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The Holy Impulse to Love

April 19, 2024 | By The Faith Formation Team

There’s a fearlessness that comes from being in relationship with God, suggests Trinity’s Faith Formation team. “And it’s in this mysterious, mutual knowing we find not only ourselves, but the freedom to love others as God loves us.”

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It's National Volunteer Week! Here's How You Can Get Involved

April 18, 2024

National Volunteer Week recognizes the impact of volunteer service and the power of volunteers to tackle society’s greatest challenges, build stronger communities, and be a force that transforms the world. We at Trinity believe volunteering is one of the best ways to put our faith in action.

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The Power of Indestructible Hope

April 12, 2024 | By The Faith Formation Team

Christian hope is not an invitation to ignore reality, turn away from suffering, and passively wait for things to get better. Instead, deep trust in God’s goodness gives us the courage to create a better world today — a world in which fear does not have the last say.

Trinity Leadership Fellows 2023 Cohort

Announcing the 2024 Trinity Leadership Fellows Cohort

April 10, 2024

Trinity Church Wall Street is thrilled to announce the next cohort of the Trinity Leadership Fellows program. These 24 professional and faith leaders were selected from more than 1,700 applicants, spanning various faith traditions and vocations.

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Father Phil: Supporting Ukraine Is a Moral Imperative

April 10, 2024 | By The Rev. Phillip A. Jackson

The Rev. Phil Jackson, Trinity‘s Rector, urges House lawmakers — Democrats and Republicans — to provide aid to Ukraine: “We have a moral duty to pick up the mantle of leadership and a moral responsibility to assist the people of Ukraine in their desperate struggle against Vladimir Putin’s Russia.“

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Doubting God Is Not at Odds With Faith — It’s Part of It

April 5, 2024 | By The Faith Formation Team

When the disciple Thomas can’t believe news of the resurrection, Jesus doesn’t condemn his doubts but “tenderly shows up for Thomas in the way Thomas needs,” writes Trinity’s Faith Formation team. God doesn’t condemn our doubts either — and instead shows up for us, and meets our needs, through the love we have for one another.

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Can We See God? Mary Magdalene Shows Us How

March 29, 2024 | By The Faith Formation Team

When Mary Magdalene encounters the risen Jesus in the garden that first Easter morning, she recognizes him because he calls her by name. May we open our hearts to experience God in our own lives this Easter — and remember we are loved, called, and forgiven.

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Scripture Reflection: How Love Defies Expectation

March 22, 2024 | By The Faith Formation Team

What kind of king do we expect to see in Jesus? It’s a good question for Holy Week, suggests Trinity’s Faith Formation team, a time when our expectations are upended and salvation looks different than we’d imagined.

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Scripture Reflection: What We Gain by Letting Go

March 15, 2024 | By The Faith Formation Team

What does it mean to follow Jesus’s example and lay down our lives? Trinity’s Faith Formation team suggests “it’s in letting go of power, the endless work of protecting ourselves at the expense of others, that we find true freedom — our deepest wants and needs met in community.”