Serving Our Community
outreach work area
The "working hands" of our church. Outreach Work Area, coordinates efforts to be in ministry in the community and within the church. Outreach provides ways for people of all ages at Trinity to be involved, hands-on, in ministry with homeless, prisoner's families, elderly, and poor and marginalized persons through local mission activity. It also provides information and stewardship emphasis on dedication of time and talents for service with and for our local church ministries.
A mobile disaster relief initiative providing meals for emergency workers and victims of both small and large disasters. Our trailer contains a full kitchen and hot meals are prepared on site. We work in conjunction with other Methodist relief organizations and are ready to deploy at very short notice.
way of hope
On the second Friday of each month, Trinity hosts The Way of Hope, a local non-profit ministry partnering with local churches to offer nighttime shelter for homeless single women and single mothers and thier children.
Groups and individuals in the church are needed to help provide supper, breakfast and sack lunches, and to spend the night at the church. To help or get more information, please contact Sandy Bugg or Nancy Long.
The Way of Hope has partnered with 18 local churches from different denominations. They help us provide emergency shelter, overnight supervision, meals, clothing, supplies, transportation, financial support and other forms of services to help meet the needs of the women and children in the program.
ministries and public care
The Way of Hope has partnered with 8 local ministries and public care providers. Through these programs, the women in the program can receive hot lunches, showers, laundry facilitites, computer and phone use, a mailbox and skill classes, among other things.
continuum of vcare
The Way of Hope emergency shelter program is a member of and has been endorsed by the Continuum of Care with a coalition of care providers for the homeless of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County.
Shepherd's Heart is a home school coop that meets at Trinity on Mondays throughout the school year. We welcome and support Shepherd's Heart as a way of partnering with and showing our love to our children and community.
Trinity maintains a food pantry to help provide emergency assistance to our neighbors who need food for themselves and their families. You can bring your donations to the basket located in the hallway outside the church office. The following food items are always needed and appreciated.
- Canned Meats
- Peanut Butter
- Canned vegetables
- Canned fruit
- Powdered milk
- Baby food
- Pasta and sauce
Trinity Food Pantry
Boy Scout Troop 448 has been proudly chartered/sponsored by Trinity's United Methodist Men since 1961.
To learn more about the Boy Scout Troop, see the website at bsatroop448.com.
Girl Scout Troop 1440 meets at Trinity each week.
For more information on girl scouts, please call the church office at 615-896-0413.