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8:00am
Worship
St. Paul's Chapel
9:00am
Worship
Trinity Church
9:15am
Worship
St. Paul's Chapel
10:00am
Community Events
Parish Center (2 Rector St.)
10:00am
Children & Youth
14 Vesey Street
10:00am
14 Vesey Street
11:15am
Worship
Trinity Church
12:45pm
Community Events
Offsite
1:00pm
Community Events
Parish Center (2 Rector St.)
2:00pm
Social Action & Volunteering
St. Paul's Chapel
8:00am
Worship
St. Paul's Chapel
9:00am
Worship
Trinity Church
9:15am
Worship
St. Paul's Chapel
10:00am
Community Events
Parish Center (2 Rector St.)
10:00am
Children & Youth
14 Vesey Street
10:00am
14 Vesey Street
11:15am
Worship
Trinity Church
12:45pm
Community Events
Offsite
1:00pm
Community Events
Parish Center (2 Rector St.)
2:00pm
Social Action & Volunteering
St. Paul's Chapel

11:15am Holy Eucharist

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11:15am Holy Eucharist

The principal Sunday liturgy at Trinity, with musical leadership provided by the renowned Trinity Choir, with regular participation by the Family Choir and Trinity Choristers. Webcast live each Sunday, and archived for on-demand viewing. Trinity Church, Broadway and Wall Street; 75 minutes. Webcast live and available for on-demand viewing.

Special Martin Luther King Jr. Sunday preahcer, Ruby Sales. 

Ruby Sales is a highly-trained, experienced, and deeply committed social activist, scholar, administrator, manager, public theologian, and educator in the areas of civil, gender, and other human rights.

In August 1965, Sales, along with other SNCC workers, joined young people from Fort Deposit, Alabama, who organized a demonstration to protest the actions of the local White grocery store owners who had cheated their parents. The group was arrested and held in jail and then suddenly released. Jonathan Daniels, a White seminarian and freedom worker from Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts was assassinated as he pulled Sales out of the line of fire, when they attempted to enter Cash Grocery Store to buy sodas for other freedom workers who were released from jail.

Sales has preached around the country on race, class, gender, and reconciliation, and she has done ground-breaking work on community and non-violence formation. She also serves as a national convener of the Every Church A Peace Church movement.

Learn more about Trinity's Martin Luther King Jr. observances. 

Download the service bulletin (PDF).

January 14, 201811:15am
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