If you’re new the parish or a longtime member, there are many ways to get involved at Trinity Church Wall Street. Here are five ways to serve others and connect to the Trinity community:
Join the Environmental Justice Group
The Environmental Justice Group is dedicated to educating the Trinity community about the significance of human impact on the environment, and supporting advocacy and action to create cultural change and move society toward sustainable practices. Contact David Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
Serve Brown Bag Lunches
Trinity offers a brown bag lunch to those in need of a meal 365 days a year. If you work or live in Lower Manhattan, this is a way to get to know your neighbors and continue Trinity’s tradition of service. Sign up to help pack and distribute lunches here.
Sign up for a Mission and Service Trip
Trinity’s Mission and Service Trips are a chance for you to connect to communities beyond your neighborhood. Create true and lasting relationships while serving others in New York and around the world. Sign up here.
Join Trinity Cares
Community members are invited to join this group of parishioners who gather regularly to break bread together, identify community needs, and provide care and attention. Contact Ellen Andrews at email@example.com to learn more.
Become a Member
While membership is not required for participation in community life, all are invited to consider joining. Members are faithful in prayer, regular in worship and service, and financially support the mission of the parish through stewardship. Learn more about membership here.
These are just a few of the many opportunities to connect at Trinity and St. Paul’s Chapel. Learn about other ways to get involved here.