Trinity Episcopal Church has a history since 1830 in the Village of Fayetteville. Dedicated to its Christian, Episcopal and Anglican roots, this community is seeking to be faithful to its calling in the 21st century. This includes a commitment to inspired worship and spiritual growth within our community as well as engagement with the world beyond the church walls. We sincerely welcome visitors and new members. Read More
8am - Holy Eucharist
10am - Children’s Worship
10:15am - Holy Eucharist with Choir
Both services followed by Coffee Hour
Wednesdays at Wisdom House
12pm - Holy Eucharist
Welcome to the Website of Trinity Episcopal Church, Fayetteville, NY.
Having served this community now for over 18 years, I can tell you that it is unique in many respects, and I am proud to call it my spiritual home. We are a complex and diverse mix of individuals who have committed ourselves to rising above our differences in order to form a community. We embrace both the traditional and the emerging forms of Wisdom Christianity. Likewise, while paying attention to our own spiritual growth, we are also committed to outreach and the principles of justice.
We would love to welcome you.
The Nancy Simmons Wisdom House is a spiritual outreach ministry of Trinity Church. This ministry is an effort to provide hospitality and welcome to seekers of all faith traditions. Wisdom House is designed to be a place where we might honor one another through fruitful dialogue and inquiry.
All the programs of Wisdom House are designed to stimulate and assist spiritual growth. We begin with the understanding that there are stages through which we pass on our spiritual journeys. What we see at one stage and what feeds us when we are at that level will change and develop as we progress. Indeed, at a further point, the previous perspective will now seem too narrow and what fed us before will now fail to nourish. Not surprisingly, much about which we disagree and even argue about (even within the same spiritual tradition) often turns out to be a function of the divergence of the perspectives from these various levels. Thus, it is not always so much the content of our beliefs that divide us as it is the rung from which we encounter and experience them.