Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe invites everyone in the Diocese to recognize and give thanks for our diverse lay and ordained ministries at three services of Holy Eucharist in Lent.
Each of these services will include Holy Communion and a renewal of our baptismal and ordination vows to affirm our common call to ministry. Bishop DeDe will also bless the sacramental oils used by our clergy in healing prayers and baptisms throughout the year.
Clergy: please bring traveling vessels to transport oils.
Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church
44 Main Street, Binghamton
A limited number of parking spaces are available in the small lot directly behind the church on Oak Street. Additional parking is available in the Social Services office parking lot which is next to the church’s garden space on Oak Street.
Enter through the red oak door labeled Trinity House on 118 Oak Street; follow signs to the Sanctuary. An accessible entrance is available on Oak Street between the church and the Trinity House entrance; please use the glass door under the red awning. Handicap accessible parking is available at that entrance.
St. Mark the Evangelist Episcopal Church
1612 West Genesee Street, Syracuse
There is a small parking lot available next to the church, and the doors off the parking lot will be open; there are a few steps to get to that door. The front door facing Genesee Street has an accessible ramp.
Street parking is available on St. Mark’s Avenue, please attend to posted regulations. Additional parking is available at the Porter School on the other side of St. Mark’s Avenue. Please do not park in the Hazard Library parking lot immediately next to the Porter School lot.
Trinity Episcopal Church
227 Sherman Street, Watertown
Parking is available in the city parking lot behind the church and parish center. The lot is accessible from Stone Street as well as from Clinton Street. Street parking is also available on Sherman Street. Enter the church through the main entrance on Sherman Street, or, for full accessibility, use the Sherman Street entrance to the parish center or the city parking lot entrance to the parish center.