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Missions

From Bolivia to Beaumont, Trinity's heart lies with our missions. Here are a few ways Trinitarians are serving our community and shaping our world:

Feed My Sheep - The first Sunday of each month church members deliver sack lunches to the homeless.

God's Provision - The third Tuesday of every month, volunteers gather at Some Other Place from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm to serve a hot meal to the less fortunate. 

Trinity Army - Trinity volunteers help families who have limited financial resources with minor house repairs and build wheelchair ramps. Since 1993, the Trinity Army has built more than 400 wheel chair ramps!

Apostle's Build - Trinity volunteers join forces with many other churches in the community through Habitat for Humanity and help build a house for a deserving family.

Body in Mission - Each Spring, Trinitarians have the opportunity to blanket our community with more than 15 service projects. We partner with many non-profit agencies in order to do the most good. Body in Mission has projects for people of all ages and life stages including projects our children participate in as well. Click here for a list of our 2016 Body in Mission projects.

Festival of Lights - Every year at Christmas, Trinity volunteers adopt a local non profit agency. They decorate a Christmas tree for the organization and deliver items to the agency in need. 

Jamaica Mission Trip -  This September, Trinitarians will travel to Robin's Bay, Jamaica, located four hours from Montego Bay, to work with Annotto Bay Circuit of the Methodist Church of the Caribbean, as well as local schools and service agencies. Visit HERE for more information about the Jamaica Mission Trip.