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Bob Scott, Kathy Bozzuti-Jones, Wendy Claire Barrie, and Kathryn Carroll

MLK Weekend with Whole Community Learning

The saints are “the lights of the world in every generation,” people whose lives and deeds have shone brightly and helped others more closely follow God. There are saints who lived long ago and there are saints living and working in the world today, saints who are known by the Church and saints who are known only to God. The word “saint” Read more

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Bob Scott, Kathy Bozzuti-Jones, Wendy Claire Barrie, and Kathryn Carroll

Christmas season has passed. The season of Epiphany began on Monday with the retelling of the Magi’s surprising journey. They discovered a “king” in the form of a vulnerable human baby who could be nurtured, loved, and empowered; or neglected, ignored, and restricted. All outcomes were possible.Read more

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Lisa Jaycox

Trinity Church Wall Street convened heads of church and their spouses from South and Southeast Asia for the first time in November, including representatives from the Philippines, South Korea, Jerusalem and the Middle East, North India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, the West Indies and Barbados, and members of Trinity’s staff and Vestry. As an opportunity for learning together and building connections with one another, the Bible studies and workshops provided time for self-reflection and growth, including ways the leaders are working to empower their communities to care for vulnerable populations.Read more

Rejuvenation closed the nave of Trinity Church from May 2018 until Christmas Eve 2019. Colin Winterbottom photographed the entire process and invites us to watch 19 months of work displayed in a video that runs a little more than a minute.Read more

The Annual Vestry Election will be held on April 14, 2020, Easter Tuesday, as specified under the 1697 Charter.

January 12, 2020 through March 26, 2020 is the period of discernment where potential Vestry members of Trinity parish are identified and proposed both for the 2020 election slate, as well as for future years. The discernment process is as follows:

  • Any eligible member of the congregation* may submit recommendations to the Parish Nominating Committee.
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James Melchiorre

Videos are always a major component of the website and social channels of Trinity Church Wall Street. So, during this week between Christmas and New Year’s when many of us tend to look back on the year now coming to a close, we thought we’d review the 10 most popular videos of 2019, based on the number of views on Trinity’s various channels. Please take a look, and Happy New Year.

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James Melchiorre with Photos by Colin Winterbottom

The rejuvenation of the nave of Trinity Church Wall Street, now in its 19th month, includes two of the church’s more memorable features, the High Altar and the wall behind it, called the reredos, which date back almost 150 years.

A creation of architect Frederick Clarke Withers, the reredos is 35 feet wide and about 20 feet high and spotlights many characters from the Bible and the history of Christianity, their dramatic appearance now embellished by the work of the rejuvenation Read more

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James Melchiorre

In one of the first co-led activities since announcing their partnership earlier this year, Church Divinity School of the Pacific and Trinity Church Wall Street convened leaders of the Episcopal Church to discuss ways to identify and equip emerging leaders for the Church and the world.

The convening in Berkeley, Read more

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James Melchiorre

The rejuvenation of the Trinity Church nave will include installation of a canopy along the southern facade of the 173-year-old church building.

The first step toward accomplishing that task is lifting, with the help of a crane truck, the large "trees" that will support the canopy. 

Next, workers manipulate those Read more
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James Melchiorre

Trinity Church Wall Street Rector, the Rev. Dr. William Lupfer, began a meeting of archbishops from six continents with a word of thanks to those from Africa.

“One of the things I love about Trinity is that Trinity learns from others,” Dr. Lupfer said.

“You challenged us to start thinking about mission real estate development, activating land to grow resources.” Read more

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