We’re here to walk with you in life’s difficult moments
Feelings of loneliness are especially real at this moment in history. Even as Trinity has opened back up for in-person worship, you may feel like the church friends you once saw regularly are nowhere to be found. Your church is still here for you!
If you find yourself needing to talk with someone, contact the church at 303-839-1493 or email@example.com. We will connect you to a staff member or to one of our care team members who have offered to reach out to those experiencing loneliness and isolation.
If you need immediate help due to thoughts of suicide or a mental health crisis, please contact one of the following:
- Colorado Crisis Services: 1-888-493-TALK(8255) or www.metrocrisisservices.org to chat
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
- Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741 for free, 24/7 crisis support in the U.S.
Congregational care offers support through pastoral care offered by our pastor and volunteers. Whether you are experiencing a health crisis, a loss, stress or overwhelm, have become homebound, or face another of life’s difficulties, you do not have to face it alone. Let us know if you would like support by contacting us. We will talk with you further about how we can best care for you.
Surgery & Hospitalization
If you are preparing for surgery or are hospitalized, we can pray with and provide spiritual support for you. Contact us by calling the church office at (303) 839-1493 or send an email.
Trinity Quilters create quilts that are then prayed over by members of the congregation. These quilts are available to Trinity members and attenders who are in need of prayer due to illness, loss, or other reasons. Contact us if you would like a prayer quilt for yourself or a loved one.