Meditation on Lovingkindess at Charlotte's Place
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As it did a decade ago, Trinity Wall Street, Lower Manhattan’s three-centuries-old Episcopal parish, will open its doors in September to all seeking spiritual refuge. The parish will honor the memory of those so tragically lost, and mark the unparalleled efforts of the first responders, recovery workers and volunteer community with community observances offering contemplation, solace and the embrace of a hopeful future. The theme “Remember to Love” will inform the week of reflection and remembrance.
Think of someone you care about or someone who inspires you as you open your heart and calm your mind at a workshop led by Sharon Salzberg on September 8 at 7 PM. This workshop will focus on remembering to love, cultivating a deep sense of caring for self and for all of creation. All are welcome.
WHAT: Meditation on Lovingkindness Open your heart and calm your mind at a workshop led by Sharon Salzberg. This meditation will focus on remembering to love, cultivating a deep sense of caring for self and for all of creation.
WHEN: Thursday, September 8th at 7 PM
WHERE: Charlotte’s Place, 109 Greenwich Street, bet Rector and Carlisle NEIGHBORHOOD: Financial District
COST: Free and open to all INFO: For more information call 212.602.0800 or visit http://www.trinitywallstreet.org/911.
In the aftermath of 9/11, Trinity Church and St. Paul’s became sanctuaries for those seeking consolation after the destruction of the Twin Towers. Located directly across from the World Trade Center, St. Paul’s Chapel was shielded from falling debris by a sycamore tree, whose roots are immortalized as a ten-foot-tall bronze sculpture in the south yard of Trinity Church. For eight months after the attacks, “the little chapel that stood” was home to an extraordinary volunteer relief effort, becoming a place of renewal and inspiration for Ground Zero’s physically and spiritually weary.