September 6, 2022
Trinity Movement Choir will present its first in-person performance in almost three years on September 22, 2022 with the sacred dance called "Humankind."
Trinity Unveils A New Season of Music: From Bach and Messiah to Celebrations of Foss and Crumb and a New Jazz Series
August 31, 2022
Trinity Church Wall Street is delighted to announce the upcoming fall music season, which will include the return of Bach at One, performances by NOVUS NY, and Handel’s Messiah, alongside a new jazz concert series and dynamic collaborations.
Trinity and Jazz House Kids Announce Launch of Free Educational Programming and Concerts to Benefit Young Musicians and Jazz Audiences in Lower Manhattan
August 10, 2022
Trinity Church Wall Street has announced a new collaboration with Jazz House Kids, a preeminent arts education and performance organization in Montclair, NJ, to provide free, professional jazz education for children, as well as a series of free jazz concerts for the public at its historic downtown churches.
August 6, 2022
Last Sunday, we heard a parable about wasting treasures. In that case, the treasure was lots of extra grain. We also mentioned intangible treasures — things that aren’t objects, things you can’t touch or see or own, things like friendship, memories, talent, beauty, joy, and kindness. What can we do to value those kinds of treasures?
July 30, 2022
Knowing what is enough can be the greatest gift that parents, and faith, can teach children and seekers. Our riches, or “treasure,” aren’t only about things that are tangible. And knowing what is enough is not about self-denial or capacity limits, because Jesus taught and showed us that God’s kin-dom on earth as it is in heaven is one of abundance, not of scarcity — and there is enough for all.
July 28, 2022
A story about the history of the east-facing bronze doors at the main entrance to Trinity Church Wall Street.
July 23, 2022
Jesus’s disciples already knew how to pray. But after spending time with Jesus, they were thinking about God and God’s kin-dom differently than before. So Jesus taught them the words that we now call The Lord’s Prayer.
July 21, 2022
With the generous support of Trinity Church Wall Street, Episcopal Relief & Development and its implementing partners provided food, medical care, and emotional support to households in hard-to-reach communities in the Sud, Nippes, and Grand'Anse departments of Haiti and are investing in strengthening community disaster response and resilience to weather future shocks.
July 15, 2022
A description and explanation of the north-facing Astor Memorial Doors at Trinity Church Wall Street
July 14, 2022
People think about and learn from the story of Mary and Martha in many different ways, at many different times. That is true of almost all of the Bible. Some people think this Gospel story is about a “right” or “wrong” way to follow Jesus. Like most things, there are different ways and different times for us to follow Jesus. And it’s never the same way for everyone every time.