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Young Clergy Connect, Learn in Manhattan

About 70 young Episcopal clergy and seminarians gathered in New York on May 9 and 10 to learn from the Presiding Bishop, seven serving bishops, and other senior leaders about their common calling.

A Double-Bottom-Line in Eswatini

Providing safe and affordable student housing facilitates access to higher education for girls.

ARCHIVES: V-E Day: Rejoicing, Reconsecration, Work

In two issues in May, 1945, The Living Church reported extensively on joyful and solemn observances of V-E Day throughout the Episcopal Church, including at a Milwaukee war products factory. An Episcopal army chaplain also reported on a burial service he conducted the same day for 200 concentration camp victims in Ludwigslust, Germany.  

Episcopal Groups Join Suit Against Border Wall

The Diocese of Western Massachusetts and the Diocese of Long Island filed friend of the court briefs in a suit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union.

Film and Race at Trinity Wall Street

Trinity Church Wall Street will host “Scene & Unseen: Facing Race Through Film,” Feb. 8-9 at St. Paul’s Chapel.

Panel Discussion: New York Bail

St. Paul’s Chapel of Trinity Church Wall Street will host a discussion Jan. 31 about reforms to New York’s parole system.

‘Change-makers’ for Trinity Church Wall Street

New staff members at Trinity Wall Street will focus on racial justice and housing for the homeless.

Two-year, $98 Million Rejuvenation

Trinity Church Wall Street has begun a two-year, $98 million rejuvenation project by closing its nave and beginning repairs and renovations.

26 Stories at 74 Trinity Place

Trinity Church Wall Street unveils its plans for a new building in New York City’s Financial District.


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