Updates

Brown Bag Lunch

By:
Stephanie Chrispin

 

This summer, Trinity's Brown Bag Lunch Ministry hosted Imagine Healing, a three-part series designed to foster conversation and intentional focus on the intersection of homelessness and race. The program stems from Trinity's key strategic mission areas of Housing and Homelessness and

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By:
Rase De Los Santos

When I first started the Brown Bag Lunch Assistant role, I remember that a volunteer, Bill Patrikos, mentioned to me that “hunger doesn’t take a holiday.” Those five words have continuously echoed in my head during my time at Trinity. The impact, the pain, and the stories that are contained in these words remind us that we are all human. Imagine with me—that intense feeling of hunger or feeling unsafe, wondering “when am I getting home?” For many people that moment is every day; it’s their

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Every Tuesday and Thursday, more than one hundred people from Lower Manhattan come to the Trinity churchyard for a Brown Bag Lunch. Starting on Sunday, February 1, Trinity will expand this six-year-old ministry by offering lunches on Sunday and Monday for a total of four days a week. 

While the number of people who are homeless in Lower Manhattan is not as high as some other areas of the city, there are still many in need of a meal.

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Interested in volunteering through Trinity Wall Street? Click any of the links below to learn more about our programs and contact program leaders.

Brown Bag Lunch

Charlotte's Place

All Our Children 

Episcopal Service Corps

Mission and Service Trips

Prison Ministry

Knitting Fellowship

Task Force Against Racism

 

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