The ministry of Jesus Christ is an outreach ministry. Each of the four Gospels ends with a commission from Christ to His church to carry the Gospel message to the ends of the earth (Matt. 28:18-20; Mark 16:15; Luke 24:46-49; John 20:21-23; and see Acts 1:8).
The links on this page will show you various ways you can minister to those outside of the church. How will you know one of these ministries is where the Holy Spirit wants to place you? You will know because it is something you will be drawn to do. Moving with the Spirit always increases your comfort level. Going in any other direction, or just staying still, always make you uncomfortable.
Each year the Emergency Aid Coalition (EAC) helps thousands of people in Houston to meet their basic needs and attain self-sufficiency. Trinity is part of that effort.
About the EAC
The Emergency Aid Coalition is designed to help those in our community meet their basic needs while promoting self-sufficiency. The EAC offers a variety of services and helps thousands of pe…Read More »
Fridays from 12 Noon - 2 PM
The Listening Post is an opportunity for people in the Midtown neighborhood to talk and be heard. Midtown's Listening post was inspired by the Listening Post that was started at Appalachian State in 2009. We need more listeners! Sign up in the box below. We are on the Holman Street sidewalk on Fridays from Noon to 2pm. Check out our updates on the min…Read More »
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Lord of the Streets
3401 Fannin @ Francis Street, Houston, TX 77004
Lord of the Streets (LOTS) is the special Mission Church of the Diocese of Texas for Houston's homeless and disadvantaged. Even as Jesus urged us to give cups of water to all who are thirsty, LOTS seeks to also provide living water for the soul. Established by Trinity C…Read More »
Join us for fun and fellowship as we serve others!
The Trinity Sandwich Makers prepare sandwiches for the needy who attend Evening Prayer at 5:30 p.m. each weekday. On average, over 1100 sandwiches are distributed each week, and the demand is rising as the cityscape changes. All sessions are come when you can...we need your help!
Currently, we have 2 active groups of Sandwich M…Read More »
Foundation Cristosal is a faith-based human rights and community development organization with Anglican roots that works to strengthen the ability of the poor to act for justice and development as equal citizens in a democratic society. Our professional team works with local leaders to achieve development goals by defending human rights and empowering Salvadorans with the skills …Read More »
The Good Times Group is one of Houston's longest continually meeting groups. It meets every weekday, Monday through Friday at 12:15 pm in the Youth Room (on the 2nd Floor above the kitchen).
Enter on the Main St. garden gates and enter double doors on the left.
Please click here to see our efforts: Immigrants_and_Refugees_Welcome