Sharing Our Space

Trinity is much more than a church. We make our space available as a center for the community. Trinity regularly hosts ministries, neighborhood meetings, activist organizations, support groups, and other worshipping communities.

Hope Food Pantry Advisory Board

The following are groups who share our value of inclusiveness and who meet in our building:

Hope Food Pantry

AHB Community School

St. Hildegard’s Community (Episcopal) –

Full Moon Circle (Wiccan) –

Mariposa Sangha (Theravada Buddhist) –

Congregation Kol Halev (Progressive Jewish) –

Center For Inquiry (Atheist) –

Amigos de las Américas

Hyde Park Neighborhood Association

Austin Samba (Brazilian Percussion & Dance Group) –

Songbird Rising Suzuki School

Austin Classical Guitar

12-Step Groups

Partnering for Compassion and Justice

Trinity is a justice-centered congregation, seeking to put our time, talents, and treasure into ministries and outreach that encourage liberation, inclusiveness, and radical hospitality.

The following are organizations we support:

Ministry of Christ Among People on the Margins (UMC) –

FrontSteps (Austin Cold Weather Shelter) –

FreeStore Austin

Reconciling Ministries Network (RMN) –

Open and Affirming Network (ONA) –

Montopolis Friendship Community Center

Justice For Our Neighbors (JFON) –


United Methodist Committee On Relief (UMCOR) –

OutYouth of Austin

Homeless Task Force

Interfaith Environmental Network of Austin


Disaster Relief (UCC) –

National Religious Campaign Against Torture

Hill Country Ride For AIDS

Austin Sanctuary Network

Rio Texas Reconciling Ministries Network

Jewish Voice For Peace (JVP) –

Peace with Justice Ministries (UMC) –

The Austin Safe Alliance

Rio Texas Methodist Federation For Social Action (MFSA) –

Texas CURE

Peace Through P. I. E. (Peace Includes Everyone)

Texas Impact

iACT (Interfaith Action Council of Texas) –

Justice and Compassion Ministries (UCC) –

Austin Interfaith

Swan Songs

Texas Freedom Network

Ridgetop Elementary School Family Support Fund

BookSpring (Formerly Reading Is Fundamental) –