Panorama showing the outside of the Trinity Episcopal Church in San Francisco. This panorama was taken opposite the front of the church on Gough Street and shows some of the surrounding buildings in San Francisco. The church is the old building with bright red doors.
Trinity Episcopal Church - San Francisco visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Trinity Episcopal Church' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from California.
Trinity Episcopal Church is 'an inclusive and diverse church', founded in 1849 and the oldest Episcopal church on the Pacific Coast. The present building was built in 1892 styled after Durham Cathedral in England. It is a local landmark and notable too for the French-Currier Memorial stained glass window from 1930, the E.F. Skinner pipe organ and the 1894 Trinity Cross on the High Alter.
Trinity runs several 12-step programmes and has homeless shelter for 70 men. Its 'The Next Stage Theater' programme and Father Francis Feeding Programme are amongst it's many outreach community works.
Trinity Episcopal Church
1668 Bush St
San Francisco, CA 94109
Trinity Episcopal Church is on the corner of Bush St and Gough St.
Bus: Sutter St & Gough St (2, 3, 4)