Please note: All Trinity Church Wall Street in-person activities and services are suspended until Monday, May 4, as we seek to do our part to help contain the spread of the coronavirus. We ask you to keep in your prayers all who have been affected by this pandemic and those who care for them. To stay in community and support one another during this time, we will continue to live-stream our daily service at 12:05pm Monday-Friday and Sunday at 11:15am. Additional resources and online get-togethers are also shared on our events calendar, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Trinity Commons

To help contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), Trinity Commons will be closed to the congregation until May 4, 2020. While Brown Bag is suspended for now, we are working on packing to-go bags for pick-up at the Trinity Church Security Booth at 75 Broadway in the next week. In addition, Trinity is sending food to several partner organizations to help low-income families and seniors. We are continuing to explore other ways we can support our neighbors in this time of crisis and will communicate those efforts to you at a later date.

For questions or requests regarding our Brown Bag Ministry or Outreach, please email and a member of the team will connect with you.

76 Trinity Place, New York, NY

Opening 2020


Trinity Commons thoughtfully and actively engages people on the issues of our time by providing opportunities for holistic exploration and growth. This warm and inviting space offers a haven and resources for New Yorkers to reach their potential so all of NYC can thrive.

Trinity Commons is housed at the headquarters, and heart and soul, of Trinity Church Wall Street, occupying the first five floors of the 26-story high-rise at 76 Trinity Place, nestled behind the church.

As a spiritual extension of the church, Trinity Commons is a resource for the community—a safe welcoming space with high-quality programs for residents and visitors of all ages and backgrounds.

Trinity Commons

Trinity Commons has a variety of spaces to meet the needs of our community:

  • Full-court gymnasium
  • Teaching kitchen
  • Art and dance studios
  • Over a dozen private meeting rooms
  • A large hall for weddings, conferences, and other special events
  • Dedicated space for teens

In our inaugural year, Trinity Commons will host a variety of activities and events, including movie nights, fitness classes, book talks, family game nights, art workshops, pick-up basketball, academic support for youth, cooking classes, and more. We hope you'll join us once we open!


As Trinity Commons opens to parishioners and we all come together in this new space, we wanted to highlight a few upcoming events and workshops. In addition, Small Group Ministries, including Trinity Knitters, the Movement Choir, Trinity Men, Trinity Youth, and New Beginnings, will begin meeting regularly in Trinity Commons, and our 9:15am family service will move to Parish Hall soon. Get up-to-date information about Small Group Ministries here.

Save the Date

  • Understanding Stress & Self-Regulation through Healing & Compassion, beginning soon online for congregation and staff
  • Mental Health First Aid, beginning soon online for congregation and staff
  • Trinity Commons Public Opening Week, May 6-9, including a ribbon-cutting on May 6, and a series of public-facing events on May 7-9
  • Youth social and academic enrichment programs and activities, beginning in May, including Freestyle Fridays and pick-up basketball
  • Pride Month, daily activities throughout the month of June, including keynote speaker CeCe McDonald, film screenings, and queer prom
  • The Diversity of Men Week, June 15-20, a series of events including a daily social hour hosted by Trinity Men, workshops, panels, and a film screening
  • Fall speaker series, including Come from Away's Kevin Tuerff, Showtime's Alex Wagner, and Yusef Salaam of the Exonerated Five
We welcome your ideas. Please complete this survey to share them.


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See a video rendering of what the building will look like once completed.


Community Conversation

Trinity Church Wall Street invited parishioners, staff, Trinity partners, and members of the Lower Manhattan community to take part in a community conversation about the mission of Trinity and its impact on a new parish building at 76 Trinity Place. The results of that process and the design for 76 Trinity Place were unveiled on October 22, 2016. Learn more about these charettes.