When the novel coronavirus pandemic began in March 2020, Trinity Church Wall Street was in the final stages of an almost two-year rejuvenation project to enhance the overall worship experience, make spaces accessible and welcoming, upgrade technology and infrastructure, and address deferred maintenance.
In order to halt the spread of COVID-19, Trinity ended all public worship Thursday, March 12. Online-only Holy Eucharist is live-streamed at trinitywallstreet.org six days a week, on Sunday at 11:15am and Monday through Friday at 12:05pm. You can also watch these services and sermons on-demand.
Trinity Church, St. Paul’s Chapel, and all of Trinity’s buildings will remain closed until further notice. Trinity’s Chapel of All Saints had already closed in February for its own period of rejuvenation.
During this period of “social distancing,” in addition to the six weekly celebrations of Holy Eucharist, the parish also offers a robust schedule of prayer, Bible study, spiritual practices, self-care opportunities, and community-building events in which you can participate online as you remain safe in your home.
Trinity will continue to share content related to the rejuvenation, including video and photography from Colin Winterbottom, who documented the project for two years. This material will include historical information about Trinity’s 324 years as a neighbor to Lower Manhattan in New York City.
Trinity looks forward to the day when we can reopen to the public for worship, fellowship, and community gatherings. At that time, we plan to resume our longtime custom of offering tours of Trinity’s buildings and grounds.
Stained Glass at Trinity Church
Trinity Church Wall Street received and installed a new stained-glass window in 2022, created by the renowned British stained-glass artist Thomas Denny.
Learn more about the Rejuvenation with these videos and articles
Making Trinity's New Pipe Organ: Medieval Technology in the 21st Century
December 17, 2022
A video describing the manufacture of Trinity Church Wall Street's new pipe organ for the Chapel of All Saints.
Trinity's New Window on Broadway: A Parable in Stained Glass
November 17, 2022
Thomas Denny describes the stained-glass window he created based on the Parable of the Talents.
Eight Thousand Pipes: A Pipe Organ Update
August 19, 2022
Trinity's new pipe organs include the Noack organ in St. Paul’s Chapel; a pipe organ built by Richards Fowkes & Co. for the Chapel of All Saints; and the grandest of them all, an eight-thousand pipe instrument manufactured in Germany, in Trinity Church.
Stained Glass in All Saints Chapel: Widening the Circle of Saints
August 12, 2022
In part two of her series on stained glass at Trinity Church Wall Street, Dr. Susan Ward explores the evolving theology demonstrated by the stained glass in the Chapel of All Saints.
A Stained-Glass Tour of Trinity Church
August 5, 2022
Susan Ward, art professor, Vestry member, and parishioner of Trinity Church Wall Street, leads a tour of the stained glass in the nave of Trinity Church.
Trinity's New Stained-Glass Window
May 30, 2022
Trinity Church Wall Street will install a new stained-glass window, designed by artist Thomas Denny, in the autumn of 2022.
Rejuvenation: The Hidden Windows of Trinity Church
July 8, 2021 | By James Melchiorre with Colin Winterbottom
A look at some of the windows of the historic Trinity Church building on Wall Street that have been hidden for many decades.
Details of the Astor Reredos
November 27, 2020 | By James Melchiorre
Check the details of the Astor Reredos.
Rejuvenating Trinity's South Churchyard
November 12, 2020
Fewer people are walking along Broadway in Lower Manhattan since the pandemic, but those who are passing by probably have noticed lots of activity in the south churchyard of Trinity Church Wall Street. The work is part of Trinity's rejuvenation project.
Watch: Rejuvenating Trinity's South Churchyard
November 12, 2020
Rejuvenation at Trinity's South Churchyard