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SOUL SEEKERS: INTERPRETING THE ICON
Opening reception Thursday, May 10, 2012 - 6-8pm
May 11 - June 30, 2012
9am-5pm Mon-Fri; 9am-3:45pm Sat; 12:30-3:45pm Sun
Closed during mid-day services (11:45am-12:45pm)
Trinity Museum Looks at Today’s Iconography
Iconography has been an integral element of the human quest for spiritual fulfillment for thousands of years. Typically depicting aspects of the life of Christ, the saints, and the heavenly realm, what constitutes iconography today is open to interpretation. There are infinite choices in terms of public and private examples of the iconic, running the gamut from traditional emblems to ubiquitous pop culture branding.
From May 11 to June 30, 2012, Trinity Museum, inside Trinity Church (Broadway at Wall Street), presents Soul Seekers: Interpreting the Icon, an eclectic and surprising collection of sculpture, painting, photography, film and text. Karen Azoulay's funereal and elegiac photographic images reference art historical symbolism while evoking a deeply contemplative atmosphere; Matthew Dayler's embracing fighters challenge the perception of intimacy and highlight the figure as a timeless cultural motif; and Jeffrey Mongrain's subtle expressions of human frailty and spiritual symbolism captivate with an understated, emotive power. In addition, works by Pavel Antonov, Jordan Eagles, Alex Frost, Moses Hoskins, Darren Jones, Kara L. Rooney, and Aida Sehovic will be displayed.
Opening reception: Thursday, May 10, 2012 - 6-8pm.
Hours: Sunday through Saturday. Times vary. Admission is free.
This exhibit is presented by Trinity Wall Street Music and the Arts, Trinity Congregational Arts & Phenomena Project.
Trinity Church, founded by Royal Charter of England in 1697, will be a large-screen viewing location for the wedding of HRH Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton. Trinity welcomes one and all from its Lower Manhattan neighborhood and beyond as it celebrates the royal wedding and the parish’s centuries-old ties to England and the worldwide Anglican Communion.
Bob Marley: Celebrating The Life Of A Natural Mystic Sunday, May 8 at 1:00 pm and Wednesday, May 11 at 7:00 pm
A two-part class series exploring the life, times, music, and theology of Bob Marley
on the 30th anniversary of his death
109 Greenwich Street (rear of 74 Trinity Place), Lower Manhattan
International reggae star Bob Marley is widely recognized as one of the most important figures in 20th century music. As the 30th anniversary of Marley’s death approaches, The Rev. Mark Bozzuti-Jones of Trinity Wall Street offers two free classes on May 8 (1 pm) and May 11 (7 pm) that explore Marley’s life, music and spiritual philosophy at Charlotte’s Place, 109 Greenwich Street (rear of 74 Trinity Place) in Lower Manhattan. Bozzuti-Jones, who grew up in Jamaica, often shares the inspiration he takes from the Jamaican musician with the parish. In a January sermon, he described the song “Ambush in the Night” in the light of the angels and dreams of Matthew’s Gospel. Bozzuti-Jones will be blogging about his favorite Marley songs, including “We Will be Forever Loving Jah,” “ Buffalo Soldier,” “Bad Card,” “ Natural Mystic” and “Ambush in the Night” beginning on April 25 at http://www.trinitywallstreet.org/news/blogs/the-fullness.
Sunday, May 8 at 1:00 pm
Bob Marley’s Mysticism: What Christians Can Learn
A personal look at how Marley’s life, music, and theology inspired an Episcopal priest. This class will hear stories, see pictures, and hear music from a Jamaican upbringing, and discuss highlights from a new blog series of “Top 10” Marley moments. Key points will include how inspiration for a life of faith can come from unexpected sources, and thoughts on what it means to be a mystic.
Wednesday May 11 at 7:00 pm
Bob Marley and Scripture
The Bible influenced Bob Marley in thought, word, and action. Taking specific examples both from songs and Marley’s experience as a Jamaican revolutionary and Pan-Africanist, this class will suggest how the music might influence our reading of Scripture, and our lives as a result. A reggae dance party follows.
Bob Marley: Celebrating The Life Of A Natural Mystic
Marking the 30th anniversary of his death, The Rev. Mark Bozzuti-Jones of Trinity Wall Street shares the inspiration he takes from the late, great reggae star Bob Marley in two classes: “Bob Marley’s Mysticism: What Christians Can Learn” (May 8) and “Bob Marley and Scripture” (May 11). A reggae dance party follows on May 11.
17 DAYS FESTIVAL AT TRINITY WALL STREET Thursday, June 2, 2011 – Sunday, June 19, 2011
Trinity Wall Street celebrates the 165th anniversary of the consecration of its neo-Gothic church building in 1846 with its 17 Days Festival. Beginning with Ascension Day on June 2nd and ending with Trinity Sunday on June 19th, everyone is invited to come to Trinity Church, St. Paul’s Chapel and Charlotte’s Place to be inspired by worship, classes, music, art, community events and family fun, volunteering, and more.
Truly there is something for everyone. A selection of the events follows. Admission is free, unless noted otherwise. For general information, call 212-602-0800 or visit www.trinitywallstreet.org.
Ascension Day Celebration Thursday, June 2, 2011 from 1:00pm- 2:30pm
Trinity Churchyard, Broadway at Wall Street
Trinity celebrates the Feast of the Ascension, the day that the Trinity Church building was consecrated in 1846. The Rt. Rev. Michael Curry, Bishop of North Carolina preaches. Following the Ascension Day service, the celebration continues with live music, lemonade, and cookies in the churchyard.
The Gospel, Times, Journal, and You Sunday, June 5, 2011 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Trinity Church offices, 74 Trinity Place, 2nd Fl Seminar Room
A discussion group, lead by the Rev. Mark Francisco Bozzuti-Jones, that reads the editorial pages of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the assigned gospel for the day. Bring your life experiences, your political insights, an open heart and mind and let us see where the culture, politics and news meet the gospel.
Our Better Angels: Preparing for the 10th Anniversary Commemoration of 9/11 Monday, June 6, 2011 from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
St. Paul’s Chapel, Broadway and Fulton Street
As we approach the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Trinity will welcome Jewish, Christian, and Muslim leaders to discuss our respective traditions' resources for responding to tragedy, mourning, and healing. This program is a partnership with the Jewish Theological Seminary and Union Theological Seminary and part of a series of public forums that began on Memorial Day 2011. At each session we will hear from all three of the religious traditions on the given topic, followed by open discussion and a theme-appropriate musical offering curated by internationally celebrated pianist, Simone Dinnerstein. The event is free, but tickets are required. For more information, visit www.trinitywallstreet.org, email ourbetterangels911@gmail or call 917-310-4923.
Concert at One: TENET, A Feast for the Senses Thursday, June 9, 2011 from 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Trinity Church, Broadway at Wall Street
One of New York's preeminent vocal ensembles with a repertoire that spans medieval to new music, under artistic director Jolle Greenleaf, TENET presents virtuosic programs sung one voice to a part by distinguished soloists, who are equally at home in a group setting.
Using Social Media for a World of Good Sunday, June 12, 2011 from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Charlotte’s Place, 109 Greenwich Street between Rector and Carlisle Streets
Imagine the possibilities for bringing about a better world through this new power to bring people together. On Pentecost Sunday, join parish members for an experiential seminar exploring the world of electronic social media. No previous knowledge or experience is required… just bring your curiosity and interest in taking the next step toward a good future. Computers will be available. The workshop is free; advance registration is suggested. To register, contact Jennifer Chinn at 212-602-0661 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Out of Many, One: A Community Art Project” Tuesday, June 14 from 12:00 - 8:00 pm
Trinity Wall Street and artist Muriel Stockdale invite the community to contribute cloth for a 12-foot-wide flag commemorating the 10th anniversary of 9/11, to be completed in August. In the evening, a wine and cheese party will follow where Stockdale discusses “E Pluribus,” her United States flag series.
Family Friday Pizza and Movie Night Friday, June 17, 2011 from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Charlotte’s Place, 109 Greenwich Street between Rector and Carlisle Streets
It's Friday night…you made it through the week… the kids are hungry…you're too tired to cook… Come have free pizza and watch The Red Balloon with other families.
Spa for the Soul – Planting Seeds: Calling Forth Mystery Saturday, June 18, 2011 from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Trinity Church, 74 Trinity Place (offices) and Trinity Churchyard
Sister Miriam Therese MacGillis, OP, founder of Genesis Farm, will lead us into the story of the Universe, Earth, life, human life, and the planting of seeds as a single sacred story with deep possibilities for healing our endangered planet. In the afternoon, Kevin Currie, Trinity's gardener-florist-groundskeeper will lead us outside to plant flowers in beautiful Trinity churchyard. Registration fee is $25 and includes lunch. To register, contact the Faith Formation & Education Office at ChristianFormation@trinitywallstreet.org or call 1-800-457-0224.
Trinity Sunday Parish Picnic Sunday, June 19, 2011 from 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Trinity Churchyard, Broadway at Wall Street (12:30 pm- 3:00 pm)
After the 11:15am service, the congregation celebrates Trinity Sunday with a barbeque in the churchyard. There will be music, face painting, and food.
Concert: Noye's Fludde
Trinity Church, Broadway at Wall Street Sunday, June 19, 2011 from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Noye's Fludde (Noah's Flood), a congregational opera by Benjamin Britten, tells the story of Noah and the ark and features the singing of the Trinity Youth Chorus and music of the ISO Trinity Florentine Youth Orchestra, with help from the Trinity Choir and the Family Choir. The audience participates throughout the performance. Conducted by Julian Wachner, Director of Music and the Arts.
FAMILY FRIDAY PIZZA & MOVIE NIGHT May 20, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Family Fridays happen every third Friday: June 17, July 15, August 19, and September 16.
at Charlotte’s Place
109 Greenwich Street (rear of 74 Trinity Place), between Rector and Carlisle Streets
Free and open to all Information: 212-602-0800
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs Friday, September 16 from 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Trinity Wall Street continues its series of free family movie and pizza nights at Charlotte’s Place, a new gathering space operated by Trinity, with Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, the third installment of the popular animated comedy/action series.
9/11 Exhibit at the Trinity Museum
Trinity Museum inside Trinity Church, Broadway at Wall Street
Artifacts from the eight-month-long 9/11 ministry that took place at St. Paul's Chapel will be displayed in the exhibit “A Church for the New World: The History of Trinity Church and St. Paul's Chapel.” Starting September 1, 2011
Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm (closed during the 12:05 service)
Saturday & Sunday, 9:00 am- 3:45 pm
September 11 Remembrances September 6 - September 11
As it did a decade ago, Trinity Wall Street, Lower Manhattan’s three-centuries-old Episcopal parish, will open its doors in September to all seeking spiritual refuge. The parish will honor the memory of those so tragically lost, and mark the unparalleled efforts of the first responders, recovery workers and volunteer community with community observances offering contemplation, solace and the embrace of a hopeful future. The theme “Remember to Love” will inform the week of reflection and remembrance.
In the aftermath of 9/11, Trinity Church and St. Paul’s became sanctuaries for those seeking consolation after the destruction of the Twin Towers. Located directly across from the World Trade Center, St. Paul’s Chapel was shielded from falling debris by a sycamore tree, whose roots are immortalized as a ten-foot-tall bronze sculpture in the south yard of Trinity Church. For eight months after the attacks, “the little chapel that stood” was home to an extraordinary volunteer relief effort, becoming a place of renewal and inspiration for Ground Zero’s physically and spiritually weary. For more information call 212-602-0800 or visit http://www.trinitywallstreet.org/911.
Tie a Ribbon of Remembrance
St. Paul’s Chapel, Broadway and Fulton Street Tuesday, September 6 – Sunday, September 11
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
The public will be invited to tie white ribbons—symbols of remembrance—with the words “Remember to Love” on the fence of St. Paul’s Chapel from September 6th through September 11th. Names and prayers may be written on the ribbons. Free and open to all.
Meditation on Lovingkindness
Charlotte’s Place, 109 Greenwich Street, bet Rector and Carlisle Thursday, September 8 at 7:00 pm
Open your heart and calm your mind at a workshop led by Sharon Salzberg. This meditation will focus on remembering to love, cultivating a deep sense of caring for self and for all of creation.
Think of someone you care about or someone who inspires you as you open your heart and calm your mind at a workshop led by Sharon Salzberg on September 8 at 7 pm. This workshop will focus on remembering to love, cultivating a deep sense of caring for self and for all of creation. All are welcome. Free and open to all.
Overnight Vigil with Labyrinth Walk
St. Paul’s Chapel, Broadway and Fulton Street September 10 at 6:00 pm - September 11 at 5:00 am
St. Paul's Chapel will stay open for an All Night Vigil of informal prayer, meditation, and labyrinth walks. Vigil keepers and labyrinth facilitators will be in attendance. There is no formal program or worship service.
A labyrinth walk is a symbolic pilgrimage, a cathartic act that leads to salvation, enlightenment or consolation. Beginning on the evening of September 10th and continuing until dawn on September 11th, St. Paul's Chapel will remain open for an All Night Vigil of informal prayer, meditation and labyrinth walks. Vigil keepers and labyrinth facilitators will be in attendance. All are welcome. Free and open to all.
Trinity Church: Broadway at Wall Street
St. Paul’s Chapel: Broadway at Fulton
Charlotte’s Place: 109 Greenwich Street between Rector and Carlisle Streets Sunday, September 11
Ringing of the Bell of Hope
Unveiling and Blessing of “Out of Many, One” Flag
Service Honoring First Responders, Recovery Workers and Volunteers
Interfaith Ringing of the Bell of Hope
Holy Eucharist at St. Paul’s Chapel (7:30 am)
The Most Rev. Dr. Katharine Jefferts Schori, Presiding Bishop, will preach and The Rt. Rev. Mark S. Sisk, Bishop of New York will celebrate the Eucharist. The Chapel Singers will sing music by Mollicone.
Ringing of the Bell of Hope at St. Paul’s Chapel (8:46 am)
In remembrance of the victims of September 11, 2001, the Rev. Dr. James H. Cooper, Rector of Trinity Wall Street, will ring the Bell of Hope in the pattern of the four-fives, the firefighters’ salute to the fallen.
Holy Eucharist at Trinity Church (11:15 am)
The Rev. Dr. James H. Cooper, Rector of Trinity Wall Street, will preach. The Trinity Choir will perform works by Howells, Taverner, and Paulus.
Unveiling and Blessing of “Out of Many, One” Flag at Charlotte’s Place (1:00 pm)
A flag commemorating the 10th anniversary of September 11 by artist Muriel Stockdale will be presented. The flag is comprised of pieces of cloth donated by the community that represent their heritage.
Service Honoring First Responders, Recovery Workers and Volunteers (2:30pm)
St. Paul's Chapel will hold a service in honor of the first responders, recovery workers, and 9/11 volunteer community.
Interfaith Ringing of the Bell of Hope at St. Paul’s Chapel (7:14 pm)
Interfaith clergy will ring the Bell of Hope in remembrance of the victims of September 11, 2001.
Compline at St. Paul’s Chapel (8:00 pm)
As September 11 draws to a close, the Trinity Choir will sing the music of Sharpe and Ligeti in a candlelit service based on a centuries-old liturgy used to end the day. Free and open to all
Holiday Caroling and The Trinity Youth Chorus’ Rendition of Benjamin Britten’s Ceremony of Carols Friday, December 15, 2011 at 5:00 pm
The Trinity Youth Chorus performs their annual concert of Benjamin Britten's Ceremony of Carols. After the concert, the Chorus leads the audience in holiday caroling. Melissa Attebury conducts.
St. Paul’s Chapel, Broadway and Fulton Street
Free and open to all
For more information call 212.602.0800 or visit trinitywallstreet.org.
Blessed are the Peacemakers Sundays, February 26 – March 25 from 4:30 - 5:30 pm
A Lenten Tribute Featuring
Storytelling and Jazz Meditations by THEODICY JAZZ COLLECTIVE
Celebrate the lives the lives of men and women of faith and courage with stories, prayers, and jazz meditations by Theodicy Jazz Collective at St. Paul’s Chapel in Lower Manhattan (Broadway at Fulton Street) on Sunday afternoons during Lent. This year’s reflections honor Mahatma Ghandi (02/26), Wangari Maathai (03/04), Martin Luther King, Jr. (03/11), Oscar Romero (03/18) and Nelson Mandela (03/25).
Theodicy Jazz Collective is a group of musicians committed to ministry through the creative, spiritual power of music. The collective has a unique sound influenced by the spirituals and gospel music of the African-American church, as well as progressive jazz and world music.
The Great Vigil of Easter
Saturday, April 7 from 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
St. Paul's ChapelThis symbol-rich liturgy features candlelit readings and storytelling, ancient and modern chants, and the joyful arrival of Easter with festive music, the celebration of Baptism, the first Eucharist of Easter, and a midnight champagne party following
Occupy: The Next Steps Tuesday, May 1 from 2:00 - 5:00 PM
Broadway at Wall Street in Lower Manhattan
Free and open to the public.
212-602-0800 or trinitywallstreet.org
A Teach-in at Trinity Wall Street Featuring Author Joyce Carol Oates, Psychiatrist Robert Jay Lifton, Professor James W. Jones, Historian Blanche Wiesen Cook, Journalist James Carroll, The Rev. Mark Bozzuti-Jones and The Rev. Dr. James H. Cooper
When Occupy Wall Street began in Lower Manhattan last September, no one could have foreseen that it would spark analogous movements throughout the country, in much of Europe, and elsewhere in the world. Occupy is no longer a piece of real estate, but a moral space in the political landscape. It is, perhaps, the most important social movement since the Civil Rights and antiwar movements of the 1950s and 60s. On Tuesday, May 1 from 2-5PM, Trinity Wall Street will hold a teach-in -- part conference, part spiritual renewal, and part rally -- at Trinity Church (Broadway at Wall Street), and tread into this moral terrain. Over three hours, a series of brief talks/sermons/exhortations and musical interludes will seek to inspire and offer leadership ideas for the future of the Occupy movement. Presenters include author Joyce Carol Oates, psychiatrist Robert Jay Lifton, professor James W. Jones, historian Blanche Wiesen Cook, journalist James Carroll, The Rev. Mark Bozzuti-Jones, and The Rev. Dr. James H. Cooper. Additional speakers to be announced. The free event will be webcast on trinitywallstreet.org.
Occupy: The Next Steps – A Teach-In at Trinity Wall Street
Part conference, part spiritual renewal, and part rally, this Occupy-themed teach-in organized by Trinity Wall Street, featuring Joyce Carol Oates, Robert Jay Lifton, James W. Jones, Blanche Wiesen Cook, journalist James Carroll, The Rev. Mark Bozzuti-Jones and The Rev. Dr. James H. Cooper, will seek to inspire and offer leadership ideas for the future of this social justice movement.