Keep up with the latest parish happenings.

by Jeremy Sierra

In August, several members of the Trinity community took a bus down to Washington, D.C. to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s historic “I have a dream” speech.

“I could feel that excitement,” said

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The Rev. Nadim Nassar was the first Syrian to be ordained as an Anglican Priest. He is now the Director of the Awareness Foundation and an outspoken person of faith. He was first interviewed by Trinity’s Senior Video Producer, Jim Melchiorre, in 2009, and visited Trinity again in September 2013. 

Could you tell me about the Awareness

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by Jeremy Sierra

For a week in July, the third floor of 74 Trinity Place was transformed into Narnia, or the closest you can get if you made Narnia out of paper and paint and filled it with children. 

Fifty-five children, ages 4-12, participated in Journey to Narnia, Trinity Wall Street’s first theater immersion program. They learned about acting, set and costume design, music, and community.


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Beginning this fall, the Choir of Trinity Wall Street and other guest artists will perform a wide range of works by the versatile and prolific composer, Benjamin Britten, in honor of his 100th birthday. The works of Britten will be presented as part of Trinity Wall Street’s recurring concert series, including Bach at One and Concerts at One, and will feature several additional special events. 

Tickets are avaialble now for a special evening concert featuring acclaimed tenor Nicholas

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The New York City Department of Transportation has announced that, due to construction along Broadway, city buses will not stop on Broadway between Thames Street and Rector Street beginning August 5. Read the full announcement here.

Dear Friends,

Welcome to the redesigned!

Your feedback was very important to the redesign process, and now that we have launched, your thoughts about the new site will continue to shape this collection of pages and features into the website you want and need it to be.

To that end, your voice remains critical, whether you are drawn to the big picture or detailed points. What do you love about the new site?

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The Trinity Museum, located inside Trinity Church, is open daily. Visitors are invited to stop in and view the current exhibit, A Church for the New World: The history of Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel in New York. 

Learn how a King, a Queen, and a pirate helped build Trinity Church. Find out why George Washington prayed at St. Paul's Chapel after his inauguration. Discover more about Trinity churchyard's most famous resident - Alexander Hamilton. Visit Trinity Museum for an in-

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Interested in volunteering through Trinity Wall Street? Click any of the links below to learn more about our programs and contact program leaders.

Brown Bag Lunch

Charlotte's Place

All Our Children 

Episcopal Service Corps

Mission and Service Trips

Prison Ministry

Knitting Fellowship

Task Force Against Racism


by Jeremy Sierra

I’m trying to make a butterfly. It’s easier than you think, just a book fold, then fold it in half, a few more folds, some creasing and sculpting, and there you have it. My teacher is Lisa Bellan-Boyer, an interfaith minister with a gentle manner. You’ll never feel stupid or clumsy when she’s teaching you, even when your second butterfly comes out a little wonky, or when an

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by Jeremy Sierra

In the Trinity Wall Street Parlor hang photos of saints and angels, praying hands and bleeding hearts, death masks and crucifixions. They are pictures of religious tattoos, part of an exhibit entitled Radical Spirituality: Religious Tattoos,

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