Missions: Within Trinity's Walls

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Capitol Hill Community Services Lunch Program at Trinity

In July 2006, Trinity invited Capitol Hill Community Services to offer hot lunches in Fellowship Hall. This service provides the homeless and indigent with nutritious meals that help them get back on their feet. Serving an average of 200 meals on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday throughout the year, this program uses volunteers from area schools, as well as Trinity, to serve and clean up. If you would like to help with this program, call the church office.

Contact: John Love, (303) 847-8239

Early Response Team

Early Response Teams (ERTs) fill a specific need in the early days after a disaster to clean out flood-damaged homes, remove debris, place tarps on homes, and otherwise help prevent further damage while providing a caring Christian presence. ERTs are not a first-response group of emergency workers, nor are they recovery, rebuild or repair teams.

Trinity Contact: Bob Dorroh, (303) 778-8579

English as a Second Language

This program was begun by a number of Trinity members and most tutors are part of Trinity's congregation. Skill in another language is not necessary, nor is previous ESL experience. Tutors have worked with students from many different countries. On-site training and materials are available. Financial support comes from the congregation.

Volunteer to tutor twice a week for twelve weeks, two hours per session. No prior experience needed!

Contact: Cynthia Mousel, (303) 377-8198

Military Ministry

Trinity's Military Ministry was established in 2011 to support our troops overseas. Our ministry has grown in projects and members ever since. Our purpose is to support the men and women serving and sacrificing for our beloved country and their families, while we continue praying for peace.

Current Projects:

  • Operation Homefront—school supplies were distributed in donated back-packs to military children of active duty lower rank personnel who are on tight budgets.
  • Care packages are sent oversees several times per year.
  • Fisher House—The Military Ministry has provided evening meals to the families of hospitalized veterans staying at the Fisher House. It is a special treat for both team members and Fisher House guests when we share a meal together to visit and have fellowship. Members of the Military Mission team also planted a vegetable garden for use by anyone staying at Fisher House.

he Military Ministry and Trinity's Prayer Team pray for our men and women in the military. Check out the bulletin board outside of Fellowship Hall for updates and pictures.

Contact: Clark Rheem, (720) 837-7775

Trinity Knitters

Trinity Knitters is a group of individuals who make scarves and hats, either knitted or crocheted. These items are then given to various organizations for distribution to those who need to keep themselves warm during the cold weather.

Some of the organizations we have given items to are:

  • The lunch program held at Trinity
  • Denver Rescue Mission
  • The Gathering Place
  • Samaritan House
  • Women's Bean Project
  • Hats for infants and children at Children's Hospital

All these organizations, as well as individuals we come in contact with, are very grateful for these handmade items.

Contact: Claudia Jones, (720) 341-1090

Trinity SOS (Save Our Siblings)

Trinity SOS is a group of women and men whose mission is to end the commercial exploitation of people, better known as slavery or human trafficking, by changing our culture to one of love.

Ten Trinity members came together in March 2016, appalled at the injustice that is happening in our own backyards. Denver is a major city for human trafficking, specifically for the trafficking of young women forced to work in the sex industry. Our intention is to educate the public and raise money for anti-human trafficking organiations.

Current Projects:

  • Prayer to empower those in human trafficking to escape and to empower ourselves to help them.
  • Becoming known in the community, both within and outside of Trinity.
  • Inviting speakers to educate us and the Trinity congregation on human trafficking.
  • Being aware and actively involved with legislation.
  • Small projects in groups that further our mission.
  • Book studies to inspire us and teach us how to make a difference.
  • Concerts to raise awareness and money.

We invite you to join us with your presence and ideas at our regular meetings held the first Sunday of each month, from 12:30 to 2 p.m., in the Heritage Room (Level 3). At the meeting, we will have lunch, pray, do an activity and divide into smaller groups to take on projects in which we can make a difference.

Contacts: Mber Rose Love, (720) 364-9066

Rev. Lee Anderson-Harris, (303) 839-1493x11