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What is Palm Sunday?

April 7, 2017 | By Episcopal Explained

An explanation of Palm Sunday, first day of Holy Week in the Christian calendar


Who Was St. Valentine?

February 14, 2017 | By Episcopal Explained

The saint for whom Valentine's Day is named

Churchyard at dusk

Veterans in the Churchyard

November 11, 2016

November 11th commemorates the end of World War I and is a date on which we honor all U.S. veterans who have served and are serving in our country’s military. A walk through Trinity and St. Paul’s churchyards would remind you that many of our country’s earliest veterans are interred right in our parish’s lower Manhattan burial grounds.

Columbia 200 celebration

King's College Cornerstone Laid

August 24, 2016

In August 1756, the cornerstone was laid for King’s College, now known as Columbia University. The new school was built on land granted by Trinity in 1754, but Trinity’s relationship to the school started much earlier than that.

Detail of the board from the Rector's cope

Restoring the Rector's Cope

August 5, 2016

What do you do when your parish’s frontals and vestments begin to show signs of wear and tear? They can be replaced—or repaired.


The Founding Fathers at Trinity

June 30, 2016 | By From the Archives

Many of the founders of the independent United States in the 18th century had connections to Trinity Church Wall Street