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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, December 6 at 7:30 - "A Holiday Ring" - presented by the Trinity Ringers, featuring festive pieces for the season.
Tuesday, December 24th at 10:30 pm, Bach's "Magnificat", featuring five soloist, five choral parts sung by the Trinity Choir with orchestra directed by Timothy E. Smith - a rousing prelude to the 11 pm Candlelight Christmas Eve Eucharist Service that follows.
Sunday, January 5, 4 pm - Lessons and Carols for Epiphany - presented by the Trinity Choir and the Trinity Ringers, with organist and director Timothy E. Smith. Join in the re-telling of the story of Christ's coming for our salvation.
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.
Other Activities and Events
Tuesday, December 3 at 11 am, Fr. Glenn would like to invite those in the congregation, who have lost a spouse, to join him in the Hoyt Room and share their experience, strength and hope with one another. This is not a therapy group, just a way for brothers and sisters in the Parish sharing what they have gone through and what has been helpful to them along the journey. You’re cordially invited, no matter when you lost your beloved spouse!
On December 8 between our two services come and have breakfast with St. Nick in the Common Room - sponsored by our Christian Education Commission.
On Wednesday December 11th at 11:30 am in the Common Room, Valerie Spiller will lead a very interesting Bible Study, savoring the remarkable imagery in the book of Isiah. Read more.
The Trinity Forums hosts the final session of the Writers and Their Craft series, as well as a new series on the feasts of St. Stephen, St. John and Holy Innocents. The Trinity Forum meets most Sundays at 11:30 am in the Common Room; presentations and discussions typically last an hour.
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".
On December 8 and 15, Fr. Glenn will be leading a study on the three feasts which immediately follow Christmas, referred to as a triduum which will help us to see a deeper Christmas message.
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.
On Sunday, December 22 immediately following the 10 am service we will be greening the church for Christmas. Help is needed for about 45 minutes to make quick work of the job.
We cordially welcome as new members at Trinity: Brenda Truex as well as David and Pokey Crocker!
Louise Donohue has self-published a historical romance novel, Imogen or Love and Money available on Amazon. She writes under her maiden name, G.L. Robinson. Read more.
Congratulations to Edris and Bob Boyll-Kuzia, for their newest grandchild, Casey James Brady, born September 11 in Rancho Palis Verdes, CA. Parents are Robert and Julie Brady; sister is Avery(3)
A couple at Trinity have selected a Columbarium in our All Saints Chapel as their final resting place in lieu of two grave plots at Vestal Hills. If you are interested in purchasing the later or need more information about our Columbarium, please contact the church secretary, Arlene Ghilardi at 723-3593.
Thankful Reflections and Additional Activites
Have you noticed the new furniture in the Common Room? The sofas, cushions, and tables are a gift from Marcy and John Keeler and we are deeply grateful for this.
Lola Basos celebrated her 100th Birthday with her daughter Marena. We are very happy for Lola and her family!