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A child dressed as a sheep during the Christmas pageant at Trinity Church

3 Ways Into Sunday’s Stories for Children: Identity and Epiphany

January 14, 2023

When we ask, “who was Jesus?”, we sometimes wonder about our own identity as followers of Jesus, God’s beloved ones. We reflect on the courage and wisdom that Jesus and the saints possessed to listen to and follow God’s call, even when they were uncertain or afraid.

Baptisms at Trinity Church Wall Street on January 8, 2023

The Welcoming Message of Baptism

January 11, 2023

Trinity Church Wall Street baptized four candidates at the 11:15am Holy Eucharist on Sunday, January 8, 2023.

Father Phil pours water into the baptismal font in Trinity Church

Five Ways Into Sunday’s Scripture: The Cliffhanger of Epiphany

January 5, 2023

Within Isaiah’s imagery lies a blueprint for all of God’s beloveds: to serve God and one another gently, fully, and deeply, rather than with harsh judgement and punishment. We are not only beneficiaries but the progeny of anyone who serves the God of creation with justice and freedom.

2022 Top Ten Videos

Trinity's Top 10 Videos of 2022

December 26, 2022

From stained glass to music concerts, the Rector's Institution, and Trinity Leadership Fellows. Watch or rewatch the top 10 videos for the year 2022 from Trinity Church Wall Street and remember all we have to be thankful for this year together.

A stained-glass image of a lamb

Five Ways Into Sunday’s Scripture: The Interruption of God

December 15, 2022

The annunciation to Joseph reminds us that Christmas is disruptive. Jesus’s arrival in the world and in our lives destabilizes our plans for a perfectly planned life and asks us to accept the interruption of God into time — into the messiness of human life.

A family lights the Advent wreath during the 9am service in Trinity Church

3 Ways Into Sunday’s Stories for Children: Take a Break and Celebrate

December 10, 2022

With children, we might just say that Advent liturgy and practice used to be a serious time to prepare ourselves for Jesus’s arrival in our hearts. However, even then, on the third Sunday of Advent, they took a break and celebrated along with Mary in her anticipation of her baby and of how he would help restore God’s kin-dom — on earth as it is in heaven.