTC)

  • attend via Zoom

  • attend by telephone: (312) 626-6799

  • Meeting ID: 948 1489 8440

  • One-tap mobile: +13126266799,,94814898440#

Thursday 10 a.m. online morning prayer service (central time)

  • attend via Zoom

  • attend by telephone: (312) 626-6799

  • Meeting ID: 930 0814 5876

  • One-tap mobile: +13126266799,,93008145876#

Saturday online study 10 a.m. (central time)

  • attend via Zoom

  • attend by telephone: (312) 626-6799

  • Meeting ID: 883 7960 1426

  • Passcode: 197863

  • One-tap mobile: +13126266799,,88379601426#,,,,*197863#

Join us! There's room for everyone.

Our mission is to proclaim and live God’s love for all, while growing together in worship, fellowship and service.

Our vision is to make caring and service part of our community's daily thoughts and actions.

Click on "Event Calendar" at top of page to see more information about services and activities!

More information about our activities may be found in our weekly e-mails (sign up here to receive them).

We're glad you are visiting the website, and invite you to browse around and get to know us. We hope you will join us on Sunday morning, so we can get to know you. Wherever you are on your faith journey, you will find a warm welcome at Trinity.

Trinity is located just a block North and 1/2 block East of the Highland Park Metra stop, and just east and across the street from the Highland Park Library. Street parking is available in front of the church on Laurel, and behind the church in the municipal lot accessed from Central Avenue. (Don't be surprised if you don't see a lot of cars on Laurel! Most parishioners park in the lot on Central.)


Public Health Advisory

As of May 27, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control reported community transmission levels of COVID-19 as “high” in Lake and Cook counties; they therefore recommend:

  • Wearing a mask indoors in public.

  • Staying up to date with COVID-19 vaccines.

  • Getting tested if you have symptoms.

Additional precautions may be needed for people at high risk for severe illness. For more information, visit cdc.gov