WELCOME TO TRINITY CHURCH
Give light to our eyes, and peace to our hearts.
May Christ find us watching and waiting in joy.
Join Us for Sunday Worship
8am, 9am, 11:15am
The churchyard is home to the gravesite of Alexander Hamilton and other historic memorials and monuments. The present building is the third on the site, consecrated in 1846 and designed by British-born architect Richard Upjohn in the 19th century Gothic Revival style.
St. Paul's Chapel
George Washington prayed here after his inauguration as President in 1789. The chapel also played an important role in supporting the NYC community after 9/11. Located a few blocks north of Trinity Church, it is an active site for worship, music concerts, and community outreach.
A welcoming space with programs for all ages and backgrounds, Trinity Commons hosts a variety of activities and events to enhance the well-being of our congregation and community. Our free programs are currently available online.
Trinity Retreat Center
A refuge of healing, peace, joy, and spiritual formation for all generations, where you can slow down, connect deeply with nature, and go home ready to make an even greater impact on the world.
Uptown Cemetery & Mausoleum
Trinity Church Cemetery and Mausoleum, located uptown in Hamilton Heights, offers the only active community mausoleum in Manhattan. In addition to being a beautiful place to visit, the Mausoleum also serves those with immediate interment needs and those who are planning ahead.
Join Us for Worship Services
No matter where you are in your spiritual journey, you are welcome at Trinity. As Episcopalians, we seek and serve Christ in all people.
Join us in person on Sundays for our 8am, 9am, 11:15am Holy Eucharist, and 8pm Compline by Candlelight. We also offer worship on weekdays at 12:05pm, as well as a new Contemplative Eucharist Wednesdays at 5:30pm. Musical leadership during our services is provided by The Choir of Trinity Wall Street.
Event details, livestreams and on-demand videos can be accessed in our Events Calendar and Video Portal, and service bulletins are available to download on each service's page.
We advocate for social justice, and partner with organizations that share our values and seek to improve the lives of our neighbors.
From Young Adults to Congregational Arts, Trinity Knitters to LGBT Concerns, Trinity Men to Care for Caregivers, we are an active community that supports one another and fosters learning and spiritual growth.
Music at Trinity is a ministry for all who seek cultural enrichment and spiritual renewal. Trinity offers an unparalleled array of free programming by world-class performers, in addition to liturgical music at worship services.
This summer, the Trinity Youth History Fellows worked with teaching artists from Montclair Film to create eleven mini-documentaries featuring the lived experience of longtime members of Trinity Church.
The moving stories in these films show the history of the Church to be one of vibrant human experience. Throughout the 4-week History Fellows project, high school students from all over New York City learned the art of documentary filmmaking from their instructors, including lessons in interviewing, videography, and editing. But even more importantly, they learned to honor and celebrate the stories of God’s love and deep wisdom from those who helped make the Trinity community what it is today.