imageTrinity Wall Street is my home parish, so forgive me some pride. These are but a few statistics for 2010.

  • 1,102,513 Visitors to Trinity in 2010
  • 1,459,500 Visitors to St. Paul’s Chapel, a chapel of Trinity across the street from Ground Zero which served as a center for rescue workers.
  • 10,000 Brown bag lunches given away from the church
  • 4,300 annuals Planted in the Trinity Churchyard: begonias, impatiens, salvia, marigolds, and lobelia
  • 437 Children in Sunday Nursery
  • 30% More pledges made
  • 32,000 Noonday Eucharist Participants (Weekdays)
  • 26,000 Sunday worship attendance at Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel
  • 173,763 Webcasts watched

Pictured: In the sacristy at Trinity Church before the opening Eucharist for Trinity Institute 2010. From left to right:

  • the Rt. Rev. Bernard Ntahoturi, Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Burundi
  • the Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States
  • the Most Rev. and Rt. Hon. Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury
  • the Rt. Rev. Mark Sisk, Bishop of New York
  • the Rev. Dr. James H. Cooper, Rector of Trinity Wall Street
  • the Rev. Canon Anne Mallonee, Vicar of Trinity Wall Street

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