to Holy Trinity Church, Forbes Park, Manila!
Holy Trinity Church is a multicultural Anglican Church that
exists to bring Jesus Christ to the peoples of our community,
reflecting him in our lives, our worship, our study and our
fellowship; working to restore all to unity with God and each
Trinity community has been an active Episcopal congregation
since the end of World War II, first in its Ermita location
near the bay and, since 1969, in Forbes Park, Makati. As part
of the world-wide Anglican community our Parish continues
the work and witness of the Episcopal Church in the Philippine
islands since the start of the 20th Century.
of our denomination's most famous leaders was missionary bishop
to the Philippines and ecumenical visionary, Charles Henry
Brent (1862 – 1929) who was also responsible for the establishment
of the Brent International schools and St. Luke's Hospital.
Since 1990, the Episcopal Church in the Philippines has been
an independent member province of the worldwide Anglican Communion
and Trinity was raised to cathedral status in that year, and
served the Diocese of the Central Philippines in that capacity
until 2003. Holy Trinity is now a regular parish again.
the Philippines, the total membership of our Episcopal Church
is almost 120,000 spread among 590 congregations and served
by 10 bishops, 242 priests and deacons as well as 896 lay
Holy Trinity Church is located on McKinley Road opposite the
San Antonio Shopping Center. From Ayala Avenue towards Fort
Bonifacio our church is located on the left hand side. We
set back from the street but the entrance is sign-posted and
we are easy to find.
Our Church is a ten-minute walk from the Ayala MRT Station
and a five minute cab ride from the Glorietta Shopping Mall.
There is ample parking within the church grounds for those
coming by private car.
If you are unfamiliar with the area, McKinley Road is the
continuation of Ayala Avenue across from the EDSA arterial
road. This intersection is just past the Manila Intercontinental
Hotel. Look for the Shell Service Station on the corner.
information as to how to become a member of our parish family
or for information on baptisms, weddings, funerals and burials
at Holy Trinity please click here.
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