Trinity Church, Wall Street, New York:
Founded in 1697, Trinity church is a vibrant Episcopal parish, where 18 weekly worship services form the heart of its Christian identity. Beyond that, Trinity’s identity is as complex as the world it serves.
For more than 30 years, Trinity Grants has channelled resources both throughout New York City and worldwide.
Four Program Objectives:
Spiritual Formation and Development
Strengthening the Church in the Global South
Strengthening Telecommunications in the Anglican Communion
To Strengthen the Church in New York as a Catalyst for Social Transformation
Trinity Institute is a continuing education program for clergy and laity. Founded to provide theological renewal for clergy in the Episcopal church, the Institute has sponsored an annual National Conference for over 30 years.
During its second decade, the focus of the Institute widened to include the work of theologians of emergent and divergent thought, strongly encouraging the participation of women and minorities. Its programs were increasingly opened to lay people.
Now in its third decade, the Institute has become a think tank exploring pieces of the post-modern puzzle, trying to make sense out of a new epistemological model. Over the past twelve years, the Institute’s conferences have been broadcast over the Episcopal Cathedral Teleconferencing Network (ECTN) to hundreds of downlinks across the United States.
Currently through the advances in technology, conferences are streamed on the Internet.
Trinity Television & New Media:
Produces a wide variety of television programs for broadcast and parish study use.
Spirituality & Health
Winner of the 2001 Folio God Award for Editorial Excellence; Religious/Spiritual Division
Bimonthly print magazine reports on the ideas, the people, and the practices of the current spiritual renaissance. (By subscription)
Spiritual Formation Conferences:
Spiritual Formation Conferences are designed specifically for both lay and ordained parish leaders. These five day conferences will feature provocative keynote speakers, and in-depth workshops offering practical tools for fostering individual and commununal spiritual growth.
Trinity Conference Center:
(For non-profit conferences)
For more information please visit the website.