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Serving Globally

“For God so loved the world…” - John 3:16

  • American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem (AFEDJ)
  • Mbugani Parish.Diocese of Tabora, Tanzania
  • Kateri Medical Services
  • Refugee Resettlement

American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem (AFEDJ)

Trinity Church supports AFEDJ (American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem) by donations this year specifically to the Ahli Gaza Hospital. Contact Kate Smith (Kate48Smith@comcast.net)

Mbugani Parish.Diocese of Tabora, Tanzania

Trinity has had a partner relationship with this diocese for over 15 years and has funded scholarships in most of these years for students to attend secondary school.  Each additional year of school makes an important impact on the future of these students. Contact Heather Kramer (KramerHeather1989@yahoo.com)

Kateri Medical Services

The Outreach Committee supports the vital ministry of the Kateri Medical Services, which provides non-sectarian, essential medical services to rural communities in the Anglican diocese of Kaduna, Nigeria. Everyone is invited to participate in the yearly missions by Kateri, whether by accompanying the medical staff and other volunteers or sponsoring an individual who wishes to do so. A group of volunteers are in the process of completing a Trinity Church Cookbook, with recipes representing the many regional and national backgrounds of the church's parishioners. All proceeds from the cookbook will be donated to Kateri Medical Services. Contact Anne Rapkin (a.rapkin@snet.net)

Refugee Resettlement

Trinity Church's Refugee Resettlement Committee, with our partners at Trinity College and St. Patrick St. Anthony Church in Hartford, works to resettle refugee families in the Hartford area.  In the past few years we have worked with a family from Afghanistan and from Syria.  We welcome everyone who is interested to join the Committee in these life-saving, and extremely rewarding, efforts. Contact Anne Rapkin  (a.rapkin@snet.net)

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