An official Path Through History Site! Trinity Church is a Gothic Revival style landmark that is one of the earliest churches established in New York in 1697. Churchyard (1681) includes the gravesite of Alexander Hamilton, George Washington's friend and Secretary of the Treasury. The original parish was destroyed in a fire during the Revolutionary War and the second was demolished in 1838 after structural damage. The current church was built in 1846, designed by prominent 19th century American architect Richard Upjohn featuring original stained glass, sculpted bronze doors and marble reredos. Daily worship services offered.