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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Observances at Trinity

Trinity Wall Street has celebrated the birthday of the Rev Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. since before the observance became a federal holiday in 1986. Trinity parishioners who were instrumental in organizing those early celebrations also created the Task Force Against Racism. Once again this year, the parish will focus on Dr. King’s passion, his work, and his legacy in Trinity’s Sunday worship services on January 19, with a forum for the Youth of the church, and with activities at Charlotte’s Place designed to observe the “National Day of Service.”  

Video Interview with Trinity Parishioners from the Task Force Against Racism

Sunday January 19

11:15am Worship/The Rev Mark Bozzuti-Jones preaching on "Good News to the Poor and Sight to the Blind."

1:00pm  Forum: A Celebration of the Life of Martin Luther King Jr.

Monday January 20  

10:45am Charlotte's Place partners with Tamid Synagogue and Lower Manhattan Community Church for a day of service for families.


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