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Clothes Closet

It takes a village of volunteers!

Please see our church policy on Covid before attending the Clothes Closet: 

Trinity's Clothes Closet has been a House Church mission for decades, and now continues as a Mission Group. Every single Wednesday, the Commons area at church is transformed into a free clothes closet. Clothing of all kinds is available on a first come, first served basis, free of charge. The Closet is open 6:30-7:30pm every Wednesday night.  Individuals who are unable to come on Wednesday nights for clothing may contact the church for specific need requests. Donations are accepted at the church during normal business hours (Monday through Friday, 10:00-3:00) or by appointment by calling 540-434-9556.

If you have a group that would like an easy but meaningful volunteer opportunity, contact us! We can facilitate this volunteer experience as a one-time event or on a more semi-regular schedule.  For more information, contact the church office at 540-434-9556.

Please check WHSV for closing announcements in case of inclement weather. If the Harrisonburg City Schools are closed the day of the Clothes Closet, the Clothes Closet will also be closed.

We are grateful to the many volunteers who work each week for this ministry, including volunteers from Trinity Presbyterian Church, Muhlenburg Lutheran Church, Youth of Harrisonburg Baptist Church, and UKirk students. We always welcome new volunteers! If you would like to sign up to volunteer in the coming months, please call Martha Kleckner at 540-420-4930


Clothes closet switchover day

Image by Lucas Hoang

It's that time of year! Spring has sprung, which means it's time to switch out the Clothes Closet from winter to summer clothes. Ten volunteers are needed on Saturday, April 6, from 9am to noon. Pizza will be provided! Please go to the signup link below to volunteer. Thanks in advance!

Looking to help volunteer at the Clothes Closet to help our community members? See what opportunities we have available on our "What's Happening Now" page, or contact Martha Kleckner at

Image by Nick de Partee
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