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This Sunday, April 24, is the 9/11 Memorial Run/Walk. The NYC Department of Transportation has announced some street closures.

The following streets will be closed Sunday from 9am to 2pm:
·       Battery Place between Little West Street and Greenwich Street
·       Greenwich Street between Battery Place and Morris Street
·       Trinity Place between Morris Street and Edgar Street
·       Edgar Street between Trinity Place and Greenwich Street
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Last Sunday’s service featured the traditional Welsh lullaby, “All Through the Night,” arranged for voices, triangle, and celli by pianist and Trinity parishioner, Lorraine Westcarr. 

A member of Trinity since 1996, Westcarr has orchestrated a number of traditional songs and hymns. “All Through the Night,” her first composition for voices, has been a favorite of hers since she was ten years old. 

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The Rev. Canon James Callaway recieves the Cross of St. Augustine from Archbishop Welby at Lambeth Palace.

The Rev. Canon James G. Callaway, D.D.. General Secretary of Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion, received the Cross of St. Augustine from the Most Rev.

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Trinity Wall Street’s Task Force Against Racism is a congregation-led committee that has been active since 1984. We spoke with a few Task Force members about the importance, and the challenge, of talking about race.

Selvena Mosley: “What the Task Force Against Racism does is promote dialogue amongst all peoples, to come together and be able to express their positive views, their negative views, or whatever. It’s an education. I think we’ve seen some folks who have

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Following a three-month-long discernment and election process open to Trinity members, we are pleased to announce the new Vestry to serve until Easter Tuesday, April 18, 2017:

Church Wardens
Mr. Joseph E. Hakim
Ms. Diane B. Pollard

Members of the Vestry
Ms. Leah C. Johnson

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Holy Week, the seven days preceding Easter, commemorates the suffering and death of Jesus, as recounted in Christian Scripture. Like all Anglican churches, Trinity Church Wall Street offers a variety of services that have long history and tradition.

In this series of videos, members of Trinity’s liturgical staff present descriptions of the significant days of Holy Week, the liturgies connected with them, and the reasons why they can be so personally

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The annual vestry election will be held Easter Tuesday, March 29, 2016. Voting is open to all parish members who are 18 years or older, have been officially enrolled in the parish registry for the year preceding the election (March 2015-March 2016), have taken Holy Communion within that year, and contributed to the support of the parish in any documented amount, again within the preceding year (March 2015-March 2016). The register of eligible voters is available for inspection in the Office

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Two afternoons a week Trinity’s Parish Center transforms. The midday crowd packs up their lunch containers. The round tables are wiped down. Laptops are brought out from the office, and a projector screen is pulled down over the street-facing windows. Then, in come the students, about a dozen freshman and sophomore women from the High School for Leadership and Public Service, located just down the block. They’ll spend

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Today, Katie Basquin, Ryan Campbell, Kevin Grant, and Christian Hylton were elected to Trinity's congregational council. Barbara Inniss, Maribel Ruiz, and Luciana Sikula were re-elected to additional terms to the council. They join current council members Deborah Hope, David Elliott, Beverly Ffolkes-Bryant, Ruth Antoinette "Toni" Foy, Oliva George, Keith Klein, Joyce Coppin Mondesire, and Amy Roy. 

Also,  Roz Hall, Art Sikula, and Susan Ward were chosen as delegates to the 2016

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By Leah Reddy

RELATED: Watch The Shadow of Slavery, a documentary that explores the legacy of slavery in New York City and the different ways slavery affected the ministry of Trinity Church.

Lower Manhattan is filled with memorials and monuments: Castle Clinton, the Irish

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