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By Jonathan Ambrosino, Trinity’s organ consultant

Since the arrival of the first organ in 1741, many instruments have led sacred music in the historic spaces of Trinity Church Wall Street. In 2017, a reconstructed organ built by the Noack Organ Company was installed at St. Paul’s Chapel. This instrument plays a vital role both in worship and in concert. Read more

The Rev. Winnie Varghese of Trinity Church Wall Street joined with the Very Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas, Dean of Episcopal Divinity School at Union Seminary, and the Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers, Canon to the Presiding Bishop for Evangelism, Reconciliation, and Stewardship of Creation, to write “Speaking of Freedom: A Fourth of July Letter to the Church.” The writers, all Episcopal Read more

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Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

This week, we have a guest writer: the Rev. Dr. Mark Bozzuti-Jones. Fr. Mark’s prayer, in this season of pandemic and Black Lives Matter protest, has inspired a series of provocative poems about race and racial justice.Read more

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Fr. Matt Welsch

Each week, we’re offering a simple family-style service for you and your family to follow together at home. We hope these resources will help you find time to worship together at whatever time and in whatever way feels most comfortable and authentic for you.Read more

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Colin Winterbottom and James Melchiorre

The rejuvenation of the nave of Trinity Church Wall Street from May 2018 to December 2019 represented the most ambitious internal architectural and maintenance upgrade in almost three-quarters of a century. Barely two months passed from the completion of the work and the onset of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, which shut down not only public worship, but also public entry into the building. Until Trinity Church is again open to the public, we offer a continuing series of stunning Read more

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Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

Summertime is family time, pandemic or no pandemic. Vacation plans may change, travel may be a challenge. The desire for togetherness, catching our breath, and finding renewal stays strong, whether in our biological families or the ones we form.Read more

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Fr. Matt Welsch

Each week, we’re offering a simple family-style service for you and your family to follow together at home. We hope these resources will help you find time to worship together at whatever time and in whatever way feels most comfortable and authentic for you.Read more

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The Rev. Elizabeth Blunt

Friends,

As New York City gradually opens, we’ve been exploring ways to safely enhance our worship services to bring you an experience that feels as liturgically rich as a pre-COVID19 Sunday or weekday. The enhancements we’re adding are in line with guidelines from New York State and city officials, and as always, our first priority is the safety of all who are participating in our worship services. 

Beginning this Sunday, we’ve made several additions.

At the 11:15am Read more

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Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

The Holy Spirit has a wonderful way of turning up when it counts, and the lectionary readings for this week bring home important truths — both hard and encouraging.Read more

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Fr. Matt Welsch

Each week, we’re offering a simple family-style service for you and your family to follow together at home. We hope these resources will help you find time to worship together at whatever time and in whatever way feels most comfortable and authentic for you.Read more

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