About Us

Trinity is a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire 

Stick Gothic, with structural elements on the outside of the building

Founded in 1842 the sanctuary was built in 1852 in the Stick Gothic Style, with its structure supporting  beautiful windows and the prayers of generations of faithful worshipers. It was the seat of the first bishop of the Diocese of New Hampshire, the Rt. Rev. Carlton Chase.   

Our most recent windows feature Sophia and her Daughter Hope and St. Clement, the patron of stone masons and quarrymen.  The St. Clement window was installed in 2010.  

​In September of 2015 Trinity Episcopal Church and Prince of Peace Lutheran Church joined together to begin a joint ministry in downtown Claremont.  The joint ministry officially concluded with the closure of Prince of Peace on December 31, 2020.  The congregations have decided to continue to meld their traditions together creating worship experiences that honor both Lutheran and Episcopal traditions.

We are a house of hospitality and prayer all week long

  • Girl Scouts:  Alternate Sundays 5:00 – 7:30 PM
  • Recovery Meetings:  NA meets Mondays at 6:30 pm.  (Currently On-Line and In Person)
  • ISN Dance Class on  Mondays at 1:30 pm 
  • West Central Behavioral Health Children’s program has activities in the parish hall and kitchen ; Tuesday & Thursday afternoons
  • ​BackPack Mission Ministry – Packing & Delivering to the Claremont Elementary and Middle Schools – Thursday mornings
  • ​Rogue Robotics of 4-H 

Open Church Hours Tuesdays & Wednesdays 10am -2pm  and Thursdays 10-noon 

*Please consider a financial gift by searching your hearts and submitting a Pledge Card to help support and maintain our ministry as an Episcopal/Lutheran presence in Claremont.