Trinity Gallery


Trinity Gallery is a ministry of Holy Trinity that seeks to support local artists, engage culture, and share Christ through the arts.   We believe by God's design art has the power to communicate with intellectual, emotional and spiritual honesty our deepest longings for meaning and beauty.  Art not only moves our hearts; it shapes us and our culture. 

Located in a 114-year-old home in historic downtown Raleigh, Trinity Gallery is sponsored by Holy Trinity Anglican Church. The gallery is the latest addition to one of the city’s fastest growing cultural centers along North Person Street. Our venue was featured in Walter Magazine and received a 2012 Anthemion Award from Capital Area Preservation for the renovation of this historic property.

Trinity Gallery is open during each First Friday of the month from 6-9 pm and is located at the corner of Peace Street and Blount Street, across from Gallery C and just a few blocks from Anvil Gallery, Nicole’s Studio, Seaboard Station, and Krispy Kreme.

A map of First Friday venues is available here. On-site parking is available with convenient access to the R-line (the free downtown circulator) on Wilmington Street.


Help set up Trinity Gallery 5PM to 6PM every first Friday (need 2 or 3). 
Contact Abigail Hull at:

Help break down Trinity Gallery 9PM to 10PM every first Friday (need 2 or 3). 
Contact Abigail Hull at:

Click here for a list of current opportunities and needs. 


Abigail Hull,