Plan Your Visit

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 Curchyard
10am - 4pm Monday - Saturday
7am - 3:30pm Sunday
Broadway and Fulton Street
Location
Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall
Chambers Street
Broadway-Nassau Street
Hours
Charlotte's Place
12 - 2pm Monday - Friday
Plus special events
212.602.9694
Rector and Carlisle Street
Location
Rector Street
Wall Street
Hours
Preschool
8am - 6pm Weekdays
212.602.0829
Moving to Church Street & West Broadway in September
Rector and Trinity Place
Location
Broad Street
Rector Street
Wall 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

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News

Keep up with the latest parish happenings.

Photo by Thomas Hawk via Flickr.

Earlier this week, Robin Williams, one of America’s most beloved comics, died in an apparent suicide.

The shock and sadness expressed over the media accompanied stories of his generosity, influence, and kindness to fellow entertainers, fans, and members of the public.

Williams first appeared on television in the 1970s as a spastic but good-hearted alien trying to find his way on Earth in the sitcom “Mork and Mindy” before moving

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This is the full text of the interview with Trinity Wall Street’s Rector-Elect, the Rev. Dr. Bill Lupfer, who spoke with Senior Video Producer Jim Melchiorre on June 30, 2014 at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland where Dr. Lupfer had served as Dean for eleven years.

You mention that you like to talk about your congregation here in Portland. So tell me about the

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by Jeremy Sierra

The Rev. Mark Bozzuti-Jones, Eileen Hope, Marcella Coulthurst, Selvena Mosley, Walter Oerlermans, Eleanor Hill, Shirley Quashie, and the Rev. Canon Anne Mallonee.

Marcella Coulthurst first came to Trinity as a young adult when she was working in Lower Manhattan. That was 62 years ago. 

“I’ve

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Missed the fundraiser? There's still time to donate to Totes for Teachers--click here

On Wednesday July 30, 2014 Totes for Teachers held a fundraiser in the north churchyard. 

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On the 40th anniversary of women's ordination, Leah Reddy sat down with the Rev. Emily Wachner to discuss her call to the priesthood. 

When did you decide to become a priest?

I grew up liberal Roman Catholic, and even though it was liberal, being a priest was never part of my thought process. It wasn’t a career option. In 7th grade I remember taking a vocations test. It’s something that Catholic school children take—women to see if their suited to

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Click here to access The Lectionary Page, where you can find a liturgical calendar for upcoming weeks, with links to the lessons from the Revised Common Lectionary. 

 

Click here to read Father Daniel Simons' reflections on the day.

On Saturday July 19, Daniel Levatino, Trinity Cemetery Director, welcomed more than two dozen guests to the Planting of the Living Tribute Tree: A Service of Dedication and Remembrance,

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Trinity parishioner Leah Kozak is a student at New York Theological Seminary (NYTS). For the past year she has been volunteering with The Micah Institute. Born out of the NYC Living Wage campaign and in the spirit of Micah 6:8, the mission of The Micah Institute is to educate and equip faith leaders to fight poverty and injustice. Jeremy Sierra interviewed her about her involvement.

How did you become involved in the Micah Institute?

My interest in organizing

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Mission and Service Trip participants. From left to right: Kathy Bozzuti-Jones, the Rev. Benjamin Musoke Lubega, Justine Willy, Maggy Charles, Prisca Doh, Barbara Ennis, Mike Hogan, Sister Promise Atelon. Not pictured: Marcel Havyarimana and Brian Fish, who took the picture.  

 

Maggy Charles: Sharing Stories 

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The New York Times recently discovered what many at Trinity have learned firsthand: Sister Tesa, founder of Hour Children, is changing the lives of women in Long Island City. 

Sister Teresa Fitzgerald founded Hour Children 27 years ago to help incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women and their children, providing housing, job training, childcare, and more. Much of the work

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Trinity For Your Life

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: kjoseph@trinitywallstreet.org or 212-602-0755

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 dlee@trinitywallstreet.org or 212-602-0753.

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.

 

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 lbridge@trinitywallstreet.org