Trinity Memorial Church in Binghamton is a parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York and a Jubilee Ministry Center dedicated to outreach ministry and service. Founded in 1886 on the west side of the Chenango River, we are located in downtown Binghamton, across the street from Binghamton High School. Our average Sunday attendance is approximately 125 people.
We are a diverse people responding to God through worship and music, friendship and formation, generosity and service.
(Adopted by the Vestry, November 2009.
To serve Christ passionately through self, family, parish and community.
(Adopted by the Vestry, November 2009)
We see ourselves as:
A vibrant community of faith, worship, fellowship and serviceCommitted to excellence in worship, music, and preaching in the rich tradition of the Episcopal Church.
A diverse community of families and singles, professionals and working people, young and old, gay and straight, transgender, or questioning, wealthy and poor. Dedicated to living a thoughtful Christian faith relevant to the challenges of today.
A faith community which serves the greater community and those in need.