Come and See at Trinity: Inside and Out

Repeats every week every Sunday until Sun Oct 24 2021.
October 17, 2021
10:00 am to 11:00 am

During our morning formation hour on Sundays, Oct. 17, and Oct. 24 , we invite you to take a closer look ­— inside or out! Programming will repeat on these two Sundays to offer as many as possible a chance to participate in both.

Inside: Located in the lower level of the Parish House, the “Come and See” exhibit uses words, images, and numbers to narrate the history of slavery and the slave economy in New England, highlighting connections to Trinity Church. The exhibit also includes a wall of inspiring icons and artwork depicting the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color who are martyrs and heroes of our faith, from Hebrew Testament times into our own day. We can admit groups of seven for 15 minutes each, and masks are required. Enter the church from the Clarendon Street Vestibule for these Sunday morning visits.  
The “Come and See” exhibit is also open 11 am-3 pm on Thursdays and Fridays, and 12-2 pm on Sundays, with no pre-registration required.  
Outside: During our months of worship on Copley Square, many of us have developed a deeper appreciation for the beauty of the west front, including the complex carvings and iconography of the porch itself. End our season of outdoor worship by taking a guided tour of our exterior, and perhaps notice a few things you may never have seen before. Gather right on the Square in front of the porch at the conclusion of the 9 am Holy Eucharist.