Trinity Episcopal Church | Ossining Westchester County New York
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Trinity Episcopal Church


Westchester County

Union soldiers Diocese New York Anglican One Holy Catholic Apostolic Archbishop of Canterbury Gospel Christ parish Trinity Episcopal Church

Trinity Episcopal Church was founded in 1868 by returning Union soldiers, and is in its 136th year. Trinity is a landmark in the heart of downtown Ossining and is among 200 parishes of the Episcopal Diocese of New York. The Episcopal Church is a part of the worldwide Anglican Church, a fellowship within the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church, of which the Archbishop of Canterbury is the spiritual leader.

Today, Trinity is enjoying renewal and re-growth under the pastoral guidance of our eighth rector, The Rev. Canon Charles P. Pridemore. He is leading the parishioners to build on Trinity's liturgical roots in Anglo-Catholic worship, while proclaiming the Gospel of Christ to Ossining and the wider community. Our parish is home to people from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds, including families from Africa, the Caribbean, South America, and the fourth generation of a family from Ossining. We are single, engaged, married, widowed, gay and lesbian. Together we are a loving family known as Trinity Church, living our lives as Christ would have us live them.

Location: Ossining

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