Missions

Trinity Missions

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We are called to participate with God in the influence of culture. It is our conviction that this influence ought to be leveraged both inside and outside the church. We encourage our church to leverage their influence in their community, at work, in volunteer service and through missions in our city and beyond.

We are currently taking applications for our March 2017 mission to Haiti. Learn more on the event page or download the application now: Haiti Trip March 2017 Application


Partnerships & Friendships

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Trinity is engaged in a handful of key partnerships & friendships locally and around the globe. The relationships with our partners involve regular connection, resources and care in support of these amazing people doing good works around the world. Our friendships also allow us to get behind the good things happening in our community and abroad and allow Trinity to give support with a broad stroke. From supporting people called to short-term missions and causes, to providing financial support to those bringing beauty and restoration to culture, we are blessed and excited to play a role in the godly works being done throughout our city and world.


Missionary Support

We invite you to learn more about some of our partnerships:

PereValCarmelHaiti (Pere Val & Carmel)

Pere Val is an Episcopal priest in a suburb of Port-au-Prince and oversees four churches and schools scattered throughout the city footprint and surrounding areas. His wife Carmel is a nurse who coordinates a health clinic in each church community as well as a feeding program that has served over 10,000 children in the past decade. They have just completed the construction of a massive clinic that will serve people from a wide geographical area and the feeding program is sustained through sponsorships.

 

 

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Andy and Rachel, together with their 4 children Hannah, Charles, Jaden and Benjamin, serve full-time with Youth With A Mission (YWAM) in Moscow, Russia. YWAM’s mission statement is “To know God and to make Him known.” Andy and Rachel are doing that by training Russian missionaries for full-time service, leading others in praise and worship, and reaching out to the least of these in the mega-city of Moscow. Together with their team of 14 volunteers, they serve the homeless, prostitutes, gypsies and immigrants in practical and spiritual ways. Their vision is to see worship raised up and Russians taking the Gospel to the ends of the earth. They have both learned Russian and have demonstrated true commitment to this ministry and to the community around them. You can learn more about what Andy & Rachel are doing by visiting their website – www.ywammoscow.org.

 

Bible Smuggling (Melo)

Melo is a Bible smuggler who brings Bibles to churches and pastors located in countries that prohibit Christians from openly gathering to worship. Over the years he has delivered more than 70,000 Bibles and provided pastoral care, guidance and encouragement to the brave men and women leading the underground Church.