Please note: All in-person activities at Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel are suspended until Sunday, November 29, as we seek to do our part to help contain the spread of the coronavirus. We ask you to keep in your prayers all who have been affected by this pandemic and those who care for them. If you need assistance during the pandemic, please visit our resources page. To stay in community and support one another during this time, we will continue to live-stream our daily service at 12:05pm Monday-Friday and Sunday at 11:15am. Additional resources and online get-togethers are also shared on our events calendar, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
"Some texts are so rich with the mystery and presence of God that even just to read or hear them brings us into their mysterious and ineffable meaning," says the Rev. Phil Jackson.
Trinity Church Wall Street joins with other communities of faith in urging the New York City Council to outlaw discrimination by landlords against people trying to rebuild their lives after incarceration.
What values inform your vote? Which of these values have been challenged in this time of political upheaval? Learn spiritual practices to keep you grounded and connected in this chaotic election season.
With the task of feeding your family becoming more challenging every day, Trinity Church Wall Street invites you to stop by St. Paul's Chapel on Wednesday afternoon for the Compassion Market.
Trinity Church Wall Street is a growing and vibrant Episcopal community that seeks to serve and heal the world by building neighborhoods that live Gospel truths, generations of faithful leaders, and sustainable communities. We invite you to join us in worship and participate in our ministries. Learn more about our mission, vision, and core values: faith, integrity, inclusiveness, compassion, social justice, and stewardship.
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Trinity Church, the third church building on this site, was consecrated in 1846. It is the home of an active, growing congregation with worship services every weekday and Sunday mornings, online for now as we do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19. The sanctuary is nearing the end of a two-year rejuvenation project, and we look forward to reopening to visitors when it is safe to do so. The churchyard is home to Alexander Hamilton’s grave and other historic memorials.
Built in 1766, St. Paul's Chapel is part of the Trinity Church Wall Street parish. George Washington prayed here after his inauguration as President in 1789. It is currently closed due to the pandemic, but we look forward to opening to visitors again once it is safe to do so. Under normal circumstances, the chapel regularly hosts worship services, community events, concerts, and art exhibitions. The churchyard is also home to many historic memorials and monuments.
Trinity Commons will thoughtfully and actively engage people on the issues of our time by providing opportunities for holistic exploration and growth. This warm and inviting space will offer a haven and resources for New Yorkers to reach their potential so all of NYC can thrive. Trinity Commons will be housed at the headquarters, and heart and soul, of Trinity Church Wall Street, occupying the first five floors of the 26-story high-rise at 76 Trinity Place, nestled behind the church.
The Trinity Church Wall Street physical campus encompasses not only Trinity Church at Wall Street, but also two chapels, the Trinity Preschool, the Cemetery and Mausoleum in uptown Manhattan, Trinity Retreat Center, St. Margaret’s House, and meeting spaces where worship services and community events are held.
Trinity Retreat Center, in West Cornwall, Connecticut, is a place of spiritual growth for all God's people, dedicated to forming community, fostering wellness, and celebrating Creation. Explore retreats offered in 2020.