Social Justice

Outreach ministries are pathways that transform hearts of worship into hands of service by building relationships with our neighbors in need and by partnering with them to create a healthy, just, peaceful and sustainable neighborhood and world.

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Policing, Public Safety and Peace Keeping
*CANCELED* Our Racist Inheritance

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Harbor of Hope Shower & Laundry Trucks

Mondays​, 11:00 am-2:00 pm

Oregon Harbor of Hope brings much-needed showers, washers and, dryers to the people who need them most with two 28-foot-long box trailers retrofitted with five showers and eight washers & dryers. Volunteer hosts are needed every Monday, when the trucks park in Trinity's lots.

Contact:

Barbara Limandri

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Listening Post

Wednesdays, 11:00 am-1:00 pm

We don’t give advice, we don’t counsel, but we give the homeless, the jobless, and people suffering from food insecurity an opportunity to talk and be heard without being lectured or interrupted.

Contact:

Marilynn Gordon

Immigrant
Welcoming Team

Dates/times vary

Offer support to immigrants and refugees in the metro area. Areas of focus include supporting immigrant families within Trinity, supporting diocesan Latinx ministries, and advocacy for immigrants and refugees in partnership with the Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice (IMIrJ).

Contact:

Barbara Whitmore

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Outreach Trips

Dates vary; generally summer

High school students and adult mentors travel to other countries to collaborate with local nonprofits that improve the quality of life for people there. Adult trips focus on assisting low-income residents and supporting social justice projects.

Contact:

Steve Isaacson & Charyl Cathey

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Listen to Learn

Dates/times vary

Help adult immigrant students develop English reading & language skills in individual or small group settings. Weekly or bi-weekly teaching sessions of approximately 1.5 to 2 hours.

 

Training required, either through Trinity tutoring workshops or through the Portland Literary Council.

Contact:

Keith Walters

Trinity Racial Action/
Information Network

Dates/times vary

Part of Trinity's Spiritual Formation offerings, TRAIN works to make racial consciousness an integral part of our spiritual practice, supporting activism & programming that make us a more culturally aware & involved community.

Contact:

Barb Millikan

Support Trinity Outreach

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

147 NW 19th Avenue (at NW Everett)

Portland, OR 97209

503-222-9811

cathedral@trinity-episcopal.org

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