The diversity of music and the arts at Trinity Church Wall Street is expressed through individuals who contribute their talents throughout the community.
The Congregational Arts Committee
The purpose of this committee is to celebrate our community's artistic gifts, as novices and accomplished artists. We participate together in classes, dance, theater, poetry, and other events, providing theological insights on spiritual, social, and moral issues.
Chairperson: Karla Chee-a-tow
Upcoming Congregational Arts Events
Art Groups at Trinity
A music ministry program at Trinity Church Wall Street, active since 2010, offering performance opportunities, programmatic support, and venues primarily at Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel for artists of all levels ranging from student to professional. To email the group for more information, click the image above.
Chairperson: Deborah Hope
The Trinity Visual Arts Committee mission is to foster community through engaging the congregation in the creative bench arts—ceramics, drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, design, craft—and the new mediums of photography and filmmaking. All are welcome, regardless of skill level, to learn, spend time together, and grow.
Chairperson: Donato Mallano
Lively Arts is an active ministry of theater and poetry. We sponsor an annual public reading of poetry and other writings by Trinity parishioners and community friends. The monthly meeting of Poets Corner improves members’ writing, sometimes toward published work.
The Lively Arts Committee produced two multimedia poetic dramas written and directed by members of the committee, with additional participation by the Movement Choir, Trinity Youth Chorus, or world-famous artists. Central to our work is Core Values-based service to each other and the larger community.
Chairperson: Pam Mosley
Anyone who wishes to worship with movement is invited to join the Trinity Movement Choir, which brings its slow, dreamlike movement style to spiritual and social issues. The group centers on transformation of the dancers and the audience in performances at Trinity, Parliament of the World's Religions, the Chautauqua Institution, Performing the World, the Sheen Center, conferences of the international Sacred Dance Guild and much more.
Chairperson: Marilyn Green