Children and Families

Trinity welcomes families of all kinds into a vibrant and diverse community of faith. Children and families are encouraged to participate in Trinity’s numerous and varied opportunities for worship, education, service, and fellowship.

 

Worship

Although we can't meet in person, familes can still worship together and with other famillies online via Family Worship: Home Edition. This resource is published each Thursday for families to use on their own and is the foundation of a weekly online gathering of families who use the email to worship together.

Families are also invited to join Sunday's 11:15am worship service on our website or on Facebook, or any of the other numerous worship opportunities. Learn more about online worship here.

 

Children's Time

Launching with a Mini Celebration Sunday, September 20, at 10am

Series begins September 27, online

Children and their families are invited to learn together Sundays this fall. We’ll begin with an opening assembly, including a prayer and a song, then break into small groups for a time of exploration and community.

  • Godly Play (4 years–5th grade): An interactive storytelling "circle" of wonder, faith, and play followed by hands-on activity and sharing.
  • Whole People of God (2nd–5th grades) An interactive multimedia exploration on the week's liturgical themes with hands-on arts activities and sharing.

Register below for these online sessions. A link to the virtual gathering will be emailed to you.

Also, families who register will be mailed a supply kit with materials to use for classes each week. These supplies are free to your family. If you’d like to pay this gift forward, please consider donating to Operation Backpack, an organization that provides backpacks and supplies to 18,000 children currently in the NYC shelter system.

 
 

 

Trinity Youth Chorus

The Trinity Youth Chorus brings together talented youth ages 5 to 18 from the five boroughs of New York City. Choristers receive both group and individual training in vocal technique, music theory, sight-reading, and performance skills from a group of dedicated professionals led by Melissa Attebury, Trinity Wall Street's Associate Director of Music and the Arts.

During the pandemic, choristers continue to meet and rehearse online and provide regular worship music for Family Worship: Home Edition, a worship resource for parish families. Learn more.