Christ calls us to seek and serve so our neighborhoods and city 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.
Childhood Hunger Education, Engagement, and Reverence (CHEER)
CHEER is an active group of young people ages 3-12 years old and their parents learning, serving, and spreading CHEER to the Mid-North Food Pantry.
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). Contact: Mother Erin – [email protected]
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. Contact: Erik Hembre – [email protected]
The Trinity Green Team provides a focus and suggests ways for Trinity and its members to be more environmentally responsible.
United Thank Offering
The United Thank Offering (UTO) is a ministry of The Episcopal Church. Through UTO, individuals are invited to embrace and deepen a personal daily spiritual discipline of gratitude.
Working Group on Social Justice & Reconciliation
This group plans and offers programs that encourage healthy and vital conversations about racial justice in our city and beyond.