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 Trinity Church's mission to Love God, Love Others and Help Others Know and Love God extends from our city to around the world. We are involved in many countries and in multiple capacities throughout our four Focus Areas.

We participate financially with the following ministry partners as we designate “Trinity Missions” in our financial giving.


Trinity Missions begins in our community because we believe that the light that shines furthest, shines brightest nearest home. Join us in these partnerships that include providing funding as well as being involved in hands-on ministry. Our local ministry partnerships include:

Trinity partners with eight American missionary families working with local churches in Central Europe to share the love of Jesus with the people of Bosnia, Croatia, Czech, Hungary, and Lithuania. Several of these families are directly involved with Ukrainian refugees. Join us in prayer, financial support, or on a short-term mission trip as we seek to reach out to those who see religion as a piece of their cultural identity they receive at birth.

The Wesleyan Church of Mozambique is expanding rapidly through local evangelism with the Jesus Film. As a result, numerous churches have been started without pastors. Trinity partners with Xai Xai Bible College in the training of pastors to lead these churches, and with the College on Wheels which takes pastoral training to pastors living in outlying regions.

Three Trinity Church families live in Muslim areas in which being a Christian can be dangerous. These ministry partners build relationships and live out their faith within their friendships since overt evangelism is a criminal offense. Join us in our regular support of these families by praying and giving, and by being part of a short-term team in special circumstances.

Trinity has a dynamic partnership with Destiny Rescue that includes funding rescue missions, providing Christ-centered after care to overcome the issues that made a child vulnerable to exploitation, and sending teams to work in the seven countries with DR operations.