Trinity Church

The Trinity Church has always been a pillar of the community. The church held its first service back in 1698. Shortly after, the Trinity school was established.

The British attempted to take back New York City in 1776, and in return both the church and the school were set on fire; the second church was rebuilt in 1790 but was torn down because of heavy snow. Finally the third and final Trinity church was finished in 1896, and was used as a shelter home after the 9/11 attack.