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Trinity Church Wall Street has made a commitment to helping New York City reduce the number of people who are homeless and to increase the supply of affordable housing. In this and in all the ministries of the church, Trinity works with partners who share its core values.
During the rejuvenation of the nave of Trinity Church weekday services and the Sunday 9am service are being held in the Chapel of All Saints, a 1913 addition the building.
Trinity Church Wall Street is rejuvenating the nave, the largest and primary worship space in its building at Broadway and Wall Street, a project expected to require about two years to complete. Yet for a church with the long history of Trinity, the rejuvenation period is like a blink of an eye, especially considering the parish’s alternative spaces available for worship and other congregational activities.Read more
A Trinity-Hour Children job skills workshop in 2017
During the rejuvenation of Trinity Church, worship is being held in both St. Paul’s Chapel, five blocks north, and All Saints Chapel, an addition to the Trinity Church building dating from 1914. While most people are familiar with chapels like All Saints--smaller worship spaces off of a main Read more
On May 22, Trinity Church Wall Street was on hand to celebrate the opening of the Reaching New Heights and The Apartments at Landing Road, the pilot program of BRC’s HomeStretch Housing—an innovative solution to provide affordable housing to extremely low income New Yorkers.
Here’s a collection of headlines, quotes from news stories, and social media posts about the sermon the Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, preached at Saturday’s wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Trinity Church Wall Street, is rejuvenating the nave, the largest and primary worship space in its 172-year-old building at Broadway and Wall Street. The rejuvenation, and its timing, are consistent with attention to stewardship, one of Trinity’s six Core Values.
The Episcopal Church this week finds itself unexpectedly in the spotlight of Saturday’s royal wedding, and Episcopalians seem pretty excited about it.
The Most Rev. Michael Curry will preach at the marriage service of Prince Henry of Wales—more informally referred to as Prince Harry—and the U.S. actress Meghan Markle at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.
Trinity’s priest for Justice and Reconciliation, the Rev. Winnie Varghese, posted these thoughts on Social Media: Read more