Trinity's Mission and Outreach Committee seeks to explore community needs and develop ways to meet them, develop new local mission opportunities, build on current outreach programs, and consider support of other outreach missions beyond our local area.
The Care 'n Share Shop, located in the basement of the church, accepts donations of clothing and small household items to sell. Proceeds go to various opportunity missions. Check their page for shop hours.
G.R.A.C.E. Ministries provides encouragement, prayer and support to members who are homebound or are residents of nursing homes.
Amachi Project — Provides mentoring services to a very special group of Camden county’s children - those with a parent currently or formerly incarcerated.
Cathedral Kitchen — Provides approximately 8,000 hot nutritious meals to the poor and hungry of Camden as well as job training and a healthy after-school snack program for children.
CONTACT Community Help Lines —Non-profit volunteer-based service that offers a 24-hour help line, the addictions hotline of NJ, and a telephone reassurance for the elderly.
CROP Walk — Raises money to feed the hungry around the world and is a fun activity for the whole family.
Food Collection— A church wide collection of canned goods and small household items are delivered regularly to the Cherry Hill Food Pantry and Food Bank of South Jersey to help low income families.
Habitat for Humanity, Metro Camden — An ecumenical Christian housing ministry in Camden, working to provide decent, low cost housing.
Homeless Hospitality /IHOC — A network of congregations in Camden County coordinates to house and feed homeless men during the winter months. The project involves approximately 150 volunteers.
R & M Boarding Home —A residence in Chesilhurst, NJ that houses men and women unable to care for themselves. Trinity groups visit the residents monthly with food, music, entertainment, and gifts/care kits.
Urban Promise Ministries —Equips Camden's children and young adults with the skills necessary for academic achievement, life management, spiritual growth and Christian leadership.
Work Trips — Trinity's Senior Highs travel yearly to communities to serve people in need. An adult group has built homes in the Gulf Coast and with Habitat for Humanity in Camden. Future trips are planned.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women helping each other to recover from alcoholism.
Alzheimers Support Group is for spouses or partners of individuals who are suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.