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Information on this year's Sacrament of Reconciliation of a Penitient, a Mardi Gras Pancake Super and Costume Ball, Ash WedneRead more

On January 22, the staff worked at Trinity's main offices for the first time since the terrorist attacks on the nearby WorldRead more

The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev. George Carey will preach at Trinity's 11:15 Eucharist on Sunday, February 3.Read more

The Parish of Trinity Church is in the midst of a comprehensive evaluation of what forms of ministry need to be developed in response to the devastating loss of life and destruction in the downtown Manhattan community.Read more

On Thursday, Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani visited St. Paul’s to give thanks to New York, and to say goodbye to the office that was his for eight years. The mayor spoke of the chapel’s “thrice-hallowed ground.”Read more

A sermon preached by the Rev. Lyndon Harris, associate for ministries at St. Paul's Chapel.Read more

Here is a sermon delivered by the Rev. Dr. Daniel Paul Matthews, rector of Trinity Church, on Christmas Eve at St. Paul's Chapel.Read more

Trinity Church’s annual Messiah performance--the country's oldest--was nearly cancelled this year. Yet on Sunday the 16th a full house packed the church, and what a performance it was.Read more

The two-part formula for establishing a first-hand connection to ground zero seems to be this: leave something behind -- flowers, photographs, a signature on a canvas, tears. Then take something with you, however small.Read more

On Sunday, December 16th, Trinity Church will host a performance of Handel's Messiah. The church was closed for seven weeks in the wake of the World Trade Center attacks, and, on September 11, sheltered about 25 people from...Read more