Most Holy Trinity Parish

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Most Holy Trinity Parish, East Hampton, New York
with St. Peter, Amagansett

Most Holy Trinity Parish is where the joy of the gospel is
    proclaimed, taught and lived.


The Winter Mass schedule is in effect from Sunday after Thanksgiving to Palm Sunday. St. Peter's, Amagansett is closed till further notice. See below. Maps to help you find us.
The Parish Bulletin is on-line. Click here for the Pastor's Homilies.


Holy Week & Easter 2014

St. Peter's Church in Amagansett will reopen for Sunday Mass on Easter Sunday. Watch this space or our Facebook page for later announcements. 

The schedule of Holy Week and Easter services at Most Holy Trinity and St. Peter's is posted below.

Holy Week & Easter 2014

Palm Sunday (April 13)

5.15 pm Saturday Church; 9.15 Hall, 11.30 Church

Monday (April 14)

8 am – Mass
7pm – Confessions

Tuesday (April 15)

8 am – Mass

Wednesday (April 16)

8 am – Mass
8 pm –
Spanish Confessions

Holy Thursday (April 17)

9 am – Morning Prayer
8 pm -
Bilingual Mass of the Lord’s Supper (Parish Hall)

Good Friday (April 18)

9 am – Morning Prayer
Noon - Stations of the Cross at MHT Cemetery, Cedar Street (Weather Permitting)

3 pm – Celebration of the Lord’s Passion (Church)
8 pm -
Spanish Celebration of the Lord’s Passion (P Hall)

Holy Saturday (April 19)

9 am – Morning Prayer & Blessing of Easter Food
10 am – Confessions (Church)

7 pm - Easter Vigil (Church)
9 pm -
Spanish Easter Vigil (Parish Hall)

Easter Sunday

9:15 am & 11:30 am (Parish Hall)
7 pm-
Spanish Mass (Church)

9 St. Peter the Apostle Church, Amagansett


Fast and Abstinence

On Good Friday: Fast and Abstinence (no meat; one full meal and two lighter meals; no eating between meals. Fasting is voluntary but commended on other Lenten days. Fridays are meatless, though for a good reason one may excuse themselves and perform a different penitential action.

Reconciliation (Confession)

The Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) is available each Saturday between 4 and 4.45 in Church, on Monday of Holy Week at 7pm until all are heard; on Holy Saturday morning at 10am for an hour, or by appointment with Father Hanson.

Stations of the Cross are said on Fridays at noon.



Visit the NEW Social Justice page for information about: Syria and Immigration Reform.


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Of interest


Daily Mass Readings:


The pastor's homilies and letters are now on line.


Protection of Children link. All information regarding the diocesan effort to ensure all our children are safe.


Links to our neighboring congregations' websites (East Hampton Clericus).


Google maps to help you find us.