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by
The Rev. Elizabeth Blunt

Friends,

As New York City gradually opens, we’ve been exploring ways to safely enhance our worship services to bring you an experience that feels as liturgically rich as a pre-COVID19 Sunday or weekday. The enhancements we’re adding are in line with guidelines from New York State and city officials, and as always, our first priority is the safety of all who are participating in our worship services. 

Beginning this Sunday, we’ve made several additions.

At the 11:15am Read more

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

The Holy Spirit has a wonderful way of turning up when it counts, and the lectionary readings for this week bring home important truths — both hard and encouraging.Read more

by
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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Trinity Youth

We, Trinity Youth, know that Black Lives Matter. The dignity of human beings is not up for debate. And we believe in showing up for one another.

As a multiracial community in New York City, we recognize and condemn racism, white supremacy, and police brutality in our community. 

We recognize that becoming anti-racist requires work and self-reflection. We commit to doing the work of anti-racism in our hearts and in our community. We hope the Trinity community will join us in Read more

by
James Melchiorre

The Rt. Rev. Joseph Muchai knows the scriptures. After all, he’s bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Nakuru in Kenya and the spiritual leader of 35-thousand church members.

And lately, the Biblical story of the plagues in the book of Exodus has seemed particularly relevant.

“We are not sure what will happen. People are in a state of confusion. So, everybody is worried,” Bishop Muchai said.

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

Welcome, All,

This time of year can be bittersweet for parents and schoolchildren, as are all shared transitions. So much of relationships and life involves rhythms of letting go and starting anew with all of the accompanying uncertainty. And when we feel things like control and familiarity Read more

by
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

by
The Rev. Phillip A. Jackson

Dear members of the Trinity congregation, staff, and Vestry:

Back in April, I sent you an update on Trinity’s initial response to the COVD-19 crisis and how we were helping our neighbors in these difficult times.

There’s been a lot of activity around Trinity since then—among our congregation, our Vestry, and our staff—and I wanted to make sure you all knew the extent of the work that’s been happening. Over the Read more

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

Stained glass window at Trinity Church

“Pain that is not transformed will be transmitted.” —Richard Rohr 

 


by
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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