Trinity Church Wall Street is a welcoming, inclusive Episcopal community that worships at two historic Lower Manhattan churches – Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel. Visitors of all faiths are invited and encouraged to take part in daily worship services (also available online), explore the buildings and grounds, and attend free concerts and neighborhood events.
Broadway and Wall Street
Trinity Church was designed by architect Richard Upjohn in the Gothic Revival style and consecrated in 1846. Visitors can take a moment to pray, view some of the oldest stained glass in the U.S., take in-person or app-led tours of the historic grounds – which includes U.S. founding father Alexander Hamilton’s gravesite and memorial – and more. Seventeen worship services are held at Trinity Church throughout the week.
Church building open daily from 7am to 6pm.
Churchyard open daily from 7am to 6pm.
Tours: Monday through Friday at 2pm; Sunday after the 11:15am service
St. Paul’s Chapel
Broadway and Fulton Street
St. Paul’s Chapel was founded in 1766 and celebrates its 250th anniversary in October. George Washington prayed in the chapel following his inauguration as the President of the United States. The chapel hosts a variety of events and installations, including an exhibit about 9/11, movie screenings, and more. St. Paul’s continues to be an active church, hosting Sunday services at 8am and 9:15am.
Worship with Trinity
Worship services held at Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel follow the participatory Episcopal liturgies set forth in The Book of Common Prayer, featuring hymns, readings, a sermon, prayers and the Eucharist (Communion). Holy Eucharist is held at Trinity Church and St. Paul’s on Sunday mornings. Families and children are welcome at all services; the Sunday 9:15am service at St. Paul’s is specially designed to include children.
Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you are invited to worship at Trinity. Learn more about Trinity’s worship services here.