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Wayne Edwards works with children at the Blessing of the Animals, 2022

Meet the Ministry: Wayne Edwards, Program Associate, Children & Families

March 21, 2023

Every Sunday, Trinity’s Children & Families team provides care and peer-grouped Children’s Time classes for up to 45 children, from infants and toddlers to preschoolers through 5th Graders. Working both in the nursery and classrooms and behind the scenes is Wayne Edwards (he/him), who has been assisting the Children & Families team since 2018 and joined as a full-time Program Associate in June 2020.

A Black mother wearing glasses and her hair in a black bob smiles with her two children. One child smiles and leans over with his sippy cup in hand, while the other sits in her lap with a serious expression and points to the left.

Grantee Cohort Spotlight: Women Transitioning from Rikers

March 21, 2023

Since 2020, Trinity Church Wall Street has funded a cohort of organizations working to support women transitioning from Rikers Island. This cohort was developed to prioritize the historically unmet needs of justice-involved women in response to the New York City Council’s vote to close Rikers Island in late 2019.

A smiling and singing child during the 9am service at Trinity Church

3 Ways Into Sunday’s Stories for Children: Superpowers

March 18, 2023 | By Faith Formation & Education

We can wonder about all the ways that Jesus as a shepherd shows us the true power of God: leading from the front to recognize abundance and danger, walking next to us in compassion, and following from behind to be with the stragglers and keep them from getting lost.

A close-up photo of stained glass depicting a white and blue flower with vivid green leaves

Five Ways Into Sunday’s Scripture: Life in Christ

March 16, 2023 | By Faith Formation and Education

Being a disciple today requires prophetic action, discipline, and endurance. True life in Christ includes cultivating a deep desire for the capacity to see as God sees.

A child and adult together during 9am worship at Trinity Church

3 Ways Into Sunday’s Stories for Children: Lenten Pilgrims

March 11, 2023 | By Faith Formation & Education

We can seek God on purpose. And sometimes we encounter Jesus when we’re not expecting it, or when we don’t think we deserve to be welcomed by God. Where, or in whom, might we encounter Jesus this week? Can we know ahead of time? Maybe Jesus will surprise you.

A close-up photo of brightly colored stained glass in Trinity Church, blue, red, warm yellow

Five Ways Into Sunday’s Scripture: Breaking All The Rules

March 9, 2023 | By Faith Formation and Education

When it comes to Good News, it is not who you are, where you come from, or what you’ve done or not done in your life that matters. We can come as we truly are, bringing to God all the pain, joy, and wonder of our lives and our world. In this season of Lent, we are invited to bring to God all that we do not want to be seen or known and we, too, can receive living water. Water that will become in us a spring of water gushing up to eternal life.

Sacristan Daniel Frank lights a candle at the altar to prepare for service in Trinity Church

Meet the Ministry: Daniel Frank, Sacristan

March 8, 2023

Whenever our community gathers for worship, sacristans are present to support the clergy and congregation through both ritual and logistical aspects of prayer and liturgy. Learn more about this essential role in Trinity’s worship services through the eyes of Daniel Frank (he/him), who has served as a Sacristan since 2021.

Members of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church hold the rendering of the new buildings that will be built on St. Luke’s property.

Grantee Spotlight: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

March 7, 2023

St. Luke's Episcopal Church is a cornerstone of the Ballard neighborhood in Seattle, Washington. For over 130 years the church has worshiped in and served Ballard. St. Luke’s is known for a deep commitment to its vision: “to form Beloved Community, which is welcoming and diverse, with Christian worship and service at the heart.”