International Mission Trips
run a weekly Vacation Bible school for 200 children, serve meals and help out in communities wherever there is a need.
We are now collecting new men’s and women’s winter gloves (in the box in the upper Parish Hall) to support the Worcester County Fellowship serving the homeless.
Some of the local ministries supported by Trinity include:
- The Daily Bread Food Pantry
- The Winterhaven Shelter for the Homeless
- The New Hope Shelter
- The Salvation Army
- Food baskets for Thanksgiving
- Food baskets and gifts for Christmas
In the wider world, Trinity has contributed to:
We also sponsor Operation Christmas Child, through Samaritan’s Purse, sending shoeboxes of gifts and Good News to children around the world.
We sponsor the ongoing Bottles for Mission drive, which sends deposit money collected to local ministries. We are collecting the fronts of used greeting cards to send to St Jude’s Ranch for Children, for its Born Again Card program. We also sponsor the annual Parish Ministry Fair, held the fourth Sunday in September.
The Mission Committee meets on the third Sunday of each month, after the 10:00 service, in the Parish Hall.
Volunteer, help out or request more information.
The United Thank Offering
The power of the “Blue Box” is unlimited. It can be used at home, in the car, or at workout. Using it can be a spiritual time for the whole family, as we pray and reflect about the important work of this program. So many people benefit from the “Power of the Blue Box”.
The National UTO home page has more information.
The UTO Prayer
Source of all creation, all love, and all true joy: Accept, we pray, these outward signs of our profound and continuing thankfulness for all of life. Bless those who will benefit from these gifts through the outreach of the United Thank Offering, and keep each of us thankful for all the blessings of joy and challenge that come our way; through Him who is the greatest gift and blessing of all, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen
Change The Babies
The Mampong Babies Home is home to twenty to thirty infants whose mothers have died in childbirth. Many children remain there four to five years until they are healthy and strong, and their families are able to care for them.
Trinity’s annual goal is to donate $1500 per year which is Mampong Babies Home’s cost of caring for a baby from birth to five years old. Fundraising is held throughout the year and individual donations are received toward the goal of $1500.