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On Sunday, February 21, 2016, members of Trinity Church Wall Street and the neighboring community met at St. Paul’s Chapel for Sunday Supper. The meal, served by Trinity youth and volunteers, was an opportunity for parishioners and their downtown neighbors to share a family-style hot meal, conversation, fellowship, and fun.

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The Rev. Dr. William Lupfer, Rector of Trinity Church Wall Street, visited Sing Sing prison on February 23 to meet with inmates studying in a Master’s Degree program behind the walls.

New York Theological Seminary has offered the Masters of Professional Studies course inside Sing Sing since 1982. More than four hundred

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Due to blizzard conditions in New York, the Saturday afternoon sessions of the Trinity Institute conference have been postponed. Information about rescheduling those events will be posted on the website at a later time. 

Discovery Class and Sunday services will be held as scheduled. For information about other cancelations, click here

In December 2015, Trinity Church Wall Street and Norges Bank Investment Management formed a joint venture partnership comprising a substantial portfolio of commercial properties in Hudson Square. For Trinity, this partnership results in a diversification of assets critical to sustaining our ministries around the globe, while ensuring that the parish remains a vital property owner and stakeholder in Hudson Square—as we have been for three hundred years. It also reaffirms Trinity’s long term

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On Monday, Trinity submitted a proposal to be included in Cabela’s proxy materials and voted on by shareholders at the company’s upcoming annual meeting in June. The proposal asks that the Board of Directors of Cabela’s Inc., a sporting goods store, to adopt and oversee the implementation of a policy barring the private sale of firearms capable of

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The Trinity Church Wall Street clergy, worshipping community, vestry, and staff offer their continuing prayers for Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry during his hospitalization and recuperation.  We are encouraged by the news from his doctors and nurses that the bishop should have a full recovery from this week’s surgery and we look forward to welcoming Bishop Curry to Trinity Church on January 21 when he will preach at the opening of

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Dear Parish Family,

Today we mourn the loss of 14 people killed through gun violence in San Bernardino. We can’t fathom what yesterday was like for those who met death so brutally, nor for their families.

There is a quote, often attributed to St. Francis of Assisi, that leads us into the future on difficult days such as today: “Preach the gospel at all times. Use words if necessary.”

Now is the time to use "prayers of action" by

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On Christ the King Sunday, the last Sunday of the Christian liturgical calendar, two Trinity sermons looked at the confrontation between Pontius Pilate and Jesus (John 18: 33-37) from different perspectives. The Rev. Kristin Miles made the surprising observation that Pontius Pilate actually offers a gift to Jesus, while Trinity’s Vicar, the Rev. Phillip Jackson, reflected on

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Dear Parish Family,

I am pleased to share with you the news that Trinity and Norges Bank Investment Management have signed an agreement creating a joint venture in which Norges will take a 44 percent interest, and Trinity currently will retain a 56 percent interest in a portfolio valued at $3.55 billion comprising 11 office properties totaling 4.9 million square feet in New York City's Hudson Square neighborhood. We expect to close by the end of the year.

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Dear Parish Family,
 
Tonight we mourn as yet more violence and terror have visited the people of Paris.
 
Less than a year after the attacks against Charlie Hebdo, we are shocked to learn more than 100 people were killed as they went about their lives in the City of Light. 
 
At times like these, it seems easy to despair and believe that darkness reigns. But Jesus shows us time and again that violence and murder never have the final say. Love does. Love

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