There are many ways to serve our community at Trinity. See the examples below and send us your interests on the service response form at the end of this page.
Church & Society
The Church & Society committee provides service opportunities within the community, and educates us as to how we can make a difference. Hands-on volunteering and donations help support SHARE, Christ House, Martha's Table, DC Scholars at Stanton Elementary School in Washington D.C., care packages for our troops and more. A collection drive is held each month for a designated organization.
Martha's Table's emergency food programs provide help to vulnerable populations by providing lunch and dinner daily to hundreds of homeless and low-income people, emergency grocery bags and weekday meals to 300 children and youth in their programs.
One Sunday a month, Trinity volunteers make bags of trail mix for weekday distribution by Martha's Table in Washington, D.C. The snack bag assembly line is fun and makes a difference in the lives of hundreds of people in our community.
For more information about the Martha's Table programs, visit www.marthastable.org.
Sign-up to help with bread pick up, kitchen assistance, and delivering the sandwiches.
Crafts for a Cause
Trinity's craft group meets twice a month on Monday evenings to make comfort items used in local hospitals and shelters. They also make dresses and dolls in Uganda. They also host a craft bazaar in the Fall to raise funds for the material costs of the projects. All adults are welcome to participate. Materials and instruction are provided. Sometimes there are tasks that can be completed at home, too. Take a look at our current events and projects here. For more information, please contact Molly Sprouse.
This committee is dedicated to funding and providing individuals to work in areas of the world where building and rebuilding is needed. In June 2008, this group worked through a United Methodist Disaster Recovery Ministry in Louisiana to rebuild homes destroyed by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. In Spring 2010, a team of 10 people worked with a children's orphanage in Guatemala. Since then, our mission in the world has extended to Ethiopia and Honduras. Read more about our mission trips on the Mission page and blog. Contact: Chris and Dan Moore.
Heifer Project International
For more than 60 years, Heifer's proven approach has helped people obtain a sustainable source of food, income, shelter and education. Contribution to the Heifer Project is an initiative of our Sunday School Classes.
American Red Cross Blood Drive
Every day, blood is required to help save the lives of accident victims, patients with Cancer and other diseases, as well as those undergoing surgeries.
Habitat for Humanity
Trinity has partnered with the McLean Interfaith Coalition to provide financial support, lunches and work crews for Habitat for Humanity. If you want to get on Trinity's Habitat mailing list or want to join us, contact the church office.
Rise Against Hunger
Visit www.raiseagainsthunger.org to learn more
This Christian child advocacy helps more than 1 million children in 24 countries who suffer from spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty. See how you can sponsor a child at: www.compassion.com
Contact the church office to learn more about getting involved in these community ministries.