This is the day which the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.

Here’s a little history of the parish and building. Trinity was consecrated by Bishop George Upfold in 1859. It was designed by notable architect Frank Wills, who may be best known for having designed “The Little Church Around the Corner” in New York. A parishioner at the time had a connection “back East”, and that’s how the architect was secured.
It has had several different organs, but the current pipe organ dates from the 1980s. We are really excited to hear it play all the great Anglican hymns. One of our outreach events will be hosting hymn-sings with guest organists.
Speaking of organists, if you know anyone in that region who might be willing to direct us to an organist, that would be very helpful. Do keep this request in your prayers as well.

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