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A Time and Space for Remembrance and Healing

Observance of the 20th Anniversary of September 11, 2001


Visit us for place to pray, reflect, mourn, or simply sit with your memories. Clergy from the NY Diocese will be present to offer support and prayers, and from 7am-7pm on Saturday, brief musical interludes and readings will be offered on the hour by Trinity’s staff and community of musicians: Avi Stein, Janet Yieh, and Forrest Eimold, organ; Farrah Dupoux, piano; Melissa Attebury, mezzo-soprano; Melissa Baker, flute; Thomas McCargar, baritone; Julian Wachner; Chris Hemingway, saxophone; and Kendall K. Williams, steel drums.

View the Vigil Program, September 10-12

Art and objects of remembrance from the events of September 11 are available at St. Paul’s Chapel, along with interactive digital exhibits at Visitors may also tie Ribbons of Remembrance to the fences and trees of St. Paul's Chapel to share prayers, names and remembrances on white ribbons and honor loved ones and those who served unselfishly 20 years ago.

Masks and social distancing will be required and capacity limits observed. No reservations are required. All are welcome.

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Observance of the 20th Anniversary of September 11

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Trinity Church Wall Street invites all who are seeking solace around the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks to join us for a Time and Space for Healing and Remembrance, a 48-hour vigil with music at St. Paul's Chapel, as well as worship services and other events and activities in person and online. Pray, reflect, mourn, or simply sit or share your memories with us.