Trinity welcomes families of all kinds into a vibrant and diverse community of faith. Children and families are encouraged to participate in Trinity’s numerous and varied opportunities for worship, education, service, and fellowship.
For information about upcoming events and to experience an easier check in for Sunday morning and other activities, please register here.
Sundays at 9:15am | Parish Hall and Online
A joyful, warm, welcoming, and engaging celebration of the Holy Eucharist designed specifically for children of all ages. The service includes scripture, stories and lessons about faith, communion, and music both traditional and new sung by the Trinity Youth Chorus.
This service is held in the Parish Hall and is streamed live and available for on-demand viewing. If you miss the live stream, check back later; the on-demand video will be posted shortly.
Please note: Entrance for this service begins at the south Broadway gate in front of Trinity Church (gate closest to Broadway and Rector Street). Learn more about in-person worship.
Sundays at 10am | Trinity Commons | Enroll in Children's Programming
Nursery and classes for preschoolers are now offered in person. Register here for streamlined Sunday check-in.
Children and their families are invited to learn and play together on Sundays.
Children 4 and up explore through Godly Play stories.
Also, each week children are invited to pack a supply kit with materials to use while at home. These supplies are free to families.
Please note: For Children's Time (or the 9:15am Family Service) enter Trinity Commons through the Broadway gates and tent, where you'll be directed to the Bridge entrance to Trinity Commons.
To enroll for Children’s Time and other children’s programs at Trinity, and to receive regular communications about children's activities, register here.
Trinity Youth Chorus
The Trinity Youth Chorus brings together talented youth ages 5 to 18 from the five boroughs of New York City. Choristers receive both group and individual training in vocal technique, music theory, sight-reading, and performance skills from a group of dedicated professionals led by Melissa Attebury, Trinity Wall Street's Associate Director of Music and the Arts.
Families are invited to “retreat” to the country to celebrate spring and Eastertide together. We will spend the weekend in times of sabbath and fun, with opportunities for children and families to be together and apart, embracing the ways in which The Peace of Wild Things model for us.
Cost: 50/night per adult; $25/night per child.