Holy Trinity Parish Episcopal Church Community Outreach Ministries provide food, utility assistance, tutoring, and more for people in need in the City of Decatur, GA and surrounding areas.
Kairos Prison Ministries is an Ecumenical part of the “4 Day Movement” along with Episcopal Cursillo, etc.
Working in collaboration with New American Pathways, parishioners and neighbors assist refugees in learning to live in our culture.
Decatur-area Emergency Assistance Ministry provides emergency help for local residents to prevent homelessness and hunger.
L’Arche brings together people with and without intellectual disabilities to live together as a faith community.
The Brotherhood of St Andrew is a worldwide organization designed to bring men together in prayer, study and service.
Path to Shine is a unique afterschool model for faith communities who want to help underserved children.
Holy Trinity Parish Preschool believes that every child is an individual and learns accordingly…
Our traditional English Afternoon Tea welcomes hundreds of visitors for tea, scones, and other treats. This annual event has raised over $50,000 for local outreach missions.
For one week in the summer, Holy Trinity hosts Vacation Bible School for children of the parish and the wider community.
Hagar’s House provides temporary housing for women and their children for up to 30 days. HTP with other groups takes turns providing dinner for these families in need.
The Church of the Common Ground is an Episcopal church community on the streets of Atlanta living the Good News that we are all God’s Beloved.
Emmaus House is a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta that offers approximately 100,000 hours per year of vital programs serving people of all ages
The Order of the Daughters of the King (DOK) is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of prayer, service, and evangelism.