8am - 4pm Saturday
7am - 4pm Sunday
8am - 3pm Saturday and Holidays
7am - 3pm Sunday
7am - 6pm Sunday
7am - 3:30pm Sunday
Plus special events
This building houses the parish administrative offices.
Keep up with the latest parish happenings.
by Jeremy Sierra
While working on an article for Trinity News about new churches popping up in Brooklyn, I visited several communities (Bushwick Abbey, Not So Churchy, Parables, and St. Lydia’s) that are sometimes grouped under the rubric, “emergent.” However, as I posed the question—What is the emergent church?—to priests and pastors, and even a graduate student in sociology, the answer turned out to be somewhat beside the point.
The term “emergent” is often used toRead more
Twenty-five years ago, Morris Robinson was an All-American college football player; now he’s among the most respected and sought-after opera singers in the world. Robinson came to Trinity Wall Street to sing in the weekly series of concerts called Lamentatio.
How did you end up here in Trinity’s concert series?
I got an interesting call from my manager. I was up in Boston doing Rigoletto, and she says that they need a bass for theRead more
A letter to parish membership from the Rev. Dr. James H. Cooper, Rector of Trinity Wall Street, concerning Trinity’s filing a lawsuit in Delaware Federal District Court.
Dear Parish members,
As you know, Trinity Wall Street has long recognized that our considerable resources give us both a responsibility and an opportunity to engage constructively with businesses in which we invest where opportunities exist to enhance returns for both shareholders and society.Read more
By Jeremy Sierra
Reading is a religious activity.
Put another way, if religion is composed of everything we create that brings us closer to one another and the truth and to God—music, for example, and liturgy, theology, and prayer books—then opening a great book is akin to a religious experience. The best books, the Bible included, give us a glimpse into other lives, a God’s-eye vision of reality.
George Saunders’ story collection, Tenth of DecemberRead more
The Most Rev. Francisco Moreno, Primate of the Anglican Church of Mexico and Bishop of the Diocese of Northern Mexico, visited Trinity Wall Street in March. The Rev. Canon Alfonso Walls, Secretary General of the Anglican Church in Mexico, served as his translator.
What is the relationship between the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Mexico?
Up until 1994, the Mexican Church was part of the Episcopal Church. We became an autonomousRead more
Most people think of Lower Manhattan as a center for business. However, between the skyscrapers and the storefronts, thirty-thousand students attend public schools south of 14th Street.
In March, PENCIL, a nonprofit that connects business volunteers with public schools, launched the Downtown Initiative, a program designed to serve those students. It’s funded by Trinity Wall Street as part of itsRead more
For more than four decades Trinity Institute has convened theologians both widely noted and newly emerging to help clergy and lay persons think theologically about the important topics of the day and to explore classical theology faithfully in light of new developments in science and culture, in order to support catalytic leadership in the church. In recent years these conferences and symposia have been webcast for participants at partner sites around the globe. Now Trinity is makingRead more
Baptismal preparation classes are one-hour long and held over three Sundays from 1:30-2:30pm. The final class session includes an additional hour (2:30-3:30pm) for rehearsal. Baptisms on All Saints Day, The Baptism of Our Lord, and Pentecost are held at 11:15am. The Saturday Easter Vigil Baptism is held at 8pm. Free nursery care is available.
Contact: email@example.com or 212-602-0755
The Pastoral Care team endeavors to make Trinity Wall Street a model of love, nurture, and care through ministries and activites that promote respect and mutual affection. Among these are small-group offerings, which help deepen faith while building relationships, and weddings, baptisms, funerals, pastoral visits and counseling, workshops and retreats, and by maintaining an online pastoral presence through blog posts and online prayer requests. Need to talk? Let someone know.
We welcome those who wish to be married at Trinity Church or St. Paul's Chapel. We require four month's notice prior to a wedding, and at least one of the parties must be a baptized Christian. Premarital counseling is required by the canons of the Episcopal Church. In the case of a divorced person who wishes to remarry, permission from the Bishop is required. Under no circumstances should any announcement of a wedding at Trinity Church or St. Paul's Chapel be made until the couple has had an interview with the priest, the priest consents to officiate and our Statement of Understanding is signed and a deposit has been made.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-602-0753.
Trinity Sunday School offers instruction and formation for children ages 6 months through 18 years old, utilizing progressive, creative, engaging and customized curricula designed to meet the spiritual and developmental needs of each age group. We begin each Sunday morning with a 9:45am Family Gathering Time before the 10am Education Hour. At 10am, parents are free to join a variety of adult education classes as children are brought by teachers to their classrooms for instruction. Special accommodations are made for children and youth with special needs – so please contact us with any questions or requests that can help support your child’s growth and formation. Classrooms are located at 74 Trinity Place, 3rd Floor; just follow the colorful signs.
Registration is required in advance. Call 212-602-9627 or email email@example.com.