There are many active groups within Trinity's family who weave the threads of our spiritual lives into the fabric of the Church, our community, and the world. There's truly something for everyone here!
Feeding the Hungry
Trinity Church continues to provide meals year-round for those in need through Aquidneck Island’s Christian Action Center. On most days throughout the year at least one free meal is served somewhere on Aquidneck Island. In the basement of Carr-Rice, volunteers from Trinity serve a hot meal on the fourth and fifth Mondays of every month, September – May. During the summer, dinner is replaced by hearty bag lunches that are delivered to the McKinney Shelter on Meeting Street. Donations are gladly received! Items we regularly need include: Canned tomato sauce, elbow macaroni, canned beef broth, tomato paste, canned fruit and green beans, applesauce, mashed potato flakes, ground coffee, powdered lemonade mix, paper napkins, cold and hot cups, plastic dinner plates (divided for 3 servings), plastic utensils. Please donate only unopened, sealed, non-perishable items. Donations may be left in the tower room of the church.
Trinity Loving Community (TLC)
TLC serves the needs of those within our congregation and community who need pastoral care of any sort, from rides to friendly phone chats to Eucharistic visits to recognition of life's memorable occasions. Parishioners may call this month's coordinators with their needs.
Join us in supporting this vital ministry! For volunteering opportunities and training schedules, please contact the TLC facilitators:
Ministry of the Arts
The Ministry of the Arts of Trinity Church celebrates the God-given gifts that shine in the performing arts, music, dance, literature, and fine and practical arts, and thus joins a long tradition of artistic expressions of Christian faith, symbolized by our historic Church, lovingly built by human hands and hearts to the glory of God..
Through paid performances, exhibitions, and cultural events, the Ministry of the Arts will achieve the following goals:
To show ourselves welcoming and hospitable in a way consistent with our vision of growing a community of faith;
To use Trinity's campus for performances and exhibitions that are consistent with meeting the spiritual needs of the Aquidneck Island community through the arts;
To operate in a financially solvent way while also providing donations for local, national, and international non-profit agencies.
To join in the fun, or just ask questions, please contact:
The Trinity Youth Group meets regularly for fellowship and to plan upcoming activities. Gathering with youth from our neighboring parishes, Trinity's Junior and Senior High school students enjoy such memorable annual events as the 30-Hour Famine, Gifts for Teens, and the Giving Tree. Please look at the current Trinity Voice for the current events. For more information contact Youth Ministry Coordinators:
Trinity Garden Guild
Dedicated to the greening and flowering of Trinity's campus. Contact Martie Chadwick at 617-523-8419.