Seen & Heard: Church Planting

••• Another church is hoping to stake a claim in Tribeca. Trinity Grace Church (might run into some copyright issues) has a new blog announcing its plans: “We hope you find this a useful orientation to our calling, vision, strategy and funding needs related to planting a new church in the TriBeCa neighborhood of Manhattan. […] Trinity Grace TriBeCa plans to become a self-sustaining church after four years in the city. Our total projected budget for the first four years is $1.29 million dollars. We will be raising roughly half ($671K) of this externally, with congregational giving making up the difference ($619K).” Photo courtesy Trinity Grace Church.

••• Capucine is having a sample sale/trunk show today (Wednesday), 2–9 p.m.

••• The new chef at Stuzzicheria is Ron Suhanosky, founder of Sfoglia on Nantucket and the Upper East Side.

••• City Winery sent out an email with info on new dates for Billy Bragg, a bunch of shows by Joan Osborne, and a concert by Taylor Hicks, but the link I saved doesn’t work, I can’t find the newsletter, and the venue’s website hasn’t been updated yet. So maybe you should call if you’re into any of those folks.

••• Moomah has just launched its first online journal: “The Journal is a resource for inspiration, providing realistic suggestions and activities that are as doable as they are enjoyable, while never making you feel like you’re not doing enough.”


Comments are closed.