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Regular Ringing

Wednesday Practice 6:30pm
Sunday Service Ringing 9:45am & 12:15am

Visiting Ringers & Bands

Change ringers from other towers are very welcome to join our ringing while visiting New York. Bands may also book the bells for peal attempts and specialized practices.

Interested in Learning?

Non-ringers are very welcome to visit the tower to watch us ring, and, if they wish, to have a ringing lesson with an instructor. For more information, arrange a visit.

Upcoming Events

2022 Striking Competition

The Trinity Striking Competition is once again postponed. This website will be updated as soon the event is rescheduled.

Event Registration

We encourage all ringers and visitors to create an account with us. We will use our website for future event registration such as for the striking competition and 12-bell weekends. We are planning a number of events when it is safe to resume ringing, so stay tuned!

Ringing at Trinity

Video from Palm Sunday 2015.

Band News

July 26, 2021

We are very sorry to pass along the news that David Henry passed away on July 21, 2021. David joined the New York band in 2012 and served as Secretary from 2016 to 2019. He rang 87 quarter peals and 2 peals, including the peal in 2016 to mark the 10th Anniversary of the installation of New York’s ring of 12 bells. He was an accomplished cyclist, and well versed in a variety of topics including history, music, and travel, making him an excellent conversationalist in the pub. David was a pillar of the band and will be deeply missed.

March 19, 2020

We're sorry to pass on the news that Roger Savory died peacefully in his sleep on Friday March 13th. He was 90. Roger was a big contributor to helping build a change ringing band when the Trinity bells were installed in 2006, and he was a good friend to many in the band at that time. He attended regularly until about 2013, after which he could no longer manage the stairs. Roger was an active and very accomplished ringer for many decades, both in North America and earlier in the UK, and he rang just over 800 peals.