Trinity Memorial Church

44 Main Street

Binghamton, NY 13905

(607) 723-3593

trinity@trinitymemorial.org

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© 2020 Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church

OUR MISSION

To serve Christ passionately through self, family, parish and community.

JOIN US FOR WORSHIP

Sunday, 8:00am
Holy Eucharist,

a spoken Service

Sunday, 10:00am

Holy Eucharist, 
with music

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.

Welcome!

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.

Be Safe and Stay Connected - Electronically

While we do what is prudent to remain safe ourselves, as well as keep to those we love safe, we are connecting in a number of ways, all electronic:

  • We call each other, we message each other, we connect via Facebookwww.facebook.com/trinitymemorialchurch or YouTube: bit.ly/trinitybinghamton ; 

  • On Sunday mornings at 10:00 am, please join us on YouTube for a live broadcast of our Sunday Worship Service - look for the "Virtual Service" Live-stream!  You may watch and listen to our Sunday Morning Worship Services or our music offerings any time. May they offer you peace, this time, and always!

Let us pray:

 

This is another day, O Lord. I know not what it will bring forth, but make me ready, Lord, for whatever it may be. If I am to stand up, help me to stand bravely. If I am to sit still, help me to sit quietly. If I am to lie low, help me to do it patiently. And if I am to do nothing, let me do it gallantly. Make these words more than words, and give me the Spirit of Jesus. Amen.

 Help 

COVID-19 Update 

To reduce exposures to the virus, Trinity Memorial is cancelling all group meetings, including the following until notified otherwise:

  • Gathering in-person for worship at Trinity Memorial Church.  

  • The associated "Forums" that usually follow the services.

  • The Lenten Concert Series and suppers.

  • The Trinity Lunchers.

  • Other church gatherings (choir practice etc.).

  • Chow collections are suspended.  Please participate in the food store's collections in the meantime.

  • If you have further questions (or answers!) please call the Trinity Memorial office phone number. 

Please note: the Sunday Canteen sit-down dinner will be replaced by the distribution of take-out meals at the regular time.

Now that New York's Governor, Andrew Cuomo, has mandated that only essential services may leave their home to report to work, our staff is working from home

  • Fr. Glenn, is working from home and doing Morning Prayer services on Sunday Mornings at 10 a.m. with the aid of the Technology Team.  He is checking his phone messages from home. To leave a message, please call Trinity Memorial Church, 607 723-3593 and leave a message on his voice mail:  Ext. 103.

  • Jeff Fellows, Building and Grounds Manager, is checking the building and grounds several times a week. His cell phone number is 607 222-2967.

  • Chris Brown, Financial Secretary, is working some from home and coming into his office to pay bills and process donations. 

  • Rayleen Kie, Assistant for Outreach and Pastor Care Coordinator, is working from home and is available by phone:  607 677-5085.

  • Timothy Smith, Organist & Choirmaster, is working remotely as well and can be reached by email Portagetim@yahoo.com. 

  • Arlene Ghilardi, Office Manager, is working from home.  Please, be in touch by emailing trinity@trinitymemorial.org or by leaving a message  on her office voicemail: Ext. 100. She will be checking messages regularly.

 Stewardship in a Time of Crisis

Don’t forget your pledge or offering to Trinity Memorial or our Priest’s Discretionary Fund.  Consider also directing Easter Memorial Flowers donations to the Discretionary Fund as there will be no flowers in our closed-up building.  Be sure that memorial donations and memorial names arrive by April 5th to be certain that they are included in the Easter memorial list.  Trinity Memorial will much appreciate receiving your offering and Fr. Glenn will need to use the Discretionary Fund a lot more right now to help persons in need. Send money electronically from your bank, or however you make electronic payments. Send in your check by  mail, if you prefer. However you prefer to do it: do it!  kwpk

Do you need assistance with online payments ? 

Get HELP. 

Help When You Need It

Our Pastoral Care team is in communication and we will try to meet needs as they arise. Please keep in touch with me (607-677-5085) or email me at caring.tmc@gmail.com. Also – if you’re feeling lonely and isolated- call or write and we can chat.  One of the great strengths of Trinity is our caring spirit which will continue even during our physical separation from one another. Prayers, courage and keep in touch and please take good care of you!  Blessings!

Rayleen, Assistant for Pastoral Care and Outreach

Think Priorities, Safety, and Essentials of Holy Week

Some thoughts to get us through these difficult times and a mindset for Holy Week are offered by Peter Koeppel.  Read more.

Meet Our Members - The Church Mouse Reports

Meet a Brenda Truex who recently joined Trinity Memorial Church, and hear about Martha Bennett's happenstance connection to The Church MouseRead more.

Thanks to the St. Patrick's Parade Trinity Volunteers

A big job was made fun as hundreds enjoyed Trinity's hospitality at the St. Patrick's Day parade.  Thanks to the many volunteers that made this possible.  Read more.