Holy Trinity Church in the Village of Pawling is a vibrant, friendly, faithful and growing parish. We look forward to meeting newcomers, and hope your visit is a pleasant and rewarding one!
Visiting church - or even “church shopping” - can be a daunting task and it takes some courage to visit a new place, especially by yourself. Rest assured that the parishioners at Holy Trinity are friendly and want you to feel welcome and comfortable. So just come on by; we alternate between Masses and Morning Prayer at 10 AM every Sunday. Our 10 am service has music, with a choir from September through June. Sunday school and nursery care are available at 9:45 AM. Children of all ages are, of course, welcome at any service. After the 10 AM service we have a great coffee hour with a chance to meet, talk and catch up with old and new friends.  Additionally, there are times for fellowship and learning throughout the year. These events are sometimes youth/teen oriented but are often intergenerational. Special events and liturgies are always advertised during the announcements at church and through the website calendar.

Our parking lot is located behind the church, and is accessed from Townsend Boulevard, the street which runs down the side of the property. Street parking is also available. The church is handicapped accessible; there are restrooms on the first and second floor, and an electric chair lift to the parish hall on the second floor.

Please make yourself known to us whether you are visiting the area and would like a friendly and stimulating place to worship, or are seeking a parish home. We look forward to meeting you!

Blessings… The Rev. Juan Perez, and the Churchwardens, Vestry and Parishioners of Holy Trinity.

Tree of Life Synagogue Massacre and the Responsibility of Gospel Witness

NY Diocese

October 29,2018
My Dear Brothers and Sisters, 
All good and well-meaning people in America and across the world are horrified and heartbroken over the mass shooting that took place at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh this weekend. This may have been the largest assault on American Jews in our history, and has happened at a time when there remain many among us, including some of the victims of Saturday’s massacre, who lived through and can remember the Holocaust in Europe of the 1930s and 1940s. Vicious, violent anti-Semitism has been a continuous dark current through western culture century after century; it has erupted in some of the most horrific chapters of our history, and some of the most extreme campaigns of human brutality; and, on Saturday we were reminded in the most painful way that this sheer evil continues to reside in the deep pathology of American religious, racial and ethnic hatreds. 

Every community of faith, and the larger society around us, are recoiling at this violent crime of religious hatred in our midst. Everywhere are prayers for the dead and wounded, for the bereaved, and for a shattered community. The people of Tree of Life, and of Squirrel Hill in Pittsburgh, will know, I am certain, the compassion and love of the much larger body of people who feel the deep wound of this violence alongside our Jewish brothers and sisters in Pittsburgh. To all of them this diocese extends our love and grief and the embrace of our common humanity. And the rich fabric of constant prayer. 

Regular Events


9:45am Sunday School (September through June)
10:00 am Sung Mass or Morning Prayer, Rite II
…usually followed by a coffee hour
For details, please see the CALENDAR.

Alcoholics Anonymous
8:00pm Mondays and Wednesdays, 7:30 pm Fridays
English as a Second Language
6:00 pm Tuesdays

For more information, please call the church office at (845) 855-5276


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