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Amy Eddings, former host of All Things Considered for WNYC, in her new farmhouse in Ada, Ohio (photo courtesy of Amy Eddings). 
 
by Jeremy Sierra
 
Like many New Yorkers, I was admittedly a little sad when I learned
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Not even occasionally torrential rain in Lower Manhattan dampened the enthusiasm for the second public meeting to offer suggestions for Trinity Wall Street's new parish building. 
 
More than 70 people attended the charette at St. Paul's Chapel Saturday March 14 to discuss the range of activities that might be included in the future ministry space at 68/74

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The parish of Trinity Wall Street held its annual meeting and election of Congregational Council members Sunday, March 8. Elected to a two-year term were: Oliva George, Joyce Coppin Mondesire, Ruth Antoinette “Toni” Foy,
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On February 26, Trinity Real Estate received the prestigious Pinnacle Award for One Hudson Square.

The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA)/NY chose the Trinity property in the category Operating Office Building over 1,000,000 square feet. Entering the competition requires an extensive application and an inspection by BOMA/NY staff members. 

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On Saturday February 28, almost one hundred people brought their ideas—big and small—for Trinity’s ministry space at 68/74 Trinity Place to a charette in St. Paul’s Chapel.

Led by the staff of the architecture firm Pelli Clarke Pelli, the day’s activities

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“I usually approach Lent as a walk with Jesus,” said the Rev. Dr. William Lupfer, Trinity’s rector, in a recent video. At Trinity, there are many opportunities to continue this walk through prayer and worship. Whether you are looking for a weekday Eucharist during your lunch hour, to

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Over the past week, the baton was passed to the Rev. Dr. William Lupfer, 18th Rector of Trinity Wall street, both figuratively and literally.

On February 15, the Rev. Dr. James Cooper, 17th Rector, gave a baton to Lupfer. He quoted Hebrews when he handed it over: “Run with perseverance the race that is set before us.”

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Ash Wednesday (February 18, 2015) marks the beginning of the Christian penitential season of Lent. Along with Good Friday at the climactic end of the Lenten season, Ash Wednesday is one of the two most somber days of the Church’s calendar. Ash Wednesday sermons are always a call to commitment to the long spiritual journey toward Easter. Here are the two preached at Trinity Wall Street: click here

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The Rev. Dr. William Lupfer addresses a class on leadership at Sing Sing prison. From left: the Rev. Canon Petero Sabune, former Sing Sing chaplain; Roz Hall, Trinity Wall Street parishioner; and Dr. Lupfer.

Trinity Wall Street’s new rector spent the first work day of his ministry at the Sing Sing maximum

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This week, Forbes, The Atlantic, and Reuters

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