We gave Caregivers a four hour break and had a Valentine Party for the chidren. We sang songs, made Valentines, listened to bible stories, decorated cookies, played outside on a beautiful day and had pizza and snacks. We had children ages 1-15, a 24 total coiunt. it was so wonderfiul to bless these children and give mom the needed breaks. Some Moms went grocery shopping and another went home to clean without children undefoot. One little one said as she left, I'm going to miss you and gave a big hug! We thank the volunteers who made this possible!
Our Visiting Circle ministry team delivered Valentine gifts to our Vets at Barrack of Hope and Riviera Nursing Home Residents!!
We delivered Christmas luncheon and gifts to the veterans in the Barracks of Hope. They were just moving into their new building and gave us a tour. We were happy for them and that we were able to provide their first meal in their new home.
After enjoying 🎄💚🎄♥️🎄 beautiful lights of the Twilight Motel, visitors came to our 3rd Annuul Trinity’s Cookies and Cocoa Christmas Celebration.We offered crafts for the kids, photo ops, listen to our beautiful pipe organ in our decorated sanctuary and experience the true meaning of Christmas. It was true joy watching our community participate. The faces of our guests were obscured to protect their privacy. Thanks to all of the Go Serve & Go Tell Board's, and volunteers who made this sucessful!
We are so grateful! These are some of our Angel Tree wrappers! It takes a village!! This Christmas, we hosted an Angel Tree program. Our congregation "adopted" 39 children to be placed in our care. We will hand out these new gifts at the party on December 9th. Our teams will be there!! ✨ 🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎁🎁🎁🎁 Thank you, Trinity, for your generous spirit in helping these children. Volunteers, LWML ladies, and Go Serve and Go Tell Board members who made it possible.✨ 🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎁🎁🎁
Thanks to our generous congregation's donations for our Food Drive in April. We took the donations to HUM (Halifax Urban Ministries) for their distribution for families in need.
We participated in the 64th Annual Holly Hill Christmas Parade with a Live Nativity Float, two vehicles along with walkers who prior to the start, handed out info on our Advent/Christmas Service times and other event's info. With the parade participants, the reception team, and the two folks who volunteered to drive walkers back to the church, our total number of volunteers was 38! Truly our best event in recent years!! Thanks to all!!
Thank you again this year to our congregation & the community for the generous amount diapers, baby care supplies and for the donated funds to purchase additional diapers/wipes. We were able to deliver diapers and other supplies to the Pregnancy Crisis Center in Daytona and show God's love and support. Thank you to the "Go Serve" Social Ministry Board and their successful outreach to the community! God is amazing!
The "Go Tell" Evangelism members stopped by the Holly Hill Police Station and the Holly Hill Fire Department during Bike Week '23. We gave our thanks to them for all the efforts in our community. We dropped off a trays of assorted homemade cookies and granola bars and included invites to our church, with brochures and our Worship Schedule.
They greatly appreciated our efforts with smiles and reciprocating thanks.
Our LWML ladies donated 80 socks. We placed them in blessings bags along with bottles of water, hand warmers, toothbrushes, razors, ladies hygiene products, lip balm, gospel tracts & more. Items were purchase thanks to a Thrivent Grant. Thank you ladies! Well done!
The congregation was treated to a light luncheon and we had guest speaker Michelle from Christine’s Blankets tell us about the homeless needs in our area and how they distribute. The congregation was asked to bring in new or gently used gloves, hats, scarfs & jacket coats. We received a room full of donations. Thanks to our generous folks!
Donations were dropped off at
Christine’s Blankets where we were greeted with thankful hearts!!