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On Climate Change, It’s Up to Us to Do Something


“Growing up in Trinity... it just made perfectly clear sense to me that I had to be one of the people to take up this fight.” Azalea Danes, Trinity parishioner and youth organizer, shares how Trinity Church Wall Street’s community of faith is foundational to her climate activism. She references Trinity’s 2015 mission trip to Standing Rock as a formative experience that sparked her passion to fight for climate justice.


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Imagine it's late 2019 and you're walking along a busy New York City street with dozens of people passing by. Statistics indicate that, on average, one out of every seven of those persons would have been considered food insecure, defined by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as having "limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods, or Read more

The Rev. Winnie Varghese of Trinity Church Wall Street joined with the Very Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas, Dean of Episcopal Divinity School at Union Seminary, and the Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers, Canon to the Presiding Bishop for Evangelism, Reconciliation, and Stewardship of Creation, to write “Speaking of Freedom: A Fourth of July Letter to the Church.” The writers, all Episcopal Read more

We, Trinity Youth, know that Black Lives Matter. The dignity of human beings is not up for debate. And we believe in showing up for one another.

As a multiracial community in New York City, we recognize and condemn racism, white supremacy, and police brutality in our community. 

We recognize that becoming anti-racist requires work and self-reflection. We commit to doing the work of anti-racism in our hearts and in our community. We hope the Trinity community will join us in Read more

National Voter Registration Day
Photo from a past National Voter Registration Day.

As we make our way through this election year, I’d like to remind us that 2020 is the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment to the constitution giving Read more

Giving Tuesday usually takes place on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving/The National Day of Mourning. As the largest day of global giving each year, this initiative provides much-needed resources to nonprofits around the world. This year, in response to the devastating toll COVID-19 is having on our communities and nonprofits, #GivingTuesdayNow has been organized for Tuesday, May 5th, as an early call to give if you are able. 

To celebrate #GivingTuesdayNow, we seek to honor Read more

New York City took an important step today to close the intolerable, inhumane, and ineffective Rikers Island jail complex. The City Council voted to close Rikers by 2026 and build modern, more humane, and smaller borough-based facilities in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx.

This change will reduce the number of jails from 11 to four. It will help reduce the number of jail beds in NYC from 13,000 to 3795. Read more

The Rector of Trinity Church Wall Street traveled to Sing Sing Prison in Ossining, NY for a Holy Week visit with some of the men incarcerated there, and to seek their input on Trinity’s ministry.

The Rev. Dr. William Lupfer goes to the maximum-security prison each year to meet with students working toward their Master of Professional Studies degree, offered by New York Theological Seminary (NYTS) and funded by Trinity.

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There is a community of the spirit.

Join it, and feel the delight

of walking in the noisy street

and being the noise.


Palm Sunday is a story of faith in the streets. The streets are crowded – and noisy. Jesus enters town on a borrowed donkey and wearing dusty sandals. He is surrounded by people – normal, working people – and is Read more


During this season of Lent—a time to engage with our own mortality, practice self-examination, and spend time with God—Christians around the world meditate on Jesus’ journey from life to death and from death to resurrection. We wrestle and sit with questions that followers of Christ have been asking since antiquity: what does it mean to follow Jesus, really? And how might we be falling short of that?

In all the richness of Read more


I’ve always wrestled with the story of the prodigal son. I think it’s because I always saw this as one of the most definitively human stories the Bible offers: humankind’s return from exile. The son, we are told, went to a far-off country and spent all he had. This parable invites us to embody this unique human condition as we begin our approach to God.

A person who has never experienced the Read more