Keep up with the latest parish happenings.

In July, the Movement Choir, an ensemble of Trinity parishioners that performs sacred dance, participated in the Sacred Dance Guild’s international festival at Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pennsylvania.

During the festival they performed a dance choreographed by Marilyn Green called “The Doors,” along with other members of the Sacred Dance Guild.

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By Lauren Holder

Photo by Craig Ruttle

In the days preceding my ordination, I felt everything—prepared and unprepared, affirmed and afraid, confident and humbled, joyful and somber. On the one hand, I had been preparing for this day with the help of many mentors and friends for years—God had been shaping me for this

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Homepage photo credit: Cynthia L. Black/For Episcopal News Service

Trinity Wall Street congratulates the Rt. Rev. Michael Curry, who was elected the 27th Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church on Saturday, June 27. He will begin his nine-year term on November 1, 2015, replacing the Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, who is concluding her term.
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Melanie DeMore is a musician, composer, and educator. She came to Trinity in 2011 for the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and in 2015 to lead attendees

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The Rev. Phillip A. Jackson was installed as vicar of Trinity Wall Street on Saturday, June 20, 2015.  The Rt. Rev. Claude Payne, former Bishop of the Diocese of Texas, preached. Bishop Payne ordained Fr. Jackson to the priesthood and has been a spiritual mentor to him for many years. Fr. Jackson was ordained on the Feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, twenty years ago. Elements of the feast day, which falls on June 24, were incorporated into this

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On the first Saturday of the month, the Rev. Lindsay Lunnum puts out a sign in the parish hall of Zion Episcopal Church in Douglaston, New York. The sign is for Rhythms of Grace, a service for families and children with special needs. It reads, “Gathering, Storytelling, Exploring, Re-gathering, Eucharist, Dismissal,“ each
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From the Rev. Dr. William Lupfer

Dear Friends,
Today, we lift our voices in hopeful prayer for the members of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church and their families, that God may heal their broken hearts.  And we know God is faithful and just, working through our anger and grief to build bridges across the chasm of racist hatred that seeks to divide us. As Martin Luther King Jr. said to the people of Birmingham fifty
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Trinity Wall Street is adding two new distribution days for its Brown Bag Lunch Ministry. Beginning on Friday, June 19, free lunches will be handed out on Fridays and Saturdays on the front porch of St. Paul’s Chapel at 12:45pm.

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by Lindsay Lunnum

I am acutely aware of transitions. Not just the new job, new relationship status, new school kinds of transition. I’m talking about transitioning from the house to the car or from the playground back to home.

My seven-year-old son has autism, and for him, moving from one activity to another can be

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David Jette receives congratulations and thanks from Gabriel Bonadie, one of the congregation members who was already at Trinity when Jette arrived in 1985, on the day of his retirement.

David Jette has served as head verger for Trinity Wall Street since 1985. He retired on May 31, 2015.

A verger

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