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Episcopal Explained: Good Friday
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Good Friday: Recognizing the Vulnerable

March 31, 2021

Good Friday is the most solemn date on the Church calendar, reminding us of the crucifixion of Jesus and the vulnerability to cruelty that can still be seen today.

Tenebrae hearse candleholder arranged in a triangle, with 15 taper candles and the nave of Trinity Church in the background.
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Holy Week in the Shadows

March 26, 2021

Tenebrae is a Holy Week liturgy that, notably, has no direct connection to the scriptural accounts of Jesus' final days in Jerusalem.

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Discovery: Psalms for the Wilderness

February 21, 2021

The season of Lent leads us through changing, and sometimes challenging, spiritual landscapes. Through the close examination of several beautiful and...

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The Future of New York City: A Conversation with Errol Louis

February 13, 2021

Get ready for the upcoming NYC elections by joining the Rev. Phillip Jackson as he talks with Errol Louis, political analyst and host of New York 1’s “Inside City Hall,” as they consider the pressing issues facing the city.

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Truth, Then Reconciliation

June 11, 2020

Sheila Walker, a black woman, and Chester Johnson, a white man, are both Arkansas natives, born in the same decade, with family ties to a race massacre that killed more than a hundred African Americans a century ago.

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Episcopal Explained: The Day of Pentecost

May 28, 2020

The 50th and final day of Eastertide, the birthday of the Church, the start of the longest season of the liturgical calendar, in the British tradition Whitsunday—all are ways to describe The Day of Pentecost.

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Taken Up: The Meaning of Ascension Day

May 15, 2020

Ascension Day, which comes forty days into Eastertide, is a major feast of the Church with historic significance for the parishioners of Trinity Church Wall Street.