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Trinity Church has been firmly rooted in the Asylum Hill neighborhood of Hartford for over 150 years. Though it is a place of worship for a diverse congregation, coming from many communities across the Greater Hartford region, our involvement in the community is something that defines who we are.

Trinity has a strong outreach ministry, we are host to many recovery programs, and we have been an incubator for several community programs, including Loaves and Fishes, Trinity Academy, the Fresh Start Pallet Project, and many others.  We have also long held ecumenical and interfaith relationships through such organizations as the Conference of Churches and Hartford Seminary's Building Abrahamic Partnerships program.

Asylum Hill is the neighborhood that was home to Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe. Today it is also home to corporate headquarters of  Aetna/CVS and Hartford Insurance. Neighborhood partners have included West Middle School, The Salvation Army, and the Boys and Girls Club of Hartford.



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The Choir School of Hartford

The program emphasizes age-diverse mentorship, with a goal to develop musicianship as well as community. We follow the RSCM Voice for Life curriculum, which is a series of self-paced music workbooks. The program year kicks-off in August for a week-long "Choir Course Week" where choristers rehearse, play games, go on field trips, and explore music together. The program provides: free, weekly 1/2hr piano lessons (includes a keyboard) intensive choral training solo/small ensemble opportunities exposure to a variety of choral styles and traditions development of leadership skills through mentorship regular performance experience awards for achievement Voice for Life curriculum from RSCM-America travel opportunities for special concerts and trips

Choir School of Hartford at Trinity Church