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Five Ways Into Sunday’s Scripture: The Choice to Love

October 26, 2023 | By Faith Formation and Education

Looking over the past few weeks’ Gospel readings, Kathryn Carroll, Program Manager, Children and Family Formation, suggests “if we remove what sounds to our ears as treachery or snark, the conversation becomes deeply philosophical and filled with longing,” leading us to ponder the divinity of Jesus, humanity, and ourselves.

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Housing Tech: Opportunities for Innovation & Advocacy

October 24, 2023 | By Stephanie Chrispin

On October 19, 2023, Trinity hosted a half-day symposium for advocates, organizers, and technologists to discuss and share innovations, strategies, and outcomes at the intersection of housing justice and technology.

Who Keeps the Keeper program participants sit in a circle in group discussion at the Trinity Retreat Center.
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Self-Care as Social Justice

October 23, 2023 | By Cheavanese Diedrick

Trinity partnered with its grantee The BREATHE Collective to launch Who Keeps the Keeper (WKTK), a nine-month program designed to help combat burnout and exhaustion and promote self-care and healing for our Keepers, those working tirelessly on the front lines of our movement for equity, justice, and safety.

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Five Ways Into Sunday’s Scripture: All Belongs to God

October 19, 2023 | By Faith Formation and Education

God made the world and created us in God’s image. We, in turn, have created political structures and currency — which can be used for good or not. But Jesus tells us we must always put God first, in every decision we make, in how we use our resources and the resources of the earth.

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Five Ways Into Sunday’s Scripture: Connected to the Mind of Christ

October 12, 2023 | By Faith Formation and Education

“The idea of unity is not just some pie-in-the-sky idea that sounds nice on paper,” writes Summerlee Staten. “For [the Apostle] Paul, unity in Christ is a metaphysical reality that has the power to transform the world.”

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Uplifting Indigenous Voices, Today and Every Day

October 9, 2023 | By Summerlee Staten

This fall at Trinity Church, we’re hosting a variety of faith formation programs that welcome and uplift Indigenous voices. Today on Indigenous Peoples’ Day, and every day in the life of our parish, we elevate Indigenous stories, experiences, and spiritualities — and celebrate the prismatic ways they inform and enrich The Episcopal Church and our communal faith.

September 27, 2023, Mental Health Symposium
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Housing Reform Is Mental Healthcare

October 9, 2023 | By Jessica Athens

People without homes live in greater peril of poor mental health, and a steep rise in homelessness in New York City is exacerbating that danger. Trinity Church Wall Street’s fourth symposium on mental health on September 27 focused on this intersection between homelessness and mental health crises.

The Rev. Phil Jackson
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Welcoming the Stranger: A Letter from Fr. Phil

October 5, 2023 | By The Rev. Phillip A. Jackson

The Rev. Phil Jackson, Trinity‘s Rector, reflects on Trinity’s commitment to caring for our neighbors, no matter where they’ve come from or how long they’ve been here.

Trinity Leadership Fellows 2023 - class instruction on community organizing by Brad R. Fulton
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To Lead, You Need to Listen, Love, and Serve

October 2, 2023 | By Rob Garris

The second class of Trinity Leadership Fellows gathered in early September — coming together from Argentina, the United Kingdom, several countries in Africa, and across the United States —to start their journey as faith leaders called to serve their communities, congregations, and God.