Join us Christmas Eve! Christmas Eve Services | Monday, Dec 24
4PM—A service for families with young children. Christmas carols and message. Childcare for infants and toddlers.
6PM—A family-friendly candlelight service with Christmas carols, children’s lesson, sermon and choir. Childcare for ages 5 & under.
8 & 10PM—Candlelight services with sermon, communion, Christmas carols and choir/soloists. No childcare.

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Breaking the cycle of poverty and homelessness by assisting homeless and low-income people regain stability and self-sufficiency. COA provides services to the homeless and underprivileged in the greater Long Beach area.  They serve a hot meal twice a day, provide groceries, household goods, and clothing to those in need, all of which is by the generosity of people in the community.

Trinity Contact: Leanne Martin (714.795.0215)



Eliminating inadequate and poverty housing as a witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Trinity Contact: Marc Eilenberg



Providing a temporary Christian home to teenagers in crisis and seeking reconciliation with their families.

Trinity Contact : Evan Jansen (949.394.4249)


714.247.7300    Facebook page:

OCRM’s mission is to minister the love of Jesus Christ to the Least, the Last and the Lost.

Volunteer Opportunities at the Village of Hope

“Introduction to Ministry Days” at the OC Rescue Mission
(Saturday Morning:  October 27) –
These are short-term service opportunities to allow you to learn about the OC Rescue Mission and the work done there, serve alongside other Trinity members, connect with people and have fun!  We will start with an introduction and overview of the Village of Hope and the OC Rescue Mission including how people from Trinity are serving.  This is a good way to explore possible regular service opportunities.

For more details, contact Michele Thiel ( or Craig Furniss (
2018 10 27 OCRM Serve Day Flyer

Kids’ Saturday Morning Basketball Clinic At OC Rescue Mission’s Village of Hope in Tustin
Saturdays 8:50-10:15am starting in October, join other Trinity members as we teach and play basketball
with kids who live at the Village of Hope in Tustin.  We use basketball as a way to encourage the kids and
teach them a weekly life skill.  God will touch your heart & provide you new perspective through these
kids and their joy despite some past difficult circumstances.  Many are without fathers so men are
especially welcomed for this opportunity.   We work in two teams of coaches on alternate Saturdays
so the commitment is just two Saturdays per month and you can trade days when you have conflicts.
Contact Gary Citron (

Trinity Contact: Craig Furniss (714.730.4060)


Safe Families for Children creates extended family through a community of devoted volunteers who are motivated by faith to keep children safe and families intact. Parents or guardians may be incapable of providing a safe and caring environment for their children, putting them at risk of abuse and neglect. Many families are isolated and extended family is nonexistent, or unable to help in times of crisis. Safe Families for Children seeks to fill this need.

Trinity Contact: Ashley Sparks -(714.856-2134) (



Providing shelter, food and clothing in Jesus’ name to abused and forsaken homeless women and children.

Trinity Contact: 


Providing supportive services to low-income families and homeless men, women and children to enable them to become self-sufficient.

We have upcoming opportunities to serve at Southwest Center.  We meet at Southwest Center in Santa Ana from 6:50 until 9:15 a.m. to prepare and serve breakfast for those in need.  Eight people are needed.  Please contact Steve Woesner at if you would like to attend on any of the following Saturdays in 2016:  April 9, June 11, August 13, October 8 or December 10.

Trinity Contact Person: Steve Woesner ( 714-227-5295)


Showing Christian love and practical help to newly arriving refugee families.

Trinity Contact: David Ujifusa (714.838.8684)

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