Trinity youth hold signs and participate in AIDS Walk New York

Outreach & Advocacy

Trinity Cares Reflection and Action

Third Thursday of the month, 6:30–7:30pm
January, March, May, July, September

In response to racial violence and turmoil in summer 2020, Trinity Cares members gathered to share their stories, reflect together, and discuss ways to take action together for social justice.


Racial Justice and Education

Second Monday of every month, 6:30–7:30pm

The Education group meets for reflection, sharing and to explore ways to make a positive impact on racial injustice in the area of child and adult education. We will review resources, plan projects and search for ways to support existing work.


Trinity Knitters sort completed projects in the Parish Center with a background of the American flag.

Trinity Knitters

Third Sunday of every month, 12:30–2:30pm

Third Monday of every month, 5:30–6:30pm

Are you an experienced knitter, new to the craft, or somewhere in between? Trinity Knitters welcomes you to gather online and knit or crochet together, discuss projects, share advice, and enjoy each other’s company. Open to all.

To join, email


Sunlight shines through the green leaves of a tree in Trinity churchyard as Trinity Church stands in the background

Environmental Justice Ministry Group

Second Monday of every month, 6pm, Online

The Environmental Justice ministry group is a faith-based group that examines and acts around the most pressing problems of climate change and environmental justice. Previous meetings have included workshops about how to talk to others about climate change and a talk by a Native American leader about the revitalization of Native culture.

Upcoming events include:

Monday, April 10 | 6pm

In honor of Earth Day, join the Environmental Justice Ministry Group for a dash of eco-optimism to counter global warming doom and gloom. We will come together online to watch the film 2040. Concerned about the future of his young daughter, who will be 21 years old in 2040, Australian filmmaker Damon Gameau travels the world in search of solutions to global warming. The film, released in 2019, is an accessible, informative and optimistic look at solutions to the climate crisis and has been called "an exercise in fact-based dreaming."

Following viewing of the film we will have a discussion period.  We will also convene a second, informal discussion at a coffee hour table after the 11:15 service on April 16.

Register here.