The Linden Exchange
It is with great sadness we announce the closing of The Linden Exchange, founded in 1958 and lovingly provided by generations of volunteers from Trinity Church with abundant assistance from many others. As “The Linden” closes out its remaining inventory (available by appointment on Thursdays and Fridays until July 17th – please call), we thank Midge Tuxill, Sue Sabin, Bunny Bell, Beth Henderson, and the complete host of volunteers past and present, for their service.
Our Pandemic Outreach…
Includes on-going support of direct service, contributions of cash and requested supplies to:
Center of Concern
Advocacy for The People’s Peaceful Protest
Child of Trinity, Adam Fryer, has been instrumental in organizing and leading the Black Lives Matter protest movement toward governmental and police reform here in Geneva. While not everyone that is part of Trinity Place will agree with every element of these resolutions, we invite everyone to carefully read the BLM Geneva agenda for policing reform outlined in the following nine petitions. They are being proposed to City Council on July 1, 2020. If, after reading these resolutions, you wish to support the effort, there is a petition you can sign which is available on the BLMGeneva FaceBook page, as well as our FB page. Thank you.