Trinity Episcopal Church, Milford, MA Sharing the Grace of God, the Light of Christ and the Power of the Holy Spirit,
through worship, ministry and fellowship.

Pictures from Trinity's Past — 1860s to Present

Irving Block, with Trinity in background. The first Episcopal services in Milford were conducted in Irving Hall in 1863.

One of the original Wardens.

Trinity about 1870, as originally built. The Church appears unpainted, or painted a dark color. Who is the man in front of the fence?

Trinity about 1870. The Church has been painted white, and a tree has been planted. The house to the right was eventually purchased by the parish.

In the late 1870s, The steeple has been added.

The interior, before 1897, with gaslight fixtures. In 1897, the Chancel was remodeled, and an Altar and Reredos installed.

From a 1907 postcard. The narthex has been added.

Another view, from about the same time.

Congress street about the same time. Trinity is visible on the right side of the street.

The interior about 1910.

The Altar Guild at work in the Trinity sanctuary, late 1940s

The Trinity Bowling Team, late 1940s
Rear, L to R- Walter J. Butler Sr., Clarence Barrows, Alfred F. Fettig
Front, L to R- Charles Dion, Charles Dowden, Gordon V. Butler

Miss Marjorie Fettig at a celebration before she departs for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II as a guest of the British GFS in 1953.
Left to right- Mr Alfred Fettig, Mrs Fettig, Marjorie, Rector James O'Dell and Mrs O'Dell.

Youth Group trip to Washington, DC in 1963
At the Wax Museum
Left to Right- Ralph Clinton, Elaine Taylor, Kathleen George, Marjorie Clinton

Youth Group trip to Washington, DC in 1963
In Senator Saltonstall's Office
Seated, Left to Right- Rev John J Paulson, Rector; Senator Leverett Saltonstall
Standing, Left to Right- Gail Jackson, William Baird, Barbara Cameron, Joseph Lufty, Elaine Taylor, John Jackson (son of Ralph Jackson, Hopedale, now working in the Senator's office), Kathleen George, Bruce Ferguson, Marjorie Clinton, Advisor.
Ralph Clinton, advisor, was absent when picture was taken due to the parking problem in busy Washington.

Trinity Church, late 1990s.