8am - 4pm Saturday
7am - 4pm Sunday
8am - 3pm Saturday and Holidays
7am - 3pm Sunday
7am - 6pm Sunday
7am - 3:30pm Sunday
Plus special events
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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 StoriesRead more
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 workRead more
Trinity Wall Street’s Transformational Fellows, Class of 2014-2015, are members of the Anglican Church in Zambia. The Rev. Emmanuel Chikoya, Susan Mambo Chulou, and Evans Mwewa will utilize grants from Trinity to spend the next year exploring ways to improve their ministry. This is the first in a series of web segments to introduce theRead more
By Jim Melchiorre
Pope Francis I addressed the topic in a statement. The Most Rev. Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, released suggestions for specific prayers. These renowned church leaders were not talking about war, hunger, or economic inequality, even though both have shown no reluctance to tackle those evils.Read more
Many school students in Lower Manhattan cannot afford to buy school supplies, which can lead to a scholastic disadvantage. For $17, you can purchase online one Totes for Teachers school supply kit that will go directly to a public school teacher and support students in need in the classroom.
The kit provides pencils, paper, and other materials so that the whole classroom can have an equal opportunity to succeed. The supplies you donate will help schools in Lower Manhattan that areRead more
Who is the next Rector?
Trinity’s 18th Rector is the Very Rev. Dr. William Lupfer. Dr. Lupfer is currently serving as the Dean of Trinity CathedralRead more
The Parish of Trinity Wall Street has called the Very Rev. Dr. William Lupfer, the Dean of the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland, Oregon, as its next Rector. Dr. Lupfer was named at the Vestry’s June 11 meeting.
Dr. Lupfer will succeed the Rev. Dr. James H. Cooper in February 2015 to become theRead more
Sister Adele Marie is the superior of the Society of Saint Margaret. The order is based in Duxbury, MA, though members of the order live and work at other sites, including Trinity’s Neal House. She visited Trinity in May.
Can you tell me about the Sisters of St. Margaret?
The Sisters of St. Margaret are a religious order that was founded in England in 1855. We came to the United States in 1873. TheRead more
The Rev. Jesse Zink, an Episcopal priest who grew up in the United States, traveled to far-flung and often remote dioceses and parishes of the Anglican Communion on five of the world’s seven continents. Zink documents his journey in a book called Backpacking through the Anglican Communion: A Search for Unity. Zink discussed his book with Trinity News editor Jim Melchiorre.
JM: What motivated you to make this journey?
JZ: One of my coreRead more
“Bring heaven right here! Every moment present in God’s presence,” Maya Angelou said at Trinity Institute in 1990. “I want to live under God’s generosity, which forgives and allows me to doubt and still try to believe. I want all the things heaven has for us—love, kindness, mercy, joy, fair play, loyalty, and more.”
Angelou, author and poet, passed away earlier today at the age of 86. She was known for her 1970 memoir I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings, and fiveRead 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: firstname.lastname@example.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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.