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A parishioner bows in prayer in Trinity Church

Scripture Reflection: Fully Embracing God’s Love

February 16, 2024 | By The Faith Formation Team

Looking ahead to Sunday’s scripture readings, Trinity’s Faith Formation team considers what it means to fully embrace God’s love, even when it leads us down unexpected and sometimes uncomfortable paths: “Who knows where God will send us — beloved and driven by the Spirit — to help heal our broken world?”

Lenten meditation 2024

Lenten Meditations 2024

February 13, 2024

Every year, Trinity parishioners, clergy, and staff offer a book of meditations based on the lectionary readings to accompany us through the season of Lent. Some are written reflections, others are paintings or photographs. All are insightful, meditative, and a gift from the parish to the reader.

A 15th-century Greek icon depicting Jesus's transfiguration

Down from the Mountaintop

February 9, 2024 | By Summerlee Staten

”This is how mountaintop experiences — epiphanies and revelations that open our minds to new realities — change us,” writes Summerlee Staten, reflecting on Jesus's transfiguration. ”We come to understand the mystery of God in a new way, and by comparison the miracles we experienced before seem ordinary.”

The Rev. Phil Jackson, Rector of Trinity Church Wall Street

Love in Action: Trinity Giving Tops $61M

February 5, 2024 | By The Rev. Phillip A. Jackson

The Rev. Phil Jackson, Trinity‘s Rector, reflects on Trinity’s increased charitable giving and our commitment to putting love into action by meeting needs in our Lower Manhattan community.

Two priests talk to one another while seated at a table.

Investing in Our People: Trinity Philanthropies in 2023

January 31, 2024 | By Bea de la Torre

Over the past year, Trinity Church Wall Street has continued to increase our philanthropic support for work that advances equity and justice. We have nearly quadrupled our annual giving since 2019—from $16 million to $61 million—and in 2023 we distributed $37.7 million in grants to 205 organizations that advance our efforts to build organizational capacity, care for our community, and bring people together. 

Trinity partnered with CUNY to host a symposium concentrating on the needs of students, especially housing and food support.

University of Hope: Powering CUNY’s Engine of Economic Mobility

January 26, 2024

On November 8, Trinity Church Wall Street joined forces with Robin Hood and the Carroll and Milton Petrie Foundation to convene a symposium of 150 funders, policymakers, and CUNY stakeholders. Together, we learned how public college students across the country are persevering through barriers beyond their control, homed in on how CUNY is caring for its own in New York City, and explored potential solutions.

Martin Luther King Jr. in the offices of the National Cathedral in Washington DC

The Radical Freedom of Being Known by God

January 12, 2024 | By Summerlee Staten

“Being deeply known by God is connected to radical freedom,” writes Summerlee Staten. As the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. shows us, it’s precisely this freedom from fear that enables us to take action in the world toward widening justice and “whole-hearted liberty for all.”