Trinity Ministries

Seek & Serve

Christ calls us to seek and serve so our neighborhoods and cities will flourish.

At Trinity we seek to pursue justice, mercy, and grace within our neighboring communities and the wider city.

The following is a list of outreach and social justice programs in which Trinity parishioners and friends actively organize events and share experiences serving our neighbors in Indianapolis and beyond.

Sunday Dinner

Trinity Sunday Dinner provides a hot, nourishing “to-go” style meal every Sunday to our neighbors. Currently, we are distributing the meal at the lobby entryway and prepping the meal downstairs in the TOC dining hall. Come join us! You can register as an individual, family or a pod.

The Sunday Dinner seeks to nourish the spirit and bodies of those among us who are hungry, thereby creating a more viable community through generosity, hospitality and fellowship.  LEARN MORE

Trinity Service Corps

Trinity Service Corps is welcoming its first group of young adults in August 2022. Corps members will serve in organizations working across the midtown neighborhoods of Indianapolis in order to promote justice and inclusion across our community. Trinity Service Corps is part of the Episcopal Service Corps network. During a year of intentional community and service, corps members are invited to grow in spirit, vocation, and care for neighbors during their time immersed in a Midwest urban environment. LEARN MORE

Exodus Welcome Team

The Welcome Team partners with Exodus Refugee Immigration to host newly arrived refugee families in the Indianapolis area.

Exodus Refugee Immigration. Exodus has a long history of welcoming refugees and asylees from many countries, cultures, languages, faiths, and political opinions. We began in 1981 with the mission to serve the legal needs of immigrants and Cuban refugees, who had arrived as part of the Mariel boatlift in 1980. Since that time, Exodus has helped thousands of refugees establish their lives in Indiana.

Dayspring Family Shelter Sunday Dinner

Trinity volunteers serve dinner to Dayspring Shelter residents the third Sunday of every other month.

Dayspring Center provides emergency shelter, clothing, and three nourishing meals a day for homeless families with children in central Indiana. Families turn to us as a last resort; some to escape domestic abuse, others have experienced financial collapse, medical problems, or other crises that caused them to lose their home.

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Bread for the Word

“We can end hunger in our time.” Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad. By changing policies, programs, and conditions that allow hunger and poverty to persist, the organization provides help and opportunity at home and far beyond. But churches and charities can’t do it all. The government must also do its part. With the stroke of a pen, policies are made that redirect millions of dollars and affect millions of lives. By making voices heard in Congress, we make our nation’s laws fairer and more compassionate.

Every year, Trinity participates in the annual Offering of Letters. In 2021, the Vestry also approved the Outreach Advisory Committee’s request to become a member church with both Bread for the World.

Faith in Indiana

Faith in Indiana is a catalyst for marginalized peoples and faith communities to act collectively for racial and economic equity in Indiana. It is a multi-racial, multi-class, multi-faith, non-partisan organization that reaches tens of thousands of people committed to advancing the leadership of the most marginalized (returning citizens, immigrants, excluded workers and youth). 

In 2021, the Vestry also approved the Outreach Advisory Committee’s request to become a member church with Faith in Indiana, a justice and advocacy network who we have partnered with for several years.