Are you in need of care?

Prayer Ministry

Members of Trinity gather each week in our prayer chapel to pray for the needs of our congregation, community, and the world. Lavender prayer request cards are located outside of the prayer chapel and in the pew racks in sanctuary. Fill one out and drop it into the box outside of the prayer chapel—or make a request online.

Pray without ceasing.  1 Thessalonians 5:17 ESV

Stephen Ministry

Trinity is a Stephen Ministry congregation. Stephen Ministers are lay people trained by Stephen Leaders to offer confidential, high-quality, one-to-one Christian care to people going through a difficult time in life – experiencing grief, divorce, job loss, chronic or terminal illness, or some other life crisis.  A Stephen Minister is a compassionate companion – a caring Christian friend who provides emotional and spiritual support once a week for about an hour. When life becomes stressful, a Stephen Minister will listen without judgment, support you without strings, and care without ceasing. For more information about the program, visit Stephen Ministries.

Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ. Galatians 6:2 ESV

Care Pan Ministry

Trinity takes the physical welfare of our members to heart. Are you recovering from an illness? Did you just have a baby? Are you home-bound? Trinity can provide an occasional meal to those in need of a bit of care.

Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing.  1 Thessalonians 5:11 ESV

Stephen Ministry: A Ministry of Caring

Stephen Ministry, an important part of our Caring Core ministries, began at Trinity in 1987. Over the years, dozens of Trinity members have gone through the 50 hours of training for this Christ-centered one-on-one caring ministry. Several Trinity members...

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Stephen Ministers: The “After People”

People often ask, “What exactly is a Stephen Minister?” One way to put it is that Stephen Ministers are the “After People.” Stephen Ministers offer high-quality, one-to-one Christian care to people going through tough times: . . . after the phone call you hoped you’d...

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