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As the holidays approach, Trinity is collecting shoes for scholarship students in Haiti, coloring books for kids in New Orleans, winter coats for the children of formerly incarcerated women in New York City, and more with the Giving Tree. The Christmas gifts will go to the children and youth from Trinity’s mission partners in New Orleans, Panama, Haiti, and Burundi. Trinity is also collecting toiletries for Brown Bag Lunch clients, some of whom are homeless

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A few weeks back we shared this mysterious footage in hopes of learning more about it. The film was labeled "St. Luke's Chapel, 1935" and shows a procession exiting St. Luke's Chapel in Greenwich Village. We wanted to know when this happened and what occasioned the procession, so we showed it to a few liturgical sleuths to help us solve the mystery.  

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Blood Mirror is now on the display of the south vestibule of Trinity Church. Photo by Ian Smith
 
On Monday, November 2, 2015, an opening reception was held in Trinity Church for the New York City premiere of 
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On All Saints Sunday, November 1, 2015, 22 new saints were baptized in Trinity parish. The Rev. Kristin K. Miles preached at Trinity Church and welcomed the baptismal candidates, saying, "We want you to know that you are beloved in God and held in this love through all time. We celebrate the ways that you each will be or have already been a saint in different times and

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On Sunday, November 1, the Rt. Rev. Michael Bruce Curry will be installed as the 27th Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. at noon. The service will be webcast live and available on demand here.

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Richard Weaver, President of the National Society of Washington Family Descendants, presents the communion plate to the

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Presented At Trinity Wall Street, November 2–December 1, 2015

Nine gay, bisexual, and transgender men donate blood for sculpture to protest FDA’s ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men

Opening Reception: November 2, 2015, 6–9pm

Trinity Wall Street’s Congregational Arts Committee will present the New York City premiere of Blood Mirror:

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An Interview with the Rt. Rev. Eugene Taylor Sutton, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland. This interview originally appeared in an insert produced by Trinity Wall Street for the September 6, 2015 issue of The Living Church magazine, called Sacred Conversations

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Our hearts ache for the victims of gun violence in Roseburg, Oregon. We pray for the victims, their families and community.
 
Gun violence in America is a public health crisis that needs to be addressed immediately. In this effort, we must move beyond the polarizing debate about guns in America and pledge to work toward sensible regulation that keeps American citizens safe and free. 
 
 

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The Rev. Dr. William Lupfer, Trinity's rector, along with nine members of the Trinity vestry and senior ministry team are in Asia this week meeting with current and potential partners. Peter Ng, Program Officer for Asia and the Pacific for the Episcopal Church, also joined the trip.

They met Elder Fu Xianwei, the Chairperson of National Committee of Three–Self Patriotic Movement of the Protestant Churches in

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