Trinity Parish draws people from a variety of backgrounds, with diverse interests and perspectives. We worship in two locations and two languages, yet we are one welcoming, dynamic parish dedicated to worshiping and serving God in an urban setting. We are connected through a love of beautiful, varied liturgy and through opportunities in which we minister to one another within the parish and to those in the greater community.
We live our Christian and Episcopal faith through worship and active participation in the life and work of Trinity Parish. Our parish offers diverse and compelling opportunities for Christian ministry within the parish and in serving others through outreach ministries. Our members commit time, talents and treasure to the ministries they are moved to serve.
The Coalition to Dismantle Jim Crow invites you to attend a free forum entitled Hope, Opportunity and Race--Breaking the Prison Poverty Connection. The event, which is being held on Saturday, November 14, 2015 at the Chase Center is free, however registration is required.
For more information or to register, please check out the coalition's link right here to this upcoming event.
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