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Rector Search

The Rev. Morgan S. Allen Accepts Call to be Trinity’s 21st Rector

Here is the link to the story.


After bidding goodbye to our 20th Rector, the Rev. Sam Lloyd, in June 2017, Trinity has begun a period of transition and search for a new leader. Such interim periods are important phases in a congregation's life: they can be an opportunity to reflect on the gifts and challenges of the parish, to search deeply for the guiding voice of the Holy Spirit, to honor existing strengths and to open the community up to fresh voices. Whether you are new here or a longtime member, this is an exciting time to be part of Trinity Church, and we warmly invite you to join us as an active participant in the process.


The Parish Profile was released officially on Sunday, March 18, 2018.



Nominations and Applications Process

To nominate a rector candidate for consideration, please email the search committee's confidential address,, and provide the nominee’s name, current position, and contact information. Please also let us know if the nominee is aware of your nomination. The committee takes nominations seriously and will consider each nominee carefully.

To apply for the rector position, please email the search committee's confidential address,, and attach the following as pdf documents or links: your resume or CV, your Ministry Portfolio, a personal statement as a cover letter, and three examples of preaching or teaching (e.g. written sermons or articles, or links to podcasts or webcasts of sermons). If you prefer to submit your application via physical mail, please send it to the committee's confidential post office box: TBRS Committee, P.O. Box 171444, Boston, MA 02116. Applications will be accepted until June 1, 2018.


Latest News & Resources

Visit this page for the latest news and updates from our Parish Profile and Search Committees; and stay tuned for ways your voice and vision can inform this work. We ask especially that you keep Trinity Church in your prayers, that our work and our life together may be to the greater glory of God.