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Family Service

April 18, 2021

You are invited to a joyful, warm, welcoming, and engaging 30-minute Episcopal church service designed specifically for children of all ages. The...

Kimberly Bryant

Trinity Commons Speaker Series with Kimberly Bryant

April 15, 2021

Kimberly Bryant is the founder of Black Girls CODE, a non-profit organization dedicated to “changing the face of technology” by introducing girls of color (ages 7-17) to the field of technology and computer science.


Palms and Passion

March 25, 2021

Palm Sunday, which Christians mark as the start of the holiest week of their church calendar, is a feast with a dual identity.

Thomas Little looks directly into screen. He is wearing a white shirt.

“Still Coping” with Lags in Medicaid Coverage, Access to Medicine

March 12, 2021

Even before the pandemic, Thomas Little had trouble transitioning his healthcare when he returned home post-incarceration: “They don’t give you no medical coverage, they don’t tell you what doctors to go to. Nothing. So if you don’t have it in advance, you have a serious problem.”

Still of Lanetta Hill smiling into camera. She is wearing a pink sweater.

We Need Coordinated Services & Compassion

February 26, 2021

Lanetta Hill knows firsthand the challenges our neighbors encounter when trying to find safe and stable housing after incarceration. Learn how you can advocate for our justice-involved neighbors to sustain a place they can call home.


Trinity Commons Speaker Series with Judith Jamison

February 18, 2021

Choreographer, dancer, and living legend Judith Jamison has dedicated her life to telling stories and history through dance in New York City and all over the world. Learn about the importance of representation in the arts, honoring and preserving the past through dance, and the courage dance offers us in this challenging time.


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.


Knowledge Bites: Supporting Mental Health in Times of Social Distancing

February 12, 2021

Personal interaction is an essential part of the human experience, and the lack thereof during the COVID-19 pandemic has been detrimental for many. This talk touches on some of the ways COVID-19 has affected mental health, stress management, and tips for seeking assistance.