St. Paul’s Chapel is part of the parish of Trinity Church Wall Street, an active and inclusive community with more than 1,200 members. In addition to services every Sunday, the chapel hosts a variety of cultural and community service events for the parish and the neighborhood. Tamid: The Downtown Synagogue has also observed High Holy Days in St. Paul’s Chapel since 2012, and the chapel frequently hosts interfaith prayer services.
8am: Holy Eucharist
A simple celebration of the Eucharist using Rite 2 from the Book of Common Prayer, with a brief homily. 40 minutes.
9:15am: Holy Eucharist with music
This relaxed, joyful, and engaging 45-minute church service is designed specifically to be accessible to adults and children of all ages and those new to church, with a short sermon and music both traditional and new. Meet fellow worshippers and enjoy coffee and refreshments before and after the service.
- St. Paul’s Neighborhood Movie Night: Every month St. Paul’s invites all to a free movie screening. This seasons’ theme: Ghosts of Gotham Past. Learn more.
- For the past five years, the chapel has hosted Bach at One, a popular free concert series praised by The New York Times and others, which continues on today. This year the series will continue and the The Choir of Trinity Wall Street will also perform works of Bach’s contemporary, Frederic Handel, at Handel at One.
- St. Paul’s, along with Trinity Church, is the site of regular Brown Bag Lunch distribution for Lower Manhattan residents in need of a meal. All are invited to volunteer or grab a meal.