"One A Month" - New Ministry with Brinkley Heights
For several years, Trinity has partnered with Brinkley Heights in their food pantry ministry. This ministry provides a 3 day emergency food supply for individuals and families in need. We have several Trinity members who volunteer on a regular basis at the Brinkley Heights Food Pantry. Supplies for this ministry come from the Memphis Food Bank and from donations. Very often the Food Bank does not have sufficient stocks of certain items to meet the needs. To help alleviate these shortages Trinity is starting "One a Month" to help collect those items most often needed. Each month, we will collect one food item for the month and we are asking that you bring 1 can/jar of that item every Sunday in that month. There will be designated containers in the gym foyer and at the doors where you can leave your item each week. It is a small thing for each of us to do that will have far reaching results.
- 15 oz. can of Beans
- Peanut Butter
- Canned Fruit
- Canned Beans
Click here to see Where our Local Missions Offering Go and Who They help.
Trinity's gift to our Mid- South Community. www.thealpinevillage.org
Financial assistance to Trinity members, who are experiencing financial stress: includes assistance with utilities, food, mortgage and rent.
Trinity Baptist has partnered with Brazil to assist with discipleship, training and assisting local congregations. Click here for pictures.
Brinkley Heights Ministries provides a variety of services to inner-city, low income families. Services include tutoring, food pantry, clothes closet and spiritual counseling. Trinity has been involved extensively with construction throughout Brinkley Heights. www.brinkleyheights.com
Career Transition Team
Frank Davison facilitates group from Trinity Baptist and Mid-South Community. The group offers support, computer skills, connections for those who are experiencing career transitions. If interested in participating, please contact Tommy Simons, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Church Without Doors - Ministers to the homeless in downtown Memphis.
Ministry groups depart from Trinity, following 2nd Service, every 5th Sunday. Church Without Door offers , food, clothing and spiritual nourishment to community who gather at Court Park, across the street from Fed Ex Forum, downtown Memphis. We minister every 5th Sunday--rain or shine. If interested in participating, please contact Tommy. If interested in participating, contact Billy Cox email@example.com
Common Ground Memphis
Twice per year, Trinity participates in Common Ground Memphis- www.commongroundmemphis.org
Groups from different backgrounds and culture meet for dialogue and understanding. At the conclusion of this 7 week study, groups form 'action teams' to assist our Mid-South Community. If interested in participating- Check out Common Ground's Web Site or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This group offers support for families going through transitions of divorce and separation. Please email: email@example.com for more information.
Getting Past Your Grief
The group is offered to all who are walking through grief and loss. Individuals gather on an informal basis and attempts to meet at a convenient time for your schedule. If you are interested, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hospital Support Team Trinity's team regularly visits Trinity members, family and homebound members. If you are interested in encouraging others during moments of transition, loss and extended hospitalization, please email Tommy- email@example.com
Trinity is presently involved with mission ministry to Brazil, Jordan and Guatemala. Mission groups are sent sporadically throughout the year. If you are interested in participating or receiving further information- please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Knitting Group Ministry
Create prayer shawls and caps for nearby clinics and hospitals. If your interested in participating, please contact email@example.com
Family Promise of Memphis (formerly Memphis Interfaith Hospitality Network)
Provides shelter, food and housing job search assistance to families with no place to live. Homeless families reside at Trinity Baptist Church three to four weeks per year. www.improvememphis.org
Trinity Baptist Church is dually aligned with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and Southern Baptist Convention.
Nursing Home Ministry
The first Thursday of each month, 10:30am Trinity provides worship services for residents of Jewish Nursing Home.
Facilitated by Dr. John Gilbert. If you are interested in assisting Dr. Gilbert, please email Tommy, firstname.lastname@example.org
Puppet Team Ministry
Trinity's puppet team has ministered throughout the Mid-South. Tommy Heady has facilitated this Ministry Team for the past several years. The puppet team, named Fingers of God, practice each Sunday afternoon, preparing for "ministry concerts", in church and ministry settings. Our team is available for mission projects from the suburbs to inner city, using their gifts to teach truth, bring laughter, joy and insight to children of all ages. If interested in participating, please email email@example.com.
Seed Company Partnership
The Seed Company translates and introduces scripture to people groups in Africa. www.theseedcompany.org
Tennessee Baptist Children's Home
Trinity's Children's Ministry has supported The Baptist Children's Home with actively participating with residents and financial support. www.tbch4kids.org
Women Ablaze - Memphis, Tennessee
Women ablaze is a ministry dedicated to serving at risk women who are incarcerated, released or homeless by providing training and helping to develop life skills to assist in transition to stability. If you are interested in connecting with Women Ablaze, please contact Tommy, firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Missionary Union
More information available here
Women's Prison Ministry
Trinity Baptist actively supports the Storybook Tape ministry. Contact email@example.com
Trinity's Deacons facilitate monthly fellowship for the residents of Youth Villages. Youth Villages is dedicated to helping emotionally and behaviorally troubled children and their families live successfully. Check Youth Villages out- www.youthvillages.org. If interested in assisting with monthly fellowship, contact Tommy Simons at firstname.lastname@example.org.