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Trinity Church Wall Street has offered worship services at Broadway and Wall Street for 321 years, in three different church buildings, and gatherings in the current 1846 church seem destined for a brighter future, literally. Trinity’s Vicar, the Rev. Phillip Jackson, explains how plans could let the light shine in, in very noticeable, even dramatic, ways.

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Hank Tuell lies prostrate, a sign of humility, during his ordination. Photo by Kathy Bozzuti-Jones. 

The Rev. Hank Tuell, who has served Trinity Church Wall Street as both a sacristan and a transitional deacon, was ordained to the priesthood on Saturday Read more

As part of the proposed interior rejuvenation of Trinity Church Wall Street, discoveries are being made about the many past chapters in the life of the 1846 structure. Trinity’s Vicar, the Rev. Phillip Jackson, takes a close-up look at the pillar behind the pulpit.

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The Trinity Mission House at 209-211 Fulton Street in an undated photo.

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As the church design team develops the scope for a possible interior rejuvenation, some of the past colors and craftmanship of the building have come to light. The Rev. Phillip Jackson, Vicar, takes us on a short tour of a few small discoveries and surprises.

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As the church design team develops the scope for a possible interior rejuvenation, scaffolding will be visible inside Trinity Church through mid-December. Watch this short video about discoveries made during the process and read additional updates below. Read more

As the church design team develops the scope for a possible interior rejuvenation, scaffolding will be visible inside Trinity Church through mid-December. Read previous updates about the rejuvenation.

On Sunday, and for roughly the next six weeks, you will see the footings for scaffolding on both the south and north sides in the rear bay of the church. This scaffolding will support a 20-foot- Read more

Trinity's pastoral care team offers these tips for taking care of yourself during difficult times:

1. Practice gratitude rather than guilt

2. Focus on simple things: slowly sip a cup of coffee or tea, look up at the sky to notice the color and clouds, light a candle

3. Sing or hum a tune you love

4. Visit an accessible place that soothes you

5. Breathe in God’s love and peace; exhale tension and fear

6. Be aware of and limit your online or TV news Read more

Wopo Holup, an artist and Trinity parishioner, died on September 29, 2017. She was the creator of more than two dozen public art installations in New York City and around the country, including The Gold Star Project, a temporary art installation at Trinity Church which honored those who have died in wars in the Middle East.

While studying the Book of Isaiah, the New Beginners—Trinity’s ministry of Read more

You’ve probably heard of All Saints' Day, and you know about Halloween, of course. But what about All Souls' Day, and All Hallows’ Eve, and All Faithful Departed? What’s the difference?

Well, November 1 is All Saints' Day, one of the principal feasts of the Episcopal Church, when the church remembers the saints, known and unknown.  It is also one of the four holy days denoted as especially appropriate for baptisms. (The others are the First Sunday after Epiphany, the  Easter Vigil, Read more

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