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The Koinonia Committee

The word koinonia means Christian fellowship or communion, with God or, more commonly, with fellow Christians.

Led by Trinity Board of Trustees member and Trinity alumna parent RJ Moshay, the Koinonia Committee works to promote the uniquely Christian vision of diversity, inclusion, and community at Trinity School as stated in our Diversity Policy.

The mission of the Koinonia Committee at Trinity School is to foster a vibrant and inclusive community that reflects and celebrates the beauty and diversity of God's kingdom.

To that end, the Koinonia Committee believes that God is moving in the hearts of his people at Trinity School to love one another and to work as his hands and feet in building a unified body that welcomes and embraces one another as his image bearers. Knowing that we must be purposeful and intentional in the practical pursuit of a reconciled community, this committee seeks to

  • Identify opportunities and support initiatives that encourage Christ-centered cultural competence: the ability to engage with one another and work effectively and sensitively across differences;
  • Cultivate self-awareness, dialogue, understanding, advocacy, peace, and unity;
  • Promote and oversee commitment and efforts toward diversity, inclusion, and equity; and

  • Make recommendations and propose action to the Board and other school leadership in matters of diversity and inclusion.

Members of the Koinonia Committee

Corey Booker, Holley Broughton, Amy Chauncey, Anissa Graham-Davis, Chip Denton, Katie Eller, Matt Hall, Paula Hardy, Michelle Hayward, Katherine Hicks, Jenifer Hofmann, John Jarrett, Aaron Jones, Zee Mason, Charles Merritt, RJ Moshay, Joy Nicol, Steven Pearson, Joy Pinheiro, Gail Powery, Ellen VanTongeren, and Lori Winters