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Larry White, flanked by Trinity parishioners Lonny Shockley (left) and Roz Hall (right). Photo by Jim Melchiorre.
by Jim Melchiorre
Restoring hope to people behind prison walls is a special calling of churches and other faith communities.
by Lynn Goswick
As the Rev. Dr. Mark Bozzuti-Jones began his greeting, he gestured to his left to acknowledge the guest of honor, only to find she wasn’t in her seat.
Across the main floor of St. Paul’s Chapel, Sister Gloria Shirley was still exchanging the peace with friends who had come Saturday morning to celebrate the 50th anniversary of her lifeRead more
Trinity Wall Street celebrated 40 years of women's ordination in the Episcopal Church with an Evensong on Sunday November 9.
“This is a love story,” said the Rev. Anita Schell, recalling her time at Trinity in a reflection during the service. Schell was the female priest to be ordained at Trinity and the first woman to serve as a full-time member of the clergy on staff.
“There were challenges as a woman,” she said before the service. “Read more
At its October meeting, the Trinity vestry approved more than $1.7 million in new grants.
A grant of $300,000 was made to the Province of West Africa for emergency relief and response to the Ebola outbreak. These funds will go directly to the Dioceses of Bo and Freetown in Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia.
The dioceses are coordinating with national governments and organizing local responses to educate communities about prevention; provide medical supplies for health workersRead more
If you’re looking for a way to bring more music and reflection into your life this autumn, Trinity has just what you need.
On Wednesday, Bach at One returns to St. Paul’s Chapel at 1pm. The Trinity Baroque Orchestra and the Choir of Trinity Wall Street continue their tour through all of Bach’s 200 cantatas at this liturgical event that everyone will enjoy.
On Wednesday evening,Read more