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Metha Balasquides

Like the Parable of the Barren Fig Tree, we sometimes need manure so that we can bear fruit again. Many times, we can’t see our own bubbles, the structures and patterns in which we have enclosed ourselves until someone else shows us.  For these and many other reasons, we exist within communities. We can help each other, even when we can’t see that we need help. 

We all need food, water, shelter, Read more

Rase De Los Santos

I often think about all the people who have made a positive impact on the world through their words, actions, courage, and big hearts. I think about how they started their journeys alone or with a few people who believed in their vision. I think about how their journeys remained difficult, but they continued to move forward on their paths to spread peace, love, equality, and justice to the people around them.

I think about how Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and his family Read more

Mike Florio

Throughout my life, the Lord has led me from fear, confusion, drug addiction, and jail. The Lord led me out of homelessness and into housing, from being lost spiritually to the salvation I have found at Trinity’s 12:05 service. God led me from devious people to priests, sisters, and humanitarians. The blessings the Lord bestows on me are endless.

When I was young, I felt the warm comforting love from my parents, Read more

The Annual Vestry Election will be held on April 23, 2019, Easter Tuesday, as specified under the 1697 Charter.

January 20, 2019, through April 23, 2019 is the period of discernment where potential Vestry members of Trinity parish are identified and proposed both for the 2019 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. All Read more

The Rev. Dr. William Lupfer, rector of Trinity Church Wall Street, and the Very Rev. W. Mark Richardson, PhD, president and dean of the Church Divinity School of the Pacific (CDSP), an Episcopal seminary in Berkeley, CA, have announced an agreement to foster CDSP’s growth, deepen its impact, and promote the development of future leaders of the church.Read more

Among the challenges of rejuvenating the nave of Trinity Church are the sheer size and height of the interior space in the 173-year-old Neo-Gothic structure. Construction team members figured out a way, through a complex structure of scaffolding, to inspect and repair the ceiling and the high windows and walls, and recently gave Trinity Vicar, the Rev. Phillip Jackson, a “high-level” tour.Read more

Rase De Los Santos

When I first started the Brown Bag Lunch Assistant role, I remember that a volunteer, Bill Patrikos, mentioned to me that “hunger doesn’t take a holiday.” Those five words have continuously echoed in my head during my time at Trinity. The impact, the pain, and the stories that are contained in these words remind us that we are all human. Imagine with me—that intense feeling of hunger or feeling unsafe, wondering “when am I getting home?” For many people that moment is every day; it’s their Read more

Lynn Goswick

The Congregational Nominating & Leadership Development Committee is pleased to place on the ballot the persons listed below for election to six positions on the Congregational Council.

The candidates for the 2019-2022 Congregational Council are Karla Chee-a-tow, Alistair Cree, Prisca Doh, Martha Graham, and Alan Yu.

Furthermore, we are pleased to present the names of nominees to serve as delegates to
the 2019 Diocesan Convention.

Nominees for delegates to Read more

James Melchiorre

Trinity Church Wall Street is rejuvenating the nave of its 173-year-old church building.  It’s the biggest internal renovation project in 75 years.

One of several goals of the project is to bring more light into the church, considered both an example of Gothic Revival architecture as well as the masterpiece of the 19th-century architect Richard Upjohn.

Trinity Church features clerestory windows on the north and south sides of the building. The rejuvenation includes fabricating Read more

James Melchiorre

St. Paul’s Chapel will host a memorial service on Saturday, February 2, for Lynn Stout, Distinguished Professor of Corporate and Business Law at Cornell University Law School, who died last April at age 60.

Stout had spent more than three decades as a law professor and, before coming to Cornell in 2012, had taught at the law schools at George Washington University, Harvard, Georgetown, and UCLA.

She wrote and co-authored many books and scholarly articles. Two of them, The Read more