Serve the City: Economic and Social Justice

Is not this the fast that I choose: to loose the bonds of injustice, to undo the thongs of the yoke, to let the oppressed go free, and to break every yoke?

Isaiah 58:6


As Christians, we are bound to work towards God’s desire for reconciliation, healing and justice in this world. Various ministries examine and promote understanding about the many issues that divide us and work together as well as with partners of other faith traditions (or no religious convictions) to move towards solutions that affirm our commitment to the dignity, compassion, empowerment, and freedom of all people. Only together can we help to build God’s kingdom of justice and peace.

Due to the coronavirus, we regret that our social justice ministries have had to take a pause for the the health and well-being of all. We hope and pray that these ministries can soon return to active status, as we all await the waning of the virus.

Milestone efforts include:

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 has transitioned to Creation Care.

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.

We learn from one another. 

The 2018 Anne Berry Bonnyman Symposium, a living platform for addressing systemic racism in our church and community, focused on Equity in Immigration.