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MiSSion

While we nurture our "inward" journey of spiritual grounding and growth, we are also called out, beyond ourselves, to the outward work of mission and ministry, to work with God for justice, peace, and love. Much of our mission happens in the context of our House Churches and Marks Groups (learn more here), though we also have opportunities to participate and support in other mission work throughout the year. Many of or members are deeply involved in other important community groups, and our financial groups - both from the budget and from special contributions - support a range of ministries, both from the local to the global.

A list of our current ministry groups can be found here. If you'd like to join one, you can fill out this connect form. We also invite everyone to complete a "Time and Talent" survey each year, indicating ways you'd like to be involved in the work and ministry of the church. This form can also be completed online.

The Clothes Closet at Trinity is one of our longest running missions. For more information, click here.

Our current goal:

This Easter season, we have set a goal of raising $1000, the cost of purchasing a complete Shelter Box through the organization ShelterBox. They provide necessary living supplies and shelter to individuals and families who have been displaced by violence or natural disasters. Donations in lieu of flowers at Easter will go toward this goal. Taking a page from our friends at Habitat for Humanity, we also encourage giving towards this special project that helps us reflect with gratitude on the shelter and security that we are lucky enough to enjoy. Use the calendar below as a suggested guide for your giving (Click on the calendar for a printable PDF version!). You can learn more about ShelterBox, and see all that is packed into each box here:

https://www.shelterboxusa.org/?gclid=CjwKCAjwuYWSBhByEiwAKd_n_vSGOFTCP5dO7Rk-i6Ebo8vPzQWPX9moJ7fZlKsejCl4VJGIQ4UkyRoCW8MQAvD_BwE

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