Parish Life Overview
At the heart of Trinity Church Wall Street is an active, diverse worshipping community. All are invited to join in worship or participate in Trinity’s education, service, and arts programs as we seek to carry out God’s mission in the world.
Whether you are a lifelong Episcopalian, simply curious, or anywhere in between, you are invited to worship at any of the 20 worship services offered weekly by Trinity. Worship services follow the participatory liturgies set forth in the Book of Common Prayer and many are webcast online. Stay for coffee after any of the services to meet other members of the community or connect with a staff member.
Trinity welcomes families of all kinds into a vibrant and diverse community of faith. Children, youth, and families are encouraged to participate in Trinity’s numerous and varied opportunities for worship, education, service, and fellowship. Learn more.
Trinity Church Wall Street’s educational programs are grounded in Episcopal tradition while giving participants the opportunity to consider challenging questions and deepen their faith. Trinity offers classes, workshops, lectures, retreats, and other events for all ages. Learn more.
The Trinity community celebrates life’s important milestones together and supports one another during difficult times. Learn more about baptism, weddings, and funerals at Trinity. If you or a loved one is facing illness, death, or another emergency–or if you are just looking for someone to talk to–Pastoral Care, a ministry of Trinity Church Wall Street, is available to you. Contact Ellen Andrews, Program Coordinator for Pastoral Care & Community, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.602.0753.
Community members take an active part in all aspects of life at Trinity. Congregants lead small groups, organize art projects, and create and participate in a variety of ministries that help public schools, preserve the environment, fight racism, and more. We welcome you to join us—to participate in what we already do or to lead us in new directions.
While membership is not required to participate in life at Trinity, anyone interested in deepening their connection to Trinity through membership is invited to learn more.
The Congregational Council, elected by members of the parish, oversees the mission and outreach of the Trinity congregation. Learn more.
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