Trinity's Response to Violence was formed following the tragic events at Newtown, CT in December 2012, when the parish realized it could no longer stand silently by why senseless violence continued to occur locally and around the nation. A group of interested parishioners gathered to prayerfully consider how our parish could best learn about and address the issue of violence — from its sources to its impacts. Out of this work, four "action" committees were formed, along with a Working Group made up of members from each of these committees to ensure that Trinity's response is integrated, purposeful, and impactful.
Social Justice and Outreach. Welcome to Urban & Justice Ministries at Trinity! In our baptismal covenant, as people of faith, we are asked to make several commitments. Each time a new person is baptized into our life, we join with them in reaffirming these. Through Trinity's Social Justice Ministry, we as a people try, with our Loving God's help, to put those words into action. Come and join us, and grow in faith and service.
The Anti-Racism Team (ART) of Trinity Church is a committee of parishioners charged with helping Trinity Church to become an anti-racist community by identifying and addressing systemic racism in our midst. We believe our community is a reflection of the larger world and suffers from all of its problems, including systemic racism.
Meet parishioners involved in Trinity's Social Justice and Outreach life.
Through Trinity's Social Justice Ministry, we as a people try, with our Loving God's help, to put those words into action. Come and join us, and grow in faith and service.
Trinity Public School Partners Works with neighbors, faith communities, city-wide partners and the Boston Public Schools to improve life outcomes for all students. TPSP has partnerships with The Dearborn School and Orchard Gardens Pilot School.
From weekly food collection to the Walk for Hunger to Trinity Builders, learn more about giving back to your community.
Join the Faith and the Environment Ministry to promote sustainability, or get involved with Disaster Relief, or learn more about Trinity Advocates for Peace.
As a parish, we value the building of deeper relationships with our brothers and sisters from all religious backgrounds, and look for opportunities to come together for worship, music, learning, fellowship, and social justice activities.