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Woodwork in the Chapel of All Saints in Trinity Church

Five Ways Into Sunday’s Scripture: The Cyclical Nature of Oneness with God

May 26, 2022

Perhaps this story is not simply about God rewarding believers but another of Paul’s (and humanity’s) “conversions” — from hubris to humility, again and again, continuously. Could the cyclical nature of our reunions with the Holy Spirit be the divine oneness we all share? Is this what Jesus pleads for us in the Gospel just before he ascends to be one with God; incarnation to reincarnation, the Alpha and the Omega?

Trinity staff and congregation members march in the 2022 AIDS Walk New York

Pride Returns to Trinity

May 20, 2022

LGBTQ+ communities around the world recognize June as Pride Month. Here at Trinity we celebrate Pride 365 days a year with programming that welcomes and affirms our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) siblings.

Trinity Ambassadors greeting a guest in Trinity Commons

Introducing the Trinity Ambassadors Program

May 20, 2022

“Trinity Commons is the center for our parish life. Since the building is still new and was closed for two years, visitors may be unfamiliar with the building and even feel intimidated when entering it,” said Maggy Laraque, who is leading the program. “The Trinity Ambassador Program was created to help address those concerns.”

Trinity Churchyard in spring

Five Ways Into Sunday’s Scripture: Peace Grounded in God’s Love

May 19, 2022

What Jesus offers is peace grounded in God’s love. It is a peace accessible and present every moment of every day if we choose to ground ourselves in God. We do not seek this peace to make ourselves feel better but rather as a response to our relationship with the Holy One. This relationship propels us to offer our peace-centered love to others.

An exterior shot of Alpha House in Kisumu, Kenya.

Grantee Spotlight: Victoria Inter-Diocesan Investment Company (VIDIC)

May 16, 2022

Working with Trinity, the Victoria Inter-Diocesan Investment Company (VIDIC) paid off the $400,000 balance of a commercial loan while also extending the term of the remaining CCK loan from five years to ten years. Doing so provides more flexibility in accommodating the needs of tenants in response to the economic challenges of the pandemic.