Trinity Episcopal Church and Parish House
227 Sherman Street
Watertown, NY 13601
+1 315 788 6290
Said to built in 1889-1890, Trinity Episcopal Church and Parish House is a huge Richardsonian Romanesque style architecture known for its water table made of ashlar stone. Member of Anglican Communion, it has a separate parish house that was built in 1912-1913 and is a member of National Register of Historic Places. The church believes in connecting the masses to god through music and hence there are choirs held every Sunday. Also special training is provided for those who want to learn and be a part of it. The church is also affiliated with many social causes and actively participates in many cultural and social events.