Location : 3261 23rd St, Mission District
Opened in : 1891
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Trinity Presbyterian Church, also known as the Mission United Presbyterian Church, was built in the Romanesque Revival and Shingle styles. It's one of the few Percy & Hamilton buildings to survive the 1906 earthquake. The spire of the church along with St. John’s Lutheran Church contributes to the skyline of the famous Capp Street in the Mission district.
The church is involved in the surrounding community. The area surrounding the church is known for a continually evolving immigrant community and have always been invited to worship at the church. It has been vocal and inclusive of the LGBT community and opened the doors to them when gay Christians needed a place to worship. It runs many community programs like food runs and clothing donation drives to help the needy.