Trinity Neighborhood Partnerships (Community OutReach Partnership & Episcopal Community Services): Throughout the church’s history, worship and bible study have gone hand-in-hand with a dedication to community service. In order to fulfill this mission, in 1985, Trinity Memorial founded CORP as a collaborative, non-denominational organization that connects people who care with volunteer programs that provide direct help to those among us who are homeless, hungry, elderly, lonely, or needy, without regard to race, gender, or religion. It seeks to aid those who are most vulnerable in ways that are practical by offering clearly defined opportunities for compassionate action. CORP seeks to call attention to the common humanity of helpers and those who need help, and to break the barriers that separate one human being from another. Its main programs are WinterShelter, a homeless shelter in the basement of the Parish Hall; Communicare, which matches volunteers with the frail elderly; Cook-Off, which prepares two hundred meals every month for the needy; and Sustainable 19103 / Grid Alive events that encourage sustainable practices in our community.