An opportunity to support our ministry

Thanks for finding Church of The Holy Trinity. We are a hidden gem in the heart of the city that serves many   more than those who worship here. Our doors are open every day from 11 am to 3 pm welcoming visitors of all kinds. We provide a warm respite and welcoming ear for those who wish to talk and a space of sacred silence for others. Our buildings host weekly worship on Sundays and Wednesdays, Trinity Square Cafe, other non-profit community group tenants, AA and Al-anon groups, meditation and yoga, countless concerts, community meetings, a monthly homeless memorial, and an annual production of The Christmas Story. We are a community open and responsive to our city.

Staying open and being responsive to the city costs money. $20.00 keeps the church warm and the lights on for a ½ hour, and a larger gift of $50 or $100 allows Holy Trinity to be even more accessible and welcoming. Feel free to support this ministry by clicking on the link to your right and making a donation right now. You will receive an immediate receipt. Any amount is welcome and will be put to good use. Thank you from the Holy Trinity Community & worshiping congregations!


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