What is the Trinity Boston Preservation Trust?
Trinity Boston Preservation Trust raises funds to preserve and maintain Trinity Church in Boston's Copley Square as a center for civic interaction, where the people of the city gather to celebrate, collaborate, and find common ground. While Trinity Church is home to a thriving Episcopal parish, it also serves as a masterpiece of American art and architecture, a major tourist destination, and a highly valued Boston icon and community resource. The Trust also presents Music For All, a series of public concerts that offer beautiful music in an inspiring setting.
"The City's Church"
Trinity has been referred to as "the city's church." Indeed, more than 100,000 people walk through the doors each year as tourists or to attend services or events. Dozens of non-profit organizations have held board meetings or special programs at Trinity in the last year. Alcoholics Anonymous, for example, may hold up to three meetings in a single day.
Who supports the Trust?
Supporters of the Trust have in common a love of the arts - architecture, painting, sculpture, music - and appreciate how the arts come together at Trinity Church. Some Trust supporters are members of Trinity Church. Others attend the concerts and programs or bring out-of-town guests for tours. And many can point to an experience or a time in their lives when Trinity's building mattered personally as a place of beauty and/or spiritual sustenance.
Join the Trust
We invite you to make a contribution and be part of the Trinity Boston Preservation Trust community.