Trinity currently partners with 22 different organizations in our community.
Trinity seeks to match the passions of our members and attendees with the missions of our Community
Ministry Partners so that we might all Explore, Connect, Grow and Serve on a life-long journey of faith.
Each of our Community Ministry Partners has a Trinity member as a representative. If you wish to explore
opportunities to serve for a particular Community Ministry Partner, please contact the Trinity representative.
Click on the ministry to learn more and find out how to contact the Trinity representative:
- Blind Children’s Learning Center
- Christian Outreach in Action (COA)
- Family Promise of Orange County
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) – Foothill High School
- Habitat for Humanity
- H.O.M.E.S. Inc. (Helping Our Mentally Ill Experience Success)
- Home for Refugees, USA
- La Semilla Learning Center
- Laurel House
- Livingwell Pregnancy Center
- Living Stones Ministries / TAG
- Mary’s Path
- Orange County Jail Ministry (Gleaners)
- Orange County Rescue Mission
- Safe Families for Children
- The Sheepfold
- Southwest Community Center
- THINK Together
- Trinity English Center
- Young Life – Tustin Area
- Wavecrest – Friends of L’Arche (Abraham House)
If you would like to serve on the Community Ministry Team please call 714.505.6254 x158.
Ongoing Opportunities to Serve
If you would like to receive emails as future service opportunities become available, please email email@example.com.
Education & Tutoring
Do you have a passion for serving the underprivileged and at-risk youth of your community?
Whether you aid ESL or blind students, you can make a difference to the students, teachers and
classrooms with whom Trinity partners in our community.
Jesus exhorts us to have personal involvement in caring for others. As Christ became flesh and
made His dwelling among us, you too can use your resources to meet others’ immediate needs
for food, clothing, housing, safety, education, and so on.
We take the time and energy to care for those who need it most — the mentally disabled,
weak, and distraught in our community that so often get pushed aside.