We are a Reconciling In Christ congregation affirming the full participation of our LBGTQIA+ members and neighbors in the life of the church, locally and world-wide.

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We’re glad you found us! Trinity is a growing, diverse, imaginative, justice-seeking community of faith of the ELCA on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

We are delighted to welcome you, wherever you are in your spiritual journey.
Our worship embraces the varied voices that make up our congregation from the very youngest to the oldest and everyone in between. We gather to welcome all as Christ has welcomed us, without reserve or judgment. We enjoy great music of many styles, wonderful preaching, delicious food and caring companionship. We have worship services in English and Spanish every week. We support the full participation of our LGBTQIA+ members in the life of the church locally and world-wide. Our mission statement says that we are “We are TLC for NYC, celebrating diversity, building community, and seeking justice in Jesus’ name."

We invite you to join us in the wild belief that with God and one another we can make a difference. Join us on the sacred journey towards a better church and a better world!

News

  • Dec 16, 2019
    On Christmas morning, Wednesday December 25th, all are welcome to a festive Christmas breakfast served between 9:30am-11am. Following breakfast, we will celebreate Christmas Day worship including a carol-sing and Holy Communion. Come as you are-...
  • Dec 16, 2019
    Christmas Eve is Tuesday, December 24th. We will have two services of worship. 4pm- Our early service at 4pm is espeically for families with young children- but all ages are welcome! This service will include both English and some German.It will...
  • Dec 16, 2019
    Is Christmas feeling a bit blue this year? Have you lost a loved one? Are you suffering from illness, loneliness, unemployment, broken relationships? You are not alone. Come join us for prayers, scripture, and music, as we find that, no matter...
  • Jan 14, 2019
    The words we heard read from the prophet Isaiah have a personal meaning for me. When I first learned of my Jewish family history and traveled to the concentration camp where my grandparents were taken, I walked several miles outside of the camp to a...
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