November 11th Morning Prayer at 11:00
World War I Centennial Commemoration
On Sunday, November 11, Trinity’s 11:00 Morning Prayer service will commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of the conclusion of World War I. Designed in collaboration with students from the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, the service will incorporate period and contemporary poetry and music, reflecting on the themes of war, peace, death, and life, as well as prayers in use at Trinity in 1918. The Choir of Men and Boys will be joined by students from the Yale School of Music to provide the music for the day. All are welcome to attend, so please bring as many friends as possible as we honor and remember the lives lost and the sacrifices made by both soldiers and civilians.
A Choral Eucharist service will be held on Sunday, November 4, 2018 at Trinity on the Green. Both the Trinity Choir of Men and Girls and the Chapel Singers of the Episcopal Church at Yale will sing at the service.
A comic religious parody of reality shows based on the morality play, The Summoning of Everyman
by Neil Olsen
Trinity Players Supper Theater
November 3, 2018, Doors open at 6:00 pm
$20 for reservations (includes wine), or sponsor the event for $100 and get two tickets. Please reserve now as seating is limited
Trinity Church on the Green, New Haven, Ct.
230 Temple St., New Haven, Ct.
This show is expected to be a sell-out — get your tickets early! Order online now.
Or, email email@example.com, or call Linda Beaconscall (203) 624-3101 ext. 22
If you can’t make the concert but want to donate to Trinity Church’s music programs, hit the Donate Now! button below and enter any value you like in the “Coffee House” fund.
About the play
Everyman’s Isle is a one act 30 minute religious parody of reality television shows based on the classic morality play The Summoning of Everyman.
The play takes place on the set of the reality TV Show “Everyman’s Isle”, as the Producer (God) sends the Critic (Death) to kick the star of the show Everyman off the island (the Earth). Everyman is stunned; he tries to find others who will go to the final corporate audit (the grave and judgment) with him. What follows is both fun and food for thought.
Includes a soup/salad/bread/desert supper and beverages
New Haven is a busy place, but parking is always just a block away from Trinity. The Crown Street parking garage is a block away. There are 194 metered spaces (6 for handicapped) within one block. After 5pm the 2 hour limit is suspended, and parking after 9pm is free: you pay only $1.50 per hour until 9pm. All meters take credit cards or coins. For more help on parking, click here, or on the parking meter image.
Trinity Episcopal Church
corner of Chapel & Temple Streets,
New Haven, CT
Beach Image courtesy of http://maxpixel.freegreatpicture.com/. Skelleton in public domain.
The concert is part of Music4Music series concert to benefit Trinity’s Music program. Tickets are $35 online. Tickets will also be available at the door after 5pm the day of concert for $40. For Seniors and students, tickets are $20 both online and at the door. Front Row Tickets $100.
If you can’t make the concert but want to donate to Trinity Church’s music programs, hit the Donate Now! button below and enter any value you like in the “Music4Music” fund.
BROADWAY STAR DAVID PITTSINGER HEADLINES FAMILY VOICES
Acclaimed concert and stage performer David Pittsinger will headline an evening of Broadway favorites and show tunes in an evening of Family Voices. The event will take place at 7 p.m. September 29 at Trinity Church on the Green, 230 Temple Street (corner Chapel Street) in downtown New Haven.
The event is the 2018-19 season’s premier offering of the Music4Music Concert Series, which benefits Trinity Church’s acclaimed music program. Since 2014 Music4Music has delighted audiences with performances ranging from Baroque music to Broadway to rhythm-and-blues and Bernstein.
The September 29 concert will feature Broadway and Metropolitan Opera star David Pittsinger and family members Patricia Schuman, children Richard and Maria Pittsinger and pianist Eric Trudel. The event will also feature a performance by the Trinity Choir of Men & Boys under the direction of Trinity Music Director R. Walden Moore.
David Pittsinger is a former Trinity choirman who has graduated to a successful career on Broadway and with the Metropolitan Opera. In concert with members of his own family and the Trinity music family, Pittsinger will offer a memorable evening of Broadway and classical offerings as well as beloved show tunes and family favorites.
The program, which will take place in Trinity Church’s 200-year-old Gothic sanctuary on the New Haven Green, will benefit the church’s renowned music program. This includes the Choir of Men & Boys, founded in 1885 and one of the oldest musical ensembles of its kind in the United States.