A growing list of partnerships and associations with Trellis
This Park Slope neighborhood church, serving many of the surrounding Brooklyn communities is part of the Trinity Grace family of neighborhood churches, who's mission is "joining God in the renewal of all things" Trinity Grace has grown from one church in Chelsea, to now include 11 all around NYC.
The family of Park Slope Christian Tabernacle, part of the Assemblies of God Fellowship, exists to empower all people to celebrate a life in Jesus Christ. To love our city through service and compassion. The fellowship has served the community of Park Slope, Brooklyn for over 50 years. PSCT has been a seedbed of ecclesiastical Leadership producing several Pastors and denominational leaders.
Building positive, restorative relationships to help individuals overcome challenging circumstances in New York City and beyond. A sister organization to Liberty Church, this organization seeks to mobilize its congregations and invite others to loving action in and around the city and the world.
Young Life thinks the world of kids. We believe that they deserve to know what life can hold for them. Young Life leaders are caring adults who come sharing that hope as well as fun and lasting friendships with kids. Young Life is also all about fun. From club and camp to Campaigners and other activities, teenagers will have blast laughing, trying new things and being with their friends.
CCDA based on the philosophy known as Christian Community Development, is not a concept that was developed in a classroom, nor formulated by people foreign to the poor community. These are Biblical, practical principles evolved from years of living and working among the poor. CCDA pioneer, John Perkins, first developed this philosophy while working among the poor in Mississippi. Over the last forty years, practitioners of Christian Community Development have distilled the philosophy into 8 Key Components. The first three are based on John Perkins’ original “three R’s” of community development: relocation, reconciliation and redistribution. Other components were later added by Christians discovering ways to rebuild poor neighborhoods.
Faith in New York is a multi-faith, multi-issue, multi-lingual citywide network of over 70 congregations representing over 80,000 residents of New York City. They are committed to the work of justice and faith-rooted community organizing in order to influence politices and systems that will create a more just and equitable New York for all New Yorkers. Faith in New York is an affiliate of PICO National Network, the largest faith-based community organization in the country.
The Gowanus Neighborhood Coalition for Justice formed out of an understanding that city rezoning processes generally, and in our community specifically, privileged voices and real estate interests hold disproportionate power. The Coalition represents a concerted effort by local residents and stakeholders to promote social, economic, and environmental justice as the primary framework under which any rezoning, land use changes and/or public investments occur in Gowanus. The Coalition seeks to specifically elevate the priorities of low- and moderate-income residents, industrial firms and the neighborhood-based organizations and small businesses that serve them, in a crowded rezoning conversation where the survival of the existing community has not yet received serious attention.
Sea Dog is interested in stories where the experience of alienation and the struggle for reconciliation intersect. All great plays explore these questions to some degree, but certain plays address these realities with greater compassion and understanding. They produce new and established work that tell these stories