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"This awareness of the Divine is coming through people," writes the Rev. Gwyneth Mackenzie Murhpy, a volunteer at the St. Paul's Chapel relief operation. A New Yorker who now hails from Utah.Read more

Sermon preached by the Rev. Gay Silver at the parish of Trinity Church.Read more

"The sense of deep connection is the air we breathe here," writes the Rev. Gwyneth Mackenzie Murhpy, a volunteer at the St. Paul's Chapel relief operation. A New Yorker who now hails from Utah, she has agreed to allow Trinity News to publish...Read more

The Rev. Gwyneth MacKenzie Murphy, a New Yorker now living in Utah, is one of scores of volunteers who have helped...Read more

John Heuss House, at 42 Beaver Street in Lower Manhattan, provides a variety of services to support clients who struggle with paranoia, alienation, anxiety, and fear.Read more

Sermon preached to the congregation of Trinity Church, Wall Street, at a Parish Eucharist held in the congregation’s temporary place of worship at the Shrine of St. Elizabeth Seton, State Street, Manhattan, September 30, 2001.Read more

Two weeks after the attack on the World Trade Center and one week after the planned rebooting of his alternative worship services, the Rev. Lyndon Harris, pastor of St. Paul’s Chapel, charged with developing ministries there, found himself...Read more

For many years, Joe Breed, Executive Director of Saint Margaret’s House, Trinity Church’s pioneering housing facility for seniors and the disabled, practiced preparing for disaster assistance with a most unlikely model: imagining that a plane...Read more

In 1975, John Liegel, a young New York City police officer, was directing traffic when a bomb exploded at LaGuardia Airport. In February 1993, just reporting for duty at his post as Port Authority police officer assigned to the World Trade Center...Read more

On September 11, as the first of the World Trade Center’s towers fell, Father Milton Williams crawled underneath a car on Fulton Street opposite the center and breathed, for some shocking seconds, black air that entered his lungs feeling like...Read more

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