Trinity Church


On the National Register of Historic Places and a Seattle Landmark, Trinity Parish Episcopal Church’s building was rebuilt in 1902 after fire destroyed it in great fire of 1889. The scope of work included cleaning, stone restoration, and repointing of the rusticated sand stone church which was built in 1902. The bell tower and cupola at the main church building were re-roofed with reclaimed old growth cedar shingles. The roof and skylight at the Parish Hall also was replaced. All of the stained-glass windows were repaired with new protective covers constructed and installed on the exterior of the windows.

Client: Trinity Parish Episcopal Church
Location: Seattle, Washington
Program: Cleaning, stone restoration, window repair, re-roofing of main church building
Highlights: Main church building re-roofed with re-claimed old growth cedar shingles; 2015 Historic Seattle Beth Chave Historic Preservation Award for Exemplary Stewardship