"But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream."
- Amos 5:24
Trinity parishioners have been on the front lines fighting for and marching for social justice for many years. This has included advocating for marriage equality and the full inclusion of gay, trans, and queer folks in all aspects of religious, political, and community life; demanding a fair wage for workers; proclaiming the Gospel message that Black Lives Matter; working to provide fair and equitable access to health care; supporting women's rights as human rights; and so much more.
Trinity partners with several organizations in the St. Louis region in its fight for social justice, including Metropolitan Congregations United, Missouri Jobs with Justice, Solidarity St. Louis, Growing American Youth, The Fight for $15, and the St. Louis Democratic Socialists of America.
Our struggle for a better world is rooted in our relationship with Jesus Christ who taught us to pray, "Thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.