Saturday, January 18th, 2019
8:15AM: Sign up to serve breakfast to our lower Manhattan neighbors.
9:45AM: NYC Women’s March | St. Paul’s Chapel
Join Trinity parishioners and staff for the fourth annual Women’s March in New York City to raise our voices for justice and equality! We will meet in the morning and travel together to Foley Square to join the Women's March NYC. We'll then march with thousands to Times Square at 1PM, where we will meet thousands more in solidarity and unity under the lights of Times Square.
For more information or to RSVP, email email@example.com.
12:15PM: Sign up to distribute Brown Bag Lunches at St. Paul’s Chapel.
Sunday, January 19th, 2020
10AM: Whole Community Learning invites everyone to their session focused on understanding food insecurity at St. Paul’s Chapel.
11:15AM: Guest Preacher – Dr. Fred Moten | Trinity Church
Dr. Fred Moten will preach at the 11:15 am worship service in Trinity Church. Moten is an American poet and scholar whose work explores critical theory, black studies, and performance studies. Dr. Moten is the author of In the Break: The Aesthetics of the Black Radical Tradition and professor of performance studies at New York University.
12:45PM: Join neighbors to pack Trinity’s daily Brown Bag Lunches at St. Paul’s Chapel.
Monday, January 20th, 2020
9:30AM – 12:45PM: Poverty Simulation | St. Paul’s Chapel
To continue Martin Luther King Jr.'s mission for social and economic justice, participants are invited to experience prepared scenarios based on US Census data to “simulate” a day in the life of someone living in poverty. The task of each family is to provide for food, shelter and other basic necessities in four 15-minute "weeks." Families will interact with community resources such as schools, banks, non-profits, and employment offices for this event. This program seeks to challenge misconceptions surrounding poverty and build community together.
12:45PM: Community Meal at St. Paul’s Chapel – all are welcome.
1:30PM: Sign up for the Family-friendly lunch distribution at St. Paul’s Chapel.
For information on Trinity's 2018 speaker series, visit the MLK Jr. Epistles and Prophets page.