For over 100 years, Trinity’s church, chapel, parish hall and rectory buildings have provided a beautiful home for worship, fellowship, and spiritual care. Further, the 60-year-old adjoining classroom building has provided a space for learning, program development, and spiritual growth. In 2021 we successfully concluded a $1.5 million campaign to provide for improvements to accessibility, safety, comfort and usability for our church property, and now we’re building for the future!
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as we build Trinity stronger and more welcoming for all.
Read on (below) or watch our video (above) to learn more about our plans and projects.
If you missed the campaign period and want to join in, you can also learn how to make your own commitment to Trinity’s welcoming strength for all.
What we will we do through this Campaign:
Provide accessibility with a special focus on people with physical limitations. Create barrier-free entrances to Sanctuary and Parish Hall; install a new lighting system for Sanctuary; incorporate space for wheelchairs in pews; build a wheelchair lift in current Reception Room; and create accessible restrooms on main floor of Parish Hall.
Create a comfortable and welcoming environment to improve our buildings’ usefulness to our parish community. Air-condition the Parish Hall and kitchens; update restrooms in the Parish Hall and classroom buildings; provide new meeting and storage spaces; and renovate the kitchen spaces.
Make repairs and improvements to enhance our safety and strengthen our structures. Install new smoke detectors, fire suppression systems, and fire-safe doors; repair damaged walks, building walls, outside steps, bell tower, and graveyard wall; and replace leaking windows and old air conditioners in preschool wing.
Support new and existing outreach programs and opportunities. Make high-impact grants to launch or improve programs in our partner organizations in the community and across our Diocese.
Join us to make Trinity stronger and more welcoming for all!