Molly's House

Volunteers from church youth groups, schools and colleges, and groups of friends return year after year to Trinity to serve in New Orleans. Molly's House provides a safe and comfortable home away from home to those who come to contribute to the ongoing care of this beloved city.


2119 Coliseum Street
New Orleans, LA 70130

Molly's House is located directly across the street from Trinity Episcopal Church.


  • Visitors must be a minimum age of 13 years to stay at Molly's House.
  • A chaperone of age 25 or older is required for all groups with members age 21 and under. 
  • Molly's House can accommodate a maximum of 22 people.

First Floor
  • Large lounge and game area
  • ADA half-bath
  • 10-person bunkroom with an attached restroom containing two showers, two sinks, a urinal, and a private toilet stall.
Second Floor
  • Kitchen and Dining
  • Laundry Nook
  • 12-person bunkroom with an attached restroom containing two showers, two sinks, and two private toilet stalls. 

  • Linens (Mattress Topper, Pillows, Sheets, Towels)
  • Washer and Dryer
  • Fully-Equipped Kitchen
  • Complimentary WIFI
  • Passenger Elevator
  • Spacious Covered Porches
  • Gated Yard


Check-in is at 4:00pm. Check-out is at 9:00am.


The cost is $35 per night, per person, with a $300 per night minimum. A non-refundable deposit of $300 is required to secure your group's reservation. Reservations must be canceled at least two weeks before scheduled arrival time to receive a refund (less $300 non-refundable deposit). 


Trinity's youth ministry uses the first floor lounge area for regular youth events. If your group is staying at Molly's House at the same time as a scheduled youth event, there will be restricted access to the first floor common area during that time.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Are service animals allowed?

Service animal accommodations are considered on a case-by-case basis with an additional damage deposit.

Are meals included in our stay?

No meals are provided. Molly's House has a full kitchen, stocked with dinnerware, glasses, silverware, cookware and cooking utensils for your use. 

Are linens provided?

Yes, sheets and towels are provided, and each bunk bed has its own foam mattress topper and pillow.

Can you help us setup mission opportunities?

Visiting groups are responsible for setting up their own mission opportunities in New Orleans. 

To inquire about serving with our in-house feeding ministry, Trinity Loaves and Fishes, contact Aaron Taylor at


Check availability on the calendar, then send us information about your group and preferred dates. Reservations are not confirmed until the reservation deposit is collected.

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