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Thanks to the generous response from parishioners and friends of Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel, the campaign for Haiti Scholars for Success has raised $10,289.18, exceeding the goal of $10,000. On behalf of the Vestry, Church-Wardens, Rector, the Sisters of St. Margaret, and scholarship recipients in Haiti, a heartfelt thanks to everyone whose donations made this campaign a resounding success.
All gifts of any Read more
A group of almost thirty Trinity children, youth, and adults have begun their pilgrimage to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, a journey that will expose them to life in a place and culture far different than their own. Pilgrims will walk historic holy sites, attend church services, and learn about water access issues in the area in the context of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline. Read more
Ordinary Time is the part of the liturgical calendar that falls outside the major seasons such as Advent, Epiphany, Lent, and Easter. Ordinary time begins with the passing of the Day of Pentecost and continues until the First Sunday of Advent, and is the longest season of the church year.
While the term is used by the Read more
The Rev. Anita Schell preaches at Trinity Church during a special Evensong to commemorate the anniversary of women's ordination in 2014.
On July 29, 1974, the feast of Martha and Mary of Bethany, 11 women were ordained to the Episcopal priesthood in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1970, and again in 1973, the Episcopal Church Read more
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 Read more
When Jean Pierre finished high school in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, he applied to law school with the dream of becoming an attorney. He wanted to help children and child abuse victims. The same year he was accepted, however, his mother fell ill and died. He and his four younger siblings were orphans, with no way to afford the numerous schools fees.
Not one to give up on his dreams, Jean Pierre sought the help of the Sisters of St Margaret.
The sisters had assisted his family when Read more
Most know the parable of the sower, but they may not know the parable of “The Lupine Lady.”
During the family service on Sunday, the Rev. Beth Blunt preached about the parable and read from the children’s book, Read more
Trinity’s colonial-themed summer camp is in full swing at St. Paul’s Chapel this week. Children from kindergarten through fifth grade gather each day to explore the music, games, art, and science of pre-Revolutionary New York.
On Wednesday, campers attended a memorial event marking the 213th anniversary of the death of Alexander Read more
After one year as a sacristan at Trinity Church Wall Street, Vinod Wesley is leaving to pursue his Ph.D. at the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago. Wesley came to Trinity after finishing his Master of Sacred Theology at Union Seminary. Prior to his studies at Union Seminary, he taught and earned Bachelors and Masters degrees at Gurukul Lutheran Theological College. He is affiliated with the Church of South India.
Longtime Trinity partner, Sister Tesa Fitzgerald, was featured by People magazine for her work to end the cycle of intergenerational incarceration.
Sister Tesa is the founder of Hour Children, an organization that works with incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women and their children, providing housing, child care, mental health support, job-training, and other Read more