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Trinity Church Wall Street held its ninth annual Poetry Festival on April 30 at St. Paul’s Chapel. Titled “Sharing Our Voices of Verse,” the event drew more than fifty people, many of whom got the chance to read their poetry.
This year’s festival paid special tribute to Deborah Danner and Walter Oerlemans, who participated in past festivals by contributing their own poems, andRead more
Trinity community members at the Illuminating Our Core Values event.
How do you describe integrity?
The question came up Thursday, April 20, at an evening event called Illuminating Our Core Values, sponsored by Trinity Church Wall Street.Read more
We arrived in New Delhi, India on July 16 for a two week tour of theological education in India. I am travelling with a group from Union Theological Seminary, which is exploring reenergizing their historic connections in India. Trinity is looking into how we might partner in ministry in India. Supporting emerging leaders through education and formation in multiple contexts is one possibility that this trip will help us explore.
I have learned that theRead more
With more than 70% of American adults on Facebook and nearly all of us with email accounts, communication is easy. But it’s often difficult to gather a group of people together on a regular basis. What does this mean for the church?
The Rev. Kyle Matthew Oliver confirmed that “patterns of cultural belonging are changing.” A few Trinity staff and congregation members gathered over lunch with Oliver, the Digital Missioner and Learning LabRead more
In mid-August 2015, the seven foot tall statue of St. Paul that had adorned St. Paul's Chapel since 1766 was removed for restoration. Later this month, St. Paul will return to the chapel. The Tribeca Trib recently wrote an article about the restorationRead more
On Thursday, March 10, 2016, actor and activist Anna Deavere Smith presents “Race in America: Accepting Difference, Standing Shoulder to Shoulder.” Part presentation, part performance, this captivating exploration of racial justice—and a Trinity Institute Dialogue—is not to be missed. All are welcome toRead more
"Where is the treasure?", visitors to Trinity Church often ask, remembering the 2004 movie National Treasure, which featured a fictional version of Trinity Church.
Photo by Kathy Bozzuti-Jones
Last Friday night, youth from the Trinity community learned the truth.Read more
The title page of Bach's autograph score of St. Matthew Passion
J.S. Bach's St. Matthew Passion, which the Choir of Trinity Church Wall Street will perform on March 3, is a masterpeice ofRead more
The Rev. Paul-Gordon Chandler is the Executive Director and founder of Caravan, an interfaith peacebuilding arts organization. The Bridge, Caravan’s traveling visual arts exhibition, is on display in St. Paul’s Chapel through February 28.
“If white Christians acted more Christian than white, black parents would have less to fear for their children,” says respected public theologian and New York Times bestselling authorRead more