A LITTLE HISTORY...
The Markets at Trinity, known for many years as the Holiday Bazaar, exists to ensure that Trinity’s church can be enjoyed for generations to come. The work of the holiday market is truly a labor of love. It's not your ordinary church bazaar!
While Trinity faces many challenges as a large urban parish, one of its important tasks is to maintain the integrity of its stunning building. One of the finest examples of Neo-Gothic architecture in the United States, Trinity Church is open year round to visitors, schoolchildren and anyone who wants to join us on our journey of faith. People of all faiths and all walks of life come through our open doors to get respite and refreshment.
Truly a jewel in a city of architectural gems, Trinity offers the city of New Haven a unique gift: stained glass windows created by L.C. Tiffany Company. They were installed between 1897 and 1910 and remain a guiding light to the parish and the city of New Haven. Visitors from all over the world wonder at our windows and we are justly proud.
Time, dust, and weather weakened the windows and the Trinity Bazaar stepped in to restore these windows and raise funds to assure their continued preservation and that of the building. The Holiday Markets are currently helping to raise matching funds for the restoration and replacement of the crumbling front steps.
Join us at the Christmas Market (Nov.21-24) where you can purchase handmade crafts, find treasures in our Tag Sale, stuff your stockings with homemade cookies, and so much more.
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