In-person worship now
at 8:30 am and 11 am.

Online remote livestream 
continues on
YouTube Channel: 
Trinity Wexford.

Summer Sundays

10:00 a.m.

Fall-Spring Sundays

8:30 & 11 a.m.


Click on the links below for additional information and details concerning the Sacraments and non-Sacramental Rites including:

  • Holy Baptism
  • First Holy Communion
  • Confirmation
  • Holy Matrimony
  • Anointing of the Sick

You may also contact the church office at office@trinitywexford.org for more information.

Our Worship Sites include:

Church (A historic landmark)
Parish Hall
Outdoor Chapel

Opportunities to Serve

There are many ways to take an active part in worship including the following volunteer roles:

Altar Guilds
Assisting Ministers
Card Ministers
Choir Members and Instrumentalists
Children’s Message
Communion Assistants
Communion Breadmakers
Youth Groups*

*Individuals working with children as volunteers or paid employees are required by law to obtain the following certifications: 

  • Report of criminal history from the Pennsylvania State Police; and 
  • Child Abuse History certification from the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services; and
  • Fingerprint based federal criminal history (FBI) submitted through the Pennsylvania State Police or its authorized agent.

Volunteers that apply for an unpaid position and have been a resident of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the entirety of the previous 10 years are not required to obtain a fingerprint based federal criminal history (FBI).  Those individuals must swear or affirm in writing that they are not disqualified from service based upon a conviction of an offense under §6344.

Thoughts from our Parishioners

The music of the church service brings me closer to God. The liturgy, hymns and anthems all touch that spiritual self and open my heart to what God has to say. At special times, like Easter and the Christmas Cantata, extra members of the congregation and added musical instruments contribute to celebrating our Savior’s resurrection and birth.


There is a linkage between the music and the Bible readings that brings the words of the hymns into sync with the story of the day. The choir, special musicians and vocalists add to the joyful noise praise to God.