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December 2013

 

Dear Parish Community,

Each and everything that we do with Trinity’s time, talent and treasure has value because it builds up the Kingdom of God. What we do speaks to the church and world about the Anglican flavor of Christianity, our ethos, our mission and our ministry. We have thousands of points of contact that help people understand who we are, what we do and what we value. It is through that network of activities and relationships that we enable

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by Jeremy Sierra

On a recent Sunday, four brightly colored doors stood in the Trinity sanctuary. Behind them were four groups of dancers waiting to emerge. This was the beginning of the first performance of The Doors, a dance choreographed by Trinity parishioner Marilyn Green and performed by members of the Trinity Movement Choir and the Sacred Dance Guild

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by Jeremy Sierra

Trinity recently sponsored two events as part of its effort to bring together educators, communities, and funders to improve public schools. 

On October 6, 124 philanthropists from various foundations met in the Parish Hall for the Education Funders Research Initiative Launch Event and Panel Discussion. 

The Education Funders Research Initiative is a project of

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by Jeremy Sierra

There are thousands of glass tiles and brightly colored shards attached to the walls of Charlotte’s Place, forming fall leaves and church steeples and flowers. These are several newly completed mosaics, a project of the Trinity Visual Arts Committee and Charlotte’s Place, created by the Trinity community over the summer under the

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3:00pm-6:00pm: Churchyard Trick-or-Treat: Tired of trick-or-treating inside an apartment building? Come trick-or-treat in the Trinity churchyard with the “permanent residents” of Lower Manhattan. Enjoy apple cider, have your photo taken, and enter to win an iPod nano! Costumes encouraged.

In case of rain, trick-or-

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Bob Scott, Director of Faith Formation and Education, interviews Otis Gaddis about progressive evangelism. 

Could you describe the work that you’re doing now?

I’m a college chaplain at the University of Maryland in College Park.

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Trinity has signed a lease for space at 100 Church Street, not far from St. Paul’s Chapel, which will house the Trinity Preschool. The school will begin to meet there in September 2014. Below is a letter from the rector about the new lease. 

 

Dear Parish Family,

I am delighted to announce that Trinity has signed a renewable lease on a ground floor space at 100 Church Street to serve as the future home for the

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