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Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

Deceptively simple, this practice combines deep listening presence and reception on the part of one partner and deepening revelations of the heart on the part of the other.Read more

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Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

That’s exactly what the parables of Jesus, like the one we read this Sunday (Matthew 20:1–16), ask us to do.Read more

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Fr. Matt Welsch

Family worship

Each week, we’re offering a simple family-style service for you and your family to follow together at home. We hope these resources will help you find time to worship together at whatever time and in whatever way feels most comfortable and authentic for you.

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Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

For the offended person to take the initiative in offering forgiveness seems challenging. Senseless, even, by societal standards, but not at all by Christian standards.Read more

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Fr. Matt Welsch

Family worship at St. Paul's Chapel

Each week, we’re offering a simple family-style service for you and your family to follow together at home. We hope these resources will help you find time to worship together at whatever time and in whatever way feels most comfortable and authentic for you Read more

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Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

“I wonder which part of the story is most about you?” Every Sunday, you are invited into the story, and we hope that these resources help you to wonder along…Read more

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Fr. Matt Welsch

Each week, we’re offering a simple family-style service for you and your family to follow together at home. We hope these resources will help you find time to worship together at whatever time and in whatever way feels most comfortable and authentic for you.Read more

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Bob Scott

A photo of flowers in Trinity Churchyard

I am the LORD, and there is none else.
I form the light, and create darkness: 
I make peace, and create evil: 
I the LORD do all these things. 
—Isaiah 45:6–7

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James Melchiorre

Trinity Church Wall Street has offered online-only Holy Eucharist six days a week since the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic began six months ago.

However, Trinity parishioners, and really anybody anywhere who would self-identify as a “church person,” will admit that there’s a lot more to Sundays than the worship service itself.

Church, when there is no pandemic sweeping the world, is intensely communal, in a physical space. It begins before worship with greetings and Read more

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Marissa Maggs

While the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the way we live and how the world functions over the past six months, this is not the first pandemic the parish of Trinity Church Wall Street has weathered. The 1918 flu, which came in several waves, is considered the most severe pandemic in modern history, and killed about 675,000 in the United States. That death toll came at a time when the U.S Read more

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