Online Offerings

Trinity Church Wall Street is joining with people and organizations all over the world in restricting our movements to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Although all in-person activities have been canceled, we are still live-streaming our main weekday and Sunday Holy Eucharist services, on both the Trinity website and on Trinity’s Facebook page, as well as providing other opportunities to gather online. Please see below for a list of all our online offerings with details on how you can participate.


Holy Eucharist

Sundays at 11:15am, Weekdays at 12:05pm

Gather with us on our website or Facebook for Holy Eucharist.

Morning and Evening Prayer

Weekdays at 8:15am and 5:15pm

Start and end your weekdays with online prayer. For an invitation, email Scott Smith at or Dane Miller at

River and Forest Liturgies

Sundays at 8:30am

During the time we are separated due to social distancing, Trinity Retreat Center will broadcast live from their contemplation shack on the Housatonic River and from the Trinity Forest. Watch live on Instagram and Facebook.

Candlelight Compline

Mondays and Wednesdays at 8:30pm

In the midst of our anxiety, fear, sickness, and turmoil, we invite you to enter the darkness of each night with hope, peace, solidarity, unity, and contemplation on God's everlasting love. Broadcast live from Trinity Retreat Center on Instagram and Facebook.

Delve Deeper

The Gospel, Times, Journal, and You

Sundays at 10am

Discussion centering on the editorial pages of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the day’s Gospel. To join, email

Young Adults Bible Study

Sundays at 12:30pm, May 24–June 7

In this three-week series with Henry Ginna, we’ll explore the major prophets of the Old Testament. Together, we’ll examine how they foresaw the Messiah and listen for the Holy Spirit in our own lives and our own uncertain times. Henry Ginna is a recent graduate of Yale Divinity School. He received a Master of Arts in Religion with a certificate in Education and Leadership Ministry. To join or for more info, email

The Broad Way Bible Study

Mondays at 1pm

Grab your lunch and join Bob Scott for lively discussion and fellowship. To join, please email Bob Scott at

The Book of Revelation: The End of the World or Heaven on Earth?

Thursdays at 1pm, through June 11

Bob Scott leads a discussion based on the curriculum featuring priest, theologian, and seminary professor Michael Battle and showing a side of Revelation you’ve never seen before: as a source of hope and inspiration. Join the group by emailing Bob at

Trinity Book Club

Thursdays, 6–8pm, June 4–July 30

Let’s have some fun summer reading together! Madeleine L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time is an adventure in space and time that explores the intersection of science, theology, and children’s literature (though there is plenty in there for adults, too!). L’Engle, who served as a volunteer librarian and later writer-in-residence at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, was a writer informed by her belief in the breadth of salvation. A Wrinkle in Time is the first book in a series, so there’s plenty more to read if you enjoy it. To join, contact Yunjeong Seol at

Explore and Expand Your Spirituality

Prayer and Care: Facing the Challenge of This Time

Sundays in May, 2–3pm

Drop in to connect and be nourished as we reflect on how the day’s Scripture speaks to us. Facilitated by Anahi Galante, seminarian with the Pastoral Care & Community team. To join, please email Ellen Andrews at

Prayer and Care: Spiritual Nourishment on the Recovery Journey

Sundays in June, 2–3pm

Drop in to connect as we reflect on how the day’s Scripture speaks to us on our recovery journey. All are welcome. Facilitated by Sandy Blaine, organizer of Trinity’s annual Recovery Retreats. To join, please email Ellen Andrews at

Comfort at One

Weekdays at 1pm

During trying times, music stills our souls and provides a healing grace. Weekdays at 1pm, we’ll be sharing Comfort at One performances on Facebook and Twitter and will post the full videos here.

Scripture, Reflection, & Compline

Tuesdays at 6pm

Gather online for spiritual nourishment and fellowship. To join, email Ellen Andrews at

Catch Your Breath

Wednesdays at 1pm

Visit our website for a time of stillness and centering and a brief recorded meditation. For more information, email Ellen Andrews at

Group Spiritual Accompaniment: Meditation & Lectio Divina

Wednesdays, 6:30–7:30pm

Join our online meditation group. Practice consists of guided meditation and contemplative reflection with poets and artists, for mutual spiritual support and growth. Spiritual directors: John Deuel and Kathy Bozzuti-Jones. Register:

Enjoy the Company of Others


Sundays at 10am

Parents are invited to gather online for a time of sharing and support facilitated by Julia Kristeller from the Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute. To join, email Ellen Andrews at

Young Adults

11:15am Watch Party
Sundays, 11:15am–12:30pm

Let’s watch the 11:15am Holy Eucharist together. To join, email

Virtual Come-Together
Saturdays, 6pm

Adults in their 20s and 30s are invited to come together, check in, and just hang out—every week is different. For more info or to join, email

Virtual Coffee Hour

Sundays after 11:15am service

Brew a cup and gather with fellow parishioners after the 11:15am service. To join, email Kyle Folk-Freund at by 11am on Sunday.

Trinity Youth Meet-Up

Wednesdays at 7pm

Even though we can’t meet in person, Trinity Youth are still showing up for one another! Each week, Fr. Matt Welsch is hosting a weekly drop-in call along with Karla Chee-a-tow, Jenn Chinn, and Damali Lewis. All Trinity Youth are invited to join us—whether you can stay for the whole call or just hop on for a few minutes when you’re able. To join, please text or email Matt at

New Beginnings

Thursdays at 11am

Trinity’s ministry of seniors meets for Bible study. To join, please email Ellen Andrews at

Trinity Men

The Trinity Men’s group builds fellowship and explores what it means to live a life of faith and all our core values in New York City, and supports each other in living authentic, impactful, and loving lives. To join, please email

Core Planning Meeting
Third Thursday of every month, 6:30pm

Join men from Trinity as they plan ongoing and upcoming events for the men of the church.

Soup, Sandwich, & Spirituality
Fourth Thursday of every month, 6:30pm

Join for discussion related to various topics on living a life of faith and service in the city.

Need help accessing the live streams of our worship service or other videos? Please see our guide: “Watching Trinity's Live-streamed Worship Services”