Taking steps to become more like jesus
At Trinity, we are engaging people to be fully alive in Christ. From this vision, serving others is the overflow of discipleship, meeting the needs of our local community and congregation.
As a result, serving others helps us grow and mature as followers as Jesus.
“I have set you an example that you should do as I have done for you.” –John 13:15
What people are saying . . .
Dan says . . .
“Serving at Trinity has exposed me to some of the most devoted, God-fearing people I have ever met. I feel that this made me want to be more like Jesus.”
Jeanine says . . .
“I pray to do the will of God and be used in His body. When I serve, it is just a little stitch in the grand tapestry of His body and I feel a beautiful connection to Jesus.”
Juliet says . . .
“Serving has helped me develop meaningful and supportive relationships with other followers of Christ and has helped grow my faith, humility, and generosity as I serve others within the community and church . . .”
We believe that service opportunities provide needed perspective by reminding us to be more like Jesus, “to serve and not to be served” (Matthew 20:28). Below are several projects to help you get plugged into the community.
OC Rescue Mission
Oct 29 @8:30-11:30AM
service projects coming soon!
Double R Ranch
May 21 @9AM-2PM
Habitat for Humanity
Jul 9 @7:30AM-3:30PM
OC Rescue Mission
Aug 27 @8:30-11:30AM
Click to learn more about Outreach Ministry
Rev. Mike Kenyon
Mike has a passion to help disciples of Jesus integrate the truth of God’s Word into their everyday lives. He enjoys equipping people of all ages and cultural backgrounds, to experience a vibrant relationship with Jesus (grounded in prayer) and to help individuals share the good news of the gospel in whatever setting God calls them. Having grown up in poverty, Mike has a heart to empower people to understand the spiritual and physical needs of the poor; and thereby respond in Christian love and service. Mike received his MDiv at Rockbridge Theological Seminary (having completed much of his course work at Fuller Theological Seminary). He enjoys playing basketball, tennis, singing in choral groups and filmmaking. Mike and his wife Allison have two children; Austin and Kylie.