Trinity Church Wall Street invites all who are seeking solace around the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks to join us for A Time and Space for Remembrance and Healing from Friday evening, Sep. 10, to Sunday evening, Sep. 12. In 2001, St. Paul’s Chapel, part of Trinity Church Wall Street, served as a relief mission for recovery workers at Ground Zero for nearly a year after the buildings fell.
(Note times are EST, so 3 hours earlier here on the west coast.)
Following a service at Trinity Church on Friday, Sep. 10 at 8pm, St. Paul’s Chapel will be open to all those who are seeking a place to pray, reflect, mourn, or simply sit with their memories. Clergy from the Episcopal Diocese of New York will be present to offer support and prayers, and from 7am-7pm on Saturday, brief musical interludes and readings will be offered on the hour.
The Episcopal Church’s Assistance to Haiti
In the face of the devestation in Haiti, we appeal to you to support relief efforts through the good work of Episcopal Relief & Development. For more information and to donate click here –
Our Presiding Bishop: A Word to the Church – Who Shall We Be? (A Response to January 6th Riots.)
As we learn how to adjust our lives given the reality of the coronavirus and the request to do our part to slow its spread by practicing social distancing, I invite you to join me each week to take a moment to cultivate a ‘habit of grace.’ A new meditation will be posted each week. These meditations can be watched at any time.