Trinity parishioners and friends joined the March for Our Lives on March 24, 2018. Teens and chaperones traveled to Washington, DC, while another contingent joined other Episcopalians in the diocese for the New York march.
Why are teens marching? From Scarlet: "We live in a world where it’s full with violence and this is the time to come together as one, especially us teenagers. We should be at school thinking about what we’re going to have for lunch or if we’re going to pass theRead more
Pilgrims from Trinity Church Wall Street worked side-by-side with members of St. Luke's Episcopal Church of Ft. Yates, North Dakota, to serve a community dinner at the Long Soldier Community Powwow last week. St. Luke's congregation has been preparing and serving the community dinner for several years now.
Trinity’s colonial-themed summer camp is in full swing at St. Paul’s Chapel this week. Children from kindergarten through fifth grade gather each day to explore the music, games, art, and science of pre-Revolutionary New York.
On Wednesday, campers attended a memorial event marking the 213th anniversary of the death of AlexanderRead more
"Where is the treasure?", visitors to Trinity Church often ask, remembering the 2004 movie National Treasure, which featured a fictional version of Trinity Church.
Photo by Kathy Bozzuti-Jones
Last Friday night, youth from the Trinity community learned the truth.Read more
On Sunday, February 21, 2016, members of Trinity Church Wall Street and the neighboring community met at St. Paul’s Chapel for Sunday Supper. The meal, served by Trinity youth and volunteers, was an opportunity for parishioners and their downtown neighbors to share a family-style hot meal, conversation, fellowship, and fun.
Kevin is starting the 9th grade this fall. For the past two years he has sung in Trinity’s outreach choir at PS140. In August, he attended the Hour Children Music Camp as a volunteer so we asked him a few questions.
Have you enjoyed singing with the PS140Read more
When we arrived at Taizé yesterday we were given a little paper that outlined the schedule, expectations, map of the community, etc. It began with these three paragraphs:
Coming to Taizé is an opportunity to seek communion with God through common prayer, singing, personal reflection, and sharing.
We are off to a fantastic start of our pilgrimage: in New York one of our leaders had visa problems and was turned back at the airport. One of our group dealt with a lost passport en route to Paris (it was found by the plane's staff), and one of the adults got separated from the group on arrival at the airport long enough to make us worry.Read more
Travel day always feels like limbo; we're launched, but not there yet. We're starting to figure out how to be together, who we are together and who we are as individuals. We're dealing with the travel glitches and logistics, and Taizé still feels far away, but now there is the growing sense that there is very little between us and ourRead more