Points of Inspiration Archetectural Driving Trail features Trinity Church
Hanging from the light post in front of our church is a pennant flag marking Trinity Episcopal Church as a site on the Points of Inspiration Architectural Driving Trail. A commu-nity effort coordinated by the Arts Council of the Southern Finger Lakes, this project was designed to introduce tourists and local residents to the cultural, historic and natural highlights of Chemung, Steuben and Schuyler Counties. There are thirty-three sites along two driving trails, the Architectural (blue) Trail and the Scenic View (orange) Trail, throughout the three counties.
Elmira is featured prominently in the project brochure. In addition to Trinity, the Elmira portion of the Architectural Trail includes the Christmas House, the Arnot Art Museum, the Mark Twain Study and Cowles Hall at Elmira College, the Chemung Valley History Museum and The Park Church.
This project was officially launched at a ribbon-cutting ceremony held at the Arts Council in Corning. Father Bill Lutz represented Trinity Church at this event.