For whoever does the will of my Father in heaven is my brother and sister and mother.
- Matthew 12:50
Anglican Church in Africa
For more than 30 years, Trinity has partnered with the Anglican Church in Africa in order to reinforce the bonds of the Anglican Communion, convene leaders for mutual learning, and empower local churches to best support their communities.
A significant focus of Trinity’s ministry in Africa is promoting financial self-sufficiency for Anglican provinces and dioceses through grants, collaborative workshops, and training to better minister to the poor, transform communities, and improve lives. Trinity regularly brings together church leaders to share skills and knowledge, promote best practices, and strengthen the relationships among ministries. Learn more.
Microfinance Initiatives and Vocational Training
Trinity also makes grants in support of microfinance initiatives, vocational training, and other transformational programs. Learn more about Trinity’s grants here.
Trinity's partners in Latin America and the Caribbean convene annually to discuss ways they are building leadership and financial capacity for their local parishes. These meetings provide opportunities to further deepen personal ties with each other.
Building A Stronger Global Church
Trinity's partners in Latin America and the Caribbean convened in October 2018 for their fourth annual conference to discuss two very specific goals: leadership and financial capacity.
Deepening Personal Relationships
Trinity's recent conference in Colombia, provided a chance for our partners in Latin America and the Caribbean to further deepen personal ties and to learn more about the specific context in which the Anglican and Episcopal churches minister in that region. Father Mark Bozzuti-Jones, who organizes these conferences for Trinity, says the diversity of our partners there is reason to celebrate.