Trinity Cafe is an intentional community.
‘Faces of Trinity Cafe’ is a celebration of all that embodies that community.

Every person who walks through the doors at Trinity Cafe has a unique story of their own.
Meet Gloria.

I heard about Trinity Cafe on TV. It was on the news but my first experience here was not what I expected.

I had breast cancer 17 years ago and cervical cancer 10 years ago. My voice is raspy from radiation treatments I needed 5 years ago for throat cancer. But it’s ok because I’m here, 6 feet up. I have 2 kids and grand kids too. My daughter has a 10 year old boy and 9 year old girl. My granddaughter and I even have the same birthday!

I am happy-go-lucky, energetic, and positive 99% of the time, but there is that last 1% that I really have to work for. I can’t afford to let anybody take my joy, so I find ways to turn negatives into positives.

Sometimes pain is inflicted upon us by others. Memories cannot necessarily be erased but pain goes away when we forgive. We have to forgive because the almighty has forgiven us on worse days.