Title slides of many of the top ten videos of 2021

Trinity's Top 10 Videos of 2021

In keeping with an end-of-the-year tradition at Trinity Church Wall Street, it’s time to review the most popular videos of the past year as seen on the Trinity website and various social media platforms.

Here’s the Top 10 list, in reverse order.

2021 Top Videos - Number 10

Trinity Salutes Our Own Essential Workers

The list begins with a video released in July, to coincide with New York City’s ticker-tape parade saluting essential workers, some of who are Trinity staff members.

2021 Top Videos - Number 9

The Great Vigil of Easter Sermon "Reclaim, Recall, Retell"

Number 9 takes us back to April and the iconic liturgy known as the Great Vigil of Easter, which begins after sunset on Holy Saturday.

2021 Top Videos - Number 8

"We will always be here.” The Rev. Phil Jackson shares his 9/11 remembrance.

Twenty years have passed since the attacks on the World Trade Center on 9/11 and, as part of the anniversary commemoration, Trinity’s Priest-in-charge, the Rev. Phillip Jackson, shared a personal reflection, the eighth most popular video of the year.

2021 Top Videos - Number 7

Palms and Passion

The next video takes us back to Holy Week in late March when the Rev. Dr. Mark Bozzuti-Jones noted that Palm Sunday is also called Passion Sunday, and meditated on the connection between those two titles.

2021 Top Videos - Number 6

Holy Week in the Shadows

Another Holy Week video placed in the Number 6 position, with the Rev. Michael Bird, Trinity’s Vicar, explaining the office of Tenebrae.

2021 Top Videos - Number 5

Trinity's Family Worship

The fifth most popular video is also the shortest on our list. It’s an invitation to join in family worship in Trinity’s new parish hall.

2021 Top Videos - Number 4

Easter's Message: Death is a Liar

Easter Day is the primary feast of the Christian calendar and the Rev. Phil Jackson’s sermon that day holds the number four position on our list.

2021 Top Videos - Number 3

Comfort at One: Farrah Dupoux

Trinity’s Comfort at One began as a response to the coronavirus pandemic and many of the programs are extremely popular, none more so than a performance last winter by Trinity’s own Farrah Dupoux.

2021 Top Videos - Number 2

In-Person Worship Returns

Trinity resumed in-person worship after more than 400 days on the Day of Pentecost, and the video explaining the safety protocols is in the Number Two position.

2021 Top Videos - Number 1

Sermon by Bishop Michael Curry: "Come, Let Us Go to the Mountain"

Trinity’s Number One video of the year is really no surprise. When the Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church comes to preach, people watch and listen, a lot of people.

Trinity Church Wall Street thanks you for following us on the website and social media throughout the year and, as we enter 2022, we wish you health and hope.