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By:
Maggy Laraque, Program Manager for Mission & Service Engagement

A group of nine staff, congregation members, and friends of Trinity Church Wall Street went on a four-day mission trip to New Orleans, a journey that helped us deepen our faith and grow spiritually.

“My life has been enriched by this experience and I truly appreciate the values we share as a community of faith,” said Jacqueline Woody, a friend of Trinity from Maryland.

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Five women are currently in the Hour Working Women Reentry Program (HWWRP), a service offered by Trinity partner, Hour Children, which helps female ex-offenders obtain the skills they need to enter the workforce. Several of the

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By:
Jeremy Sierra

Networking isn’t easy for most of us. Promoting yourself in an appropriate way and making connections with strangers can be nerve-wracking, not to mention holding your drink while you try to fish your business card out of your pocket. Now imagine doing all that as a formerly-incarcerated person.

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As part of its yearly mission and service engagement program, Trinity Church Wall Street held the first of four job skills workshops with the women from Hour Children on June 30th. Hour Children, an organization that works with incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women and their children, has been one of Trinity's mission partners for the past six years.

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Mission & Service teams from Trinity Church Wall Street have been coming for at least seven years to Hogar de Niñas in Panama City.

Hogar de Niñas provides residential care and education for girls between six and 18 who would otherwise be at risk.So the Trinity team that has been working in partnership this week with the Episcopal Diocese of Panama renewed that tradition with a visit on Sunday April 3.

However, this time, instead of

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How difficult is it to move a 17-foot high cross and lift it into a hole dug three feet deep in the earth? 
 
Very difficult, as the members of the Mission & Service team from Trinity Church Wall Street learned Saturday in the small community of El Progreso # 2 in Panama, where Trinity is working this week in partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Panama. 
 
However, as you can see from the photo below, the task is only difficult, not impossible, when many
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Digging a foundation at the Church of the Good Shepherd / Photo provided by Victor Batista

The Mission & Service team from Trinity Church Wall Street is working this week in partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Panama.  On Friday, three members

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Trinity Church Wall Street member Dr. Kevin Grant treating a patient in Pueblo Nuevo Panama.

The small community of Pueblo Nuevo in Panama is about a ninety-minute drive from the capital. To set up a mobile dental clinic there requires a little imagination. Members of the

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By Kyle Folk-Freund

In October, I got the chance to go on the Mission and Service Trip to New Orleans with Maggy Charles, Program Manager of Mission and Service Engagement, and other Trinity staff and congregation members. I’ve been assisting since May

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Trinity Church Wall Street's Mission & Service team spent the day working at All Souls Episcopal Church and Community Center in the Lower Ninth Ward. Church members worked with us in the morning and then, in the afternoon, a few scholars joined us as soon as their classes ended for the day.

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