Outreach at TrinityFind A Way To Engage That Fits

Ready for Success (RFS) was founded as a community outreach project of Trinity Church in 1997. RFS was so successful that it was moved under the umbrella of Episcopal Community Services (ECS) in Minneapolis in 2001 and is now under the auspices of Project for Pride in Living.  Since 2001, RFS has served more than 5500 low-income women and men entering or returning to the workplace. RFS provides new or gently used professional clothing and accessories suitable for job interviews and the workplace.

Trinity Church parishioners remain deeply involved in RFS that constantly welcomes new volunteers from Trinity and from all over the Twin Cities metro area. Ready for Success is unique from other clothing programs or ministries in many ways, offering: Individual appointments with personal shoppers for each client, accessories and personal care items. Return visits to build a seasonal wardrobe. Trinity Church serves as a clothing drop site. 

  • First Nations Kitchen 

    Several times per year, Trinity sends a boisterous group of senior high youth and adults to prepare, cook, and serve dinner at First Nations’ Kitchen. Read More
  • Ready for Success

    Serving low-income women and men entering or returning to the workplace with new or gently used professional clothing and accessories suitable for job interviews and the workplace. Read More
  • White Earth Mission Project

    For five years, members of Trinity’s high school youth group, along with adult volunteers, traveled to the Leech Lake reservation to work on building projects such as re-roofing houses, cleaning Read More
  • EpiscoBuilders

    Episcobuilders is a joint ministry of several Episcopal churches in the western suburbs engaged in partnership with Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity. Read More
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