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Care & Prayer

Dear Church Family,

Trinity is known for being a place of deeply caring relationships. What a particularly special gift this is in times of change, when sorrow or challenge comes into our lives, or in times of need.

At Trinity we want to be more than a name knowing fellowship; we aim to be a need knowing fellowship – to know deeply one another’s needs, and to serve one another in love.

The Deacon’s Community Pantry hosts food and paper drives throughout the year in order to support our Community Ministry Partners.  Contact David DeBerry 714.640.4525 or

Trinity’s Care and Prayer Ministries work to offer care to our church family, our extended families and our community. We also work to serve Trinity’s Small Groups, Support Groups (Caregivers, Alzheimers, GriefShare, Truth & Grace, NAMI, Hope’s Nest & Beyond Grief), Sunday School Classes and Ministry teams with resources and ideas, as we all care for and pray for one another.

Here to serve you are the teams listed on these following pages. Please feel free also to call Elders John Roberts or Terry Bell Parish Nurse Nancy AmoAssistant Pastor Rev. Roger Purdy, or Rev. Dr. Steve Miller, Associate Pastor for Care Ministries.

And… if you have a heart to serve in these caring ministries, please join us!

Deacons’ Assistance Fund

This fund provides confidential financial assistance to Trinity members during times of temporary financial crisis. Assistance is typically given to cover basic living expenses such as food, housing, utilities, transportation or medical costs. Gifts may be given to this ministry fund by using the green pew envelopes or the personalized giving envelopes mailed to the home with the Deacons’ Assistance Fund specifically designated.

For more info. contact Deacon Patty Orton  or Mary 714.505.6254 x102. Click here to give online. Click Assistance Fund Application to print an application for assistance. Return completed applications to Mary Hellman in the church office.

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