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Trinity Church

89 Broadway, New York City, NY 10006
+1 212-602-0800
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Worship Service Times at Trinity Church Sundays at 9am: Holy Eucharist Sundays at 11:15am: Holy Eucharist Weekdays at 12:05: Holy Eucharist Find a full schedule of worship services here. About Trinity Church Trinity Church, located at Broadway and Wall Street, is an active Episcopal church with a deep history. In 1697, a little over 70 years after the Dutch settled New York as a trading post known as New Amsterdam, Trinity Church was granted a charter by King William III of England. Since then, Trinity has been an integral part of New York City. Today, Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel (just a few blocks north) are the cornerstones of Trinity Church Wall Street, a growing and vibrant Episcopal community. Worship services are offered in Trinity Church throughout the week, including morning and evening prayer and a noonday Eucharist every weekday. On Sunday, the Trinity community gathers for Holy Eucharist at 9am and 11:15am, which is webcast live. All are invited to attend. Music by Trinity’s renowned choir is integrated into many of the services and free concerts are held throughout the fall and spring. Find a calendar of worship services, concerts, and other events here. The steeple’s 12 change-ringing bells are the only set in the United States; they rotate a full 360 degrees, producing a shimmering, cascading sound in a complex combination of changing tonal patterns. They can be heard on Sundays and special occasions. The present building is the third on the site, consecrated in 1846 and designed by British-born architect Richard Upjohn in the 19th century Gothic Revival style. The first church was lost in New York’s Great Fire of 1776 and the second was demolished in 1839, at Upjohn’s suggestion, after heavy snowfall revealed structural problems. The current building is a registered National Historic Landmark. Visitors to the church can view the decorative bronze doors at the Broadway entrance; see some of the oldest stained glass in the United States; or stop for a moment to pray in the nave or All Saint’s Chapel, located in the northwest corner of the church. Trinity’s churchyard is also open to visitors who wish to see the gravesite of Alexander Hamilton and other historical memorials and monuments, or enjoy a moment of quiet in the midst of busy Lower Manhattan. Free guided tours are offered Monday-Friday at 2pm and Sundays after the 11:15am service. Trinity’s Tour app also provides a virtual guide through Trinity and St. Paul’s Chapel. Free Visitors Guides in five languages are also available in the Church Gift Shop. Visit Trinity Church Open daily 8am – 6pm Worship M-F at 8:15am, 12:05pm, 5:15pm; Sun at 9am, 11:15am Tours M-F at 2pm; Sun after the 11:15am service Trinity Churchyard Daily 8am – Sunset
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89 Broadway, New York City, NY 10006
Financial District
+1 212-602-0800
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This gem of a church is in lower Manhattan. A very nice cemetery has the graves of Alexander Hamilton, John Peter Zenger, Robert Fulton, and Albert Gallatin in it.

Thank MaineGuy777
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nice church just on beginning of Wall street so u cannot miss it. Next to the church is little old cemetery. It would be normal church but in-between modern buildings it make such a big contrast.

Thank RolandNavratil
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A beautiful landmark located on Broadway. The Trinity Church is spectacular both inside and out, between the architecture and the interior. If you are in an introspective mood, stop in for some solitude.

Thank markltennis
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I don't every remember the church and cemetery being open before so I can't say if this is a regular thing or if I have just been there at the wrong time in the past. Either way the cemetery is fascinating. Graves of early settlers...More

Thank Andrew Q
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Dwarfed by it's tall neighbours the church provides an oasis of calm in the busy city. A truly 'old building' in the most modern of cities, the great and the good have worshipped here and it's churchyard is the final resting place of Alexander Hamilton....More

Thank Salty-seadogs
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a pretty & historic church. We weren't able to go inside since we got there just before closing.

Thank TeamHouston2016
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beautiful church in the middle of the city. Caught the tail end of a service and walked through the chapel and cemetery. Very interesting historically. Many grave sites from mid 1700s on, including Alexander Hamilton. It was also nice to see the church members participating...More

Thank photog81
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Trinity Church is an old church that dates back to a much different period in NYC's history. The history of the church is amazing as is the grave yard around the church where many historical figures and founding fathers are buried, including Alexander Hamilton. Definitely...More

Thank Kenneth G
Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

Right in the heart of the financial district, Trinity Church is a testament to a place where history stands still in the middle of a modern city. Alexander Hamilton is buried in the church yard, surrounded by graves dating back to colonial times. It’s a...More

Thank Christine S
Reviewed 10 November 2017

This church located on Broadway and at the end of the Wall Street is probably the richest single parish in the world with assets in billions (they own a lot of land in New York City). So they have rich music program with an annual...More

Thank Anna G
Financial District
At the southernmost tip of Manhattan, the Financial
District is where New York City began as a center of
commerce. Today, the historic streets and beautiful
setting are complemented by museums, countless
skyscrapers, and the heart of the Financial District,
home to Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange.
Catch the Staten Island Ferry for an unbeatable view
of the skyline and Statue of Liberty, or sail to Ellis
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