Change a life and the world with your serving hands
Trinity is a center for missions and outreach that stretches our church, transforms it participants, and brings care, aid, support and the Good News of God’s love and grace in Jesus Christ to all. This missional outreach extends next door, across town and to the farthest parts of the earth. Our goal is to for you to connect in a way that's relevant and meaningful to you, as well as those you're helping. Plus, it's a great way to feel more connected with your Trinity family. Whether you have an hour a week, or a week of hours to give, you can Make A Difference.
Acorn clinic, ALERT, Sunday Worship Services and more
Kids Count in Alachua County, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, has a simple mission – to help elementary children reach their full potential. In 2008 the Kids Count at Faith UMC after school program was founded to serve elementary students who attend Rawlings Elementary with academic support, social skill building, and engaging enrichment. In August 2012, Kids Count opened another site at the Rotary Mentor Center to support children who attend Williams Elementary. Like the original program, this site is in operation three days per week serving children in K-3rd grades with wonderful programming that inspires, challenges, and enriches. Volunteers play a very important role in Kids Count programs. The hours of operation for each site:
IHN's goal is to provide immediate shelter while equipping families with the knowledge and resources they need to sustain their independence in a home of their own.
The mission of IHN of Greater Gainesville is to mobilize community resources and local congregations to provide, through compassionate care, shelter, meals and case management to homeless Children & their families. IHN believes no family should have to spend the night on the streets. IHN unites and coordinates the collaborative efforts of volunteers from all faiths to house, feed, and transport homeless families. The families are housed in area houses of worship. Many of you volunteer so that Trinity can provide food, shelter and transportation for homeless families through the IHN.
Volunteers visit Lowell Correctional Facility to record mothers imprisoned there reading books. The books are then given to their children so they can still read with their moms.
6:35 pm, Contemporary (Chapel)
8:15 am, Prayer & Praise
9:40 am, Sonlight Youth Choir and Band
11:00 am, Family Traditions
9:40 am, 2nd Sunday of each month (Order of St. Luke Healing Service; a worship service focused on healing ministry)