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Upcoming Events
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TUE
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WED
Men's Bible Study
7:30 AM
East Wing
Choir Practice
7:15 PM
meets in the Chapel
NOV

21

THU
Renovare
9:30 PM to 11:30 PM
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24

SUN
Youth Confirmation Class
12:30 PM
Preparation for Confirmations taking place on 8 December
Adult Confirmation Class
12:40 PM
Preparation for confirmation taking place on 8 December
Young Adult Bible Study
5:00 PM
Bible Study & worship in a contemporary style, with supper at the Rector's home
NOV

26

TUE
Bible Search
Staff
Rector

Christopher A. Brown

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Father Christopher Brown became the rector of Trinity Church in April 2000.  Under his leadership Trinity has grown into a very active church with the addition of healing services, community suppers, many Bible studies and classes throughout the week as well as the expansion of many of our ministries. He also currently serves as the Dean of the St. Lawrence Deanery, and Archdeacon and Canon Theologian of the Diocese of Albany.

Born in  Zurich in 1955, Father Brown grew up in the Boston area. Unchurched as a child, he became interested in eastern religions and majored in Asian Studies while attending Amherst College. In his early twenties he came to faith in Christ, and was confirmed in the Episcopal Church in 1979.

He received his Master of Divinity degree from General Theological Seminary in New York City in 1985, and was ordained to the priesthood  by the bishop of Massachusetts, The Rt. Rev. John B. Coburn. In 2001, Father Christopher received his Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from Union Theological Seminary in New York City.

Fr. Christopher served in parishes in Pelham, NY, New York City, and Kingston, NY, before coming to Trinity Church.

Father Christopher is married to Starr, and has two children, Amelia and Nathaniel. In his spare time he plays jazz guitar and is an avid reader.

The sermons of Father Brown are usually recorded. You can listen to the most recent ones in the Sermons area.

Father Brown is a regular contributor to The Albany Episcopalan. A listing of his recent articles may be found in the Info Center.