Hours & Directions

Hours
Trinity Church
7am - 6pm Weekdays
8am - 4pm Saturday
7am - 4pm Sunday
212-602-0800
Trinity Churchyard
7am - 4pm Weekdays
8am - 3pm Saturday and Holidays
7am - 3pm Sunday
Broadway and Wall Street
Location
Broad Street
Rector Street
Wall Street
Hours
St. Paul's Chapel
10am - 6pm Monday - Saturday
7am - 6pm Sunday
212.602.0800
St. Paul's Churchyard
10am - 4pm Monday - Saturday
7am - 3:30pm Sunday
Broadway and Fulton Street
Location
Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall
Chambers Street
Broadway-Nassau Street
Hours
Preschool
50 Park Place
212.602.0829
Park Place and West Broadway
Location
Chambers Street
Broadway-Nassau Street
Hours
74 Trinity Place
7am - 6pm Weekdays
This building houses the parish administrative offices.
Trinity Place and Rector Street
Location
Broad Street
Rector Street
Wall Street
Hours
Trinity Cemetery and Mausoleum
9am - 4pm Daily
Office open Monday-Friday only
155th and Riverside Drive
Location

Messiah

Tickets Available Now

Saturday, December 7, 7pm, Trinity Church--SOLD OUT

Sunday, December 8, 3pm, Trinity Church--SOLD OUT

Wednesday, December 18, 7:30pm, Alice Tully Hall--Click here for tickets

The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra

Julian Wachner, Conductor 

George Frideric Handel's Messiah and Trinity have a long history – Trinity presented one of the first performances of the work in North America in 1770, and the GRAMMY®- nominated Trinity Choir and Trinity Baroque Orchestra are still widely regarded as some of the greatest interpreters of the work. The ensemble’s 2012 performance was hailed by Zachary Woolfe of The New York Times “…to experience the full, formidable range of ‘Messiah,’ from the furious flames of the ‘refiner’s fire’ to the delirious party of the finale… let Trinity be your guide.”

UPDATE: The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchesta Handel's Messiah featured in The New York Times Holiday Gift Guide

"New York’s music scene transforms into a forest of “Messiah” performances in December, from contemporary-dress stagings to beefy symphony-orchestra adaptations to (heaven help us) singalongs. From afar, they can seem undifferentiated, but the must-hear these days is the one put on by the forces of Trinity Church’s extraordinary music program under Julian Wachner. Mr. Wachner and his ensemble are not content to present a prettified oratorio; their “Messiah” is rollicking and roiling, as intimidating and transporting as Handel intended. The Choir of Trinity Wall Street is particularly fine, and the soloists are drawn from its redoubtable ranks." --The New York Times