Educate. Encourage. Enrich.

Community Enrichment

The 20,000 square foot Trinity Education Community and Conference Center opened in the Spring of 2017. It is designated as a (501) © (3) non-profit organization. It replaces an older and much smaller community center, the Lee Robinson Building, located on the campus of Trinity Baptist Church.

The goal of the new and much larger center, among other things, is to provide much needed programs and services to the local Edgewood Community. Edgewood consists of a total of eight neighborhoods within downtown Columbia, South Carolina. The primary goal of our programs and services is to reach out with respect to the local community because of the care and genuine interest that exist within the center’s stakeholders. It is sincerely believed through the implementation of our educational outreach and social services programs, we can make a difference in the lives of our neighbors. The programs and services offered will enrich community members by offering a wide range of programs and services to include but not limited to:

• Adult Literacy • Youth Mentoring
• Tutoring Programs • Health and Wellness
• Summer Enrichment • After School Programs
• Emergency Shelter • Senior Citizen Programs
• 21st Century Learning • Job Training

Bigger for the Better

Many of these programs and services have been offered in the past. The opening of the new and expanded center enhances our capacity to provide more services to our communities. Once in place, this 21st century state-of-the-art technology learning center will serve as the foundation and gateway to all future learning programs made available at the Trinity Education Community and Conference Center.

We are very excited about the potential and positive impact of the programs and services that will be offered. We are looking forward to continuing to work with community organizations and other partners that are committed to improving the lives of those in the neighborhoods in which we live.