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We, at Trinity Memorial, welcome all, regardless of race, ethnic origin, gender or sexual orientation. We love what makes you unique. Our Web site is a good starting point for getting to know us, and we hope to meet you in person!
Trinity Memorial is accessible; to enter, use the powered glass doors on Oak Street, right next to the Church building; proceed straight into the "Gym". In the far right corner of the Gym is an elevator to take you to the Sanctuary level.
We welcome you in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ to Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church.
We welcome all who want to share in our love of Christ, and we invite you to learn more about who we are and catch a glimpse of what the people of God are doing at Trinity Memorial, as we try to grow in the knowledge, love and service of our Lord and Savior.
Musical Services and Events
FIRST FRIDAY, November 1st at 7:30 - Candlechant sung by the men of the Trinity Choir featuring music of the feast of All Saints.
Sunday, November 24, 7:00 pm, Choral Evensong offered by the Trinity Choir, focusing on the music of Christ the King, including that of Pelham Humfrey, 1647-74.
The full set of Trinity Memorial Musical Offerings is presented in a brochure which is available at Trinity Memorial Church, 44 Main Street, Binghamton, NY, or for your convenience is reproduced here.
On Sunday, October 27 at 8 pm in the Helen Foley Theater at Binghamton High School The Madrigal Choir of Binghamton - will sing a concert featuring the MUSIC of WOMEN COMPOSERS for the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. The Binghamton High school Concert Choir with Jennifer Easley, Conductor will be joining the Madrigal Choir. Tickets are: $15. At the door for adults and $5.00 for students. Dr. Bruce Borton, is the Artistic Director.
Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. – St. Patrick’s Catholic Church – 58 Oak Street in Binghamton will feature the recently formed Southern Tier Singer’s Collective, Dr. William Culverhouse, Conductor.
Music will feature: Requiem and “Take Him Earth, for Cherishing” by Herbert Howells; How to Go On by Dale Trumbore and closing with “Bring Us, O Lord God” by William Harris. Several Trinitarians sing in this Choir. A good will offering is received and you are invited to attend.
Lessons and Carols for Christmas – by the Madrigal Choir of Binghamton, offered at two different venues this year.
Saturday, Nov. 30 at 4:00 pm at First Presbyterian Union Church in OWEGO located at Temple Street in Owego, NY
Sunday, Dec. 1 at 3:00 pm at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 346 Prospect Street, Binghamton, NY.
First Friday, December 6, 7:30 pm - Trinity Ringers Holiday Ring.
Other Activities and Events
On Wednesday November 13th at Noon, Valerie Spiller will lead a very interesting Bible Study. Read more.
The Trinity Forums will host two series: 1) Seeking Inclusion in the Church and 2) Writers and Their Craft. The Trinity Forum meets most Sundays at 11:30 am in the Common Room; presentations and discussions typically last an hour.
On November 3rd, Phyllis Amenda will address LGBT issues in the Episcopal Church.
On November 10th, Bev Cosimano, Chair of the Reconciling Ministry Committee at Central UMC will talk about the "United Methodist Church Going Forward".
On November 17th, Liz Rosenberg, BU Professor, author of poetry, novels and picture books will speak.
On November 24th, Karen Bernardo, editor and mystery writer from Vestal will speak about "Writing in the Southern Tier".
On December 1st, August Cole, son-in-law of Connie and Fred Alexander and author of near-future military thrillers will speak about "Lessons from the Next World War".
The Trinity Lunchers meet most months on the third Monday of the month at the Spot Restaurant, Upper Front Street, Binghamton at 12:00 Noon. This month, we welcome Kathy Corse, our featured speaker.
Daylight Saving Time begins November 3! Remember to set your clocks back!
We mourn with the families and friends of those who recently died:
David Picalila, who died September 24, 2019
Dorothy Babcock, who died September 27, 2019
William Kaiser (father of Sharon Kaiser), who died October 1, 2019
Paul Maroon (cousin of Barb Manzo) who died October 15, 2019
Thankful Reflections and Additional Activites
On October 20th, we formally kicked off our annual Stewardship Pledge Campaign with a potluck dinner. In addition to wonderful food and fellowship we heard inspiring words from Peter Koeppel, who announced a goal of $190,000, lead by our wardens and vestry who have pledged $40,000 towards that goal. We are hoping to receive your pledges by Sunday, November 10th and ask for your prayers for a successful campaign.
On October 10th our choir and friends departed via bus on a five-day singing tour to Cleveland and Toronto. We especially thank all who contributed financially and joined in this exciting venture.
We had a wonderful time and invite you to hear a little more and see some of our pictures.
To my Trinity Family,
I want to thank everyone for their kindness and thoughtfulness shown to me during my Dad's passing
Love you all, Sharon Kaiser