Serve the City: Economic and Social Justice
Examines our own individual, institutional, and cultural racism, and promotes understanding and action for healing and transformation.
Each year, a planning team is assembled to produce this annual anti-racism symposium.
Peace isn’t simply the absence of violence; peace is the presence of healing, reconciliation, and accountability.
Trinity is a member of the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO), to collaborate with other people on faith on social justice issues.
The Trinity Climate Action Network seeks to engage our community in projects and conversations about protecting, preserving, and cherishing our pla
Creating a meaningful, mutual relationship with an Anglican parish in another country.
This group partners with local organizations and faith communities to assist individuals and families displaced by the global refugee crisis.
The 2018 Anne Berry Bonnyman Symposium, a living platform for addressing systemic racism in our church and community, focused on Equity in Immigration.