Centered on its mission statement, Trinity’s ministries focus on three areas of the life of Christian discipleship: worship, spiritual growth, and service.
Worship Our two worship services provide joyous and enriching ways to celebrate God’s presence in our lives. Our Sunday morning worship is both traditionally grounded in the customary liturgy of the Episcopal Church yet inspired with spirit led music and preaching. Wednesday evening invites us through contemplate holy Scripture through meditative music and silence while wrapping the celebration of the Eucharist is contemporary engaging music. In each worship opportunity prayer grounds us, scripture enlightens and challenges us, and the sacrament of God’s Table feeds us as we are launched back out into the world as Christ’s own.
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Spiritual Growth Being called into the life of Christian discipleship means adopting a life long pattern of growing. Education opportunities, spiritual practices, and informal small groups are all ways for us to pursue this life of ever-deepening our hearts and souls in the love of God. Education opportunities are offered on Sunday mornings for children and adults, while Wednesday evening offers seasonal offerings on a variety of topics. We currently offer Centering Prayer on Wednesday mornings as one spiritual practice that benefits from having a group of supporters. And one will quickly find friends and neighbors in our many ministries who will want to share more time together as Christian friends in various small groups.
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Service To “share the healing we find in Christ”, Trinity pursues a variety of sharing ministries.
Three times a year we put together the Holiday Hot Meals program, where we deliver hot meals to an average of 275 people in the greater Warren and Forest County communities who would otherwise have no hot meal to enjoy on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter.
We maintain an emergency food pantry for those in need of essentials. We provide non-perishable food to assist in you an emergency situation. In addition we have a diaper and women’s hygiene products ministry that helps collect and distribute those essentials that are not covered by food stamps. Distribution is the 2nd and 4th Wednesday between 2 – 5 pm each month. Click here for more information on Diapers and Such.
Anti-Child Trafficking (ACT) Ministry serves to educate and inform the public about the prevalence of child trafficking. We provide public speakers and information so you can protect children, identify possible trafficking situations, and provide support to children who have been trafficked or are vulnerable to trafficking. Call the office to schedule a speaker or for more information.
Our ACT Ministry and the Warren Zonta Club are partnering with Free The Girls in collecting new/gently used bras. Bra donations will be used as start-up inventory for survivors to sell in shops/markets. Not only has Free The Girls provided inventory for women to start their own business they offer sobriety counseling, job skills training, trauma therapy, and other services. More information is posted on the bulletin board with a basket for donations in the entryway. Any questions please contact Diane Brant.
Each Christmas Season we participate in the Operation Christmas Child ministry that sends shoe boxes full of toys and goodies to needy children around the world. And we host a variety of short term ministry opportunities throughout the year as we identify needs in our community.