Holy Trinity has a long history of involvement in racial justice work. Most recently, the congregation has made significant commitments to identifying, examining, and working to eradicate white privilege in and outside our church. We also work to recognize and shine a light on the deeply rooted systemic racism that exists across our society. Our congregation is committed to doing everything we can to build a culture of acceptance, equity, and affirmative justice at Holy Trinity and in our broader society.
Holy Trinity’s Racial Justice and Adult Education committees have been actively working to offer education and engagement around these issues, including small group discussion groups on the topic of race, and a congregational audit around race and equity.
We acknowledge there is much ongoing work for us to do to ensure that all elements of our congregational life reflect equity and justice.