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by Jeremy Sierra

Mickey Kross, a retired New York City fireman, is a Bronx born former marine who doesn’t hesitate to say what he thinks, and every Thursday he practices

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by Jeremy Sierra

In the 1980s, people used to say “The Bronx is burning.” The Rev. Bertram Bennett, Jr. was one of the people who helped put out the fire. 

Bennett became the rector of St. David’s

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Jackie Chang is a noted public artist whose work can be seen in the Metropolitan/Lorimer subway station and P.S. 268 in Queens as well as elsewhere around the country. She is facilitating the creation of a large-

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The Rev. Canon Benjamin Musoke-Lubega has been named Trinity Wall Street's new Director of Faith in Action, a programming arm that encompasses outreach in Lower Manhattan and national and international grant-making. Since formal inception of the Trinity Grants Program in the early 1970s, a robust series of grants has

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23. 

Michael Jordan’s uniform number. 

A famous Psalm. 

And now at Trinity, a number associated with the Day of Pentecost 2013, when 23 people were baptized. While this likely isn’t the most baptisms on a single Sunday in the parish’s three centuries of doing such things, it’s certainly the most in a very long

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by Jeremy Sierra

It was a passing of the torch one night in France when influential experimental musician, Alan Vega, brought his son, Dante, onto the stage to perform alongside him. 

Dante has been singing for years now, not only beside his father, but also with the Trinity Youth Chorus. He’s been a member since its inception, seven years ago.

“When he was about 7, he was always humming to

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by Jeremy Sierra

The Rev. Velontsara Jules Gaston, one of the 2012 Transformational Fellows from Madagascar, preaches to the poor on the streets and to men in prison, and ministers to two small congregations many miles apart. It’s hard work and very little of it pays. 

“I was tempted to leave,” he said. “Your gift motivated me to continue the work of God.” 

Every year Trinity recognizes lay and ordained leaders for their transformational work. The

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Photo by Leo Sorel

by Jeremy Sierra

Some would be surprised to learn that Fr. Matt Heyd harbors a love of Coke Zero (“His only vice,” says his wife, Ann) or that he likes to put Baked Lays potato chips in his sandwiches. No one would be surprised, however, that when I asked him if I

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Dear Parish Community,

Trinity Wall Street is a force for good in Lower Manhattan, the Diocese of New York, the wider Episcopal Church, and the worldwide Anglican Communion. The Parish’s extensive resources are wisely and appropriately utilized in helping make God's love known to people near and far. 

Trinity’s 2012 audited financial report, prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), is found here. The report also includes the previously

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Click here to download Trinity's 2012 audited financial report.

Dear Parish Community,

Trinity Wall Street is a force for good in Lower Manhattan, the Diocese of New York, the wider Episcopal Church, and the worldwide Anglican Communion. The Parish’s extensive resources are wisely and appropriately utilized in helping make God's love known to people

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