Founded in 1733, Trinity Church in the City of Boston is an iconic and active parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. In addition to worship and Christian education programs, the parish engages in a variety of social justice initiatives and offers public concerts and lectures open to all. Members of the parish come from every neighborhood in Boston as well as from communities throughout the Greater Boston area. Trinity Church has long been an innovator in partnering with others to deliver care and support services to those in need. In 2000, it founded the Trinity Education for Excellence Program (TEEP), a tuition-free character and leadership development program for Boston Public middle and high school students. In 2002, it founded the Trinity Boston Counseling Center (TBCC) to serve the mental health needs of individuals in a way that honors spirituality. In 2006, the Church founded Trinity Boston Foundation, which took over the management of both TEEP and TBCC and incorporated a running and character development program called Sole Train: Boston Runs Together. The Trinity Church building, a National Historic Landmark visited by more than 150,000 sightseers every year, has been featured in a PBS special, "Ten Buildings that Changed America."