Trinity Grace Church is organized like New York City: by neighborhood. We believe we're called to live beyond Sunday gatherings and midweek Bible studies, to invest our whole lives in developing deep community with fellow believers in proximity to where we live. 

We call this neighborhood model The City Parish. Like the traditional Catholic or Episcopal church, our neighborhood churches exist as part of a larger, unified family. 

Historically to have a parish meant to take spiritual responsibility for a geographic area. That's why members of Trinity Grace parish churches believe in taking ownership of the spiritual condition of their neighborhood, finding ways to not only love one another, but tangibly love those living nearby through acts of service and stewarding resources for the common good. 

Each city parish church is diverse in its essential nature, uniting women, men, and families from various cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds across the major metropolitan area.

Click here to read more about the City Parish Model.