Community and Outreach
What good is it, my siblings, if someone says they have faith but does not have works? – James 2:14
At Trinity, we strive for justice for people of all races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations and socio-economic status. We are committed to the needs of those in the greater community who struggle for equity and justice through advocacy and actions such as:
· Volunteering and supplying goods at Bolton School Food Pantry
· Endorsing community efforts for equity such as #Action4Equity and the North Carolina Congress of Latino Organizers.
Trinity has been an instrumental and passionate voice in passing resolutions for Climate Justice and was the impetus behind the Black Lives Matter Resolution for Salem Presbytery.
Trinity is a “Peace and Justice Congregation” and has adopted the General Assembly’s Matthew 25 initiative which is committed to building congregational vitality, dismantling structural racism, and eradicating systemic poverty.
Trinity has a long standing tradition of joint worship services with our sister African American church, Dellabrook Presbyterian Church, and worships with our Hispanic sister church, El Buen Pastor for World Communion Sunday.