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Trinity Episcopal Church, 124 Schuyler St., Boonville, NY
Holy Eucharist 9:00 AM Sunday
The Reverend Linda M. Logan, Rector

Trinity Church is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York and proudly shares its vision:
                                  "To be the passionate presence of Christ for one another and the world we are called to serve."                                 

                                               Phone:  315 942 4726     Email Inquiries to:   TrinityBoonville[at] 
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Founded in 1857,Trinity Church is known for its music and for the warmth and activity of its members both within the parish and within the community.  Come join us!  As Episcopalians, we are a people open both in mind and heart.

A full slate of activities is offered at the church every week--Sunday school for children at 9:30 Sunday morning, the Rite 13 program for middle school youth at 3:00 Sunday afternoon, the Rector's Forum for adults Tuesday evening at 7:00, and the Art Workshop for all interested persons Thursday evening at 6:30. The parish supports the thrift shop and food pantry ministries of Matthew's Place in Boonville and the transportation and other services of the Community Human Resources program of Lyons Falls. An Al-Anon group meets weekly in the parish hall, and an Alzheimer's Caregiver Support group meets on the last Wednesday of each month.  The Boonville Historical Club meets monthly in the parish hall.

Trinity hosts a Stone Soup Supper, a free dinner for anyone who wishes to attend, on a bi-monthly basis.  These dinners are based on the 'stone soup' model in that they are made from ingredients donated by the parish and others in the community.  The menu varies, in the last year we have had a hot dog / hamburger cookout, hearty noodle soup with lots of chicken,  pancakes and sausages, and most recently scalloped potatoes and ham.

Trinity also hosts recitals, featuring the newly restored one-hundred-year-old tracker organ, and artists and speakers of interest to the wider community. And the parish's dinners and other fundraisers bring in people from throughout the area. A three-year renovation project encompassing the rebuilding of the Morey organ, the restoration of the 1860s-era European stained glass, and flooring and structural improvements was completed in 2008.


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