Holy Trinity Church

Día de la Candelaria

We hope you can join us in celebrating Dia de la Candelaria on February 5th at 5 pm! We will host a special Dia de la Candelaria service at Holy Trinity. We will have traditional Mexican food and drinks. We look forward to seeing you there!
Candelaria Day is a holiday celebrated on February 2 of each year. This feast commemorates the presentation of Jesus in the temple of Jerusalem. The tradition includes the blessing of candles, the preparation of a special meal, and the celebration of the life of Jesus. This festival is celebrated in many parts of the world, including Mexico, Spain, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Chile, and other Latin American countries.
¡Esperamos que puedas unirte a nosotros para celebrar el Día de la Candelaria el 5 de febrero a las 5 pm! Organizaremos un servicio especial de Dia de la Candelaria en la Santísima Trinidad. Tendremos comida y bebidas tradicionales mexicanas. ¡Esperamos verte allí!
Día de la Candelaria es una fiesta celebrada el 2 de febrero de cada año. Esta fiesta conmemora la presentación de Jesús en el templo de Jerusalén. La tradición incluye la bendición de velas, la preparación de una comida especial y la celebración de la vida de Jesús. Esta fiesta se celebra en muchas partes del mundo, incluyendo México, España, Argentina, Colombia, Perú, Chile y otros países de América Latina.
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Regular Services

Sunday 10:00 AM

Sunday, 22 January
The Third Sunday After the Epiphany

Dear Missioners and Saints:

Sunday, 22 January is the Third Sunday after Epiphany. Fr. Bob Flanagan will celebrate the Holy Eucharist, at 10 am at Holy Trinity Church.
 If you are not able to attend, please consider joining us on Zoom (see access instructions below), where the service will be screen shared.

Peace and blessings


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Father Juan Perez

Father Juan Perez

Father Juan brought his vitality, cultural heritage, and passion to his ministry role and fostered outreach to all members in the community and offered opportunities to foster hope not just on Sundays but in their daily lives. His memory and influence continues to inspire the parish.

Father Juan was born in the South Bronx in New York City, raised Roman Catholic, and received into the Episcopal Church as an adult in 1998. He was ordained to the priesthood in the Diocese of Michigan in June 2014. He served his Curacy at St. Stephen’s, Troy, MI, and also served as co-founder of La Iglesia Detroit and as a Curate Missioner for Hispanic Ministry in the Diocese of Michigan.

Before discerning a call to ordained ministry, Father Juan was employed as a social worker in various clinical and academic settings in New York and Michigan. He moved from the Bronx to Detroit in 2001, and most recently lived in Berkley, MI, with his husband, Joe Cloutier, and their three standard Schnauzers, Maggie, Lazarus, and Jaeger.

Father Juan earned his Master of Divinity degree from Bexley-Seabury Seminary in Ohio, holds a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor’s degree in Peace Studies from Manhattan College.

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, located on Coulter Avenue, was founded in Pawling in 1910 as an offshoot of Christ Church in Patterson. It incorporated as a separate parish in 1956. Services are at 10 a.m. on Sundays. It is home to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and classes in English as a Second Language.

Deacon Ann Conti

Deacon Ann is a long-time member of the Pawling community. Before her ordination in May 2018, she taught high school math and sometimes science at Pawling High School. Currently, she attends Union Theological Seminary and shares their mission of social justice and outreach to the poor with our parish family. Ann increases our awareness of communities in need, those being ignored, or marginalized, both locally and throughout the world. She provides us with opportunities to love like Jesus close to home and to those we will never meet.
Ann is also a spiritual director. She is happy to talk to anyone who wishes to start a conversation about their relationship with God and how to deepen it.
Father Juan Perez

The Seventh-day Adventist Church

Wayne Jamal, Pastor

The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a Protestant Christian denomination which is distinguished by its observance of Saturday, the seventh day of the week in Christian and Jewish calendars, as the Sabbath, and its emphasis on the imminent Second Coming of Jesus Christ. We meet on Saturdays at 9:30am 12:30pm at the Holy Trinity Church. We are grateful for their kind hospitality.

Alcoholics Anonymous

  • Monday
    • Big Book Meeting - 8-9 PM
  • Wednesday
    • Steps & Traditions - 8-9 PM
  • Friday
    • Beginners - 7:30-4:30 PM
      Discussion - 8:45-9:45 PM
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