Visiting a new church can be confusing. It is our hope that the information provided on this page will help you feel more at home when visiting Trinity.
If you have other questions, or wish to request additional information, please call the Trinity Church Office at (847) 432-6653, or email our pastor, Bryan Cones.
Where is Trinity Episcopal in Highland Park?
Trinity is located at 425 Laurel Ave., just a block North and 1/2 block East of the Highland Park Metra stop (on Metra's Union Pacific North line), and just east and across the street from the Highland Park Library.
Where should I park?
You can park on Laurel Avenue in front of the church.
There is also a large public lot located directly behind Trinity Episcopal Church on the Central Avenue side. Most people park in the back, so don't be surprised if you don't see a lot of cars on Laurel!
What door do I go in?
If you enter off of Laurel, then you can come in the red doors which lead you right into the back of the church. The doors are heavy, so give a strong pull and they will open!
If you park in the public lot in the back, then you can enter the door which has a "Tri-Con" sign outside. Go up a few stairs, through Wolcott Hall (where we meet for fellowship after the service), go through left door/hallway and it will take you to a room that leads to the sanctuary.
Please ask someone if you have any questions. We are happy to show you the way!
Is there a handicapped accessible entrance?
There is a ramp off of Laurel Avenue that will take you into the church building. Go left after you enter and this will lead you into the a large room which goes right into the front side door to the church.
How do I follow along with the service?
Most of the service is printed in the bulletin (handed out by greeters at both entrances of the church). Many folks seated around you will be regular attendees of the church and can help if you have questions.