Trinity Episcopal Church, Buffalo

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Trinity Episcopal Church is a historic Episcopal church complex located at Buffalo in Erie County, New York. The oldest part of the complex was built in 1869 as the Gothic Revival style Christ Chapel; it was later redesigned in 1913. The main church was constructed in 1884–1886 in the Victorian Gothic style and features stained glass windows designed by John LaFarge and Tiffany studios. The parish house, designed by Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson, was constructed in 1905.
It was listed on the National Register Of Historic Places in 2008.
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  • We stayed across the street at the Elmwood Village Inn (highly recommended) and walked by and took pictures. We never went in but it is a beautiful building. We heard that they were going to tear... 
    We stayed across the street at the Elmwood Village Inn (highly recommended) and walked by and took pictures. We never went in but it is a beautiful building. We heard that they were going to tear...  more »
  • A must see for the windows but a must hear for the pipes. The decor was to be expected and beautiful. 
    A must see for the windows but a must hear for the pipes. The decor was to be expected and beautiful.  more »
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  • I went to a lecture at the Jung Center here and it was fascinating, I'll be back for the next event.
  • Great service and hospitality.

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