Small Group Ministries

Small group ministries at Trinity Wall Street offer an abundance of activities where parishioners and friends come together for fellowship and to talk, write, eat, and pray (and sometimes knit). Join us as companions on the journey, as we share our stories, finding God in and through each other. For information about joining or facilitating a small group, contact Ellen Andrews at


Current Small Group Ministries

Catch Your Breath: A Spiritual Resource for the Here and Now

Wednesdays, 1pm
Trinity Church, Chapel of All Saints

Stop by for a time of stillness and centering. A brief meditation session will be led by the Rev. Kristin Kaulbach Miles.



Comfort at Christmas

December 2020
St. Paul’s Chapel

A service for those in grief or loss. Not everyone experiences the holidays as a time of joy and cheer. Join us for meditative music, prayer, and a quiet space for comfort and support. Led by Rev. Alfred Loua and Rev. Kristin Miles. Music by Anne Damassa Graff. Refreshments will be served.

Contact: Amiriz Sanchez at


Episcopal Church Women (ECW)

ECW provides all women of Trinity Wall Street opportunities for Christian fellowship within the parish and throughout the diocese.

Contact: Janet MacMillan at 201.915.9814 or


Knitting and Crocheting Fellowship: Trinity Knitters

Are you an experienced knitter, new to the craft, or somewhere in between? Trinity Knitters welcomes you to come knit or crochet items for the housebound, children of incarcerated parents, returning veterans, and others in need. Yarn, needles, and patterns are available to all, and expert instruction is provided for first-timers. Join in the fun and fellowship!



Living with Loss

Loss changes us—what we do and how and why we do it; who we thought we were; and who we might become. This series offers support in the wake of loss.
Facilitated by Francesca Maximé, S.E.P., from the Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute.

Contact: Amiriz Sanchez at


New Beginnings

Thursdays, 10am*

New Beginnings is Trinity's ministry of seniors that meets weekly on Thursday mornings for gentle yoga, Bible study, to attend the noonday service, and help with the distribution of brown bag lunches to needy persons. We also exchange news, sponsor programs and excursions of interest to those 60-years plus and their friends of all ages, and encourage participation in all phases of Trinity life.

Contact: Cynthia Moten at

*New Beginnings is holding Bible study only at 11am while in-person gatherings are suspended; for information on how to join, email Ellen Andrews at



Sundays, 10am
St. Paul's Chapel

Parents are invited to gather for a time of sharing and support. The gathering is facilitated by Julia Kristeller from the Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute.

Contact: Ellen Andrews at


Prayer and Care: Facing the Challenge of This Time

Sundays, 2–3pm

Drop in to connect and be nourished as we reflect on how the day’s Scripture speaks to us. Facilitated by Anahi Galante, seminarian with the Pastoral Care & Community team. Join here or by calling 1.646.992.2010 with access code: 735 980 382.

Contact: Ellen Andrews at


Scripture, Reflection and Compline

Tuesdays, 6-7pm

Trinity Church, Chapel of All Saints

A gathering for spiritual nourishment and fellowship. Feel free to contact with any questions or for more information. The group meets September through June.

Contact: Ellen Andrews at


Trinity Book Club

Trinity Book Club meets weekly to discuss the mysteries of the Christian faith through the medium of literature. Past books have included Spirituality of the Psalms by Walter Brueggemann, Mysteries of Faith by Mark McIntosh, and Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again by Rachel Held Evans.

Current session: Fridays, 6–8pm, April 17–May 29

How can we learn to live with purpose, pay attention, slow down, and revere the world around us? These questions and more will be tackled as Barbara Brown Taylor invites us to question ourselves and our daily lives in her book An Altar in the World: A Geography of Faith. If you’ve wanted to explore these issues in a comfortable group setting, please contact Yunjeong Seol at for more information.


Trinity LGBT Concerns Group

Trinity Wall Street’s LGBT Concerns Group meets monthly and offers a supportive and inclusive environment to discuss the issues, concerns, and roles of LGBT people in a faith-based community. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.



Trinity Men

“As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another” —Proverbs 27:17

The Trinity Men’s group builds fellowship through social events, service opportunities, and breaking bread together. We explore what it means to live a life of faith and all our Core Values in New York City, and support each other in living authentic, impactful, and loving lives.

Meet us for these regularly scheduled events.

Soup, Sandwich, & Spirituality

6:30pm, 4th Thursday of every month, Offsite
Join the Rev. Alfred Loua, Kevin Grant, and other men from Trinity for a light dinner and discussion related to various topics on living a life of faith and service in the city.

Brown Bag Volunteering

12:30pm, 3rd Sunday of every month, St. Paul’s Chapel
Trinity Men gather after the 11:15am service to pack Brown Bag lunches. You’re also invited to stay longer to help set up distribution and serve lunches at 2:15pm.

Core Planning Meetings

6:30pm, 3rd Thursday of every month, Offsite
Join Kevin Grant, the Rev. Alfred Loua and other men from Trinity as they plan ongoing and upcoming events for the men of the church. Refreshments are served.

To RSVP for any of these activities or for more information about the group, email


Weekday Congregation Gathering

Fall and Spring

Do you attend Morning Prayer, Evening Prayer, Evensong, or the 12:05pm weekday service? Come meet and greet others who attend weekday services and enjoy fellowship, food, beverages, and music.

Contact: Amiriz Sanchez at


When a Loved One Struggles: A Support Group

Various times; next series TBD

When we are trying to support a loved one with mental or emotional struggles, its important for us to be supported.  We offer a 6-week support group to provide shared company to help dispel the isolation often felt in caring for loved ones.  The series is facilitated by a professional therapist who is knowledgeable about navigating the challenges that arise.

Contact: Ellen Andrews at



Young Adults Bible Study Series

Sundays, January 12–February 9, 1pm, 76 Trinity Place

What does it mean to follow God’s path? How can we hear God’s voice even in times of wilderness—seasons of change, doubt, and uncertainty? Young adults in their 20s and 30s are invited to join Summerlee Staten for The Bible and the Way, a five-week Bible study series. Through conversation and close readings of Genesis, Exodus, and the Gospel of Mark, we’ll explore how God calls us to transformation through both hardship and the cultivation of joy. Join us for lunch before the study at 12:30pm on January 12 and February 9. Summerlee Staten has a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and a Master of Sacred Theology from Yale Divinity School, and she is the executive assistant to the Rev. Phil Jackson.



Young Adults Group

Second Sunday of the month (September through June)

Check calendar for special events

The Trinity Young Adults Group fosters a welcoming diverse community of adults in their 20s and 30s through social gatherings (including a monthly brunch after church), spiritual fellowship, and volunteer opportunities.