- Sun., Jun 16, Trinity Sunday (Vicar preaching), 10:30am (Church — last regularly scheduled Sunday morning service in the present sanctuary)
- Sun., Jun 16, Vestry Meeting, 12-2pm (Common Room)
- Sun., Jun 16, Service of Deconsecration, 4pm (Church, Bishop Shin celebrates)
- Sun., Jun 23, Pentecost 2 (Vicar preaching), 10:30am (Auditorium — note change of venue)
Service of Deconsecration, Sunday, June 16, 4pm
Join us Sunday afternoon, June 16, at 4pm, for a special service to deconsecrate the present sanctuary after over 90 years of use. This will be a service of Holy Communion, celebrated by Bishop Allen Shin, Suffragan Bishop of New York. A potluck-BBQ will follow. The church will provide hamburgers and hotdogs, please bring a dish to share, drinks, or dessert. Discarded items of sacred significance from the sanctuary will also be burned. Worship will resume the following week, June 23, in the Auditorium, at 10:30am. For more information read the F.A.Q.
Healing Nations Foundation’s Juneteenth
Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, is celebrated on June 19th to commemorate the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the state of Texas. The Healing Nations Foundation’s Juneteenth Celebration will include music, dancing, and uplifting messages from various community and religious leaders, as well as the presentation of the Spirit Alive awards. A Spirit Alive award will be presented to Presiding Bishop Michael Curry. We have a block of five tickets remaining. Contact Kelli Emerson (email@example.com) directly. Tickets are free.
Vacation Bible School, August 19-23, ages 5-12
Travel back in time to all your favorite stories in the Bible! Register here. $95 per child, sibling discount. Scholarships available.
Join the “Holy Rollers” Mondays at Tryon Public House at for food, fun, and trivia! (7:30pm dinner, 8:30pm trivia contest.)
Did you know child care for ages 0-5 is now available at our Sunday 10:30 AM service?
Now you know … so bring your family and come to church.
Getting to Holy Trinity
The church is located at 20 Cumming Street. Take the “A” train to Dyckman (200th) Street Station. Walk North one block on Broadway, then turn left on Cumming Street, walk West (up the hill half a block) the church is on the left.
Last updated: June 9, 2019.