Attend in NYC
Conference registration is closed. All are welcome to attend the opening night of the conference free of charge. Please join us for opening worship with the Most Rev. Michael Curry and a keynote address by Jose Antonio Vargas.
Friday, February 2, 2018 | Trinity Church (Broadway at Wall Street)
6:30pm Doors open
7pm Opening Worship
8pm Keynote Address
Pick Your Fee
Pay the full price of $300 or a discounted rate of $100—whichever rate you can afford. Either fee grants complete conference access.
If you can’t afford the lowest rate, email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about scholarships.
Lodging and Eating in NYC
New York is a fun place to travel for a conference – but it can be expensive. Trinity provides you with discounted rates at affordable hotels and referrals to low-cost religious housing. Some meals are provided on Saturday.
The following rooms have been reserved for Trinity Institute:
Marriott New York Downtown
85 West Street
New York, New York 10006
Reservation Line: 1-877-303-0104
Passkey Reservations: https://aws.passkey.com/e/49437110
The room rate is $130.00 per night. When you call, identify yourself as a member of the Trinity Church Room Block.
NOTE: Thursday, January 4, 2018, 11:59 pm, EST is the cut-off date.
W New York – Downtown
123 Washington Street
New York, New York, 10006
Reservation Line: 1-877-WHOTELS or 1-866-961-2860
The room rate is $199.00 per night. When you call, request the W New York Downtown – Trinity Church Room Block.
Note: Tuesday, January 2, 2018, 5 pm, EST is the cut-off date.
Gild Hall Hotel
15 Gold Street at Platt Street
New York, New York, NY 10038
Reservation Line: 1-800-268-0700
The room rate is $179.00 per night. When you call, identify yourself as a member of Trinity Church Wall Street Group.
NOTE: Monday, January 1, 2018, 4 pm, EST is the cut-off date.
History and Attractions
Lower Manhattan, where the Trinity Institute is held at Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel, is an area of New York City rich with history. It’s also the location of the Financial District and 9/11 Memorial and Museum, and many local sights and attractions are free to visit.
If you’d like to prepare before you arrive, you can find information on attractions in Lower Manhattan, as well as maps and information on local restaurants, at downtownny.com.
Here are just a few points of interest within walking distance of Trinity Church:
- 9/11 Memorial and Museum - An outdoor memorial park and a museum commemorating the World Trade Center towers that were destroyed on September 11, 2001. The memorial park is free. Tickets for the museum are required, and we recommend you purchase them online in advance.
- African Burial Ground National Monument – A sacred space in Lower Manhattan where both free and enslaved Africans were buried in the 17th and 18th centuries. Located at 290 Broadway, close to Foley Square and north of City Hall, the museum is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday.
- Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian – A museum dedicated to the diversity of the Native people of the Americas. Located in the beautiful Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House at Bowling Green, a few blocks south of Trinity Church, this museum is free to the public.
- Wall Street – The well-known main street of the Financial District. Once the site of an actual wall that marked the Dutch colony’s northern boundary, the street is now the home of the New York Stock Exchange. Trinity Church is at the head of Wall Street.
- Federal Hall - Site of George Washington’s inauguration as first President of the United States. The building is on Wall Street, east of Trinity Church. Free.
- New York Stock Exchange - A National Historic Landmark building that houses the world’s leading trading floor. The site is across the street from Federal Hall. Free.