On May 22, Trinity Church Wall Street was on hand to celebrate the opening of the Reaching New Heights and The Apartments at Landing Road, the pilot program of BRC’s HomeStretch Housing—an innovative solution to provide affordable housing to extremely low income New Yorkers.
Here’s a collection of headlines, quotes from news stories, and social media posts about the sermon the Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, preached at Saturday’s wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Trinity Church Wall Street, is rejuvenating the nave, the largest and primary worship space in its 172-year-old building at Broadway and Wall Street. The rejuvenation, and its timing, are consistent with attention to stewardship, one of Trinity’s six Core Values.
The Episcopal Church this week finds itself unexpectedly in the spotlight of Saturday’s royal wedding, and Episcopalians seem pretty excited about it.
The Most Rev. Michael Curry will preach at the marriage service of Prince Henry of Wales—more informally referred to as Prince Harry—and the U.S. actress Meghan Markle at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.
Trinity’s priest for Justice and Reconciliation, the Rev. Winnie Varghese, posted these thoughts on Social Media: Read more
Trinity Church Wall Street is embarking upon a two-year rejuvenation project to enhance the overall worship experience, make spaces accessible and welcoming, upgrade technology and infrastructure, and address deferred maintenance. The nave, or main body, of Trinity Church will be closed during rejuvenation, but services will continue to be scheduled as follows:
Trinity Church Wall Street has been serving its neighborhood in Lower Manhattan since 1697, and when an institution is already into its fourth century, almost nothing is happening for the first time.
So as the present Trinity congregation temporarily assembles for most of its Sunday worship at St. Paul’s Chapel during the rejuvenation of the nave of the church, it’s helpful to remember that such Read more
As Trinity Church Wall Street embarks upon a two-year rejuvenation project, parishioners reflect on their experiences in Trinity Church, and look toward the building’s future.
Trinity Church Wall Street is a congregation in its fourth century with a primary worship space dating back 17 decades. Now Trinity is ensuring the vitality of future ministry, to the neighborhood and to the world, with a major rejuvenation of the nave of Trinity Church.
On Thursday, May 10, 2018, Trinity Parish will celebrate the Feast of the Ascension with a Holy Eucharist in St. Paul’s Chapel at 5:30pm.
The Feast of the Ascension, also known as Ascension Day, occurs forty days after Easter, and commemorates the bodily ascension of Jesus into heaven. In Trinity Parish it’s Read more
Professor James Cone spoke publicly at Trinity Church Wall Street as part of Trinity Institute in January 2008. More recently, in December 2015, Trinity produced a video interview with Professor Cone conducted by J. Kameron Carter, currently a professor at Duke Divinity School.
We never released the interview because both Professor Carter and Trinity hoped to collaborate on a public event to honor Professor Cone for his more than forty years at Union Theological Seminary as a teacher Read more