Hot summers, cool needs!

By Diane Holloway
Communications/Volunteer Coordinator

School is an institution and a season — which is strange, when you think about it. Whether we’re in school, have kids in school or have nothing whatsoever to do with school, life seems to slow down at the end of May. It’s not like we’ve all gone on vacation, but enough people flee the city when school is out that the pace and traffic ease up a bit.

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St. Stephen’s and Father Todd: Award Winners!

By Diane Holloway
Communications/Volunteer Director

Todd FitzGerald’s history with Trinity Center goes way back – beginning, for all practical purposes, with the Center’s birth. After graduating from seminary in Chicago, the Louisiana native came to St. David’s Episcopal Church as curate and served from 1998 to 2000.

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Trinity at Twenty! Barbara Jordan Celebration 2019

We are celebrating our 20th anniversary this year! It’s Trinity at Twenty!! So this year’s celebration, in memory of our generous benefactor, Barbara Jordan, will be extra special as we seek support for our programs that serve men and women experiencing homelessness. We offer compassionate care every day to help meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the people who may be invisible to others but whom we happily welcome through our doors.

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Annual Report for 2018

By Irit Umani — Trinity Center, which in 2019 celebrates 20 years of serving our brothers and sisters, remains true to the original mission and heart-centered intention to serve physical, emotional and spiritual needs of our neighbors.

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The Snow Angel

By Tucker Bonner
Trinity Center Volunteer

On a cold night in early March of 1999, I was in Chicago attending a professional conference.  Snow had begun to fall in the afternoon, and I decided it would be nice to walk up Michigan Avenue to a favorite restaurant for dinner.  By the end of dinner, a picturesque snowfall had become a blinding blizzard.  As I headed back to my hotel, the streets were empty.  There were no taxis available, there were no vehicles of any kind moving about, and there were almost no people out in the weather.

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