Trinity Church is an Episcopal congregation located in the village of Seneca Falls, NY.  It is a member parish in the Diocese of Central New York.  Trinity Church was incorporated on February 11, 1831.  It’s current building was constructed in 1885.  A new parish house was constructed in 1915 due to alterations in the Erie Canal that affected the site.  The physical location and the worship space is the pride of the congregation.  Seneca Falls is known for a number of important local, regional and nation events and sites, including the National Women’s Hall of Fame, the Erie Canal Museum, the nearby Montezuma Wildlife Refuge, and the Northeast College of Health Sciences https://www.northeastcollege.edu/.  

Our Trinity prayer is as much a part of our mission today as it was when generations before us first worshipped at this site in 1886:

O Christ, the Rock of our faith, we give thanks
for these years of worship in this building. Your
people, as living stones, built a spiritual home for
worship, ministry, and mission. Grant us
your continued blessings. Strengthen us in our
commitment of love and service to the world.
May that commitment be conveyed to the
remotest generation. This we ask in Jesus
Christ our Lord. Amen

Sunday services: Holy Communion with music, Sundays at 9:30am, followed by coffee and refreshments.

The Parish Office is open from 10-12:00,  Tuesday – Friday.  (If you find the Parish Hall door locked during these hours, please ring the doorbell.)

Who are these people anyways?

We are Trinity Church. While we do have a lovely & historic church building, it is our desire to connect individually with God that spurs us on. Trinity is a place to find God (maybe more importantly) be found by God.
We are Episcopalians- a flavor of Christianity that has its roots going all the way back to the Church of England. We were formed after the American Revolution and our form of church government is quite democratic.
We are a small group full of spunk and wanting to interact with the world, watching God in action and then joining in.
We would love to have you join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 9:30am. We’d like to get to know you and hear about your spiritual journey. We’re not perfect, but we’ll be more perfect if you join us.
We are not one of those churches who thinks they have the right to take on everything. We are comfortable not having all the answers. We believe that God is in everyone and we need each other in order to see all the parts of God.
We hope to see you on a Sunday morning, but we are not just Sunday’s. Please feel free to contact our priest, Father Brad Benson at 607-329-9802 or bradbenson28@hotmail.com