Serve the City: Hunger and Homelessness

Trinity Church Boston clergy, parishioners, and volunteers work to alleviate hunger and homelessness across the Boston metropolitan area and around the world. In partnership with other nonprofits, we provide direct service by helping to feed people, build shelters, or respond to these basic human needs in the face of disasters and crises. It's not enough to stop there. Several Trinity ministries collaborate with partners to understand, educate, and work toward systemic solutions. The need is great—we welcome your participation and support.

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.

Join our team of novice and expert chefs and servers to prepare and serve an evening meal at Rosie's Place, a shelter for women and children.

Join Trinity Church Boston’s Pine Street Inn Service Team for dinner service Tuesday evening, at both the Women’s Inn and the Men’s Inn.

This collaborative initiative of churches across the city provides a place of warmth and welcome during the day for Boston’s homeless population.

Trinity parishioners visit with our homeless neighbors for communion and conversation.

Trinity's Walk for Hunger team joins thousands of others in raising funds for Project Bread to eliminate hunger in our community.

Join Youth and Children’s Ministries as we serve others by collecting non-perishable food items for St. Mary’s Food Pantry in Dorchester.

Swing a hammer, roll a paint roller, or push a broom to help build affordable housing in Boston with Habitat for Humanity.