Trinity Church Wall Street seeks to help our partners in the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion build financial sustainability for ministry through the creative development of assets. Trinity supports this work primarily through grants, training, and real estate advisory services for Anglican/Episcopal provinces, dioceses, and seminaries throughout Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Asia.
Trinity Church Wall Street, in partnership with the CEEP Network, will host a virtual gathering of leaders from The Episcopal Church. This free conference will explore how to discern and use church property for mission-based projects and revenue growth, through the sharing of current projects and best practices.
Over two half-days of interactive workshops, panels, and small-group discussions, we will deepen our understanding of financial sustainability through mission real estate development, learning from each other and from Trinity’s experience developing real estate to support ministry work.
Watch the below video to learn more from last year's participants' stories.
Mission Real Estate Development grants are available to support feasibility studies and construction/business projects that will generate income for ministry.
Professional assessments of multiple income-generation project opportunities that help the recipient diocese/institution to identify an investment that will suit their market, experience, and financing.
Compare and contrast multiple investment opportunities
Produce a bankable document that can be used to secure developer or bank financing
Be conducted by independent, professional real estate consultants
Construction/business projects that will serve a primary purpose of generating income for the recipient diocese or institution. The most common real estate business models pursued by our partners include office; retail; multifamily and student housing; hospitality and conferencing; and schools.
Trinity offers guidance in visioning and transaction structuring for potential real estate development projects, and in grant utilization priorities as well as general organizational and governance considerations for grant administration and project execution.
Completed feasibility study
Completed business plan
Some existing financial contributions to the project, in the form of local fundraising, loans, or other grant awards