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Trinity Church bakers have been gathering at holidays for 75 years


Trinity Episcopal Church Solebury members and friends gathered over the past week to carry on a 75-year-old tradition – rolling, baking and hand decorating thousands of Christmas cookies. After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, they are back at it and enjoying the activity and the chance to reconnect with old friends and meet new ones as well.

The students at the Trinity Day School were invited to come to decorate a cookie. The children enjoyed the sprinkles and were very excited to take their creations home to eat.

Boxes of the delicious, hand-baked cookies are available for sale for $25 a box, limit two per person. To order, go to the Trinity Episcopal Solebury website:

Order soon, the bakers warn, as supplies of the boxes of cookies are limited. Proceeds from the cookie sales support the church’s multiple community outreach programs.