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It has withstood both the 1776 Great Fire of NYC and the 9/11 terrorist attack

The members of Trinity Wall Street and the citizens of New York City gathered with government dignitaries to celebrate the 250th anniversary of St Paul’s Chapel on the day marking 250 years since the chapel opened. A US senator, the governor of New York, the Mayor of NYC, the President of the Lower Manhattan burrow all sent or personally brought proclamations regarding St Paul’s and its historic ministry of 250 years to the city of New York. In their own way, each of the proclamations designated 30 OCT as a day lifting & honoring St Paul’s Chapel.

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