Renewal Works Online Spiritual Life Inventory
Sep
16
to Oct 7

Renewal Works Online Spiritual Life Inventory

Renewal Works is a program that helps a parish think about who it is, who is wants to be, and how to begin moving towards that new place of faith.  From September 16 through October 7, Holy Trinity will be participating in the Renewal Works Spiritual Life Inventory.  Everyone who attends our parish or is any way attached will be encouraged to take an online survey.  On Sunday, September 30, we will have volunteers at church with computers to assist anyone who might like to take the survey online but feels uncomfortable navigating it.  Also, we will have paper copies for the handful of people who prefer that method. 

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Triangle Theatre Presents: "40 Carats"
Sep
22
7:00 PM19:00

Triangle Theatre Presents: "40 Carats"

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Forty Carats is comedy that revolves around a 40-year-old American divorcee who is assisted by a 22-year-old when her car breaks down during a vacation in Greece. Their ensuing romantic interlude changes from a brief encounter to a potentially serious relationship when he turns up on her New York City doorstep to take her 17-year-old daughter on a date.   Admission at the door: $15   Seniors: $10.  Advance tickets may be purchased HERE. A reception follows.  

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What is “spiritual growth” and is it possible for me?
Sep
23
10:00 AM10:00

What is “spiritual growth” and is it possible for me?

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Adult Christian Education at 10 AM in Draesel Hall
As we prepare ourselves to take the Spiritual Life Inventory, through the program called Renewal Works, we will explore what is meant by terms like “spiritual life,” “piety,” or “spirituality,” and discuss our own backgrounds, experiences, and hopes for the future. 

 

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Prayer & Pie: Thérèse of Lisieux
Sep
26
7:00 PM19:00

Prayer & Pie: Thérèse of Lisieux

Devotion with dessert on four Wednesday nights this summer, based on Accidental Theologians: Four Women Who Shaped Christianity (by Elizabeth A. Dreyer, 2014).  Feel free to read along with us, or simply join us for a summary and discussion. Or just come for the pie. Prayer & Pie follows the regular Wednesday schedule of 6 PM Evening Prayer & 6:15 PM Holy Eucharist. 

Wednesday,  June 27, 7 PM: Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179), Theology of the Holy Spirit

Wednesday, July 18, 7 PM: Catherine of Siena (1347-1380, Theology of Incarnation

Wednesday, August 29, 7 PM: Teresa of Avila (1515-1582), Theology of the Human Person

Wednesday, September 26, 7 PM: Thérèse of Lisieux (1873-1897), Theology of the Cross

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Discussion of the book, "Finding our Way Again"
Oct
7
10:00 AM10:00

Discussion of the book, "Finding our Way Again"

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Join us at 10 AM in Draesel Hall for a discussion of the book, Finding our Way Again:  The Return of the Ancient Practices by Brian D. McLaren.

The book can be ordered online here.

Many are beginning to explore the ancient Christian spiritual practices, such as fixed-hour prayer, fasting and sincere observance of the Sabbath. What is causing this hunger for deeper spirituality? Brian McLaren guides us on this quest for an explanation of these spiritual practices, many of which go all the way back to Abraham and the establishment of Israel. In the midst of contemporary Christianity, we discover the beauty of these disciplines and the transformation through Christ that each can provide.

 

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Sultan and the Saint: a Film encouraging Interfaith Conversation
Oct
13
6:30 PM18:30

Sultan and the Saint: a Film encouraging Interfaith Conversation

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Reception 6:30 pm to 7 pm
Film at 7 pm
Discussion follows.
The event is free of charge.

The Sultan and the Saint tells one of the great, lost stories from history. Set in a past period of East-West conflict, it speaks with urgency to our present. Two men of faith, one an itinerant Christian preacher (St. Francis of Assisi), the other the ruler of a Muslim Empire (Sultan Malik al-Kamil), bucked a century of war, distrust, and insidious propaganda in a search for mutual respect and common ground.

 
 

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Discussion of the book, "Finding our Way Again"
Oct
21
10:00 AM10:00

Discussion of the book, "Finding our Way Again"

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Join us at 10 AM in Draesel Hall for a discussion of the book, Finding our Way Again:  The Return of the Ancient Practices by Brian D. McLaren.

The book can be ordered online here.

Many are beginning to explore the ancient Christian spiritual practices, such as fixed-hour prayer, fasting and sincere observance of the Sabbath. What is causing this hunger for deeper spirituality? Brian McLaren guides us on this quest for an explanation of these spiritual practices, many of which go all the way back to Abraham and the establishment of Israel. In the midst of contemporary Christianity, we discover the beauty of these disciplines and the transformation through Christ that each can provide.

 

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Discussion of the book, "Finding our Way Again"
Oct
28
10:00 AM10:00

Discussion of the book, "Finding our Way Again"

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Join us at 10 AM in Draesel Hall for a discussion of the book, Finding our Way Again:  The Return of the Ancient Practices by Brian D. McLaren.

The book can be ordered online here.

Many are beginning to explore the ancient Christian spiritual practices, such as fixed-hour prayer, fasting and sincere observance of the Sabbath. What is causing this hunger for deeper spirituality? Brian McLaren guides us on this quest for an explanation of these spiritual practices, many of which go all the way back to Abraham and the establishment of Israel. In the midst of contemporary Christianity, we discover the beauty of these disciplines and the transformation through Christ that each can provide.

 

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Bible Study: Paul's Letter to the Galatians
Nov
4
10:00 AM10:00

Bible Study: Paul's Letter to the Galatians

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Join us on Sunday morning at 10 AM for a Bible Study on Paul’s Letter to the Galatians

Galatians stands as an eloquent and vigorous apologetic for the essential New Testament message that people are justified by faith in Jesus Christ—by nothing less and nothing more—and that we are sanctified not by legalistic works but by the obedience that comes from faith in God’s work for us, in us and through us by the grace and power of Christ and the Holy Spirit.  Galatians is sometimes referred to as “Luther’s book,” because Martin Luther relied so strongly on this letter in all his preaching, teaching and writing against the prevailing theology of his day.  

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Bible Study: Paul's Letter to the Galatians
Nov
11
10:00 AM10:00

Bible Study: Paul's Letter to the Galatians

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Join us on Sunday morning at 10 AM for a Bible Study on Paul’s Letter to the Galatians

Galatians stands as an eloquent and vigorous apologetic for the essential New Testament message that people are justified by faith in Jesus Christ—by nothing less and nothing more—and that we are sanctified not by legalistic works but by the obedience that comes from faith in God’s work for us, in us and through us by the grace and power of Christ and the Holy Spirit.  Galatians is sometimes referred to as “Luther’s book,” because Martin Luther relied so strongly on this letter in all his preaching, teaching and writing against the prevailing theology of his day.  

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Bible Study: Paul's Letter to the Galatians
Nov
18
10:00 AM10:00

Bible Study: Paul's Letter to the Galatians

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Join us on Sunday morning at 10 AM for a Bible Study on Paul’s Letter to the Galatians

Galatians stands as an eloquent and vigorous apologetic for the essential New Testament message that people are justified by faith in Jesus Christ—by nothing less and nothing more—and that we are sanctified not by legalistic works but by the obedience that comes from faith in God’s work for us, in us and through us by the grace and power of Christ and the Holy Spirit.  Galatians is sometimes referred to as “Luther’s book,” because Martin Luther relied so strongly on this letter in all his preaching, teaching and writing against the prevailing theology of his day.  

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Bible Study: Paul's Letter to the Galatians
Nov
25
10:00 AM10:00

Bible Study: Paul's Letter to the Galatians

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Join us on Sunday morning at 10 AM for a Bible Study on Paul’s Letter to the Galatians

Galatians stands as an eloquent and vigorous apologetic for the essential New Testament message that people are justified by faith in Jesus Christ—by nothing less and nothing more—and that we are sanctified not by legalistic works but by the obedience that comes from faith in God’s work for us, in us and through us by the grace and power of Christ and the Holy Spirit.  Galatians is sometimes referred to as “Luther’s book,” because Martin Luther relied so strongly on this letter in all his preaching, teaching and writing against the prevailing theology of his day.  

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Mary in our Music
Dec
1
9:00 AM09:00

Mary in our Music

"Mary in Our Music" will be an Advent Quiet Day that invites us to sing for joy with the Blessed Virgin Mary this season as we look forward to the celebration of the birth of Jesus at Christmas.  Led by the Director of Music, Cleveland Kersh, and the Rector, Father John Beddingfield, our morning will be made up of music, prayer, exploration of scripture and theology, and singing (as we revisit some familiar chants and hymns and also learn some new ones.)  Singers, listeners, and everyone in-between are welcome.  

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Visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Dec
2
10:00 AM10:00

Visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary

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Join us on Sunday morning in Advent for
Now We See Her, Now We Don't: Visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Over the ages, people around the world have believed that the Virgin Mary appeared to them, often with specific messages. Famous appearances that remain pilgrimage sites include Fátima, Lourdes, and Medjugorje. Of particular significance to Anglicans are the traditions around Walsingham (Norfolk, England), Yankalilla (South Australia), and increasingly, Guadalupe (Mexico). During Advent we will explore beliefs around the Virgin Mary’s appearance and what these beliefs mean for people today and ask how and where Mary may appear in our lives. 

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Visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Dec
9
10:00 AM10:00

Visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary

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Join us on Sunday morning in Advent for
Now We See Her, Now We Don't: Visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Over the ages, people around the world have believed that the Virgin Mary appeared to them, often with specific messages. Famous appearances that remain pilgrimage sites include Fátima, Lourdes, and Medjugorje. Of particular significance to Anglicans are the traditions around Walsingham (Norfolk, England), Yankalilla (South Australia), and increasingly, Guadalupe (Mexico). During Advent we will explore beliefs around the Virgin Mary’s appearance and what these beliefs mean for people today and ask how and where Mary may appear in our lives. 

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Visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Dec
16
10:00 AM10:00

Visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary

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Join us on Sunday morning in Advent for
Now We See Her, Now We Don't: Visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Over the ages, people around the world have believed that the Virgin Mary appeared to them, often with specific messages. Famous appearances that remain pilgrimage sites include Fátima, Lourdes, and Medjugorje. Of particular significance to Anglicans are the traditions around Walsingham (Norfolk, England), Yankalilla (South Australia), and increasingly, Guadalupe (Mexico). During Advent we will explore beliefs around the Virgin Mary’s appearance and what these beliefs mean for people today and ask how and where Mary may appear in our lives. 

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Visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Dec
23
10:00 AM10:00

Visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary

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Join us on Sunday morning in Advent for
Now We See Her, Now We Don't: Visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Over the ages, people around the world have believed that the Virgin Mary appeared to them, often with specific messages. Famous appearances that remain pilgrimage sites include Fátima, Lourdes, and Medjugorje. Of particular significance to Anglicans are the traditions around Walsingham (Norfolk, England), Yankalilla (South Australia), and increasingly, Guadalupe (Mexico). During Advent we will explore beliefs around the Virgin Mary’s appearance and what these beliefs mean for people today and ask how and where Mary may appear in our lives. 

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Triangle Theatre Presents: "40 Carats"
Sep
21
7:00 PM19:00

Triangle Theatre Presents: "40 Carats"

Forty Carats is comedy that revolves around a 40-year-old American divorcee who is assisted by a 22-year-old when her car breaks down during a vacation in Greece. Their ensuing romantic interlude changes from a brief encounter to a potentially serious relationship when he turns up on her New York City doorstep to take her 17-year-old daughter on a date.   Admission at the door: $15   Seniors: $10.  Advance tickets may be purchased HERE.   A reception follows.  

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What is “spiritual growth” and is it possible for me?
Sep
16
10:00 AM10:00

What is “spiritual growth” and is it possible for me?

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Adult Christian Education at 10 AM in Draesel Hall
As we prepare ourselves to take the Spiritual Life Inventory, through the program called Renewal Works, we will explore what is meant by terms like “spiritual life,” “piety,” or “spirituality,” and discuss our own backgrounds, experiences, and hopes for the future. 

 

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Prayer & Pie: Teresa of Avila
Aug
29
7:00 PM19:00

Prayer & Pie: Teresa of Avila

Devotion with dessert on four Wednesday nights this summer, based on Accidental Theologians: Four Women Who Shaped Christianity (by Elizabeth A. Dreyer, 2014).  Feel free to read along with us, or simply join us for a summary and discussion. Or just come for the pie. Prayer & Pie follows the regular Wednesday schedule of 6 PM Evening Prayer & 6:15 PM Holy Eucharist. 

Wednesday,  June 27, 7 PM: Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179), Theology of the Holy Spirit

Wednesday, July 18, 7 PM: Catherine of Siena (1347-1380, Theology of Incarnation

Wednesday, August 29, 7 PM: Teresa of Avila (1515-1582), Theology of the Human Person

Wednesday, September 26, 7 PM: Thérèse of Lisieux (1873-1897), Theology of the Cross

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Prayer & Pie: Catherine of Siena
Jul
18
7:00 PM19:00

Prayer & Pie: Catherine of Siena

Devotion with dessert on four Wednesday nights this summer, based on Accidental Theologians: Four Women Who Shaped Christianity (by Elizabeth A. Dreyer, 2014).  Feel free to read along with us, or simply join us for a summary and discussion. Or just come for the pie. Prayer & Pie follows the regular Wednesday schedule of 6 PM Evening Prayer & 6:15 PM Holy Eucharist. 

Wednesday,  June 27, 7 PM: Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179), Theology of the Holy Spirit

Wednesday, July 18, 7 PM: Catherine of Siena (1347-1380, Theology of Incarnation

Wednesday, August 29, 7 PM: Teresa of Avila (1515-1582), Theology of the Human Person

Wednesday, September 26, 7 PM: Thérèse of Lisieux (1873-1897), Theology of the Cross

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Prayer & Pie: Hildegard of Bingen
Jun
27
7:00 PM19:00

Prayer & Pie: Hildegard of Bingen

Devotion with dessert on four Wednesday nights this summer, based on Accidental Theologians: Four Women Who Shaped Christianity (by Elizabeth A. Dreyer, 2014).  Feel free to read along with us, or simply join us for a summary and discussion. Or just come for the pie. Prayer & Pie follows the regular Wednesday schedule of 6 PM Evening Prayer & 6:15 PM Holy Eucharist. 

Wednesday,  June 27, 7 PM: Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179), Theology of the Holy Spirit

Wednesday, July 18, 7 PM: Catherine of Siena (1347-1380, Theology of Incarnation

Wednesday, August 29, 7 PM: Teresa of Avila (1515-1582), Theology of the Human Person

Wednesday, September 26, 7 PM: Thérèse of Lisieux (1873-1897), Theology of the Cross

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Triangle Theatre Presents: "She Stoops to Conquer"
Jun
9
7:00 PM19:00

Triangle Theatre Presents: "She Stoops to Conquer"

A satire of the sentimental comedies of the day that has entertained audiences since 1773. A young lady poses as a serving girl to win the heart of a young gentleman too shy to court ladies of his own class. Many delightful deceits, hilarious turns of plot must be played out before the play concludes happily.  Admission at the door: $15   Seniors: $10.  A reception follows.  

Advance tickets may be purchased HERE

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Triangle Theatre Presents: "She Stoops to Conquer"
Jun
8
7:00 PM19:00

Triangle Theatre Presents: "She Stoops to Conquer"

A satire of the sentimental comedies of the day that has entertained audiences since 1773. A young lady poses as a serving girl to win the heart of a young gentleman too shy to court ladies of his own class. Many delightful deceits, hilarious turns of plot must be played out before the play concludes happily.  Admission at the door: $15   Seniors: $10.  A reception follows.  

Advance tickets may be purchased HERE

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Music of Bernstein & Sondheim
May
26
6:00 PM18:00

Music of Bernstein & Sondheim

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Friends of Music of The Church of the Holy Trinity celebrates its spring fundraising with an informal evening of music from Bernstein and Sondheim, offered by members and friends of the Holy Trinity Choir.   We invite all to contribute something towards the Friends of Music Campaign (and if one has not already donated, a $20 donation is suggested at the door.)

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Festival Organ Concert
May
18
7:30 PM19:30

Festival Organ Concert

Join us for a Festival Organ Concert to celebrate the 30th anniversary of our 3-manual, 55-rank Rieger pipe organ.  In addition to current Director of Music Cleveland Kersh, our program will include former organists Anthony Newman, Stephen Hamilton, and Daniel Beckwith. Music to be performed include works by Mozart, Daquin, Bach, Newman, Franck, Messiaen, Alain, Bairstow, Locklair, and de Grigny.  Cost is $25.00

ORDER TICKETS HERE

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The Blessing of an Icon
May
6
11:00 AM11:00

The Blessing of an Icon

As part of the 11 AM Choral Eucharist on the Sixth Sunday of Easter, a new icon will be blessed and hung in the Memorial Chapel.

All Souls Memorial Episcopal Church, in Washington, DC, commissioned an icon to celebrate the ministry of Father Beddingfield as he announced his departure in order to serve as Rector of The Church of the Holy Trinity.  Honoring Father's John's work on the St. Francis windows at All Souls and his own dedication to Francis, the parish commissioned Mr. Zachary J. Roesemann to develop a "Franciscan icon."  

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MayFair
May
5
8:00 AM08:00

MayFair

Join us for a day of activities for children, live music, food, crafts and other items for sale.  Do yoga with us, try Zumba, or learn about emergency preparedness.  Come inside the church and take a tour of the stained glass windows or attend a pipe organ demonstration.  For more information on participating or renting a vender table call Erlinda Brent at 212-289-4100 x 201. 

Saturday, May 5:
Yoga (in the church) at Noon
Tours of the Church at 1:30PM, 2:30PM, 3:30PM and 4:30PM

Sunday, May 6
Tours of the Church at 12:30PM, 1:30PM, 2:30PM, and 3:30PM

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HTNC Fundraiser with Whiskey Tasting
Apr
12
7:00 PM19:00

HTNC Fundraiser with Whiskey Tasting

Paired with tasty morsels, great company, conversation, and a bagpiper on the front steps, this evening is one of the favorite fundraising and community-building events of Holy Trinity Neighborhood Center.   The event takes place in the Holy Trinity Rectory, a French Gothic landmark built in 1899 giving (with the church) by Serena Rhinelander and designed by J. Stewart Barney. Tickets are $100 in advance and $125 at the door, though capacity is limited. Purchase tickets or make a donation HERE.

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Holy Saturday: Easter Eve
Mar
31
8:00 PM20:00

Holy Saturday: Easter Eve

Easter Vigil
Though the word "vigil," in popular usage, sometimes means a sad waiting period, the Easter Vigil or Paschal Vigil is anything but sad.  Through scripture readings, prayers, and music, we recall God's loving acts through salvation history.  We renew our Baptismal Vows, and celebrate the first Eucharist of Easter. 

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Good Friday (Evening)
Mar
30
7:00 PM19:00

Good Friday (Evening)

7 PM: Good Friday Liturgy
This service includes The Passion of the Lord (the account of Jesus's trial and crucifixion from the Gospel of John), music, prayers, sermon, Veneration of the Cross, and Holy Communion from the Reserved Sacrament. 

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Good Friday (Noon to 3 PM
Mar
30
12:00 PM12:00

Good Friday (Noon to 3 PM

Reflections on the Way of the Cross & Veneration of the Cross
Feel free to come and go, as your schedule allows during the Three Great Hours.  Though the traditional Fourteen Stations of the Cross are throughout the church during Lent, this service will reflect on each Station with prayers, hymns, and a short reflection offered by one of several preachers. After the Fourteenth Station, the congregation will be invited to venerate the cross, in gratitude that through the Cross of Christ, we are freed from sin and death and led to eternal life.   (This midday service does not include Holy Communion.)

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Maundy Thursday
Mar
29
7:00 PM19:00

Maundy Thursday

7 PM: Maundy Thursday Liturgy
"Maundy" is an English, shortened word from the Latin, "mandatum," referring to the "mandate" Jesus gives to his disciples (and us): "I give you a new commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you, says the Lord" (John 13:14).  Jesus said this as he washed his disciples' feet just before they celebrated the Passover meal.  In remembrance, we invite all those who feel comfortable to wash the feet of another (though if this is not your practice or piety, you should not feel pressured to come forward.) After the Washing of Feet, the service continues with the Celebration of the Holy Eucharist and after Communion, the Reserved Sacrament is transferred to the Memorial Chapel, and the church is stripped of all decoration and ornament.

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Wednesday in Holy Week: Tenebrae
Mar
28
7:00 PM19:00

Wednesday in Holy Week: Tenebrae

Wednesday in Holy Week
7 PM Service of Tenebrae

"Tenebrae" is from the Latin for "shadows," and is the name of this traditional service of readings and prayers. As the service proceeds, candles are extinguished until the church is in darkness, remembering the disciples' desertion of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane and also foreshadowing the darkness of the clouds at the Crucifixion. Tenebrae at Holy Trinity is a simply and spare service, the only music being a final chanting of a psalm. 

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The Sunday of the Passion: Palm Sunday
Mar
25
8:00 AM08:00

The Sunday of the Passion: Palm Sunday

Services for Palm Sunday
In remembrance of Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem, we bless palms and recall how people looked forward to his new reign.  Then the mood shifts, as we read the Passion of St. Mark (the account of Jesus' arrest, trial, and crucifixion).  We draw strength and hope from the Celebration of Holy Communion, as we enter Holy Week.

8 AM: Blessing of Palms & Said Eucharist

11 AM: Blessing of Palms, Indoor Procession, & Choral Eucharist

6 PM: Blessing of Palms & Informal Eucharist

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Triangle Theatre Presents
Mar
10
7:00 PM19:00

Triangle Theatre Presents

A Scene and Monologue Evening

Featuring students from the Triangle Theatre Acting Class
Claudia Terry, Teacherz

Nicolas Arino, Leona Fredericks, Mary Jane Gocher
Kristin Hardwick, Mona-Louise Hyre
Ashley Shepherd, Larry Weitzman, Anna Zoeller

Draesel Hall in St. Christopher's Mission House
316 E 88th Street (to the immediate west of the main church)
$10 Suggested donation;  Reception follows!!

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Parish Retreat at Holy Cross Monastery
Mar
9
to Mar 11

Parish Retreat at Holy Cross Monastery

The Church of the Holy Trinity has fifteen spaces for parishioners and friends to be together in retreat at Holy Cross Monastery, in West Park, New York.  The cost is $150, payable to The Church of the Holy Trinity. (Some financial assistance is available.) To reserve your spot or ask questions, contact the rector at jfbeddingfield@holytrinity-nyc.org  or 212-289-4100 x 204 for more information. 

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Film to Raise Friends, Funds, & Consciousness
Mar
3
6:00 PM18:00

Film to Raise Friends, Funds, & Consciousness

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HTNC (Holy Trinity Neighborhood Center) invites you to a screening of "A Place at the Table," a film which shows us how hunger poses serious economic, social and cultural implications for our nation, and that it could be solved once and for all, if the American public decides — as they have in the past — that making healthy food available and affordable is in the best interest of us all.  Suggested donation ($20) or anything you care to give.  All proceeds will go to the HTNC food programs. 

6:00 PM Reception
6:30 PM Film
8:00 PM Panel discussion

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Lenten Quiet Day (at The Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Times Square)
Feb
17
9:30 AM09:30

Lenten Quiet Day (at The Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Times Square)

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Join parishioners from both churches as well as friends from the diocese for a Lenten Quiet Day (a mini-retreat) led by the Rev. John F. Beddingfield, rector of Holy Trinity. The Quiet Day will be hosted by The Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Times Square.  “Saint Bonaventure’s Tree of Life is a meditation on the life of Christ imagined as a tree with branches and fruits, growth and produce. We will discuss the text, explore images of the Tree of Life, and look for practical implications for our own spiritual growth. To RSVP, please email jrsmith@stmvnyc.org

The tentative schedule for the day is as follows:
9:30 AM Gathering. Light refreshments will be provided
10:00 AM First Address
11:00 AM Second Address
12:00–12:40 PM Noonday Prayer and Eucharist
12:50–1:45 Lunch
2:00 PM Third Address
3:00 PM Final Prayers and Farewell.

Lunch will be provided. A $10.00 free-will offering is most welcome.

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"The Gospel of John": One-man performance
Feb
16
7:00 PM19:00

"The Gospel of John": One-man performance

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Actor Ken Jennings offers his adaptation of The Gospel according to St. John.  The performance is offered in Draesel Hall of St. Christopher's House, the large building to the immediate west of the church.  This event lasts about 90 minutes and has no intermission.  A reception follows.  Admission is free.

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Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper & Talent Show
Feb
13
6:00 PM18:00

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper & Talent Show

Join us to celebrate Mardi Gras ("Fat Tuesday") as we enjoy a simple supper and then enjoy one another in our annual talent show of parishioners and friends.  If you have an act, a poem, a song, or a reading you'd like to share, contact Erlinda Brent in the parish office. Suggested dinner contribution: $5 per person/ $10 per family. 

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Newcomers' Brunch
Feb
4
12:30 PM12:30

Newcomers' Brunch

Are you new to The Church of the Holy Trinity?  Please come and join other newcomers and some veteran members for an informal brunch at the Rectory around 12:15 PM (after the 11 AM Choral Eucharist.)  If you'd like to join us, please RSVP to ebrent@holytrinity-nyc.org. 

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Annual Meeting of the Parish
Jan
28
12:30 PM12:30

Annual Meeting of the Parish

The Parish holds its Annual Meeting in order to elect new vestry members and a warden of vestry, elect parish delegates to the 2018 Diocesan Convention, receive the 2018 Parish Budget, and hear reports from key ministry leaders.  Join the celebration of another year in faith.  A simply lunch is provided.   The meeting begins immediately after the conclusion of the 11 AM Choral Eucharist (and we only offer one worship service on Annual Meeting Sunday.)

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