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Trinity Church Wall Street has been serving its neighborhood in Lower Manhattan since 1697, and when an institution is already into its fourth century, almost nothing is happening for the first time.

So as the present Trinity congregation temporarily assembles for most of its Sunday worship at St. Paul’s Chapel during the rejuvenation of the nave of the church, it’s helpful to remember that such

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Ordinary Time is the part of the liturgical calendar that falls outside the major seasons such as Advent, Epiphany, Lent, and Easter. Ordinary time begins with the passing of the Day of Pentecost and continues until the First Sunday of Advent, and is the longest season of the church year. 

While the term is used by the

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Trinity Church Wall Street invites you to celebrate Christmas with us, and there are nine different opportunities offered to you on Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 24, and Christmas, Sunday, December 25. 

Here’s the schedule:

Christmas Eve

3pm Family Eucharist - Trinity Church

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“I usually approach Lent as a walk with Jesus,” said the Rev. Dr. William Lupfer, Trinity’s rector, in a recent video. At Trinity, there are many opportunities to continue this walk through prayer and worship. Whether you are looking for a weekday Eucharist during your lunch hour, to

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Over the past week, the baton was passed to the Rev. Dr. William Lupfer, 18th Rector of Trinity Wall street, both figuratively and literally.

On February 15, the Rev. Dr. James Cooper, 17th Rector, gave a baton to Lupfer. He quoted Hebrews when he handed it over: “Run with perseverance the race that is set before us.”

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Community at Trinity comes in many forms. In addition to the relationships that are forged in person—during worship, at coffee hour, or in small group meetings—many people connect to Trinity electronically. 
We webcast our noonday Eucharist every weekday, as well as our

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