Parish Center

The Trinity Parish Center, located at 56 Trinity Place, is a meeting place for the Trinity congregation and local community. The Parish Center is open to the public Monday through Friday (see hours below) for those who wish to use the computers and free WiFi or to enjoy a quiet place to eat lunch or socialize with neighbors.

After engaging in a year- long series of conversations with its worshipping community, Lower Manhattan neighbors, and interested stakeholders, Trinity is building a vibrant new building that will offer a wide range of ministries, spaces, and services for the multiple communities it serves. The Parish Center is currently an incubator of new neighborhood programs with an eye toward this new building. A few of these include the Girls Who Code Afterschool program, offering computer coding skills in partnership with Leadership High School; Resource Connections to connect community members in need to service programs from 1-3PM on Wednesdays, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Counseling from 3pm-4pm on Fridays; and New York City Dept. of Homeless Services (DHS) pilot programs.

Trinity invites you to drop in to get to know our staff and our services:

Main Desk:

Program Manager
Jennifer Chinn

Program Associate for the Parish Center
Terrell Moody

Sunday Coverage and Special Events
Chanel Andrews

Open Hours*
Monday through Friday: 12pm-3pm
Sunday: 8am-4pm

Please note: the Parish Center is closed on December 25 and January 1.

*Open Hours are subject to change due to special events and new programming. Please feel free to call our Main Desk at 212.602.9694 for information on open hours for a particular day.

The Lina Lowry Library
Located in the Parish Center’s Large Conference Room, the library is named in memory of beloved parishioner Lina Lowry. All members of the parish may borrow books from the library, which include religious and sacramental works, biographies and autobiographies, ancient and modern texts, children’s books, and much more. 

Hours: 12-3pm, Monday, Tuesday, and Friday