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Bishop Lucia’s Letter to the People– June 19th, 2020

Press Release– June 19th, 2020

Weekend masses will resume at Holy Trinity and SS. Cyril and Methodius  the weekend of June 20-21.  A letter to parishioners with protocols is being sent out June 12, 2020.  Please read letter before arriving at mass.  

                          Letter to Parishioners June 2020

Weekly Bulletin

Be sure to check under “events” for some virtual event offerings.

Religious Education

Due to the COVID-19 virus, religious education classes have ended for the remainder of this school year.  Classes will resume in September 2020.  Click above to access ideas for catechesis at home.

Act of Spiritual Communion
My Jesus, I believe that You are truly present in the Most Holy and Blessed Sacrament. I love You above all things and long for You in my soul. Since I cannot now receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. As though You have already come, I embrace You and unite myself entirely to You, never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.
Novena Prayer for the end of the Coronavirus Pandemic
O Mary, full of grace, patroness of this nation and Mother of the Church, in this time of illness and world-wide need we seek your intercession for the human family before your Son’s throne of grace and mercy. We ask for strength in adversity, health in weakness and comfort in sorrow. Help us, O Blessed Mother, to be filled with confidence and trust in the tender compassion of our God. Let us not be afraid, like our own Saint Marianne Cope, who entrusted her life and ministry among the outcasts of society into the care of our Divine Physician. Continue to watch over all who are sick as well as those who care for them and give wisdom to all who are seeking a cure. We ask this through Christ, our Lord. Amen.

For the Sacred Heart Novena and a list of the 12 promises ..

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Mass Schedules

To read Bishop Lucia’s most recent letter regarding resumption of public worship, click here.
The following Churches will be live steaming masses:
St. Thomas Aquinas, Binghamton, NY 
Daily Mass will live steam every morning at 10:00 am from St. Thomas Aquinas with Sunday Mass live at 11:00 am.
St. James Church, Johnson City, NY
Is live streaming Sunday Mass at 8:00 AM. 
Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, Syracuse NY
Bishop Lucia will celebrate weekday Mass live daily at 12noon from the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.  

                                                       Weekday Masses 

Beginning Monday, June 15th the weekday Masses will be offered:

Monday – Friday:    6:45am at St. James, 7:00 am at St. Patrick’s & 10:00 am at St. Thomas Aquinas.

Saturday: 10:00 am at St. Patrick’s. The 10:00 am Masses will be live-streamed.


Open Church Schedules

Holy Trinity, Johnson City
The church will be open Wednesdays, from 8-9:30am for private prayer.  Enter through the parking lot entrance.
Sts. Cyril’s and Methodius Church, Binghamton
The Church will be open Tuesdays, from noon-1:30pm for private prayer.  Enter through the parking lot entrance.
St. James Church, Johnson City
The church will be open Mon.- Sat. 6am-2:30pm, to all those who would like to spend some personal time in prayer.  (No groups, please.)  Please use the handicap entrance to access the church.
St. Patrick’s Church, Binghamton
The church will be open for Eucharistic Adoration Mon.-Fri from 3pm-5pm, and Sat.-Sun 10:30am-1pm.


Confession Times

St. Patrick’s – 11:30am-1pm, Saturdays


Confessions will be heard from the door of St. Patrick’s Rectory, next to the church.  Penitents are asked to approach the door wearing a mask.  Social distancing rules apply.  Confessions will be heard behind a screen.

St. Thomas’- 3-4pm, Saturdays

Confession will be heard from the bench stationed  at the doors of the church.  Penitents are asked to wear a mask.  Penitents are asked to stay in their car until the priest is available.  There will not be a screen.




Find mass times, committee meetings, daily readings, and other events here.

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2020 Gifting …

Church of the Holy Trinity invites you to give a weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or annual gift to support the year-round needs of our community.

We make it simple with our online giving link. It only takes a few minutes. Please give.

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A Message from Father Opondo-Owora

Welcome to The Church of the Holy Trinity. We invite you to join us and meet our devoted parishioners, countless volunteers and dedicated staff – all will make you feel delightfully comfortable.

At Holy Trinity, we are a people who take pride in the thoughtfulness of our predecessors who founded our strong community of faith. They put in place facilities dedicated to the great glory of God. These have been maintained over the years and passed on as symbols of our rich heritage. We have a beautiful and magnificent church that speaks well of our devotions, communal and private prayer.

The participation of all in living out the mission of the Church is critical. Through this participation we are made aware of the Lord's presence and we experience His love and care in a very profound way. This participation also helps us to recognize and continue the legacy of our forefathers of maintaining and passing on the heritage of our faith to future generations. It is our deepest desire and prayer that you join us and be part of this noble cause. We hope that your time with us will be an opportunity to share our unwavering faith and the vibrant joy we have in Christ Jesus.

Rev. Charles Opondo-Owora is the 14th Pastor of St. James and the 2nd Moderator of the Pastoral Team of Holy Trinity and SS. Cyril & Methodius, since July 1, 2017.

The Church of the Holy Trinity is a community with rich history, active participation from its community and a spirit service. We welcome you to join us in our variety of Education, Service, Social and Worship opportunities. We are a small community who has made the commitment to one another to be a church family. We know each other by name and hope to know yours soon. We hope that you may find solace and peace at home with us at the Church of the Holy Trinity!

Sacramental Information

Learn about Sacraments performed at Church of the Holy Trinity including Baptism, Marriage, and Anointing of the Sick.


Get Involved in Ministry life at Church of the Holy Trinity. Learn about our Ministries including Alter Rosary, Bereavement, Faith Formation, and more.


Church of the Holy Trinity is a Parish rich with History and is result of a 2003 merger of St. Ann’s, St. Joseph’s and St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Churches in Binghamton, NY. Learn More…


Contact our Parish office for more information on Sacraments, Ministries, Faith Formation, or any other information. We’re happy to hear from you!