Outreach Ministry Partners

Serving Others

We actively collaborate with city and neighborhood organizations with ever-expanding outreach and justice advocacy ministries.

We sustain our vital partnerships while creating new initiatives that respond to critical social needs.

Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity

Teams partner with Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity, Mapleton Fall Creek Development Corporation, local churches and businesses, to rehab homes in the neighborhood.

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. We envision a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

Horizons at St. Richard’s Episcopal School (SRES)

Horizons at SRES offers a five-week educational summer enrichment program serving low-income public school students with a broad range of academic abilities.

Horizons at St. Richard’s Episcopal School began in 1996 with a group of people committed to reversing summer learning loss. Over the course of 22 years, Horizons at SRES has transformed from a small summer program with just one grade level to a program of 150 students from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. In the future, we plan to grow so that we can serve even more children in Indianapolis who can benefit from high quality summer programming.

Mid-North Food Pantry (MNFP)

Housed in the Trinity Outreach Center, the Mid-North Food Pantry is a charitable, non-profit agency supported by several mid-north churches, which pledge monetary support and collect food to stock its shelves.

The Mid-North Food Pantry’s (MNFP’s) mission is to enhance the health of our mid-north neighborhoods by providing supplemental food and basic necessities for our neighbors in need. The MNFP’s vision is neighbors serving neighbors with compassion, dignity, and respect while eradicating hunger and food insecurity in our community.

Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic

Housed in the Trinity Outreach Center, Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic is a faith-based, non-profit corporation promoting justice through legal representation and legal education for our low-income neighbors as a way of demonstrating Christ’s love.

St. Nicholas Early Learning, Inc.

Housed in the Trinity Outreach Center, St Nicholas is a high-quality, affordable, and inclusive program for infants, toddlers, and three year old children in the Mid-North neighborhoods of Indianapolis. St. Nicholas was started by Trinity parishioners and became a 501c3 in June 2016.

St. Nicholas Early Learning is committed to providing every child with a high quality program and secure environment that will allow children the opportunity to explore and foster their own growth potential. We believe in a child’s ability to learn in the most natural environment possible, with many opportunities to foster play and exploration. St. Nicholas Early Learning Directors and Staff will work to develop a life-long love of learning in all children and are committed to walking alongside every family in providing their children with an excellent, stimulating environment for the beginning years of life. 

Second Helpings

Second Helpings, Inc. accepts donated perishable and overstocked food to prepare nutritious meals for thousands of hungry children and adults every day, and distributes them free of charge through local social service agencies in Greater Indianapolis.

Second Helpings continues to be a core partner to the Trinity Sunday Dinner, sustaining this ministry since its beginning in 2007. Their faithful provision of the weekly entrée and other food items is the foundation of the meal. While still investing in the Sunday Dinner, they’ve continued incredible work in continuing to safely cook meals for so many who are in need across our city. During usual years, Second Helpings inspects our kitchen for safety and cleanliness.

Trinity Haven

Incubated at Trinity Church, Trinity Haven is open and is Indiana’s first residential facility and Host Homes Program to focus on the needs of LGBTQ youth and young adults who are at risk for homelessness. Trinity Haven is an independent 501(C)3 organization. 

Trinity Haven has  two housing options for LGBTQ youth and young adults available in the near future. We provide programs and services that include a long-term Transitional Living Program (TLP) which offers up to 24 months of housing, stabilization assistance, support services, independent living skills, case management, and care coordination for ages 16-21 (for the entire state of Indiana); as well as a short-term Host Homes Program (HHP) which offers an average of 6 months of housing and intensive case management for ages 16-24 (limited to Indianapolis/Marion County). Our Youth Engagement Specialist will assist with permanent housing placement for those exiting our TLP and HHP.