Across from the village park in downtown Camden, NY

SUNDAY SERVICE
10 AM

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Trinity is a neighborhood church in the center of downtown Camden - a semi-rural cultural, economic, and educational nexus between the urban centers of Syracuse, Utica, and Watertown.

Dedicated to joyfully proclaiming in word and deed the Good News of Jesus Christ within our parish and beyond our walls, we share our joys and sorrows, our time, talent, compassion, and resources with those we come in contact with and with those we don't.

As part of the two million-member Episcopal Church in the United States and the seventy-seven million world-wide Anglican Communion, we worship God using, as our base, the timeless liturgy found in the Book of Common Prayer. Within that framework and believing worship can be fun and inspirational as well as reverent and holy, our talented worship leaders draw on a variety of liturgical, musical, and graphical resources.

Searching for a church home?
Please visit and stay a while.
CLICK HERE to read a message from our retiring vicar, Amy Gay


Upcoming Services and Events
SUNDAY SERVICES begin at 10AM.
SUNDAY SCHOOL  -  9:45AM.

Christmas Pageant - Sunday, 10AM Service, December 21st

Christmas Eve Service & Eucharist - 5 pm
with David Liddy at Mary Schroyer's Baby Grand Piano


ANNUAL MEETING - JANUARY 18TH



Coffee House Events
Trinity Church Parish Hall

UPDATE
Attendence: 220+ (apologies for those who had to be turned away)
Intake contributions to the Camden Food Pantry: $863.65

Many, many thanks to organizer Jessie Gotham & all our talented local musicians.
And many thanks to the helping people behind the scenes and the people who supported this marvelous program.
WELL DONE PEOPLE, WELL DONE!  THANK YOU ALL!



String Bee - January 17th - 7PM
Irish, Country Blues, Ragtime & Boogie Woogie
played on Hammered Dulcimer (John O'Hara),
Guitar (Steve Queenville), & Piano (Dave Liddy).



Trinity's Mission Statement
At Trinity, we are on a spiritual journey to bring people to unity with God and each other in Christ through prayer and worship, proclaiming the Gospel, and promoting justice, peace and love.