100 Years of Trinity: Volunteers

This summer Trinity is celebrating 100 years! That’s 100 years of stories, experiences, individuals, and God’s faithfulness in the life and ministry of Trinity. Leading up to our July 14 celebration, check the bulletin or the blog for stories from Trinity’s history. You might just learn something you didn’t already know.

Did you know that, on average, 40 individuals volunteer their time and skills each Sunday morning during the summer months?

Some of those volunteers are greeters and ushers, coffee servers, nursery providers, worship and tech volunteers, adult education facilitators, and deacons. 

During the school year, when there are three services and kids/youth Sunday School, that number jumps to an average of 70 volunteers each Sunday morning. An additional 60 volunteers help with Wednesday night activities throughout the year, including Lighthouse Kids and Youth Group. 

Many individuals, including elders and deacons, participate in and lead various ministry and service teams at Trinity. Volunteers lead adult programming throughout the week. Others serve as Life Group leaders or help in preparing and serving Wednesday night meals. Many volunteer their time with food preparation for college meals, new member brunches, and the freezer meal ministry. Others volunteer their time with special cleaning projects or setting up for programming and events. And most of the outdoor yard work is completed by volunteers. 

We believe that the church is not a building, itís the people. People with unique gifts and passions that when brought together, make ministry happen. It takes all kinds of people with all kinds of gifts to do ministry at Trinity. 

We all have unique gifts to bring to the table. We encourage you to bring what gifts you have to get connected and find a place to serve. To get involved, visit connectwithtrinity.com/serve